Sex Addiction Doesn’t Give you Permission to be Predatory

Is this obvious? Does attraction somehow automatically provide you permission to be a stain of society? Apparently so. Or at least according to Hollywood it does. Time and time again we see “sex addiction” as the cause for horrendous behavior. In the most latest sex crave as the answer to one’s misdoings, we see James Franco, a beloved comedian of the 2000s scale back on his behavior as a…

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Writer, artist, book lover. Shakespeare said “look like the innocent flower but be the serpent under it.” Someone help me be the flower.

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Writer, artist, book lover. Shakespeare said “look like the innocent flower but be the serpent under it.” Someone help me be the flower.

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