‘Another Red-Hot Sex Book for Me not to Review’ (2015)

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Don’t worry, I have no plans for writing a “Memory Lane” about Elliot Gould movies.

I think maybe this publicity firm has gone out of business. I haven’t heard from them lately.

Maybe publicizing books like this is not a good way to stay in business.

Another Red-Hot Sex Book for Me not to Review

It does seem the book was intended to teach a moral lesson only murkily understood by the ex-punk rocker.

And in those innocent days, the islands we imagined Bill Clinton going to seem almost wholesome when compared to a certain island he did go to. Jeffrey Epstein’s island. For once the nooze was worse than the porn.

5 comments on “‘Another Red-Hot Sex Book for Me not to Review’ (2015)

  1. It’s amazing, the degree to which modern culture rejects anything biblical, and then acts is if they have discovered something amazing when things don’t work out afterward. The moral laws of the Bible are a gift, which help us to have a stronger social order.

    Sadly, we live in a time when teens are enticed to sexual activity, long before they are prepared for the responsibilities which follow. Then, they grow up and, in many cases, marry. Unfortunately, some such persons find that they miss the thrill of their earlier adventures, and they agree to “open marriage”, which is essentially serial adultery. The results are not usually for the good.

    I grew up in a family where biblical morality was expected. It wasn’t easy, when I saw others in school that didn’t follow these moral restrictions, but I stayed with it. As I grew into adulthood, I would find that people that lived immoral lives, were frequently unhappy and unpleasant. In many cases, they did don’t get along well with co-workers, and had reputations for being difficult and self centered. Immorality is not a path to happiness. God knows what we need, and His laws benefit us.

    1. When I was in high school there was *some*–meaning very, very little–sex among certain students. This was looked upon as extraordinary, almost on a par with UFOs.

      When I was substitute teaching in high school in the 1990s, teen pregnancy seemed almost obligatory. I saw a girl stand up in class and announce she was pregnant, and the whole class gave her a round of applause. Someone asked who the baby-daddy was… and the girl went into deep thought. “I don’t really know,” she said, “but I got it narrowed down to just four or five guys.”

      This is progress.

    2. When I was in high school, there was a lot of people talking about it, but a well crafted study from the time said that 10% of high school students were actually sexually actively. Times have changed greatly, since then. There was a lot of empty bragging, among the young guys.

      When I hear about a high school girl getting pregnant, it saddens me. Her options are limited. There was a waitress at a local restaurant that was 16 years old, and got pregnant. She had plans for her career path and they were realistic. The only way she could do that with a child in tow would have been to get a lot of help from her parents. I have since lost track of her, but I always felt bad about this. Of course, the father of the child dropped out of the picture, when things became serious.

    3. “Someone asked who the baby-daddy was… and the girl went into deep thought. “I don’t really know,” she said, “but I got it narrowed down to just four or five guys.””

      How absolutely horrible!!

      I’ve been happy to see reports that today’s teens are actually becoming less sexually active. From the photos I see of pro-life marches, many are rejecting the culture schools seem to be trying to force onto them.

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