Then I realized,
"Holy shit, there's like millions of naive, young, Christian, but hornier-than-hell,dudes out there who are constantly compared to this perception of Christ by the "only" women they're allowed to sleep with - Christian women."
So as a gesture of goodwill and faith between us secularists and our religious brothers, I thought I'd provide my two cents about this to perhaps maybe advance their cause to
Boys, this is the key problem you face with modern day "Christian" women - the pornification of Jesus.
Look, you're already a nobody compared to Jesus. I got it beat into my head I was not Jesus. You got it beat into your head you were not Jesus. We all got it beaten into our heads we were not "perfect in the eyes of God." However, while this should not have an effect on your romantic relations, there's a disturbing trend amongst young Christian girls where Jesus is not just their spiritual "savior," but their:
and, crass as this may be, masturbatory material (any takers that this is not the case sometimes?)
So how precisely do you compete against that?
The answer is - you don't.
You cannot compete against perfection.
And it is here that I humbly request that you consider a humble secularist's opinion. Primarily that:
1. These self-proclaimed "Christian girls" really aren't Christian and instead use the religion as a tool to leverage power over you
2. If you choose to be ignorant of their un-Christian intentions you will be taken advantage of by fraudulent, faux, fake Christians
The truth is that most 20 something girls (and boys) are not capable of the mature, adult, indepdent thinking that is required to fully vette and think through something as soulful and important as religion. Ergo, nearly 100% of the self-proclaimed "Christian" women you're trying to date really do not deep down inside believe what their parents have shoved down their throats the past 20 years. Ergo, my humble, evil, heathen, secularist opinion is, that any women, especially under 30, who adamantly proclaims to be a Christian does not do so out of geniune deep and ponderous thought, but rather manipulation and self-advancement. Perhaps not consciously, but it IS DEFINITELY not for Christ. The social benefits that come from joining a religion, the mental calm not having to ponder a godless universe, and the mental stability in having an always loving, always forgiving father/husband figure around.
While these things ancillary benefits to religion can be considered "good" things, the problem is there's a dark side to believing in a religion for ulterior purposes. Namely to view/abuse Jesus/Christianity as an excuse, a perpetual forgiviness, but worst (and most tempting of all) a tool by which to abuse, extract resources from, lord over, and control naive people who actually believe their claims of faith.
No doubt many of you young Christian men have ran into arguments where your logical and well-reasoned points were mooted, if not, completely dismissed with a mis-interpreted quote from the bible. No doubt many of you have been told "they just don't see Christ in your heart." No doubt you've been compared to Super-Alpha Jesus. And, like everybody out there who's dating a Christian girl, you no doubt have a story where she "just couldn't date you" citing religious reasons, but then went out with some guy who violated thrice the rules she had placed on you (mine is one who got drunk, made out with an illegal alien, then complained to me he was calling her. But we couldn't kiss after a second date because we weren't engaged).
The larger point is that I simply request you stop, take off the Christian goggles for a second, step back and look at what is happening empirically.
Are the majority of Christian girls you date using religion and Christ as a means to enhance your relationship? To be a better person? To make your time together more enjoyable?
Are they using it as a tool, if not a weapon, to constantly keep you on edge, criticize you against Christ, lecture you, berate you, and ultimately control you making the relationship painful and like pulling teeth?
Perhaps you can see it from this here secularist's viewpoint.