Go there, and you'll find godfearing people modeling proper Christian behavior, like Sister Mercedes does in one of the "not-men submission" forums:
I had to delete my posts because my husband thought I was in the wrong for posting in a bad light. I am sorry.And you'll find KJB1611's Godly advice for dealing with homosexualist family members:
In my family, sodomy is a "generational" sin, and it's on both sides of the family. We are very careful when we have our children around their aunt who professed to be a lesbian but who says she isn't now. She's still in rebellion and we have the feeling that she's not being totally honest about not being a lesbian, and even if she is being honest, we know that the desire is still there because she had told us. We do NOT allow the children around her unsupervised, and we don't allow them to be around her often, and when they are it isn't for very long. It's usually at times like Thanksgiving when we go to my in-laws house and she goes too. We feel that the risk is too high in our family with it being a generational thing. The Bible says that we need to be not deceived, evil communications corrupt good manners. 1 Corinthians 15:33. The Bible also mentions that God visits the sins of the fathers to the fourth and fifth generations, so if it is a sin that is in your family, I'd recommend being VERY careful how much contact the children have with that family member.But unfortunately, sometimes, the un-Jesused con their way in and post lies. That's the case in this post, where a "helpful Free Woman" poisons her sisters by deceiving them with the myth of the female orgasm:
I hope I'm not being too specific, but the climax andiclare is talking about is called an orgasm. And it is something wonderful that God gave both men and women, an ultimate pleasure. I could not imagine not being able to have them as they are not only pleasurable but so relaxing and a stress reliever. There is a special part of our anatomy called the clitoris that is the key to sexual pleasure in a woman, without it it is difficult to reach a climax. I read the book "The Act of Marriage" by Tim LaHaye before I was married and it was so helpful in explaining exactly how this works. A woman can actually have several climaxes in a row, if you work it right, unlike a man.