Institute for Marriage and Public Policy
National Organization For Marriage
Dear Mrs. Gallagher,
I've been a big fan of the Jonas Brothers since they began wearing purity rings. I must have been a hard decision--abstinence isn't the first word that comes to mind someone mentions Rock and Roll. They could have taken another path, a path into wickedness like that taken by Josie and the Pussycats and the DeFranco Family, but they chose righteousness. They kept their units in their pants and their hotel furniture in their rooms.
But, now Kevin Jonas needs to serve as a role model for marriage. His recent statement about his wedding night doesn't accomplish this. If you missed it, here's what he had to say: "After we did it, I was kind of like, that's it?"
How many of his fans will want to marry and have sex after reading something like this. They might as well stay single and continue engaging in fun, non-sexual acts like floating, gobbler gobbling, and spelunking in the cave of shame. Why go to all the trouble of getting married, if, in the end, it's like waiting in line three hours for a Big Mac.
I suspect his problem is ignorance. We don't teach kids the mechanics because it only encourages them to have sex. I bet no one sat him down and told him he needs to put his little unit into her woo woo hole. Without that knowledge, sex is just the weeping and vomiting--who enjoys that?
Someone needs to teach Kevin what to do. We can't wait for him to figure it out on his own; it took me 7 years. We need to fix this now. You're in charge of defending marriage; it's up to you set him straight.
Gen. JC Christian, patriot
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