Here is the second part of a two-part series from Georgetown University Press blog on the future of sexuality and religion. Too see part one, click here
The blog published a two-part series investigating and proposing some great ideas that anyone of faith might find interesting.
I’m kind of a nerd for infographics, and kind of nerd for orgasms. So you can only imagine my delight when I stumbled upon innovative sex toy company Jimmy Jane’s infographic about orgasms!
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Check out this blog for some great thoughts and warnings about sexting. Come on, everyone is doing it.
Mind before matter is an appropriate saying for this post. If you want to have more sex, a good way to start is to think sexy thoughts throughout your day.
That’s one message I came away with after reading Jo McGowan’s piece on CommonWealMagazine.com. But McGowan made several other interesting points about the birth control debate in the Catholic church. She herself is a Catholic and thinks the church’s stance on birth control is an example of juvenile thinking.
“One of the surest signs of youth—in any profession—is an unswerving adherence to literal interpretations,” she wrote. “New teachers cling to the curriculum, whether or not the class is getting it. Young doctors focus on the clear x-ray, unable to see the patient in front of them writhing in pain. Parish priests preach the letter of the law, while their parishioners refuse to follow rules created without reference to the reality they know.”
Another interesting point she made is that one of the church’s major priorities is for you to procreate, which starts with sex. It’s crucial for people of faith to learn about sex and how it plays a role in your life and how it affects each person.
“It is unsettling when men who may never have experienced sex feel qualified not just to speak about it but to pronounce on it with certainty,” she wrote.
Each woman should decide for herself when she wants to have a baby.
See the full story here
Check out this video from Leonida Pictures. It’s weird, it’s sexy, probably a little offensive, and I loved every second of it. I hope you do too. Hooray for great websites like Vimeo for hosting this content. Also, another great website for anyone who likes my blog is Sex + Design.
Enjoy, and happy Tuesday.
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