An American anti-gay pastor who took a male prostitute 10 day holiday to Europe denied having sex this week, insisting they’d only discussed religious matters.
“A recent article in an alternative newspaper cleverly gave false impressions of inappropriate behavior because of its misleading innuendo, incorrectly implying that Professor George Rekers used the Rentboy website to hire a prostitute to accompany him on a recent trip,” Professor Rekers claimed in a statement posted on his website.
“Contrary to Internet stories based on this slanderous article, following medical advice Professor George Rekers requires an assistant to lift his luggage in his travels because of an ongoing condition following surgery,” he explained.
The professional lecturer on ‘teenage sexuality’ and passionate advocate of ‘curing’ homosexuality issued his denial on his home page Professor George.com, on which he promotes his (non-pornographic) site Teensex.com with giant advertising banners. His insistence that he didn’t find his travel companion Lucien on Rentboy.com (where the 20 year old hooker advertises himself as being ‘uncut’ with hobbies ‘’vanilla, leather, shaving, spanking, role-play and go-go dancing’) comes just one click away from an 2008 article in which the Professor poignantly links exposure to porn with ‘harmful sexual behavior.’
“Pornography is what led Ted Bundy, an infamous serial killer, and many other criminals to develop harmful behavior that fueled their horrific crimes,” the pastor declares, “Here are some experts taken from Bundy’s last interview with James Dobson before his execution on January 24, 1989.
“I wasn’t some guy hanging out in bars, or a bum. I wasn’t a pervert in the sense that people look at somebody and say, “I know there’s something wrong with him.” I was a normal person. I had good friends. I led a normal life, except for this one, small but very potent and destructive segment that I kept very secret and close to myself.”
Bundy was executed after confessing to 30 murders in which he raped and tortured almost all of his (all female) victims.
http://teensextoday.com/2008/12/09/the-effects-of-porn-on-teens/ George A. Rekers, Ph.D., FAACP Distinguished Professor of Neuropsychiatry and Behavioral Science Emeritus University of South Carolina School of Medicine