Better Late Than Never Liam



Liam Neeson has made an admission to the Catholic Herald which is rare for an A (A-) List actor - all of this sexual content in entertainment and in culture has drained the act itself less special, less meaningful.

Speaking to the Catholic Herald, Neeson, who has two teenage sons, Micheal, 17, and Daniel, 16, explained: "I'd hate to be a kid now, because we're all inundated with so much information about sexuality, coming at us from everywhere – the media, the advertising billboards, just everywhere – and it must be so confusing for them." 
 "There's a problem that, if you become over-familiar with something, it moves from the sacred to almost the profane," he said.  
"The act is very, very special. It's full of mystery and wonder, and I'd hate us all to get to the stage where we just treat it lightly, because it deserves more than that."
Last year he thoughtfully pondered to the UK Press Association "It’s a really interesting part and I get to go to bed with Olivia Wilde!" when explaining the intricacies of his new role in The Third Person.

Forgiving that unfortunate statement, I would think the Catholic Herald journalist followed up by asking if Neeson would suggest people ignore his film Kinsey or other moments in his career.

 "There's a problem that, if you become over-familiar with something, it moves from the sacred to almost the profane," he said.
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