By Michal Ortner
Mack Major, a popular Christian writer and publisher, recently released a new book on the topic of female s*xuality called “Diva, Goddess, Queen: Breaking the Power of Soul Ties, Lust and S*xual Demons.” Needless to say, some of the exerpts that he has used on his public profile have raised a lot of interest and even more questions.
For his over 90,000 followers to read, Major posted a controversial statement about the link between a female’s s*xuality and her salvation.
“Too many Christian women are losing their salvation because they masturbate… Masturbation is a direct path to Satan. There is nothing normal about it. And shame on any Christian that says so,” the Facebook post stated.
“Dildos and all of those other s*x toys have been used for thousands of years in demonic s*x rituals,” Major also commented. “It’s one of the main ways ancient pagan societies worshiped their demonic gods.”
According to the author, owning any type of s*x toy can be “an open portal between the demonic realm and your own life.” He believes that having this type of item in your home allows a constant doorway for demons to come and “access your life at will.” He says that demons will torment you, hinder you, and destroy your life and relationships.
Not only will this affect your relationships but it also leaves you vulnerable to other demons that will “attach to your life,” he wrote on his Eden Decoded website.
Major seems to focus purely on the concept of female s*xual habits and never mentions the dangers that it may pose to men.
In a more recent post, he tells women to be careful about where they seek out advice.
“Christian women need to stop taking their relationship advice from whorish pseudo-Christians and non-Christian women,” he wrote.
Dr. Laura Streicher, Northwestern University associate professor of obstetrics and gynecology, provides several reasons why masturbation for a female benefits her health and even compared it to yoga. “Anything that makes you feel more relaxed and gets you to turn off the day, whether you do yoga or get a foot massage, it’s all the same thing,” Streicher said.
Streicher also noted that there are “zero negative affacts” for the woman and that “nothing bad can happen from doing it.” Quite the opposite view of Major.
What do you think?