Opposition to same-sex relationships, sex without marriage, contraception, and abortion all fuel the so called “Values Votes” in national elections. Research shows that the most religious people in America are the least likely to engage in “non-coital” sex. Do religion and sex have to be at war? Which faith teachings support fulfilling sexual lives? Can sex be a spiritual exercise? Can religious faith support women during an abortion? We will address the intersections of faith, gender, and sexuality in American culture. Participants will be encouraged to construct their own spiritual understanding of healthy sexuality and to create sex-positive spiritual messages to use in activism.
- — CatalystCon (@CatalystCon)Sat, Mar 16 2013 12:45:07
- — Joey Bellerdine (@JoJobeth328)Sat, Mar 16 2013 13:01:24
- — Joey Bellerdine (@JoJobeth328)Sat, Mar 16 2013 13:07:29
- — Ash (@VivaciousQuirk)Sat, Mar 16 2013 13:13:09
- — Lucky Tomaszek (@LuckyInMke)Sat, Mar 16 2013 13:21:16
- — Joey Bellerdine (@JoJobeth328)Sat, Mar 16 2013 13:25:24
- — Ash (@VivaciousQuirk)Sat, Mar 16 2013 13:27:03Interesting presentation of "versions" of some of the detachments & splits between Christianity and sex coming from audience. #cconreligion