Here are a few excerpts from a flat-out brilliant article by Fay Voshell at AmericanThinker.com:
[I]ncest is now being viewed approvingly by some in Hollywood. Director Nick Cassavetes is producing the film Yellow, the plot line of which depicts a brother and sister falling in love with one another…
Cassavetes’ film will be hailed as “groundbreaking.” It will be followed up by another film featuring the tragic circumstances of two people who didn’t know they were brother and sister, similar to the situation Oedipus Rex faced when he unknowingly married his mother and had children by her.
Television producers dedicated to multiculturalism will feature another rash of documentaries about incest, polyandry, and polygamy, indicating that there is no absolute standard regarding sexual morality, and therefore everything is permissible.
A TV comedy about the hilarious misadventures accompanying the lives of a brother/sister couple will hit the airwaves. There will be the usual minor role of a fundamentalist Christian woman who is the acme of hypocritical judgment.
In the meantime, liberal theologians and pastors will hold up the Bible story of Lot and his daughters as an example of incest that didn’t turn out too badly. They will talk about Christian love and acceptance of differences.