Man tricked me, gave me oral sex!
I read your columns every chance I get. There are some interesting stories. I linked up with this man on Facebook. He claimed he shoots porn videos. I'm a working-class guy, but I'm in some financial problems. I decided that I would do porn on the side for extra money. I visited him for an interview. I had to get naked. He had to make sure that I am clean, so he had to check my penis. He ended up performing oral sex on me, pastor. He said he would call me for video shoot. It turned out that it was a trick. I'm a straight guy, pastor, so this bothers me sometimes.
You were tricked, indeed. In your desire to earn extra money, you responded to an advertisement on Facebook. It was your desire to do porn. Where you went wrong is that you failed to find out as much as you could before you attended the so-called interview. I hope the incident would teach you not to believe everything you see on Facebook or in classified ads anywhere. Everything should be properly checked out. Your naivety caused you to submit to a trickster whom you described as gay. I don't need to go over what you said he did to you. Your letter speaks for itself. This incident is bothering you. I therefore suggest that you make an appointment to see a family counsellor or a psychologist for professional help. And I go further to suggest that you read your Bible, pray and meditate, and ask the Good Lord to grant to you peace of mind and to give you wisdom as you go about your business from day to day. Be sure to attend church. Do not have anything to do with this man who tricked you. The Bible says "Trust in the Lord with all thine heart and lean not unto thine own understanding. In all thy ways acknowledge him, and he shall direct thy paths" Proverbs 3:5-6.