Introvert that I am, I was made for this. I had an employer who continued to pay me as I worked from home. I had Wi-Fi. I have no children. A friend shared his Netflix password. I was #blessed.
Anxiety soon descended. Continue reading “Alone” — My Piece for the New York Times
Update: To see the author (Candice Benbow)’s response to my response, click here. One thing that I appreciate about my friendship with Jonathan is our ability to talk to one another about anything and everything – including our sex lives (or lack thereof) without shame or judgment. But we don’t just talk about our lives … Continue reading “Does Jesus Care About My Vagina?”: A Response to “I’m a Single Christian Woman and I Like Sex”
I am going to attempt to discuss something that will probably put me in the dog house no matter what I say, simply because people have such strong opinions about it. The word itself often immediately evokes disgust, defensiveness, embarrassment and shame… I’m gonna talk about masturbation. This is the much-promised blog post I alluded … Continue reading Is Masturbation a Sin?
I don’t know if it’s being thirty or if it’s the #RoyalWedding, but this year, in particular, has brought out my inner Bitter Betty. I think I’m bitter about (still) being single. (Since this had the potential of being a sombre post, I’ve sprinkled gifs throughout for the sake of levity. 🙂 ) Lately, when … Continue reading How Not To Be Bitter About Being Single (#RoyalWedding)