In our society today there is not much left for the imagination when it comes to female bodies. The world around us uses the opposite sex to sell just about everything. It is plastered on billboards and seen on t.v. and at the beach. As a man, it becomes difficult to look away from someone who is not dressed modestly. It is a constant battle, but it is one that a father should teach a son. King David had a personal responsibility to not watch or keep looking. He had a personal responsibility to not pursue his own passions with another man's wife.
When I look at the article concerning the sin of Bathsheba I am reminded of the verses in Gen 3:
Gen 3:12 And the man said, "The woman whom You gave to be with me, she gave me of the tree and I ate."
David was still a man after Elohim's own heart, he repented of his sin. Bathsheba's son went on to become a wise king. So, even after the sin, if we repent and turn from our wicked ways we can have a relationship with our Father.