Four men have accused muscle shirt-wearing, homosexual conversion-preaching multimillionaire megachurch pastor Eddie Long coercing them into sex, repeatedly. Incidentally, Long wrote a whole book about sexual purity and women's submission to men. We read it so you don't have to.
Some of What A Man Wants, What A Woman Needs is boilerplate Christian conservative positions on promiscuity, women's natural roles, and male domination; some of it (not a lot) offers not-terrible advice; and some of it sounds rather unfortunate in retrospect, if the allegations are true. (Long has denied them, and his spokesman has said, "The plaintiffs, these are not innocent victims. ...I just caution people to consider the sources and their motives.") A sampler:
The Churchgoing Version Of Men Are From Mars, Women Are From Venus
Some Confusion About Who Initiated That Whole "Family-Friendly Workplace Policy" Thing.
On The Place Of Women
On Promiscuity And Sexual Freedom
Some Creative Advice
Unfortunate In Retrospect The men who came forward about the abuse say that the coercion often took place on ministry business trips, which Long mentions several times. For example:
On an encounter with one such young man:
...And Here's Some Stuff We Can Get Into
That's about it.