“When you start thinking, purpose is for me to orgasm,’ I’m like, ‘Thank you, God! But the goal of this distinctly conservative brand of “sex positivity” isn’t to defy the church or its doctrines — it’s to increase sexual intimacy by closely following the Bible’s teachings.
While most churches have avoided preaching pleasure from the pulpit, point to a range of scripture, but in episode after episode they return to the Old Testament’s Song of Solomon, which they say holds answers on everything from oral sex to bikini waxes.
Deb Levine is the Executive Director of Internet Sexuality Information Services, or ISIS, which has contracted with the City and County of San Francisco to provide syphilis elimination services to men who have sex with men in the City, and also to identify their partners on the Internet.
ISIS has worked with online providers to provide online prevention initiatives. have documented high rates of unprotected sex among men recruited from online venues and there are several European studies that have looked at comparing, guys who say that they actually are using chat rooms to those that are not using chat rooms and there is a lot of information, a lot of data, showing that the chat room users are actually reporting higher rates of unprotected sex than the non-chat room users.
You’ve probably heard a lot about sex from your friends, from television, from the internet, and maybe even in the classroom.
But you’re not sure how much of that is true or what is not.
It can help to remember no one has the right to force you to do anything you are uncomfortable with.The roundtable discussion today is about MSM, sex and Internet chat rooms.My name is Mark Vogel and I am the project manager at HIV In Site, and I will be the moderator of today's discussion.So if something is happening and you're not sure about it or in any way uncomfortable you have the right to say no and talk about it with someone you trust who can listen and support you.When you have questions you have the right to find out answers.“I fully admit that the church has not done a great job with sexuality,” host J. “And certainly, I was raised in a culture where there was ‘don’t have sex before marriage,’ but there wasn’t a lot of explanation of what God wanted you to do instead.” Parker, who also maintains a Christian sexual-advice blog at Hot, Holy, and Humorous, says her role as a Christian sexpert grew out of having one-on-one chats with other wives in her hometown of Friendswood, Texas.