Is it not a rather good thing that the Catechism of the Catholic Church, all the popes, all the encyclicals, all the saints, the Gospel, and all the Wednesday talks of Pope John Paul II do not teach that a man needs to be able to look at a Catholic apologist's naked wife without having an erection in order to be declared officially free from the dominion of concupiscence and to be virtuous in mature purity?
It's sad that Christopher West lays this burden on the shoulders of today's Catholic youth.
Sorry, that's not entirely accurate. According to the Westian ethos, it's probable that you could have an erection while looking at the Catholic apologist's naked wife; the key is that you don't lust. That's the key. Otherwise you are not being virtuous. If you turn your eyes away, it means you are, by the measure of that action, that much further away from the ethos of redemption, you uncharismatic unbelieving sod.
It's a good thing that all the saints, the encyclicals, the Catechism of the Catholic Church, the popes, the Wednesday talks of Pope John Paul II and the Gospels free one from such dualist burdens as that laid upon the shoulders of today's youth by Christopher West.