I’m Sorry For What I’ve Done: Reflection On Sexual Exploitation | Ricco Slade

I love my mother. I love my sister. I love my daughter. I guess you can say that I love women in general. In the past, I had a very hard time expressing that love and appreciation. I made a lot of dumb mistakes, and if one could label me anything at that day in time it would probably be womanizer. I manipulated my way into the lives of countless women. Then I became oppressive, possessive, and overprotective. My negative ways destroyed lives, broke hearts, and tarnished my image as a man. I am honestly utterly ashamed of the person I use to be and the things that I’ve done. I’ve had the pleasure of interacting with some very dynamic females throughout the course of my short life. The beautiful, the intellectual, the free-spirited, the conservative, the innocent, the wild, the party monster, the cuddle buddy, the fearless, the lover, the fighter, and the blessing in disguise. Each one has taught me a valuable lesson, and each one have a very special place in my heart. From the bottom of that heart, I apologize to each and every one of those dynamic females. I couldn’t give them the love that they deserved, because at the time I didn’t love myself. I couldn’t be the man that they needed me to be, because at the time I didn’t know or understand the purpose or the duty of a man. I was still a boy. I was just interested in one thing; and that was sex. I missed out on so many opportunities to build something long-lasting and worth while just to enjoy something short lived and meaningless. My lust destroyed the developmental process of love. I have no regrets for the simple fact I know for certain that the females I exploited for sex have moved on to bigger and better things. I am happy for them all. Maybe one day i’ll find that peace, love, and happiness

2 Comments on “I’m Sorry For What I’ve Done: Reflection On Sexual Exploitation | Ricco Slade

  1. I enjoyed reading your short-books:didn’t know that you had them out there?awesome writings, and continue to do more

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