Just like following Paul’s sexual ethic to the Corinthian church would make the Christians unpopular in Corinth, so too does a biblical sexual ethic make American churches unpopular in the ever-shifting tides of American culture.
I’m sorry to be the one to have to tell you about all of this, but this is the world our children are growing up in and it's the one we currently live in. And if we can’t talk about any of it in the church, then others will. And the consequences of our silence won't be pretty.
There are (quite a few) Christians who seem to be very unhappy, angry, and bitter. How can a people who are supposed to be all about the gospel—supposedly "good news"—be such a miserable group of people to be around? Does God want people to be unhappy? Are Christians commissioned to act like jerks?