Read the full article by Miss Lagsalot at YNOT.com

Nadia Bolz-Weber is a Lutheran pastor, author and the founder of The House for All Sinners and Saints in Denver, Colorado, where she has ministered for a decade. In her forthcoming second book, Shameless: A Sexual Reformation, she defends Christians’ right to watch porn and experience pleasure without being ashamed.

In a recent interview with Out In Jersey, Bolz-Weber said that, in her new book, “I refused to pick the low-hanging ‘Moral Outrage Fruit’ of Liberals and Conservatives about porn. Now, there are issues of justice and exploitation within the porn industry, no question, but it doesn’t mean consumption of pornography should be shamed. There is ethically sourced porn.”

Predictably, the heads of conservative Christians began exploding as soon as the interview was published. Joshua Sharp of the Baptist Standard seems flummoxed when he wrote, “I find the concept of ‘ethically sourced porn’ about as absurd as ‘ethically sourced cyanide.’ Pornography is corrosive to relationships, individual sexual health and spiritual vitality.”

Bolz-Weber’s new book will be out in January from Convergent Books. You can watch the book trailer here.

 

Miss Lagsalot is an adult industry hanger-on who’s been writing about her obsession with porn for over a decade.

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