Christian Radio Goes Porn

Listeners to Kingsburg, California based radio station KFYE were shocked a week ago when their favorite Christian radio station effortlessly switched between playing Carmen’s seminal Christian rap hit ‘Who’s In Da House? (Jay Cee!)’ to muculousy shlorking and the synchronized moans of vaginal pumping after the midnight changeover. KFYE FM 106.3 had just gone porn radio.

The new format was promoted as “all sex radio, all the time.” Songs in last week’s playlist have included “Why Don’t We Do It In The Road”, “Sexual Healing”, “Strokin'”, “I’m Too Sexy” and “Nasty”. If songs aren’t overtly pornographic, the sounds of intercourse are overlaid on the track.

Sounds like great radio. The newly pornographic KYFE advertise themselves as “the only radio station with a stripper pole as a broadcast antenna.” If only they could get a gigantic, fifty-foot woman to dance on the roof and gyrate her pudenda against it, the image would be complete.

Naturally, local Christians are none too happy. Might I suggest placating them with some Christian themed pornography rock? For example, “Christian Woman” by Type O Negative, in which a woman masturbates with a crucifix. You’re hitting all the right buttons with that one.

Religious radio is reborn… as ‘porn’ [Fresno Bee]