The Original #MeToo Moment: Prof Says God Didn’t Ask Mary for Consent

An Associate Professor at Minnesota State University, Mankato took the #MeToo movement to a whole new level, Tweeting last week that God did not obtain consent to impregnate Mary.

“The virgin birth story is about an all-knowing, all powerful deity impregnating a human teen. There is no definition of consent that would include the scenario. Happy Holidays,” said Eric Sprankle.

I’m going to bite and play Sprankle’s little game, though it is lewd and blasphemous: The virgin birth story is about just that – a virgin birth. There was never a sexual encounter. How is it that God would need consent if he never had a sexual encounter with Mary?

“Dr. Eric Sprankle is an Associate Professor at Minnesota State University, Mankato where he serves on the faculty of the clinical psychology graduate program and the sexuality studies undergraduate program,” says the professor’s website.

In other words, he’s an over-educated, middle-aged academic creeper who is obsessed with sex. No surprise that such horrid analysis of the virgin birth would come from such an unsavory character.

“He currently leads the Sexual Health Research Team at MSU examining sex work stigma, the effects of sexually explicit material, older adult sexuality, and the intersections of sexual health and genital piercings,” his biography says.

Send your children to college and they, too, can be saddled with extraordinary debt after spending hundreds of thousands of dollars to learn about the intersection of sexual health and genital piercings. What a deal!

Sprankle’s Twitter timeline is filled with disgusting postmodern nonsense.

“If you think porn teaches us unhealthy and inequitable gender roles and sexual behavior, have you ever thought maybe it’s actually our sex negativity and ignorance that are teaching porn?” he said in one Tweet.

Oh yeah, and Sprankle is also a Satanist.

“Satanic holiday decor shopping on Etsy is the reason for the season,” he said.

Nothing further.