Skip to comments.Huffington Post Recommends People Lose Virginity Under San Francisco's Christian Cross Landmark
Posted on 03/26/2013 2:30:42 PM PDT by Kaslin
The debauchery at the Huffington Post knows no bounds.
On Monday, the website actually offered readers a slideshow of the best places to lose one's virginity in San Francisco, and coming in seventh was under the Mount Davidson Cross, one of the city's most beloved religious landmarks:
To the right of this slide was the following:
For those unfamiliar, here's how this landmark is described at MountDavidsonCross.org:
Set atop the highest geographical point in San Francisco, the Mt. Davidson Cross is one of the world’s tallest crosses and among the city’s most cherished landmarks.
Today, the Council of Armenian-American Organizations of Northern California owns and maintains the cross as a memorial to the 1.5 million Armenian victims of the Armenian Genocide perpetrated by Ottoman Turkey between 1915 and 1923.
The cross honors not only those who perished in the Armenian Genocide, but all victims of injustice, cruelty, and genocide. It also serves as a reminder to remain vigilant against future atrocities.
Sound like a fitting place to lose one's virginity?
Yet this wasn't the only public place the Post advocated for such an event.
Coming in first was Baker Beach - yes, a public beach! - followed by doing it during the city's famed race the Bay to Breakers - "Bonus points if you're on a moving float."
In third was the bathroom at the restaurant Gitane followed by the sex club The Power Exchange and the mayor's office in City Hall.
It really is a grave new world!
WTF is wrong with people? I can understand someone being agnostic or an atheist, but why the pure hatred, mockery, and blasphemy?
Keeping it classy...
The huff post has descended to the level of the lowest of the left.
There are virgins in SF?
I have been listening to a series of lectures by D.A. Carson on the book of Revelation. His contention is that references to “the beast” is not just a specific personage, but also a series of movements and personages throughout history culminating in the final “beast” at the end of time.
Thus, a suggestion to defile the Cross of Christ is just another sign of the “beast” peering out. How fitting that it should speak from the Huffington Post!
I urge sexual exhibitionists, especially the homosexual kind so beloved in San Fransicko, to bare it all and “do it” in front of the San Francisco Muslim Community Center at 4760 Mission Street, San Francisco, CA 94112.
They are confident that the culture war is over and they have won. They can now drop all pretense of tolerance and mock us to their heart’s content.
On second thought, their hearts are never content, which is part their problem.
Sounds about right to me. It seems like everything is going to pot at a fast pace.
.....so I've heard.
The normal rules of civility do not apply in this City. This is the city where you can take your naked slave in chains into certain restaurants and order a water bowl placed on the floor for them to drink out of while you have your meal. This is the place that just recently required towels to be placed under nake bottoms of patrons dinning in restaurants. This is the City while celebrates public depravity several times a year.
Almost any place would be better than that, but that was good.
"I don't remember the girl or the place, but the wine, it was a Chambertin."
which is why....I NEVER plan to go to San Francisco again...ever.
Liberals are loathsome!
are we talking hetero virginity or homo virginity?
Well, if you can use it for a set in “Dirty Harry,” then I guess it must be okay for other...er...activities.
Nope, the 2-door rear-engine coupe built by Chevrolet and Ralph Nader's claim to fame.
If it’s San Francisco, then I would guess home virginity
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