Preachers Who Use Strippers, Hula Girls, Topless Hunky Men, and Strip Poles During Church Services and Give Sex Diplomas to Teens – Yes, Really

Preachers Who Use Strippers, Hula Girls, Topless Hunky Men, and Strip Poles During Church Services and Give Sex Diplomas to Teens – Yes, Really

Some pastors have not ruled out using strippers in future church services (anything to lure in the un-saved to church!), while others have used hula girls and topless muscular men.

The host of the following radio show also discusses Christian television show host’s Pat Robertson’s view point that all men are horn dogs who are sex-obsessed, so you can’t blame a man for cheating on his spouse. (I wrote about Robertson on this topic (Link): here and (Link): here).

Here’s the radio show:

(Link): PERRY NOBLE HASN’T RULED OUT USING STRIPPERS IN CHURCH (also mentions Pat Robertson’s views that all men are sex obsessed, and a church that used hula girl and topless men in services)

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This next link below: the strict gender role stereotyping and the assumptions of what either gender wants is disgusting.

Not all men are into strippers, like football, and not all women are into teddy bears, hearts, rainbows, and being “touchie feelie.”

I had a male co-worker once who HATED sports (and he was HETERO, and he later got married to a woman and had a kid by her), and not only was this guy BORED with football and other sports, but he said he hated being around men who talked about sports incessantly.

Had a female co-worker who adores college football, and an Aunt who loves football.

My ex used to bring me roses and do other typical romantic stuff, and I usually didn’t care for it.

I was a tom-boy in childhood (I hated Barbie and other dolls; I preferred playing with trucks, Planet of the Apes action figures, etc.), and in adulthood, I differ from the stereotypical “girly-girl” churches expect women to be.

Churches need to stop perpetuating gender stereotypes, because people cannot be neatly categorized into little boxes. Even if 90% of all females are all “love ‘n rainbows” all the time, it makes the other ten percent feel left out and alienated in these sermons.

Also: a lot of women LIKE VIDEO GAMES, and I mean the violent ones, not “dress- a- pony.”

(Link): Maverick pastor gets crowds streaming into church after erecting a stripper pole behind pulpit

    A local pastor said he put a stripper pole on his pulpit to help preach his message.

    It may raise some eyebrows, but Pastor Mike Scruggs said he’s hoping it will save some marriages. Scruggs admits he’s anything but a traditional pulpit preacher.” We try to make it relevant, straightforward.

    We don’t sugarcoat anything,” he said. On Friday, Scruggs’ sermon series drew a packed house at the Light of Word Ministries on Colerain Avenue.” We talk about sex. We talk about drugs. We talk about faith. We talk about relationships…, things that people are dealing with on a day-to-day basis,” Scruggs said.
    The series of sermons is called the “Battle of the Sexes,” with some rather interesting visual props.” On one side, (we’ll have) what men want or desire: your stripper pole, your video games, your sports,” Scruggs said.

    “The woman’s side (is) orderly, neat. It’s all about love, candy, teddy bears, roses and being wined and dined and cherished.”

    Scruggs said his church focuses on real situations and brings godly solutions.” We push the envelope, that’s true,” he said.


(Link): Church camp’s sex diploma shocks Swedish parents

    AAP March 14, 2013

    A “SHAGGING diploma” given to youths at a Swedish Lutheran Church confirmation camp has proved too much for parents who have complained that their 14-year-olds are too young for sex.

    After attending a course entitled Love and Sexuality, the teenagers in the southeastern town of Ronneby were given a certificate stating they were “qualified for sex”.

    Vicar Mats-Ola Nylen said the course had been organised by a man purporting to come from the Swedish Association for Sexuality Education (RFSU), but the church later found out he hadn’t worked for the organisation in years. Suspicions were raised after parents complained to Nylen about the certificates, saying their teenage children weren’t ready for sex.

    They were also upset over the use of colloquial phrases like “giving someone a blow job”.

      (Link): Advice Needed: My Pastor’s Sex Talk is Too Much

        I recently read a blog entry from a user that was concerned about the teachings of her pastor and if she and her husband should leave the church. My situation is very similar…only to the nth degree. Here are a few excerpts of things my pastor has said (and continues to say) in many of his sermons…and at any given time. (Note: sexual descriptions have been toned down by editors)

        1. About a year ago, he’d been teaching a series having to do with the issue of fornication in the church (kinda of a play on the TV series, “Sex in the City”). He found it necessary to discuss many of the private, sexual matters of he and his wife, the mother and First Lady of our congregation. He said regarding his wife: “I like kissing on you” and that when he first met her, her breasts were like plums now they’re like watermelons, etc.

        2. In the middle of sermons, he felt compelled to find out who in the church was fornicating. He proceeded to ask each and every unmarried member: “Are you screwing?”

        3. Most recently on Mother’s Day 2009, after he’d lauded his wife for everything she does for him, the church and others, he then found it necessary to express how much he is in love with her, which turned into a lewd fest. These are some of the comments he related to the congregation about he and his wife:

        “I like kissing on you, touching you…”
        “I don’t sleep with shorts on…”
        “I sleep in bed with my wife every night…”

        The above is a very small portion of the kinds of things our congregation is exposed to on a regular basis. Not to mention the nausea-inducing emphasis on money and the kind of control the pastor seems to have over the entire congregation, from what married couples should or should not be doing in bed to where parents should send their children to school, etc. I can tell you that many in our congregation thinks the pastor’s vile rhetoric is funny, but there are many who do not think so and have left the church for one reason or another.

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      (Link): Pat Robertson Expects Men to Commit Sexual Sin (and it’s not the first time)