Just when I think I'm over Catholic League president William Donohue, he wins me back. Today's Donohue nugget:
"Why are so many in the entertainment industry angry with the less than one percent of priests today who have been accused of sexual molestation—almost all of whom are homosexuals, not pedophiles—when their favorite sexologist is a sado-masochistic, child-abusing homosexual? Why are the same people so enamored of a film that shows a ten-year old boy stripping naked so he can join an adult woman in a tub? The former reference is to the movie, 'Kinsey'; the latter, 'Birth.'"
Hey Bill, I'll take a crack at that one: Because the projects Cardinal Law greenlighted for John Geoghan and Paul Shanley involved actual underaged American citizens out here in "meatspace." The two movies are simulations that won't be seen by anybody who doesn't want to see them (and in both cases, even if underaged citizens want to see them, they must be accompanied by a parent or guardian). Relax, it's just a movie!
Also, pay attention to the papers for God's sake: Birth got panned by the anti-Kidmanites in the liberal media.
Why I'll always love Bill Donohue.