Jeepers I love Marc Barnes!

Jeepers I love Marc Barnes! June 29, 2012

He writes:

Introducing to you wonderful people, a grassroots movement in opposition to the use of artificial contraception, dedicated to bringing great sex to the entire universe. This website is the secular answer to artificial contraception, and contains tons of arguments from the fields of medicine, sociology and philosophy.

Check out:

Why the health benefits of the Pill aren’t health benefits at all, darnit.

How Condoms Ruin Sex

The Pill and Female Sex Drive

and all of our arguments located right here. (more coming, of course).

We’ve got videos, we’ve got graphics, we’ve got t-shirts on their way. We’ve got bloggers, twitter, tumblr, and of course our balling facebook group “Bring Sexy Back“.

I truly believe this website will help to create a popular shift in opinion in regards to the use of artificial contraception.

The dude rocks the house.  Love the guy!

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  • Clare Krishan

    Looks like their internet provider has some issues – as I write none of the links are working ?

  • Beccolina

    The information links worked for me, but the links to “gear” didn’t.

  • Jill

    “the secular answer to artificial contraception”

    Hm, neat idea, but the name “1flesh” has such a biblical ring to it, I question whether “secular” people stumbling upon the site will notice the title and see the site as anything more than a slickly-designed Christian website (…which would be fine on its own, but not something I would classify as “the secular answer”).

    • enness

      That assumes they recognize the passage. I’m not saying we’re stupid or anything, but I’d bet my britches a lot of people don’t…and those who do might still be receptive. A Protestant friend of mine has started questioning the pill too.

      • Ted Seeber

        That passage has been repeated in every marriage ceremony I’ve ever heard- and if there’s two things that will get an atheist to church, it’s a wedding or a funeral.