gallery Christian Writer Says Women Who Masturbate Will Be Sodomized in Hell

o-faceBy Jamal Whiteman

A Christian writer has offered a dire warning to women who masturbate.

“God came to me and told me to say that Christian women who touch themselves in a sexually suggestive manner will be sodomized by Satan in hell,” said Mack Major, author of “Eden Decoded.” “That doesn’t sound like a pleasant thing and should be enough to stop women touching themselves.”

In a Facebook post, Major also warned against sex toys, such as dildos, saying they could invite “sex demons.”

“Many of you who are reading this have sex toys in your possession right now. And whether you want to accept it as fact or not: those sex toys are an open portal between the demonic realm and your own life,” he wrote. “As long as you have those sex toys in your home, you have a doorway that can allow demons to not only access your life at will, but also to torment you, hinder and destroy certain parts of your life as it relates to sex and your relationships.”

Major’s views are reflective of conservative Christian denominations’ attitudes towards masturbation and sex. The Mormon church has recently launched a war against masturbation.

A Brigham Young University PSA actually compares the war against masturbation to a literal battlefield. The video says Mormons need to watch out for their friends getting seduced by pronography and masturbation.

“In our modern society, the enemy has spread fear of getting involved when someone’s in trouble and has fostered a social stigma against people who speak up in the face of evil. Don’t be silent. Don’t leave the wounded on the battlefield,” said university President Kim B. Clark.

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  • STurner

    So did he tell her men who handle themselves will be punished as well. I have worked in the medical field and heard doctors tell women to do it to keep from getting painful atrophy.

  • Jenn

    Fuck this asshole right in the he-pussy.

  • McKinzie

    Sounds like this Mack author has inferiority and “little man” issues