Read 'Lust Murder' by Chelsea Hoffman

Read Lust Murder: A look at sexually-driven slayings

Crime writer Chelsea Hoffman has released another book profiling the lives and crimes of serial killers. In the same vein as Sins of the Sexual Sadist, Lust Murder: A look at sexually-driven slayings takes readers on an analytical tour of various killers whose motives were driven by sexual perversion. What drives these sexually deviant individuals to the depths of total depravity? Could even the most violent and cunning sexual lust killer potentially be successfully rehabilitated? 

Read Lust Murder: A look at sexually-driven slayings to form your own opinions on the dynamics that drive some people to commit the unthinkable.

Paperback coming soon!

Look for Sins of the Sexual Sadist on Amazon.Com!

My thoughts on Down's Syndrome and the Ursula Presgrave controversy

Down's Syndrome can be a very touchy topic with some people -- This is something I've personally experienced in my time as a career blogger and opinionista. That's why I feel particularly bad for former reality star Ursula Presgrave. The woman once featured on The Call Centre is currently facing a potential jail sentence after she expressed her opinion about people who suffer from the chromosomal defect, but that's not all. She's also being targeted with vitriolic backlash from people on social media who fancy themselves as word and thought police in the name of advocacy for people with Down's.  In other words, she's created quite the mess by simply expressing an unpopular opinion. Since she's facing possible jail time she has decided to apologize for her words, which she claims were declared in order to get attention. However, from my point-of-view, it looks a lot like she's been muscled into publicly backing down from a value in which she believes. I have a lot to say in this post, and I'm quite certain that I will get some of the same vitriol as Presgrave, because I've been in her position before (minus the threats of imprisonment, of course). So fasten your seat-belts, people. It's going to be a long one.
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