‘The Bachelorette’ dramatically kicks off Christian guy for sex-before-marriage ideals, spat spills to Twitter

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During Monday night’s episode of “The Bachelorette,” the popular but sleazy reality dating show where dozens of men compete for the affection of one woman, a Christian male contestant was booted over his vow of abstinence.

While contestant Luke Parker wasn’t a virgin, he’d reportedly vowed to wait until marriage to have sex again. Worse, according to the so-called “bachelorette,” Hannah Brown, who also purports to be a Christian, was that he’d dared to ask her to also commit to the same vow.

Enraged by this request, Brown ranted at Parker about his religious views on Monday night’s episode and then booted him off the show. Shortly after the episode aired, Parker returned to the spotlight again via Instagram to tell his side of the story.



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It hurt my heart that @alabamahannah felt I was shaming her. In our conversation my heart was never to judge or condemn Hannah. I was simply making a decision for myself on what I expected in our relationship, our conversations and our beliefs led me to believe we were on the same page about sex. For me it was never about getting a rose, it was always about finding a wife who would choose me everyday just as I would choose her everyday. As for my time on the show I made mistakes and no I’m not perfect (crazy right) I didn’t totally behave as the man I want to be and I did not represent Christ the way I thought I was prepared to and that has broken me. This journey has taught me so much and for that I am grateful but the greatest gift I have received is a compassion for those who love the world and it’s ways. My desire is to put the Father first above all things and share the truth that he has given to us all. Thank you everyone for the prayers always remember speak truth and rid yourself of all hate, let compassion drive your words. Stay tuned. #faithfuloverfamous

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This in turn sparked a feud between him and Brown on Twitter, where the two began exchanging blows over the meaning and consequence of biblical sins.


Dovetailing back to the discussion Monday night on “The Bachelorette” that led to Parker’s removal and Brown’s trash-talking, here’s how it began.

“Let’s talk about sex,” Parker said. “You know sex is an incredible thing. And it’s a beautiful thing. Well, you know, only when it’s within the guidelines of marriage. This whole process, I’ve been studying Hebrews, and it talks about how marriage should be honored by everybody and how the marriage bed should be kept pure. I know you’re not a virgin. We’ve had the talk. You know I’m not. I’ve been abstaining myself from sex for, like, three and a half to four years now.”

“And I know that regardless of what I’ve done in the past, I am saving myself for marriage. And I am very confident that we’re on the same page with our morals. And I just want to hear it from your mouth. There’s a lot of people that say they believe in something but yet they live or do things completely differently.”

The episode was recorded at a location known as Fantasy Suites. Part of the “Bachelorette” franchise, it’s basically a place where the so-called “bachelorette” can take one or more of the male contestants aside in a private room — the “fantasy suite” — and have sex with them.

Parker’s concern was that Brown would use the episode to have sex with one or more of the contestants. And as a Christian — and one who cared for her — he felt compelled to politely ask her if she’d please not fall into that trap and instead choose to honor their relationship.

“Thinking about Fantasy Suites, I’ve heard people proclaim their faith but yet they’ve said things like, ‘I’m excited for Fantasy Suites. I want to explore this relationship on a sexually intimate level, and that’s what I’m looking forward to,'” he said.

“And to me, that’s like, ‘Whoa, what? Excuse me? There’s something I’m missing here.’ I don’t believe that’s something you should be doing. I just want to make sure you’re not going to be sexually intimate with the other relationships here.”

For reasons that remain unclear, this offended Brown and her far-left feminist fans. To them, the notion of someone they’re in a relationship with asking them to not share their body with the rest of the world is somehow misogynist and sexist.

And so in response to Parker’s request, Brown accused him of judging and trying to control her, lectured him about how his alleged pride is a bigger sin than her promiscuity and then bragged about how she’d already “f–ked” one of the other contestants in a windmill.

Watch the stunning discussion in full below:

Thanks to Brown’s willingness to throw a tantrum over Parker’s request and then brag on national TV about her sexual exploits, she’s become a folk hero to the feminist far-left.

Parker meanwhile has become the butt of every anti-Christian left-winger.



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