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Jefferson City, Missouri, is a place where it's harder for a college-educated, twentysomething, professional, Christian man to find a date than it is to find a good coffeehouse or bookstore.
My introduction to sex education was not presented as something that loving partners did to care for each other, but rather something horrific and ugly that a man did to a woman or child.
I learned very quickly that sex was shameful, and not something you talked about openly.
I sat for hours listening to straight white men talk about how there would be college professors who would challenge my faith and ridicule me for believing in God, and how there would be roommates, friends, or coworkers that would pressure me into having sex — because having sex as a good straight Christian woman, as we all know, is the cardinal sin.
This week, we’re inviting you to share your stories—uncut and uncensored.They are asking for submissions, including both posts on personal blogs, which they can link up, and original essays. Last month, he appeared on NPR, walking back his book in ways that were promising but not all the way there.If your life, too, was changed by I Kissed Dating Goodbye, I’d encourage you to consider participating! The question I asked then was this: Has Josh actually changed his mind on any of the positions he laid out in his book?We want to curate these stories in the hopes of preventing more damage from being done and to provide an alternative narrative to the rigid and narrow thinking that IKDG and Harris’ other work espouses.Click through to learn more about how you can participate, and to read the stories already submitted!