Thursday, 31 January 2008
06:45:59 AM (GMT)
Very recently, after reading the letter I sent them “Why not give me a chance to
be a friend”, two or three people, mostly teenage girls, have accused me of being a
No, I do not deserve to be insulted by anyone. In fact, I am very proud of what I
have written in this letter. My arguments are very simple, but totally logical,
which means everyone can see these as facts.
There is not a single word, phrase or sentence in this letter, that can make anyone
think that I am a person with a twisted mind. I would think the opposite would be
This letter show clearly what kind of a person I am – someone who believes in true
friendship; someone who cares about people and their problems; someone who is not
judgemental and willing to accept anyone for who they are and for what they are
without any hate or prejudice.
How can this be construed as being perversion?
Perhaps it is the fact that I am a 51 year old man looking for pen pals that make
them think that I am a pervert. How can anyone assume that all adults are perverts?
That is not possible; that is not logical. Of course there are good and bad people
in both the young and the old.
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