Thursday, September 11, 2014

The web of lies.

"When a well-packaged web of lies has been sold gradually to the masses over generations, the truth will seem utterly preposterous and its speaker a raving lunatic."
— Dresden James  (pseudonym for Donald James Wheal, British writer, 1931-2008)

In a followup to my last post, I saw the following statement on Facebook and felt it appropriate to share it here as well.

"Imagine your child being completely unimpressed with porn… disinterested… unaffected by its allure… is that even possible?

Yes, it is.
Bear in mind, however, that we told you MCAG is Radical and Revolutionary....

 This statement and link included this picture:
 Isn't it beautiful?

I would not mind at all if you went to that blog and read both parts 1 and 2 of this gentleman's post.  Once you have done that, come on back and read some more of mine.

Ok.  Now that you are back, doesn't that statement I opened this post with  make sense now?  (If you didn't leave to read Pastor David's blog you really should.)  His statements fit perfectly with my feelings on why I started my life of ethical naturism.  Living life as much as possible without clothing and keeping sexual moments for when me and my wife are alone and it is appropriate.  That is what true naturism is.  "Nude when practical, clothed when not."
   One of my grandkids told me the other day that a classmate of his was doing his bullying routine by telling other kids that he (my grandson) and a girl classmate were having sex.  They are 9 years old!!  For heaven's sake, they barely know what sex is.  But unfortunately, the media is doing a great job of letting them know about it.  What do you want to bet that that other boy will be one of those "Gonzo Porn" addicts by the time he is that average age of 11 years old.
  As much as I hurt for my buddy, how much more does bullying like that make a tender hearted young man feel?
  My wife and I have tried our best to raise him seeing casual nudity so that he can shrug off this attitude, but it will take more than just us.  So I have stepped out of the closet just a little, by re-sharing the Facebook post and adding the quote above.  It has my real name and all of my "Friends" will be able to see it.  I sent it by text message to both of my adult children and my wife.  I am hoping for some conversation on it, but I fear the pervasive attitude of our culture may prevent that from happening.  I may have to open the door a little more - so to speak.  Wish me luck!

  I encourage you to read more of the My Chains are Gone blog.  It makes for some very interesting reading.

  Peace and Blessings to all my readers.  May my words help in bringing an end to the Porn obsessed culture so many young boys are forced to grow up in.

Jeanluc (Dave)

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