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What is it about the Preacher Man or Men in Church?

A couple of weeks ago I received a letter from a woman seeking advice about an illicit affair she is having with her preacher. I recently posted this on my site.

And I have to ask...what is it about men of the cloth, be it preachers, pastors, reverends or ministers. Which someone would have to explain the difference in titles to me, because I do not know...anyway, I wonder what it is that seems to push women to wanting these individuals. Its almost as if their panties juice up and get soaking wet at the sight of them in the pulpit. Hell, forget the pulpit, sometimes women go crazy just know and/or hear that a brother goes to church. Are they falling into that old adage that all good men are in church? Hmmm...some of the biggest playas I have met are in the church. That's right I said it...they talk more shyt than a little bit, but hitting up on Sassy is not the right thing to do.

I may not attend church as often as I should, but I have yet to see a handsome minister in the pulpit. I have heard some very moving sermons, very dynamic and prolific speakers, but none of them did I find attractive at all, not physically. Furthermore, the majority of them are married, which is a line I will not cross, but some women don't mind crossing that line.

Over the past ten years a couple of the surrounding churches in my area received new ministers, all of them single and the ladies lined up like vultures circling a kill. It was sooooo funny. I had to laugh at the look of desperation that they all had for these men, and let me state, that two of them, their grill work was so messed up that the first thing the conference should've done was get their teeth fixed. The third one was super soft, kinda made question---ya know.

Hell, lets take being a minister out of it and talk about men in church. Do women still consider a good man one that attends church? What if he is not on the correct path to righteousness? I know we all struggle constantly with learning the right path to walk, but does going to church automatically make you a good person or just a creature of habit?

The other day I was having a conversation with my mother and a younger cousin of mine is about to get married and when I asked her about this guy [she has only known him less than year] my mother stated "he is a nice boy, comes to church every Sunday" and I looked at her and said, "so because he goes to church that makes him a good man?" He could be beating her ass and that makes him a good man? I cracked up, because it made her think about her I have to ask...what is it about men of the cloth and/or men in the church that drive women wild? Personally, I have always considered myself too sexually uninhibited for a minister...I know he is a man and all, but I'd constantly have him in a struggle with his upper and lower self on a regular.

Is it because he is off limits that drives the women to wanting them. Or is it delusions of granduer at the thought of being "first lady" of the church? Yall, have to help Sassy out because I don't know what the attraction is.



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