By Tom Quiner
It was consensual, at first.
Then the man, Mohammad Hossain, hit his bound lover hard with his belt, enacting a scene from “50 Shades of Grey.”
The woman cried and pled for him to stop. She later testified:
“He said, ‘I want to see how much you can take.’ He said, ‘I want to see you cry.’ “
Mr. Hossain claims they were role-playing the movie. The woman said, “I didn’t see it that way.”
However, the judge didn’t see it the way the woman did, and dropped all charges against Mr. Hossain who plans on becoming a pediatrician.
Welcome to our culture.
I like what Dr. Miriam Grossman had to say on her Facebook page this morning:
“Girls, if you think “Fifty Shades of Grey” was cool, look at what happened to this real life Anastasia. She was beaten and raped, but all charges against the guy have been dropped.
He’s free to return to school, and become….a pediatrician.
God help us!”
Yes, God help us.
Millions of people have now seen this movie, which ironically beat “The Passion of the Christ’s” box office record for an opening weekend for an R-rated film.
In case you’re missing the big picture, we’re in the midst of spiritual warfare.
Just as Mel Gibson’s film, “The Passion of the Christ,” drew people toward Christ, “50 Shades” is drawing people toward Satan.
Choose your entertainment wisely.