What Lisa Dierbeck has written here is both priceless and ominous.
Amazing how, even from a secular perspective that is removed from Biblical mores regarding sexual ethics, she’s found herself not far from the truth.
Keep moving rightward, Lisa. You’re almost there.
This should also serve as a warning to college-aged women who are getting pressured from all sides to jump on that carousel. You want to know where that leads? Read Dierbeck.
Lisa, sadly, is now 40.
If she aspires to marriage, her baggage puts her behind the 8-ball.
If she aspires to motherhood, her most fertile years are behind her.
Like Kate Bolick, even if she takes great care of herself, her peak days of attractiveness are also now behind her.
This is the price of parental amorality.
Contrast that with those married, conservative Protestant women, who enjoy sex more than any other demographic group.