I agree wholeheartedly. Thank you for your eloquent and thoughtful response. I think if we did some research into past cultures that have ceased to exist, we would find many parallels to the current events in York County, Pennsylvania, and the United States. When individuals are no longer physically able to deny urges and to live their purpose of glorifying their Creator, this culture will as well, cease to exist.I find this story compelling in the fact that the average age of these men is 56 years old. This evidence speaks to the nature of this corrupting behavior. Deviant sexual behavior, practiced in the dark, by those who were once ashamed of their corruption is now practiced in public areas. The practice of this behavior reveals the truths that are found in the Bible. These men have rejected the call of God in their lives and God has given them over to the lusts which destroy them. As men seek to satisfy the lusts of their flesh, overtime, these men are driven to find more deviant ways to experience a new and satisfying act. Only Jesus can restore such a fallen man or woman. Only Jesus can fill a life that has destroyed itself.
On a personal note, you're exactly right, the presence of Jesus Christ in a fallen individuals life (ANY sin-filled life, not just immorality) will be life-changing.