Tag Archives: Sexuality

The root of the problem re: child porn


The root of the problem re: child porn. Advertisements

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123 child victims of Internet sex abuse identified — one just 19 days old, US officials say


123 child victims of Internet sex abuse identified — one just 19 days old, US officials say.

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Sex: A gift from God — not a ‘free-for-all’


Sex: A gift from God — not a ‘free-for-all’.

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Press Release – Sex, Lies, and Christian Women: A Treatise on Sexuality Get it Free on Kindle!


Get it free on kindle starting today Nov. 3-7! http://www.amazon.com/dp/B009ZJQ7LS List Price: $9.99 6″ x 9″ (15.24 x 22.86 cm) Black & White on White paper 76 pages ISBN-13: 978-1480219106 (CreateSpace-Assigned) ISBN-10: 148021910X BISAC: Religion / Sexuality & Gender Studies Sex, Lies, and Christian Women is … Continue reading

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“I’m addicted to masturbation.”


god (Photo credit: the|G|™) “I’m addicted to masturbation.” Dear Sister in Christ, Masturbation in and of itself is not necessarily sin, but when we let it take control of our lives and let God slip from our minds, then that … Continue reading

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’50 Shades of Grey’ Glorifyies Rape – Domestic Violence


Interesting commentary! I like her ideas on Scarlet O’hara and Gone with the Wind as well. “Christian Grey is an abuser. He is emotionally unavailable, emotionally abusive, and sexually exploitative. His complete disregard for his partner’s comfort, experience, and emotional … Continue reading

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DIVIDE AND CONQUER: MARRIED BUT SEPARATE


  I’ve been doing this for 10 years or so.  It worked for us! DIVIDE AND CONQUER: MARRIED BUT SEPARATE Can you love him—even marry him—and still have a place of your own? Kate Bolick investigates a new kind of … Continue reading

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Is Pornography Really Wrong?


When it comes to porn, the question facing many men and women is simple:  is it really wrong?  Is it really that big of a deal?  I mean, it’s just an image on a screen.  It’s not someone I know, … Continue reading

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Teens and Sex on TV


Early sex in the teen population is an important moral, social, and health issue. Although most sexually experienced teens in the church say they wish they had waited longer to have sex, unplanned pregnancies and sexually transmitted diseases are more … Continue reading

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Sexually Explicit Online Content and Teen Recreational Attitudes Toward Sex


The Relationship between Teens’ Exposure to Sexually Explicit Online Content and their Recreational Attitudes Toward Sex Teens’ exposure to sexually explicit online content may be linked to recreational attitudes toward sex. Male teens use sexually explicit online content more than … Continue reading

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Planned Unparenthood at its Best


Planned Parenthood has gone far beyond teaching our kids about healthy human sexuality to purposefully exposing them to pornographic images of unhealthy sex practices in order to get impressionable young minds “hooked” on sex and further their efforts to fund … Continue reading

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A Christian Perspective of Puberty: Boys Growing Up Pure


Puberty is the physical process of growing from a boy to a young man. At sometime between the age of 9 and 18, but usually around 14 years of age for most boys, your body will begin to change to … Continue reading

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A Christian Perspective of Puberty: Girls Growing Up Pure


Mom of 8 Parenting Little People Puberty is the physical process of growing from a girl to a young woman. At sometime between the age of 9 and 18, but usually around 12 years of age for most girls, your … Continue reading

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Sexuality and Pornography


The act of Copulation or sex was designed by God to be a wonderful experience between a husband and a wife, both for procreation and for the expression of love and fulfillment one toward another. When neither purpose is being … Continue reading

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A Christian Perspective of the Systemic Outcomes of Media Addictions – Part 6


A Christian Perspective of the Systemic Outcomes of Media Addictions – Part 6 ©2003 Kimberly Hartfield Television viewing is a major influence on children and adolescents, even in Christian families, who may limit this activity more so than others might. … Continue reading

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A Christian Perspective on Sexual Abstinence


Most Christians believe that early initiation of sex has harmful consequences for teens. Early sex has various risk factors, including increased risk of dangerous sexual behaviors, more sex partners, intercourse under the influence, negative health outcomes, and later problems in … Continue reading

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A Christian Perspective on Exploring Sexuality


Some Christians find it hard to address the issue of sexuality either for themselves and their spouses or to their children.   But in order to have a healthy view of sexuality, Christians must learn to communicate on this important subject.  … Continue reading

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A Christian Perspective of Male Retarded or Delayed Ejaculation


  A Christian Perspective of Male Retarded or Delayed Ejaculation ©2010 Kimberly Hartfield, B.S.,M.S.   As Christians, we often have difficulty discussing matters of sexuality, but this shouldn’t be the case.  Certain problems of sexuality affect Christians just like the … Continue reading

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