Writing for God, Fighting Human Trafficking

Linda Rodante

Where are the Godly men, the moral men?

When you talk of human trafficking, of girls 14 years of age and older (and younger) being forced into a life of prostitution where they are compelled to have sex with up to 30 men a night, at some point you’ve got to stop and say, where is the demand for all this sex coming from?  Where are the Godly men who will stand up and say this is wrong? I have met a few–a few good men; but by-and-large, I’ve run into a lot of men who want to brush this under the rug or just don’t want to talk about it. Not talk about it??? Who are you kidding? If you’re not against this, if you’re not standing up and saying something about it, you are either doing it or condoning it!

Young girls beaten, raped, drugged, and threatened all so they can “service” some man’s lust. And then he pays the pimps that are keeping them in this life style. You really think the girls are getting rich here? You could be plain naive or perhaps you just don’t want to think it through.  It’s a $32 Billion a year industry; and, believe me, the girls do not see the money!!! And you guys that are not involved in this ( fathers and brothers and husbands) have nothing to say about it?? Like this is just some high school hi-jinks?!

Come on!  Where are the Godly men, the moral men? I know you’re out there. Do something! Say something! Please!


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2 comments on “Where are the Godly men, the moral men?

  1. Pastor Steve
    September 12, 2011

    Great Post, Linda. There indeed is a great hole in the area of biblical manhood. I look forward to working more with you in your endeavors.

    • Linda Rodante
      September 12, 2011

      And I with you, Stephen. Thank you for being one of the Godly men.

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