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Christian Women and Sex

I’m a Christian, a wife, mother, grandmother, baby boomer---and I enjoy sex! I can just hear someone reading this say “What?! Yes, I’m a baby boomer woman who enjoys intimacy and I’m not embarrassed to say so.

It’s not a topic I openly discuss because, quite frankly, my fellow, married baby boomer girlfriends aren’t interested in sharing details of what goes on in their bedrooms. And my girlfriends, who are single, don’t want me to know if they’re committing a sin. Of course, I would never provide explicit details of my love life but I have no problem letting anyone, who asks, know I love my husband in every possible way.

If you’re a baby boomer, Christian and married, I encourage you to read the Song of Solomon. I think this book of the Bible may have been a revelation by God of the way real love between a man and a woman should be and that sex in a marriage is to be celebrated.

If you’re a baby boomer, I also invite you to tune into my internet radio show on Monday, May 26 when I discuss Christian Women and Sex with other married women who share my sentiments. That’s on BlogTalk Radio at 12pm EST.

“Let him kiss me with the kisses of his mouth: for thy love is better than wine.” Song of Solomon 1:2

Comments

PopArtDiva said…
Bev - how funny! I just posted a comment on your Talk2Bev blog where I quoted the Song of Solomon, lol.

It is some of the most beautiful love poetry in history, evocative, descriptive and melodic.

Happy Memorial Day!

PopArtDiva
Kathie Thomas said…
I didn't get to hear the teleseminar but I do know that Christian husbands and wives have a freedom in making love that many others don't. I love that I don't suffer guilt or carry baggage or anything because our marriage was meant to be. No cloak and dagger stuff, no hiding our relationship. And our daughters are left in on doubt how their parents feel about one another.

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