Harmful To Minors, The Perils of Protecting Children From Sex: 2002
“In America today, it is nearly impossible to publish a book that says children and teenagers can have sexual pleasure and be safe too,” writes journalist Levine (My Enemy, My Love). Levine has somehow pulled that off. Western European countries assume that “sexual expression is a healthy and happy part of growing up”; thus Levine argues that sex is not necessarily bad for minors, and that puritanical attitudes often backfire.
What courage! What refreshing courage coming from a lady. This book, this glorious book, renews our faith in humanity, Ms. Levine. Thank you for following the truth, and not the raggedy ass masses out for notoriety, fame, and the almighty dollar at the expense of others.
Live. Love. Play – NAKED America!
TRUTH FLASH:Levine’s book was bought by a trade publisher, then bounced around—one editorial board called it “radioactive”—until it found its current publisher. It continues to draw fire from misandrist women and quasi-professionals, such as psychologists and mental health practitioners, who have staked their fame and college fortunes on perpetuating the myth of naked play as harmful to minors, insuring an insurmountable number of adequate child “victims” and adult “survivors” desperately searching for mental health treatment options ins spite of the cold hard facts and, oh yeah, reality.