UNITED STATES — A high-profile Christian romance speaker and author of courtship classic I Kissed Eye Contact Goodbye is touring Adventist colleges and academies warning students about the positively devastating consequences of prolonged eye contact.
Justa Seino is crisscrossing the country striking fear into the hearts of young Adventists as she claims that “too much eye contact torpedos you down a slippery slope to pregnancy.”
The Adventist courtship expert refuses to speak to groups unless they are separated by gender with an impregnable aisle running down the middle.
Seino suggests that young Adventists restrict their romantic activities to carefully chaperoned vespers dates in which participants keep their eyes glued to the stage and don’t so much as brush elbows.
She encourages Adventists to save eye contact for marriage: “There will be plenty of time to stare at your spouse from across the bedroom on your wedding night.”
Until then, Seino invites young Adventists to stare at their feet and guard their footsteps.
At time of publication, Seino is immersed in research to discover how to meet potential life partners without looking them in the eye.