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Questions You Can't Ask Your Mama About Sex (invert) Paperback – February 14, 2005
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'...truthful, direct, disturbing, wonderful....It's a book you could give directly to a struggling youth (or adult), though it could be used in a group setting as well. Well-written; a great addition to your toolbox.' (YouthWorker Journal)
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Not the birds and the bee's, guys' plumbing vs. girls' plumbing, how-it-all-works talk. Let's talk about sexuality; your sexuality and the sexuality of others. Let's talk about what is and isn't okay to look at, do, and think about. Questions You Can't Ask Your Mama About Sex is exactly that---questions too uncomfortable to talk about with your parents. This collection of discussions is drawn from real questions asked of the folks at XXXchurch.com. No topic is off limits---masturbation, pre-marital sex, technical virginity, pornography, homosexuality, sex toys, sex addiction. Not for the squeamish, these issues focus on the culture and commerce of sex to tell you what God has to say about keeping your clothes on. If you have questions about 'doin' it' that are burning a hole in the back of your head (or somewhere else on your body), look no further than this book.
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Hope the next book will be a little better written, still being reallllyyy excited and expectant
Definitely a step up from the "Sex Education" books I read as a kid.
I found this to be a helpful starting point when addressing questions in both the generations of people born in 80-present. I have experience working as a Director of Youth and Family Ministry. I don't agree with all of the content, but as I said: this could be a good springboard to lead into conversations about 'Purity'.
God created the joyful experience of sex, and it is good, like all things God made. Too bad this book's (and the evangelical church's) approach will sucker so many people into fearing what they could otherwise deeply enjoy. But then, they are too busy hating anyone who doesn't think like they do to enjoy much of anything.