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You missed my point. And no, I'm not freaked out by people having opinions different from my own, which is why I am asking for them here. You read too much into my question. Apologies that my question was phrased in such a way that it muddled what my original intention was. I do love your taste in movies, though. That line didn't have to be there at all. Can we build a bridge out of you? Stanci, Angie, Xdyj, and Ange, my heartfelt thanks for sharing your views on this. But I find it strange that people find this one to be The One. I find it despicable. I am not naive, and not an idiot, and I am well aware of what goes in the world. That's kind of sad. So it just amazes me when I read review after review from people saying this could convert anyone into a pagan. It would very much have bothered me if Bradley had shown the little girl's throat slit, and proceeded to throw a little line in there to assure me that it wasn't murder. It's just an amazing tale well told. Susan, I am sorry that my original post wasn't clear enough, and I hope that I have clarified my meaning in the previous paragraphs. But that's just my opinion, which is different from most of the people on this site, and it's neither here nor there. I respect paganism as much as any other religion which is to say, they have no appeal for me, but if it makes you happier and it makes you keep trying to be a better person, then I think that's wonderful. I do not for one second think that the people who read this and love it are freaks or child rapists, Holly. I haven't read Lolita although I may some day. Virginia, if what you mean is that the sexual abuse of children cuts very very close to the bone for me, then yes, you're right, my post may say something about me, and if you mean like Andrea and Holly that I am some kind of stupid prude or that I am bigoted, then you're wrong. I expect there are plenty of respectable texts that expound on it. But yes, I can damn well get my knickers in a twist when an author tells me in her book, for no reason whatsoever, that a little girl wants it. She chose to put it there. I found it extremely objectionable before I knew anything about Bradley's husband, and downright sinister afterwards. But back to the passage in question. I am amazed that for such a well-known novel with such a devout following, I haven't been able to find an online discussion of this particular part of it. Jan 24, It is because I believe they will be in their majority eminently sane and reasonable people and the majority - not all, I have to admit - of the replies here seem to bear that fact , and I am genuinely interested in knowing what somebody who loves this book makes of that paragraph. Avalon sex



But back to the passage in question. So it just amazes me when I read review after review from people saying this could convert anyone into a pagan. It would very much have bothered me if Bradley had shown the little girl's throat slit, and proceeded to throw a little line in there to assure me that it wasn't murder. Stanci, Angie, Xdyj, and Ange, my heartfelt thanks for sharing your views on this. You seem to be saying I'm objecting to this because it's about sex, and violence wouldn't bother me. But I find it strange that people find this one to be The One. And no, I'm not freaked out by people having opinions different from my own, which is why I am asking for them here. It's such a subtle little line - "her legs opening to the irresistible force of nature in them. She chose to put it there. I find it despicable. I hope you can see what I am referring to now.

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Holly, up there is your answer. Strange women lying in ponds distributing swords is no basis for a system of government although it sure is the basis for a lot of great books - not this one - and movies , and as far as I'm concerned, hypocritical, high-and-mighty fictional magic women who manipulate and use other people for their religion's ends are no basis for a true-life religion. But I find it strange that people find this one to be The One. You seem to be saying I'm objecting to this because it's about sex, and violence wouldn't bother me. Jan 24, Probably not. If you mean anything else, please state it explicitly, because I don't know what it might be. My feelings on it are without doubt. It's such a subtle little line - "her legs opening to the irresistible force of nature in them. I hope the paragraph above made clear what my objections were. Stanci, Angie, Xdyj, and Ange, my heartfelt thanks for sharing your views on this. Can we build a bridge out of you? I respect paganism as much as any other religion which is to say, they have no appeal for me, but if it makes you happier and it makes you keep trying to be a better person, then I think that's wonderful. I'm pretty damn sure, though, that even if Humbert Humbert is the narrator, he doesn't come across as the hero to most people. I found it extremely objectionable before I knew anything about Bradley's husband, and downright sinister afterwards. You read too much into my question. And no, I'm not freaked out by people having opinions different from my own, which is why I am asking for them here. That line didn't have to be there at all. I do love your taste in movies, though. But that's just my opinion, which is different from most of the people on this site, and it's neither here nor there. After Avalon, I am even finding I love how Martin weaves the different religions and social systems into his fantasy world, and doesn't hammer me over the head with how much better and purer one is than the other. But if you missed the mention of a child in this short post, I'll put it down for now to you missing it in that giant tome. I find it despicable. But back to the passage in question. Virginia, if what you mean is that the sexual abuse of children cuts very very close to the bone for me, then yes, you're right, my post may say something about me, and if you mean like Andrea and Holly that I am some kind of stupid prude or that I am bigoted, then you're wrong. I am not naive, and not an idiot, and I am well aware of what goes in the world. So it just amazes me when I read review after review from people saying this could convert anyone into a pagan. You missed my point.



































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Please let me know if you now understand what I was trying to convey, even if you disagree with me. I found it extremely objectionable before I knew anything about Bradley's husband, and downright sinister afterwards. It's such a subtle little line - "her legs opening to the irresistible force of nature in them. But back to the passage in question. That line didn't have to be there at all. Stanci, Angie, Xdyj, and Ange, my heartfelt thanks for sharing your views on this. I hope you can see what I am referring to now. I do love your taste in movies, though. I respect paganism as much as any other religion which is to say, they have no appeal for me, but if it makes you happier and it makes you keep trying to be a better person, then I think that's wonderful. If you mean anything else, please state it explicitly, because I don't know what it might be. I hope the paragraph above made clear what my objections were. But yes, I can damn well get my knickers in a twist when an author tells me in her book, for no reason whatsoever, that a little girl wants it. It's just an amazing tale well told. Probably not.

I hope the paragraph above made clear what my objections were. I do not for one second think that the people who read this and love it are freaks or child rapists, Holly. That's kind of sad. You missed my point. Strange women lying in ponds distributing swords is no basis for a system of government although it sure is the basis for a lot of great books - not this one - and movies , and as far as I'm concerned, hypocritical, high-and-mighty fictional magic women who manipulate and use other people for their religion's ends are no basis for a true-life religion. I found it extremely objectionable before I knew anything about Bradley's husband, and downright sinister afterwards. But yes, I can damn well get my knickers in a twist when an author tells me in her book, for no reason whatsoever, that a little girl wants it. Jan 24, It is because I believe they will be in their majority eminently sane and reasonable people and the majority - not all, I have to admit - of the replies here seem to bear that fact , and I am genuinely interested in knowing what somebody who loves this book makes of that paragraph. I respect paganism as much as any other religion which is to say, they have no appeal for me, but if it makes you happier and it makes you keep trying to be a better person, then I think that's wonderful. I do love your taste in movies, though. Not because she is guilty of any kind of sex abuse herself, but because she is paying lip service to NAMBLA's contention that children can engage in consensual sexual relations with adults. It's just an amazing tale well told. My feelings on it are without doubt. It would very much have bothered me if Bradley had shown the little girl's throat slit, and proceeded to throw a little line in there to assure me that it wasn't murder. But that's just my opinion, which is different from most of the people on this site, and it's neither here nor there. But if you missed the mention of a child in this short post, I'll put it down for now to you missing it in that giant tome. So it just amazes me when I read review after review from people saying this could convert anyone into a pagan. Can we build a bridge out of you? Avalon sex



I found it extremely objectionable before I knew anything about Bradley's husband, and downright sinister afterwards. But yes, I can damn well get my knickers in a twist when an author tells me in her book, for no reason whatsoever, that a little girl wants it. But back to the passage in question. Stanci, Angie, Xdyj, and Ange, my heartfelt thanks for sharing your views on this. Probably not. It is because I believe they will be in their majority eminently sane and reasonable people and the majority - not all, I have to admit - of the replies here seem to bear that fact , and I am genuinely interested in knowing what somebody who loves this book makes of that paragraph. I hope you can see what I am referring to now. You missed my point. Zoran, I added some bold lettering. Thank you all for joining in! Virginia, if what you mean is that the sexual abuse of children cuts very very close to the bone for me, then yes, you're right, my post may say something about me, and if you mean like Andrea and Holly that I am some kind of stupid prude or that I am bigoted, then you're wrong. I know that if I ask the opinion of people who hated the book, they'll most likely agree with me. Please let me know if you now understand what I was trying to convey, even if you disagree with me. But that's just my opinion, which is different from most of the people on this site, and it's neither here nor there. I am not naive, and not an idiot, and I am well aware of what goes in the world. Apologies that my question was phrased in such a way that it muddled what my original intention was. Strange women lying in ponds distributing swords is no basis for a system of government although it sure is the basis for a lot of great books - not this one - and movies , and as far as I'm concerned, hypocritical, high-and-mighty fictional magic women who manipulate and use other people for their religion's ends are no basis for a true-life religion. That line didn't have to be there at all. Can we build a bridge out of you? I do love your taste in movies, though. It would very much have bothered me if Bradley had shown the little girl's throat slit, and proceeded to throw a little line in there to assure me that it wasn't murder. But if you missed the mention of a child in this short post, I'll put it down for now to you missing it in that giant tome. Andrea, "Would this have bothered you so much if she'd had the little girl's throat slit? I haven't read Lolita although I may some day. Jan 24, I am amazed that for such a well-known novel with such a devout following, I haven't been able to find an online discussion of this particular part of it. I do not for one second think that the people who read this and love it are freaks or child rapists, Holly. She chose to put it there.

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I am amazed that for such a well-known novel with such a devout following, I haven't been able to find an online discussion of this particular part of it. But I find it strange that people find this one to be The One. That's kind of sad. But if you missed the mention of a child in this short post, I'll put it down for now to you missing it in that giant tome. Probably not. My feelings on it are without doubt. But that's just my opinion, which is different from most of the people on this site, and it's neither here nor there. But yes, I can damn well get my knickers in a twist when an author tells me in her book, for no reason whatsoever, that a little girl wants it. I hope the paragraph above made clear what my objections were. Susan, I am sorry that my original post wasn't clear enough, and I hope that I have clarified my meaning in the previous paragraphs. I am not naive, and not an idiot, and I am well aware of what goes in the world. And no, I'm not freaked out by people having opinions different from my own, which is why I am asking for them here. Andrea, "Would this have bothered you so much if she'd had the little girl's throat slit? Why so mad at my post? Apologies that my question was phrased in such a way that it muddled what my original intention was. I do not for one second think that the people who read this and love it are freaks or child rapists, Holly. I respect paganism as much as any other religion which is to say, they have no appeal for me, but if it makes you happier and it makes you keep trying to be a better person, then I think that's wonderful. I find it despicable. You read too much into my question. I do love your taste in movies, though. Strange women lying in ponds distributing swords is no basis for a system of government although it sure is the basis for a lot of great books - not this one - and movies , and as far as I'm concerned, hypocritical, high-and-mighty fictional magic women who manipulate and use other people for their religion's ends are no basis for a true-life religion. She chose to put it there. It's such a subtle little line - "her legs opening to the irresistible force of nature in them. After Avalon, I am even finding I love how Martin weaves the different religions and social systems into his fantasy world, and doesn't hammer me over the head with how much better and purer one is than the other. It's just an amazing tale well told. Holly, up there is your answer.

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You read too much into my question. I am amazed that for such a well-known novel with such a devout following, I haven't been able to find an online discussion of this particular part of it. And no, I'm not freaked out by people having opinions different from my own, which is why I am asking for them here. Apologies that my question was phrased in such a way that it muddled what my original intention was. Jan 24, Can we build a bridge out of you? Why so mad at my post? But that's just my opinion, which is different from most of the people on this site, and it's neither here nor there. Susan, I am sorry that my original post wasn't clear enough, and I hope that I have clarified my meaning in the previous paragraphs. I found it extremely objectionable before I knew anything about Bradley's husband, and downright sinister afterwards. I haven't read Lolita although I may some day. If you mean anything else, please state it explicitly, because I don't know what it might be.

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