“My name is Bond, James Bond,” and I’m a model for men who want to be cool and masculine.  Further, women fall for me whenever I look at them, and will do for me whatever I desire, so may say James Bond.

Freedom of the press has allowed me to publish "Playboy Magazine" and I will influence men and boys throughout their lives with images of lust for the female body and it will help me get rich, publisher Hugh Hefner might say.

Commercials consistently and continually stress sexuality throughout our society. Why? Sex sells. After all, men who want to be real men will buy our products when they see these voluptuous women that we use in our commercials. This is about manhood, man.

Recently, we’ve seen numerous men being accused by many women of sexual improprieties. Why would anyone be surprised by these accusations? As a nation, we’ve cultivated a society where men are to look towards women as an expression of their masculine identity. Sexual conquests add value to man’s self-worth as a man. After all, that’s what men have been taught since boyhood.

A society that teaches and cultivates morality contrary to biblical direction will reap the results of those efforts. Society raises men to be men according to their teachings, and now, wants to condemn some acting out their masculine desires and fantasies. What hypocrisy.

A man who values biblical direction will value women and treat them with respect. It appears that we’re strayed from biblical direction and values.

Michael Imhof

Aurora, Illinois

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