Either he's being really forward with you or that "thinking of you" text was only sent to you because he wasn't paying attention.4.
His idea of a date is really just a thinly veiled sexual euphemism.
This is , a new biweekly podcast hosted by four conservative Christian sex bloggers — all of whom have been married to men for more than two decades, all of whom have grown children — dedicated to exploring “the naked truth about godly sexuality.” Grounded in the belief that a strong Christian marriage includes a mutually satisfying sex life, — whose hosts worship at a mix of Evangelical or Methodist churches — covers topics from sex toys and mismatched libidos to erotica and personal grooming.
But more than just talking dirty, the hosts offer something that feels quietly radical, given conservative Christianity’s long, sexist history of teaching women to obey and serve their husbands: a kind of empowerment.
“When you start thinking, purpose is for me to orgasm,’ I’m like, ‘Thank you, God! But the goal of this distinctly conservative brand of “sex positivity” isn’t to defy the church or its doctrines — it’s to increase sexual intimacy by closely following the Bible’s teachings.
While most churches have avoided preaching pleasure from the pulpit, point to a range of scripture, but in episode after episode they return to the Old Testament’s Song of Solomon, which they say holds answers on everything from oral sex to bikini waxes.