How much more can we possibly be oversexed as a society? Recently Jack in the Box did a commercial with about a billion sexual references and risqué themes. Paris Hilton did a tantalizing commercial a couple years back, geez even Buick threw in the “when you turn your car on, does it do the same for you?” lines in their product.
Seriously? Is it me, or does anyone not realize it’s food? Food was meant to be consumed, not sexy. I don’t need sexy food, I need food that tastes good, and doesn’t make me fat. How often do you look at your friends and go “I’m just in the mood for some really sexy food”? Something that really turns me on when I eat it? I need a car that starts, runs and get’s me to where I need to be. I don’t need a sexy car! I don’t need that “sexual feeling” going 75 on the interstate. I need to not have to take it to a mechanic. Avoiding a mechanic? Now that’s sexy. Maybe the car companies should do a commercial like that?

Enough rambling. Fact is companies continually make a pledge to over sex their product. Sex sells right? Maybe. But even more lust sells, imagination sells, and daydreaming sells. This is why it’s so important to remain sexually pure we have to rest on the proverb that says “the preparation of the heart belongs to man”.
To not allow ourselves to be over sexed we first have to take ownership of our minds, our hearts and sometimes more importantly our eyes. If the eyes are the gateway to the soul, why do we allow them to go to and fro? We have to be pro-active to keep purity a priority. I encourage you to keep the remote in your hands at all times. Change the channel. Research your movies, and monitor your music.

To be sexually pure is work, and it should be. It’s something that beautiful that is absolutely worth defending. Don’t allow society, products, or entertainment to be in control. Look, not so sexy food tastes good too!

Love to all