The most sick statement put in JW print

by Chook 32 Replies latest watchtower beliefs

  • shadow

    The unthinkable in one culture is the norm in another. FGM? Do your homework

  • Wayward

    Well, shadow, we're talking about a magazine article written for a largely Western audience. And around here, any adult caught stroking their babies' privates would be in jail. Or I would hope so anyway.

    This is a good example of the WT's obsession with sex, sex, and more sex. It's almost pornographic the way they write or discuss various sexual practices in detail. I really think someone in the Writing Department gets off on this crap.


    I've had a hard time sleeping lately, so.....if anyone wants to swing on by...ahem... 😝


  • James Mixon
    James Mixon

    You are supposed to be celibate(if not married) but with all the sex talk in the KH and healthy young

    people no wonder most DF are sex related.Just imagine for a week you go without food, and

    a stranger walks up and tell you about the nice juicy steak he ate, but no food for you.

    What is normal become abnormal in JW world, and what is abnormal become normal (shunning).

    I wouldn't be surprise one day the GB interpret or new light, it's ok the have concubines....

    A bunch of dirty old men, sex on the mind. There's a connection with people who are so righteous(nutty)

    and sex.

  • Dunedain

    WOW, and we wonder why there are so many pedophiles in this cult. This cult has always been full of sexually twisted, and repressed individuals. This kind of crap in print, is clearly proof of this.

  • flipper

    It was probably Ted Jaracz who had input on that article no doubt

  • LisaRose
    I dont believe it , show me the article in question in print.

    I remember this. I was shocked, but they said this was common in the world, I was too stupid then to know otherwise.

  • LoveUniHateExams

    The most sick statement put in JW print - in addition to the sick statement in the OP, what about the following: didn't the WTS publish something that asked whether an incident of child abuse was the child's fault? Or that the child was somehow to blame? Or that the child initiated it?

    It might have been in a precursor to the 'Shepherd the Flock of God' book.

    Something like that anyway, I'm sure ...

  • Funchback

    Faux WatchTower 1981:

    Males, when you urinate, avoid if at all possible touching your genitalia. Pulling it out, holding it and then ultimately shaking it after the urination process may possibly can definitely probably lead to immediate and long-term masturbation issues.

    Also, males should try to pee with a chaperone present, or at the very least with the bathroom door ajar.

  • Wayward

    Funchback, that's too funny! It's especially funny because I can see them writing exactly that.

    From the same Washtowel article: "Sisters, when you wipe after doing your business, take care that you do not wipe so hard as to arouse yourselves. Some have chosen to avoid wiping altogether so as to flee from unclean desires. Should you fall into unclean habits, report said habits to your ever loving elders in elaborate detail so they can get off."

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