The adult-only, clothing-optional Temptation Resort and Spa in Cancun “dares” you to be tempted and “promises” to deliver the “romantic side of temptation” in the “seductive, luxurious and delicious entertainment” one can find at the “sexy, fun, all-inclusive” vacation experience. While none of us virtue-practicing, family-defending Catholics would remotely suggest that such a dare or promise is acceptable (collective gasp!), to those unfortunate folks un-skilled in the practice of virtue and self-control, those who don’t understand why being led into temptation is dangerous, such vivid imagery is intended to make vice seem like something it isn’t – the beautiful good. Temptation is based on lies and distortion. The resort wouldn’t get as many visitors if it advertised more honestly as a place that “dares” you to be devalued and “promises” to deliver the “degrading side of temptation” in the “sinful, obscene and slovenly depravity” one can find at the “lewd, vain, self-imprisoning” vacation experience.
OK, now that’s messed up.
But why? Read the rest here.