Kevin McCollough’s piece "Why Liberals Lie About Sex" is only news in that we’re still wondering why they lie about it.
As a rule, liberals operate under the assumption that a fulfilled life is a sexually active life, be they married or (for many the preferred state) not. It’s been that way as long as I can remember. It was certainly that way growing up with them and under their tutelage, which prompted much of The Ten Weeks. It’s been a leitmotif of Western liberalism and radicalism for a long time, although it’s interesting that, when real radicals like Marxists-Leninists got around to taking over societies, they imposed some very bourgeois morality. That notwithstanding, why they still feel enough shame to try to hide their idea simply buffaloes me. Perhaps it is the fact that, when liberalism is explained openly, it becomes unpopular very quickly, which is one reason why liberal talk radio is a general bust.
But there’s one more thing: if a person has enough willpower (either internally or with help from on high) to discipline themselves sexually, they can repeat the feat in other areas, such as financially and politically. Then they will not be so easily led by elites or become debt slaves, which in turn makes them led by elites (who usually hold the note.) That dilutes the potential for control, and, with liberals, control is as much the name of the game as sex. If you can break a society’s discipline sexually, the rest will more easily fall into place.
There is method to their madness…