KINKY SEX WON'T KEEP A MAN
By Synthia Esther
June 10, 2015 -
News Sources: Wikipedia, New York Times, Youtube documentary "Tabloid" movie clip, retrieved 6/8/2015.
Joyce McKinney, was an attractive, 36-24-38, American blond (former 1973 Miss Wyoming), who practiced S&M for extra income providing "Your Fantasy Is My Specialty" sex for clients. She met and clicked with a young man named Kirk Anderson, and felt their "chemistry" attraction was a force to be reckoned with. All of a sudden her love interest vanished. Yet her dreamy obsession with Kirk Anderson, who was a Mormon missionary, did not subside. She found out he was in England, and went to find her man. There Anderson was, on the steps of a Mormon Church, when she kidnapped and took him hostage for three days at a cottage where it is said she blind folded, tied, and then shackled him to a bed, and raped him.
A legal rape case ensued, which is often referred to in various media as the, "Sex in Chains Case". Tabloid news worthy spew made national headlines, and Errol Morris even made a documentary he titled "Tabloid" about the whole affair (youtube shows a clip). McKinney claims Anderson left with her on his own accord. Therefore citing mutual consent. One might logically conclude, if Anderson was in such rape duress how could he have had sex with McKinney? However, the real question to this rather strange S&M, Dominatrix, Master and slave, case has more to do with McKinney's flawed mental and psychological constructs.
McKinney thought great kinky sex would convert, and/or convince, a very religious man, to leave the faith and fall in love with her. Often working in the sex industry, you develop what the Bible calls, "a blind mind" stupor (John 9:39; 2 Corinthians 4:4; Romans 11:8). Moral to this story in my opinion being, "Kinky Sex Won't Keep A Man". Although many in the sex industry make a buck in striving to convince most of society to think otherwise, there is way more going on in the bonds of love and sex than meets the eye!
What's love got to do with sexual lust? Absolutely nothing! When sex becomes your secret method of attraction, you will lose every time. Sexual cravings are not the same as having a sexual appetite. Cravings control you, forever desiring to be feed, they escalate leaving you never satisfied (James 1:14-15). Reference my article at: www.synthiaesther.com - library page: "Don't Feed The Pig He Could End Up As Big As Hogzilla" for additional educated, biblical insight into the addiction process. Whereas, a sexual appetite is good and healthy, leaving you feeling full and emotionally fulfilled.
BIBLICAL SCRIPTURES - SEX AND BONDING:
Walk by the spirit, and you will not desire to fulfill the lust of the flesh (Galations 5:16). Whoever sow to the flesh reaps destruction, those who sow to the spirit have eternal life (Galations 6:8). It is God's will that we live a life of sanctification, and learn to control our flesh (1 Thessalonians 4:3-5). We are to put to death our earthly desires, sexual immorality, lusts, impurity and evil desires (Colossians 3:5). Lust of the flesh, lust of the eyes, and the pride of life come not from our Holy Father, but from our own selfish, self-centered, wayward desires (1 John 2:16).
When we flee the desires of our youth and pursue righteousness, faith, love, and peace, we come before God with a pure heart (2 Timothy 2:22). We are assured that God hears the prayers of the righteous (James 5:16). Remembering, the mind governed by the flesh is death, but the mind governed by the spirit brings life and peace (Romans 8:6).
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