Most parents worry about the differences between Rated PG and PG-13 movies.
But the Stephanopoulos family apparently ignores ratings altogether.
And what George Stephanopoulos’ wife admitted to watching with her daughters will leave your jaw on the ground.
George Stephanopoulos is a well-known chief news anchor and political correspondent on ABC News, a co-host along with Robin Roberts and Michael Strahan on Good Morning America, and host of This Week, ABC’s Sunday morning current events and news program.
He is, by all accounts very well-known, and very liberal.
But most people don’t realize that Stephanopoulos’s wife is somewhat famous in her own rights.
Alexandra Wentworth, known as Ali, has been married to George Stephanopoulos since 2001. She is an American actress, comedian, author, and producer. She has even been in a few shows here and there and has a small following of fans.
But she is about to be a lot more famous, and not for good reasons.
Because it turns out Mrs. Stephanopoulos has a porn problem . . .
A problem that involves her teenage daughters!
And her latest admission has most Americans wondering whether the Stephanopoulos family knows what’s in your kids’ best interests.
Or even their own.
In a recent interview with Will & Grace’s radical leftist actress Debra Messing, Ali Wentworth opened up about some of her insane parenting methods, including some truly bizarre methods of teaching her kids about pornography.
Most parents of course use the correct strategy of staying vigilant as parents and educating their children about the dangers of pornography.
Namely that it is a disgusting, corruptive, and addictive medium, which profits off violent exploitation of women and has been linked to both drug and sex trafficking.
Not to mention it is a completely unrealistic view of sex and leads to more dysfunction and intimacy issues than almost any other thing.
But then you have what Wentworth told Messing – that her answer is to watch porn with her underage children!
Wentworth, who has two daughters with Stephanopoulos, incorrectly claimed, “You can’t stop them, so I would watch it with them. I would look at the porn with them that one time, like, ‘They’re performing.’”
That’s truly bizarre, and disgusting.
Wentworth, apparently a sometime comedian, explained that this was a way in which she could “provide context about the practice” to her minor children.
She added, “In porn, women have been conditioned to look and act a certain way . . . They are performing and it’s dangerous to have boys see this as something women want.”
Instead of watching porn with her underage children, maybe Ali should instead tell her daughters to turn it off if it’s dangerous.
Her excuse that the kids are going to do it anyway is truly one of the lamest excuses any parent can use and is usually only used by parents who have no interest in, well, being parents.
Her excuses are simply her way of surrendering her children to the world’s corruptive influences.
The simple truth is, porn is bad for both men and women. Though most focus on porn’s destructive effects on males, anti-porn research group Fight The New Drug notes that “women can be just as at risk of becoming dependent upon pornography as men.”
In fact, a German sex study published in The Telegraph claimed, “at least 17% of women consider themselves addicted to porn, and half of the women surveyed were internet porn consumers.”
So, Ali Wentworth, go ahead and expose your daughters to a potential porn addiction, as long as you talk to them about their “feelings” afterward.
Go ahead and contribute to an industry that utterly destroys the dignity of the performers, turning them into nothing more than a sexual commodity.
Expose them to human trafficking, drug use, rape, incest, and all the other things peddled by the porn industry.
As long as George and Ali provide “context” it’s probably fine . . .
Culture Watch News will keep you up-to-date on any developments to this ongoing story.