Use common sense in reading it, like eating cereal.
Boyd Allen (no login) Posted Feb 1, 2002 9:18 PM
I haven't had a chance to go back and read it since I posted this but I find that same problem.
He tends to put everything in the "consentual" category. Except for murder and rape, and even then, he could somehow make rape consentual.
When one "consents" to have sex outside of marriage, he does have victims, such as his wife, his children, his family, his wifes family, his community.
His weaknesses keeps him from guarding his family and protecting them. While he is off playing, his family is...?
I may find nudity in my yard safe and OK, but my neighbor seems to be harmed by it. How, I don't know. Personally I don't feel that would harm anyone, but I am not going out of my way to find out. I at least have enough concern to not do this to harm. But at the same time, I feel we should all have the freedom and even right to be able to live in our own homes and yards nude, as long as we don't go into our neighbors yard without their consent. Now that is where consent is needed.
That book is a bag of mixed cereal and I wonder which part of it is good for you and the part is nothing but flavoring and sugar.