5-myths-sex-porn-blog-postWhen I started this website back in 2002 I knew one thing. People were hurting because they struggled with sex and porn.

What I didn’t know was that women were struggling with this a lot too. Seems kind of stupid now when I think about it, but 13 years ago the idea of women struggling with things like masturbation, sex and porn just wasn’t on my radar.

Well, one thing that 13 years has taught me is that women deal with these issues just like men. In fact, in many ways, it’s worse because since they are women and “shouldn’t struggle with these types of things” they deal with a unique type of shame.

Sure, men feel a lot of shame about porn use and masturbation too but it’s different because in many ways society expects guys to want sex. To look at porn when given the opportunity. To visit a strip club on their bachelor party.

But women? Who knew?

Our friends from Bad Christian decided to tackle this misconception when they put out a great book called The M Word. You can read my thoughts on it in this post. They also interviewed a woman on the topic in this podcast who just happened to be a gal from one of our X3groups. They did this because these guys think a lot like me.

They believe it’s time to start talking about all those things that the church often avoids. (Tweet This!)

I really love what these guys are doing so we decided to put together a webinar with them called 5 Myths About Women, Sex, and Porn. It was hosted by our friend and XXXchurch blogger Shellie Warren.

I want to encourage you to check this out. If you are a woman, a man, a parent, a pastor, or a teenager – this webinar is going to open up the door on some difficult topics and will help you come to grips with the reality that we all (men and women alike) struggle with matters of sex and porn. (Tweet This!)

Here are a couple of questions you might be asking:

1. What will I learn from the webinar?
Shellie talks about these things and more:

  • Do women struggle with sex like men?
  • Are women actually into porn?
  • How big an issue is masturbation for women?
  • Do women feel safe to share about these things with other women?
  • And more

2. Is this webinar only for women?
Definitely not! Shellie talks about things that are NOT just of interest to women, but anyone.

This is a great webinar event and we did it with some great people.

Don’t miss out.

Watch It Now!

 

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