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Lesson 7

The Effects of the Sexual Revolution on Our Culture

The Sexual Revolution refers to a period of time in the late 1960s and early 1970s during which the moral restraints on sexuality were dramatically loosened in the so-called pursuit of freedom. The advent of the birth control pill and more widely accessible forms of contraception and abortion falsely promised women liberation from the natural consequences of sex. The results, however, have been devastating for women, families, and our culture.

Lesson Vocabulary

  • Revolution
    :
    A complete and radical change in an established order.
  • Sexual Revolution
    :
    The period beginning in the 1960s during which moral restraints on sexuality were rejected or dramatically loosened in the name of so-called liberation.
  • Narcissism
    :
    An extreme self-centeredness that includes a sense of entitlement and a lack of empathy.
  • Social Norming
    :
    The effort to situate oneself in the culture鈥檚 ethical mainstream that results in a downward spiral of lowered moral standards.
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