Reading Time: 8 minutes Josh Harris is one of the scions of the homeschooling and courtship fringes of the Christian Patriarchy movement. He wrote one of the single most destructive books ever published on the topic of evangelical Christian relationships. And he’s got an announcement.
Reading Time: 4 minutes Women are conditioned to equate being objectified with being sexy, which is unfortunate, but I’m not going to shame those who explore it.
Reading Time: 4 minutes If your genitals and your mind aren’t always on the same page, there’s something wrong with you. Wait, what? We need to address this belief.
Reading Time: 8 minutes A friend recently revealed to me that she was upset about having sex on the first date with a man she met online. She didn’t remember having sex, or even going to the man’s house. She simply woke up in his bed without any clothes on. She remembers having two drinks… then nothing. She wondered […]
Reading Time: 3 minutes Sex acts and identities are stigmatized in a number of ways, which has serious consequences for both personal wellness and public health.
Reading Time: 4 minutes However high the quality of your work, you’re not doing “good work” if you are intimidating, harassing, or abusing people in your community.
Reading Time: 3 minutes Porn addiction is a sketchy concept… but to try to flip it and shame women who like being looked at? Nope. That’s a whole bag of nopes. I’ve started digitally hanging out with some of the folks at Removing the Fig Leaf, a Patheos blog about exploring sexuality without shame. Mostly this has been fun […]
Reading Time: 4 minutes If your religion participates in the dialogue making LGBTQ folks out to be misguided, gross, or subhuman, then you are part of the problem. And from there, you can choose to become part of the solution.
Reading Time: 4 minutes Who do we get to slut-shame and victim blame without consequences? That depends in part on who YOU are.
Reading Time: 4 minutes If you don’t get the police called on you for making art, you’re doing it wrong. Or, that’s my impression from a belly dance photo shoot. Because women’s bodies are indecent, right?