Sexual Skeletons by Zoë Dee
What happens when you have a sexual urge that seems too dark to seek help on? It's not that you "want" it per se, but there seems to be an unquenchable thirst until you have it. How do you seek help? How do you even discuss something so defiling? Most importantly, why do you have it? Let's go deeper - why do we have a tendency to fall into the same patterns of our forefathers sexually? Why does it seem that no matter what we do, some how we repeat and walk the same pathways. Do we understand that the "sexual freedom" that we enjoy today could be the same "sexual bondage" that our great-grandchildren will endure? That is the sole purpose of this book - to explore the consequences of sexual sin as it pertains to this generation, the generation before us, and the generation coming after us. We need to have real discussions today to identify the root of our sexual behaviors; not only that, to try to save our next generation from falling into even deeper, self destructing, perverting lifestyles.