Writing for God, Fighting Human Trafficking

Linda Rodante

Unrestrained Sexuality leads to Human Trafficking and Sexual Abuse

The Penn State saga highlights how unrestrained sexuality can lead to  sexual abuse. Unrestrained sexuality also creates a demand for human trafficking. Where does the desire come from in the first place?

Sexuality and desire are natural and normal, but when uncontrolled or stimulated repeatedly it, like many other things, can cross the line from good to bad.  Anyone who thinks pornography is harmless needs to take a look at statistics on how many sexual abusers and pedophiles start with pornography (And continue with it, by the way.  Look what is found on their computers!)

Why has the demand for women and children (boys and girls) as sexual slaves grown in such ever increasing proportions? God is very clear. It comes from our own lusts.

We all have desires within us that need to be controlled, but in America we have come to believe that sex isn’t one of them. In fact, many groups try to tell our children that they will not be able to stop themselves from having sex, so at least have safe sex. How ludicrous. Of course, we can control ourselves.

Children (much less adults) do it every day when they control their bodily functions until they get to a bathroom, or control themselves when they don’t swipe that chocolate chip cookie from their friends lunchbox,  or don’t hit their big sisters when she pulls their hair. We can all control ourselves. The question is–do we want too?

Human trafficking has caused many people to wake up and take notice of the horror that is perpetuated on others in the name of “having my sex anyway I want it, any time I want it.”

We need to ask ourselves is how much longer will we agree with those that don’t want to tell themselves or anyone else no?  No, you can’t do this or can’t have this because it is wrong.  Yeah, I said that.  It is okay to tell ourselves and tell our kids that something is wrong, and we don’t do it!  That is okay to say.

By the way, human trafficking and sexual abuse is wrong.  Don’t do it!

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This entry was posted on November 16, 2011 by in Human Trafficking and tagged , , , .
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