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God's command, being another, so much as it was a whole picture of our sexual response involving our bodies, involving our emotions, what we feel about sex, what goes on whether we're sad, mad, glad, scared, or extremely joyous. So the first thing I would go over with couples who were planning to be married, is to be able to understand that sexuality is part of our spirituality. So couples can get scared that this is going to be the setup, that things are going to change. What is marriage? What is the relationship between sex and spirituality? How do we put that together? Sex therapist Gina Ogden had known for years that sexuality and spirituality are connected. You can't remove the piece called sex from all that we are as human beings and as married beings, and still have a whole picture. If I'm the woman, there's a lot of baggage in our culture that goes along with marriage that says that men are supposed to be on top. If I am the man, I have to take charge because that's what men are supposed to do. Women somehow have less say. What I've found so often happens with couples who've been happily living together, suddenly it's, "Oh my God, I have this performance thing that is put on me, things are going to change once I've made this public commitment and announcement, things will never be the same. In my nationwide survey of 4, people on sexuality and spirituality, I found that it wasn't so much sex being one thing and spirituality, i. In fact, spirituality is also part of our sexuality. But when she did a national survey of almost 4, women and men on their attitudes toward sex, she was amazed at how strong that connection actually is for so many. In preparing for marriage, again I say that you may need to get beyond the cultural norm that says men are bigger, better, stronger than women, and that women really don't want sex, women are "the weaker sex," we're not equal. For most people it's a public commitment to be faithful, to be monogamous with one another, to really focus on one another and stay there through thick and thin, sickness and health, and to pool their resources, whether those are money, parenting skills with children, or sexual feelings. Spirituality is about being good, it's about being holy, it's about attending worship services, etc. All of these are loaded terms because we've been trained in this culture to see spirituality as very separate from sex. What about couples who have saved themselves for marriage? How do you explain to couples that sex has spiritual aspects beyond procreation? Let each other know how much this means to you, and don't look for the benchmarks of sexual success like perfect intercourse, perfect orgasm, and above all, know that sex is much more than intercourse or orgasm or procreation. That's part of fulfilling the commandments of the Lord. It's about your body, mind, heart, and soul—you're in it for a long life together, and that is part of the spirituality of it, your commitment. Sex, the way the culture frames it, is a dirty word, and particularly for women. It's a double-message of our culture that says sex is dirty, save it for the one you love. What happens when you finally make that commitment? I would say, allow yourself to love each other, and allow the love to come out physically and emotionally, and spiritually as well. What do you think are the biggest misconceptions about marital sex? I would say, go gentle into that good night. Sex gina



It's about your body, mind, heart, and soul—you're in it for a long life together, and that is part of the spirituality of it, your commitment. Sex therapist Gina Ogden had known for years that sexuality and spirituality are connected. You can't remove the piece called sex from all that we are as human beings and as married beings, and still have a whole picture. There are certain religious belief systems that say, go forth and multiply. So couples can get scared that this is going to be the setup, that things are going to change. How do you explain to couples that sex has spiritual aspects beyond procreation? In preparing for marriage, again I say that you may need to get beyond the cultural norm that says men are bigger, better, stronger than women, and that women really don't want sex, women are "the weaker sex," we're not equal. Sex, the way the culture frames it, is a dirty word, and particularly for women. Let each other know how much this means to you, and don't look for the benchmarks of sexual success like perfect intercourse, perfect orgasm, and above all, know that sex is much more than intercourse or orgasm or procreation. How do we put that together? If I am the man, I have to take charge because that's what men are supposed to do.

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I would say, go gentle into that good night. I would say, allow yourself to love each other, and allow the love to come out physically and emotionally, and spiritually as well. You can't remove the piece called sex from all that we are as human beings and as married beings, and still have a whole picture. Also, we always have to remember the messages we've gotten probably as children, and certainly as adults, that good girls don't…or do they? There are certain religious belief systems that say, go forth and multiply. All of these are loaded terms because we've been trained in this culture to see spirituality as very separate from sex. So the first thing I would go over with couples who were planning to be married, is to be able to understand that sexuality is part of our spirituality. In preparing for marriage, again I say that you may need to get beyond the cultural norm that says men are bigger, better, stronger than women, and that women really don't want sex, women are "the weaker sex," we're not equal. I call it the "cultural missionary position," where it's not ok for women to be equal anymore. What I've found so often happens with couples who've been happily living together, suddenly it's, "Oh my God, I have this performance thing that is put on me, things are going to change once I've made this public commitment and announcement, things will never be the same. That's part of fulfilling the commandments of the Lord. How do you explain to couples that sex has spiritual aspects beyond procreation? It's not ok for a woman to feel lusty, to feel open, to really love sex. What about couples who have saved themselves for marriage? But when she did a national survey of almost 4, women and men on their attitudes toward sex, she was amazed at how strong that connection actually is for so many. What is marriage? In fact, spirituality is also part of our sexuality. What is the relationship between sex and spirituality? What happens when you finally make that commitment? So couples can get scared that this is going to be the setup, that things are going to change. What do you think are the biggest misconceptions about marital sex? Let each other know how much this means to you, and don't look for the benchmarks of sexual success like perfect intercourse, perfect orgasm, and above all, know that sex is much more than intercourse or orgasm or procreation. In my nationwide survey of 4, people on sexuality and spirituality, I found that it wasn't so much sex being one thing and spirituality, i. For most people it's a public commitment to be faithful, to be monogamous with one another, to really focus on one another and stay there through thick and thin, sickness and health, and to pool their resources, whether those are money, parenting skills with children, or sexual feelings.



































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That's part of fulfilling the commandments of the Lord. It's about your body, mind, heart, and soul—you're in it for a long life together, and that is part of the spirituality of it, your commitment. What about couples who have saved themselves for marriage? Also, we always have to remember the messages we've gotten probably as children, and certainly as adults, that good girls don't…or do they? In preparing for marriage, again I say that you may need to get beyond the cultural norm that says men are bigger, better, stronger than women, and that women really don't want sex, women are "the weaker sex," we're not equal. What is marriage? I call it the "cultural missionary position," where it's not ok for women to be equal anymore. It's a double-message of our culture that says sex is dirty, save it for the one you love. Spirituality is about being good, it's about being holy, it's about attending worship services, etc. What I've found so often happens with couples who've been happily living together, suddenly it's, "Oh my God, I have this performance thing that is put on me, things are going to change once I've made this public commitment and announcement, things will never be the same. Women somehow have less say. What do you think are the biggest misconceptions about marital sex? How do you explain to couples that sex has spiritual aspects beyond procreation? In fact, spirituality is also part of our sexuality. Sex, the way the culture frames it, is a dirty word, and particularly for women. God's command, being another, so much as it was a whole picture of our sexual response involving our bodies, involving our emotions, what we feel about sex, what goes on whether we're sad, mad, glad, scared, or extremely joyous. I would say, allow yourself to love each other, and allow the love to come out physically and emotionally, and spiritually as well. Sex therapist Gina Ogden had known for years that sexuality and spirituality are connected. Let each other know how much this means to you, and don't look for the benchmarks of sexual success like perfect intercourse, perfect orgasm, and above all, know that sex is much more than intercourse or orgasm or procreation. If I'm the woman, there's a lot of baggage in our culture that goes along with marriage that says that men are supposed to be on top. What is the relationship between sex and spirituality? There are certain religious belief systems that say, go forth and multiply. Be very gentle with one another, because there is so much loaded on you about sexual function, sexual dysfunction, who does what to whom, and what is appropriate, and how many orgasms you're supposed to have. For most people it's a public commitment to be faithful, to be monogamous with one another, to really focus on one another and stay there through thick and thin, sickness and health, and to pool their resources, whether those are money, parenting skills with children, or sexual feelings. All of these are loaded terms because we've been trained in this culture to see spirituality as very separate from sex. We somehow have to do something different. What happens when you finally make that commitment?

How do we put that together? God's command, being another, so much as it was a whole picture of our sexual response involving our bodies, involving our emotions, what we feel about sex, what goes on whether we're sad, mad, glad, scared, or extremely joyous. That's part of fulfilling the commandments of the Lord. So couples can get scared that this is going to be the setup, that things are going to change. I call it the "cultural missionary position," where it's not ok for women to be equal anymore. In fact, spirituality is also part of our sexuality. In preparing for marriage, again I say that you may need to get beyond the cultural norm that says men are bigger, better, stronger than women, and that women really don't want sex, women are "the weaker sex," we're not equal. It's about your body, mind, heart, and soul—you're in it for a long life together, and that is part of the spirituality of it, your commitment. So the first thing I would go over with couples who were planning to be married, is to be able to understand that sexuality is part of our spirituality. Sex therapist Gina Ogden had known for years that sexuality and spirituality are connected. Let each other know how much this means to you, and don't look for the benchmarks of sexual success like perfect intercourse, perfect orgasm, and above all, know that sex is much more than intercourse or orgasm or procreation. What I've found so often happens with couples who've been happily living together, suddenly it's, "Oh my God, I have this performance thing that is put on me, things are going to change once I've made this public commitment and announcement, things will never be the same. All of these are loaded terms because we've been trained in this culture to see spirituality as very separate from sex. It's a double-message of our culture that says sex is dirty, save it for the one you love. I would say, go gentle into that good night. Women somehow have less say. If I'm the woman, there's a lot of baggage in our culture that goes along with marriage that says that men are supposed to be on top. There are certain religious belief systems that say, go forth and multiply. If I am the man, I have to take charge because that's what men are supposed to do. But when she did a national survey of almost 4, women and men on their attitudes toward sex, she was amazed at how strong that connection actually is for so many. For most people it's a public commitment to be faithful, to be monogamous with one another, to really focus on one another and stay there through thick and thin, sickness and health, and to pool their resources, whether those are money, parenting skills with children, or sexual feelings. Sex gina



So the first thing I would go over with couples who were planning to be married, is to be able to understand that sexuality is part of our spirituality. What do you think are the biggest misconceptions about marital sex? Women somehow have less say. It's about your body, mind, heart, and soul—you're in it for a long life together, and that is part of the spirituality of it, your commitment. We somehow have to do something different. What is marriage? Sex therapist Gina Ogden had known for years that sexuality and spirituality are connected. Spirituality is about being good, it's about being holy, it's about attending worship services, etc. Be very gentle with one another, because there is so much loaded on you about sexual function, sexual dysfunction, who does what to whom, and what is appropriate, and how many orgasms you're supposed to have. In my nationwide survey of 4, people on sexuality and spirituality, I found that it wasn't so much sex being one thing and spirituality, i. God's command, being another, so much as it was a whole picture of our sexual response involving our bodies, involving our emotions, what we feel about sex, what goes on whether we're sad, mad, glad, scared, or extremely joyous. How do we put that together? Let each other know how much this means to you, and don't look for the benchmarks of sexual success like perfect intercourse, perfect orgasm, and above all, know that sex is much more than intercourse or orgasm or procreation. What happens when you finally make that commitment? If I'm the woman, there's a lot of baggage in our culture that goes along with marriage that says that men are supposed to be on top. There are certain religious belief systems that say, go forth and multiply. But when she did a national survey of almost 4, women and men on their attitudes toward sex, she was amazed at how strong that connection actually is for so many. In fact, spirituality is also part of our sexuality. How do you explain to couples that sex has spiritual aspects beyond procreation?

Sex gina



How do you explain to couples that sex has spiritual aspects beyond procreation? Sex, the way the culture frames it, is a dirty word, and particularly for women. That's part of fulfilling the commandments of the Lord. God's command, being another, so much as it was a whole picture of our sexual response involving our bodies, involving our emotions, what we feel about sex, what goes on whether we're sad, mad, glad, scared, or extremely joyous. What about couples who have saved themselves for marriage? All of these are loaded terms because we've been trained in this culture to see spirituality as very separate from sex. What is the relationship between sex and spirituality? Sex therapist Gina Ogden had known for years that sexuality and spirituality are connected. So the first thing I would go over with couples who were planning to be married, is to be able to understand that sexuality is part of our spirituality. Be very gentle with one another, because there is so much loaded on you about sexual function, sexual dysfunction, who does what to whom, and what is appropriate, and how many orgasms you're supposed to have. I would say, go gentle into that good night. How do we put that together? It's a double-message of our culture that says sex is dirty, save it for the one you love.

Sex gina



I would say, go gentle into that good night. That's part of fulfilling the commandments of the Lord. How do you explain to couples that sex has spiritual aspects beyond procreation? God's command, being another, so much as it was a whole picture of our sexual response involving our bodies, involving our emotions, what we feel about sex, what goes on whether we're sad, mad, glad, scared, or extremely joyous. So the first thing I would go over with couples who were planning to be married, is to be able to understand that sexuality is part of our spirituality. Sex therapist Gina Ogden had known for years that sexuality and spirituality are connected. What do you think are the biggest misconceptions about marital sex? For most people it's a public commitment to be faithful, to be monogamous with one another, to really focus on one another and stay there through thick and thin, sickness and health, and to pool their resources, whether those are money, parenting skills with children, or sexual feelings. What happens when you finally make that commitment? In fact, spirituality is also part of our sexuality. We somehow have to do something different. It's a double-message of our culture that says sex is dirty, save it for the one you love. Let each other know how much this means to you, and don't look for the benchmarks of sexual success like perfect intercourse, perfect orgasm, and above all, know that sex is much more than intercourse or orgasm or procreation. Sex, the way the culture frames it, is a dirty word, and particularly for women. But when she did a national survey of almost 4, women and men on their attitudes toward sex, she was amazed at how strong that connection actually is for so many. I call it the "cultural missionary position," where it's not ok for women to be equal anymore. I would say, allow yourself to love each other, and allow the love to come out physically and emotionally, and spiritually as well. In my nationwide survey of 4, people on sexuality and spirituality, I found that it wasn't so much sex being one thing and spirituality, i. What about couples who have saved themselves for marriage? How do we put that together? So couples can get scared that this is going to be the setup, that things are going to change. You can't remove the piece called sex from all that we are as human beings and as married beings, and still have a whole picture. It's about your body, mind, heart, and soul—you're in it for a long life together, and that is part of the spirituality of it, your commitment. All of these are loaded terms because we've been trained in this culture to see spirituality as very separate from sex.

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  1. But when she did a national survey of almost 4, women and men on their attitudes toward sex, she was amazed at how strong that connection actually is for so many. What happens when you finally make that commitment?

  2. Let each other know how much this means to you, and don't look for the benchmarks of sexual success like perfect intercourse, perfect orgasm, and above all, know that sex is much more than intercourse or orgasm or procreation. It's not ok for a woman to feel lusty, to feel open, to really love sex. But when she did a national survey of almost 4, women and men on their attitudes toward sex, she was amazed at how strong that connection actually is for so many.

  3. I would say, allow yourself to love each other, and allow the love to come out physically and emotionally, and spiritually as well. Spirituality is about being good, it's about being holy, it's about attending worship services, etc.

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