The author is a 52 year old male living
in the state of New South Wales, Australia. He has spent
the last 30 years involved with church youth groups and
boys' sport groups on a casual basis after normal work
hours. His identity is not revealed in order to protect
those who have contributed to the pages on the site.
Normal paid work is an Electrical Engineer.
His personal church association is with a local modern
Christian denomination with a world-wide presence.
He has no formal qualifications in social work, but has
studied extensively in order to help the youths who came
across his path, many in severe emotional and
He has traveled to Russia many times on short term church
"mission" trips working in youth summer camps near St
Petersburg and an orphanage in the East of Russia - very
Reasons for this site
One reason for writing this site is he soon found that
some major emotional and behavioral problems with male
youth were alleviated, almost miraculously sometimes,
when the young person learned that what was happening to
him was normal development phases that every male passes
Another reason for writing this site is to alert parents
to the different ways boys think these days compared with
the author's teenage days. In a nutshell:
- The author's generation was largely ignorant about
their sexual development.
- This generation believes lies about their normal
sexual development! They tend to view everything in
relation to "could this mean I'm gay or a sex maniac" and
adopt inappropriate strategies to cope with their private
A third reason for this site is to counter some other
'information' sites directed at teenagers on the www.
Have you seen the number of sites offering 'impartial'
help to questioning teens? Have you seen the sites that
answer the teenager's questions and then actively promote
sexual relations between children of almost any age?
Plenty of the information out there is loud and constant
and becomes "truth" to our youth because of the
repetitive way it is presented by the media.
By presenting another viewpoint, the young people who
access this site can hopefully see a bigger picture and
make more informed decisions on life matters.
Feedback and suggestions are welcome at the email address
on the Contact link.