A lot of radical changes are taking place in our society, and the sexual revolution is part of it. It advocates the idea that people are completely free to act in whatever way they like, regardless of the implications this may have for others or for society at large, particularly with regards to sexuality.
From the early days of the Enlightenment through Marxist movements and up to the present day, the author examines the history of the sexual revolution and the inability of governments and even religions to preserve moral standards around sexual activity. He chronicles the consistent teaching of popes and Church councils, emphasising their emphasis on the interconnectedness of sexual morality and individuality with human nature, marriage, and the well-being of children.
Bishop Elliott recognises the necessity for sexual ethics education among Catholic parents, educators, and clergy. Similarly, college and high school students have a lot to deal with. He provides them with the clarity that comes from an in-depth knowledge of the topic and the pastoral sensitivity that comes from years of service to the Church so that they may better comprehend and affirm the teaching of the Church.