Liberal desensitizing is a tactic used by liberals to coerce acceptance of their policies from the general public. By repeated exposure, the public eventually becomes desensitized to their natural opposition and begin seeing a fringe idea as "normal" or "conventional".
- Sex in the media. The amount of sexual content on television and in the movies has increased significantly in past decades.
- Premarital sex. Teens having sex before marriage was rarely seen in movies or discussed in public, yet now liberals throw around high percentages for the number of teens that have sex before marriage--numbers that are contradicted by unbiased studies.
- Pornography. Not only increased exposure to pornography through the internet, but also the idea that viewing pornography is harmless and commonplace (this is depicted in films and television).
- Homosexuality. Part of the homosexual agenda is to create a homosexual obsession, making homosexuality appear to be a regular variation in human sexuality, rather than an abnormality. Desensitization has been a self-admitted tactic by the directors of the movements (see Strategy behind the obsession).