I Don't Sexually Abuse Black Females: Black Christian Brothers Affirm Mandate to Sexually Protect Our Cultural Sisters
Author: Walter Arthur McCray
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I don't sexually abuse Black females is the spiritual affirmation that anchors this entire discussion. It empowers Brothers to prevent and rectify the sexual abuse experienced by Black Sisters--a not infrequent immoral, illegal practice in our community, and in society. The season has come for Black Christian men to accept their divine moral mandate by taking care of our own sexual housekeeping.
Culture and faith give context to this Black and Christian perspective, which focuses on the key role of African-American male believers in addressing the community's issue of sexually abused Black females. Its biblical approach offers responsible ideas for curtailing sexually abusive male behavior. Any Brother who desires to cease, or to guard against, sexual harassment or assault will find protective solutions for civilly and legally relating to our Black Sisters. Its seven sexual affirma-tions and seven sexually-related relationship practices are insightful, challenging, and very practical.
Overall, this discussion aims to motivate us as Christian Black Brothers to provide a greater measure of sexual protection, first for our Sisters--with the goal that each one can freely relate to us without fear of sexual threats or abuse--and consequently, for ourselves--with the goal that none of us commit moral, civil, or criminal sexual violations.
3 Parts cover the Brothers' sexual safekeeping of Black Sisters:
- Cultural Problem and Protection
- Christian Perspective and Prophesying
- Corrective Principles and Practices
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