The scourge of moral relativism (the attitude that people are their own gods, makers of their own reality and morality) is that someone gets hurt.
It's not an alternative world view so much as a pathology.
The absolute standard of the Ten Commandments and other moral codes is meant not so much as a curb on our freedom and fun as a protection for ourselves and others from license and abuse.
The Times has the power to propagate truth; truth about pornography, art and many other subjects.
Please use such power wisely. You are accountable to the society and to God.
LISA WILLIAMS, Orange