It’s actually pretty pathetic. My guess is, a good psychologist woould say anyone who puts that much thought into these kinds of ideas has a mental problem. It might be institutionalized, but it’s still a mental problem.
To answer the question of what it’s like to have sex with a demon, just have sex with one of the writers of the piece. On the other hand, just try to imagine it.
Geez, even as a lifelong heterosexual, and at the height of my testosterone toxicity, the thought of having sex with Michell Bachman, or any of the Fox News “lovelies” would have done even more for my drive than an ice cold shower would do.
Coming from a religious family and having had past experiences hearing some televangelists, this statement doesn’t even phase me…they just make this stuff up as they go along and no laws of science exist to them, so there is no point to even reason. I ended up in therapy due to being influcenced as a child by such foolishness.
I think that the concept of demons arose from our concepts of “good” and “evil”. Demons are probably just a literal personification of our concept of evil. When someone or something is percieved by us as being extra-ordinarily dangerous or threatening, we tend to think of them as evil. For , instance, from my perspective, if I had no knowledge or acceptance of the sciences of human behavior, I might jump to the conclusion that someone like John Cornyn, for example, is demon possessed, because of the kinds of ideas that he consistently espouses and supports.