On January 22, 1973, the U.S. Supreme Court, by a 7- to-2 vote, decided that a human baby growing in its mother’s womb was no longer to be considered a living person. To use the Court’s own words (from its infamous Roe v. Wade decision), "the word ‘person,’ as used in the Fourteenth Amendment, does not include the unborn…. There has always been strong support for the view that life does not begin until live birth….” With those words, millions of unborn children were resigned to a painful death that robbed them of their future and us of their potential.
By 1965, the divorce rate had exploded—a trend that continues to this day, shaking the very foundations of society, and destroying its underpinnings—the home and family. Then, a sinister campaign to achieve "normalcy” for homosexuality was executed, in order to bully the American public into first tolerating, then accepting, and finally legalizing this perverse lifestyle. Beginning in the early 1970s, every major mental health organization in the country was marching in step with the party line. Concomitant with this progressive deterioration of sexual mores has been the pernicious encroachment of pornography.
Every one of these social factors—abortion, divorce, homosexuality, and pornography—share in common the fact that they are linked inextricably to human sexuality, and represent human desire to gratify sexual appetites without regard to a higher standard of authority. But no civilization can survive the ultimate effects of sexual anarchy—a fact this book unflinchingly explores.