By now you’ve read (or should have read) my response to the viral article “I Am a Single Christian Woman and I Like Sex”. I had posted my response on Twitter, and as per my custom, I tagged the original author. Usually, when I do this, the original author does not respond, and I thought … Continue reading The Author of “I’m a Single Christian Woman and I Like Sex” Responded to My Response. Here’s What She Said…
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?
Can I just say that I low-key have a crush on Michelle Williams’s fiancé Chad Johnson? When I first heard news of this engagement, my first thoughts were: Wasn’t she already with someone? Well, good for her. Oh! He’s White!! At least someone loves us… we can always count on a White man to appreciate … Continue reading They That Wait!!: The Story of Chad Johnson (and Michelle Williams)
If I’m going to be single at age 45 or up, I want to be like Tracee Ellis Ross. Part of the issue of long-term singleness into older adulthood is that we don’t really know what that looks like — or rather, we don’t have many positive, inspiring role models. We know what 30 and … Continue reading Tracee Ellis Ross Talks Being Single Over 40 & Childless
Famed comedian Leslie Jones posted the following on Twitter a few days ago, and it hit everyone (including myself) in the feels: Ok back to cardio. But confession I feel like I’m doing it for nothing. I know it not I’m healthy and look good but I really feel like “what’s it all for” if … Continue reading What I’d Say to Leslie Jones (@Lesdoggg) and Permission to Feel Whatever You’re Feeling
Singleness can be a good gift, but it’s often unwanted. God gives many the desire for marriage, but not the spouse, sometimes not even the opportunity. Here’s a path to joy and contentment. Source: The Good Unwanted Gift of Singleness | Desiring God Continue reading The Good Unwanted Gift of Singleness | Desiring God
So I received some feedback on my last post, and felt it necessary to respond publicly in case other people had similar questions. I fear that I wasn’t as clear as I had wanted to be. Continue reading “If I Weren’t a Christian, I’d Be Married By Now” Explained