I Learned to Protect Myself at the Age of 10 (Part 1)

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When you consider children, watch them play, compete at sports or simply go to school you never know what they are having to deal with when they go home. Is home intact or is it a living hell. Some of you may relate. I know some of my fellow school mates grew up in turmoil right along with me. We didn’t necessarily know what the others were experiencing, but it was going on all the same time. Without knowing it we were each others support system.

Adults are removed much of the time from what is going on around them. I want to encourage you to take notice. You may be the determining force of intervention to change the outcome of what is going on everyday in the life of a child.

I was blessed to have a few coaches and some teachers that was sensitive and who cared enough to get involved. I also I had some friends who cared enough to be good enough friends who I was able to draw strength from. I seemed to find encouragement from them and their friendships. My siblings were not there so it was all I knew to make it through to my adult journey.

The chilling story I tell is my story. It is real and is not one of fiction or exaggeration. My story is one that will shock you and hopefully generate sobriety so you will to pay closer attention to your own children, while being a little more sensitive of the children around you. You never know how you could be the deciding factor for change for the better in the life of those around you!

Growing up with a dad who was a homosexual was not easy. It was painful. I mean HELL! Perverts were around all the time. It was the grace of God that I was not molested but I had to defend my manhood on several occasions. Don’t be fool by the propaganda that children are safe in homes that are comprised of same sex relationship. They are not safe. They are always in danger of being violated. Not just by those who are outside of the home but by those inside the home environment. It is an unnatural atmosphere and when in that kind of environment it is a breeding ground for victimization of all kinds. Lets remember when people cross the line they do not have a moral boundary that prevents them from going further. I am not saying all homosexual. I have met many people through out the years that were in the same situations with totally different outcomes. Sadly to say they were molested and are dealing with this sorrow of loss for a lifetime.

This is epidemic in our society. We must recognize that molesters are out there. We must live our lives with a zero tolerance mindset and posture to any form of victimization. There no justification for an adult to have sexual contact with a child for any reason at any time.

Family Values.: Larkins survival story4

To be Continued…..


2 thoughts on “I Learned to Protect Myself at the Age of 10 (Part 1)

  1. It’s a harrowing story and one no child should ever have to face either in a home with same sex parents or otherwise. Children are in danger regardless and it’s all of our responsibilities to keep a keen eye out to see,observe and notice changes in any child around us.
    I’m so thankful you survived your childhood and are positively fighting to make a difference in our world.

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