Aimee and Tim Agree
Both have read and disdained Ben
Domenech's Federalist piece, Hugh Hefner's Legacy Is About More Than Sex, which defends Hefner as at least celebrating the differences between the sexes that draws man and woman to one another (or, to use the pure and Biblical phraseology, "the way of a man with a maid (Proverbs 30:19). In addition Aimee has read and commends (and it's commendable) Ashleen Menchaca-Bagnulo's The Playboy and the Death of Sexual Complementarity published by the Witherspoon Institute.
Tim is his "I told you so" self with his objection that The Federalist has reduced complemtarianism to the matching of body parts:
But for Tim it is more than the reductionist complementarianism of The Federalist piece. The problem is with complementarianism itself, the compromising complementarianism of the Biblical Council on Manhood and Womanhood, which must inevitably lead to Domenesch's celebration of Hefner's complementarity of bodies and worse: