Anti-gay activist accused of being serial molester of young boys
Actually, this is a normal psychological trap.
The more you hate something, the more you become drawn toward it.
This is because the more our mind is fixated on something, the more one is inclined to do what they keep thinking about. Indeed, we are as we think.
This is very true with respect to sexual matters, because sex delivers a very rich 'pleasure' reward via an electrical pulse to a certain hard to reach part of the brain.
The medical field has duplicated this pleasure without sex, simply by using patients undergoing brain surgery where that region will be exposed for them to do so, and with the patients approval of course.
The electrical pulse created the same pleasure that one receives during orgasm, without any ejaculation what-so-ever. The test subjects truly wanted the doctors to continue the electrical pulses to that spot, but the doctors said 'No'.
In fact, everything we feel is felt only in our brain. This is why amputees can, on occasions, feel there missing limb, or feel an itch from what is not there. What happens is that the nerve that use to go to the missing limb or foot, still exist in the body and still goes to the brain, and via a random electrical charge occurs in that nerve which tells the brain that their missing foot itches.
So be alert, what you think is what you become. Be the master of your thoughts, and not the victim of them.