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January 4, 2007

chastity and premarital blogging

Last night, I attended the Athenaeum Society's debate on the topic "Is Chastity a Good Idea for Singles?" with born-again Catholic Dawn Eden arguing yes, and sexy-sexytime-writer Virginia Vitzthum arguing no.

Obviously, the audience was largely on the pro-sex side, and Dawn's bravery in even showing up to debate in a basement jam-packed with opponents should be lauded. (No, really, a jam-packed basement; I don't think one could design a more intimidating space unless there were bleachers, Centurions, and lions).

The point I really want to make, though, is that it's 9am the morning after, and the Dawn has updated her blog post-debate, and Virginia hasn't -- any surprise that the chaste debater went home and started blogging at 2:18am? On the other hand, publicly debating in favor of premarital sex is probably good for one's social life.

2 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Dawn Eden's video certainly looks like someone is riding the Bitter Bus that's making express stops in Lonelyville, huh?

12:09 PM  
Anonymous virginia said...

Hi famous Jen. I saw you across the room and waved, not sure if you saw; I recognized you from your blog pix.

I'd love to say I haven't posted yet because I just arose from a night of shagging a hot heathen, but alas, here I am online in my chaste bathrobe. (The people I should really represent in a debate are the Very Lazy.) I'm not sure what to post about the debate, beyond I agree it was brave of Dawn. And not as scary as I expected it to be. And pretty absurd, but in a fun way.

Thanks for coming.

3:39 PM  

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