I'm not the kind of woman who likes to talk about sex. Not even with my sisters. Or my girlfriends. Barely even my husband—I get embarrassed and blush easily. I don't really want to know what happens in people's bedrooms.
Well, maybe I do wonder a little. And I'm betting I'm not the only one.
That's why, in our inaugural Today's Christian Woman weekly issue, we decided to tackle the topic of sex straight on. We went to clinical experts for help on how to talk to young girls about sexuality early and often, and chatted with married mothers on how to muster the energy for sex when you've had little kids pawing at you all day. We want to help you reclaim the passion from Song of Solomon: "My beloved is mine, and I am his."
Studies show that up to 80 percent of unmarried Christian people are having sex, so we wanted to provide answers for single folks struggling to cultivate and navigate their sexuality in a godly way. For women who have given themselves away outside of marriage, there's hope for healing—you can reclaim your innocence.
Almost everyone wonders if they have a "normal" sex life, and if their feelings about sex are okay. Check out the article, "Sex and the Christian Woman," to help find resources for your questions.
We're excited to begin bringing TCW to you every week. Bimonthly was just too long to wait between visits with you! Connect with us on Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest to let us know how you like our weekly issues, and what topics you'd like to see us cover.
Marian V. Liautaud
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