In the darkness he came, stalking, creeping, and almost imperceptible. The sound of his approach was nothing more than a rustle, the plan was stealthy and the goal utter destruction. He knew that he could get caught and that only added to the excitement. No one in the universe could understand this craving. Not one soul knew…
I am astonished at the volume, depth and magnitude of destructive, distracting, imagery that our young men must encounter every day. It is heart rending to imagine the way they will lead their families, treat their wives and feel about themselves. Imagine the impact those men will have on culture, commerce and communication for the next few decades.
Is there any chance our children are so over sexualized because of the “free sex” of the sixties? Kinsey? SIECUS? Hugh Hefner? Hollywood?
EXCERPT from “Victim to Victory” by J Loren Norris
In the darkness he came, stalking, creeping, and almost imperceptible. The sound of his approach was nothing more than a rustle, the plan was stealthy and the goal utter destruction. He knew that he could get caught and that only added to the excitement. Not one in the universe could understand this craving. Not one soul knew of the unbridled passions that drove his behavior. Should this one last indulgence see the fullness of its own possibilities the result could be DEATH…
It starts as a glance in the closet while dad is off to work. The books become a fascination and everyone that comes to visit has to see them. Then the books are not enough, they have a strange effect on the young body. These images create a desire for the real thing, a look, perhaps at a sibling or relative of the opposite sex in the shower or tub. If this craving cannot be met, perhaps the desire can be met with the others who are viewing and craving too. If two boys have the same craving and they can fulfill each other, why explain that craving to anyone else? Perhaps there won’t be any feelings and commitments and “relationships” to mess things up.
In the teenage years, it is always easy to find a willing and curios partner. After all, the ads on TV, the songs on the radio, the clothing ads in the junior section of the catalog all show enough to get the conversation started. Then there is the peer pressure. Isn’t everyone doing it already?
As a grown man, there are troubles in store. Suddenly, responsibility and relationships, feelings and emotions complicate what was once simple and instant gratification. Next thing you know what you crave, she won’t consent to. Do you “take it” anyway? Do you walk away dissatisfied? Do you look for someone who will do everything you crave, even if you must pay for it? Where does the cycle stop?…