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It’s no secret that pornography, sexting, affairs, casual sex and other “private” decisions have lowered standards for our relationships. Sooner or later, those secrets are often exposed and affect many lives. So what steps can be taken to make a change in the culture? In this webinar, Cristina Barba of The Culture Project will discuss

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Anna Weygandt shares her story with Moral Revolution in her article, The 23 Year Old Virgin. Anna describes growing up in an environment where sex was never discussed. She describes being constantly reminded of the negative impacts of sex outside of marriage without being taught that sex is a powerful, bonding, life-giving gift within marriage. Click HERE to

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“You should have sex with the people you date because you need to know you are sexually compatible.” This myth would not be a myth if sex were static. But it is not. Even secular sex columnists agree that sex is composed of learned “skills.” Indeed, sex requires a level of communication, practice and patience. This reality

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Dating apps, television shows and social media has lowered the bar when it comes to commitment. In a culture where first dates have become more casual, it is more important than ever to set clear expectations when going on a first date. So what’s the difference between going out for coffee and going to dinner? Moral

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According to Shannon Ethridge, anyone, no matter how smart, popular or religious can develop a sexual addiction. In her book Every Young Woman’s Battle Ethridge outlines six facts about women and masturbation: 1. Masturbation is a problem for both men and women. 2. If you are tempted to masturbate, it does not mean that you are a

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When Ashley Bever asked to see her 11-year-old child’s sex education curriculum the instructor was reluctant. Bever told WORLD Magazine of her shock as she read what was being taught in the San Diego public school that her daughter attended. Several times the curriculum, Rights, Respect, Responsibility, instructs middle school students that they can self-refer to a clinic “like

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Do you feel like you have been waiting for that “special someone” forever? Or maybe you have met that “special someone” and pursuing purity together is becoming more difficult? Take a moment to reflect on the extraordinary gift you will give your future spouse. By waiting to have sex until marriage you show your significant

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People tend to move from place to place with the hope of starting anew. They tend to travel around the world, looking to find themselves, intending to escape their troubles. In response to this, Seneca, a Roman philosopher from the 2nd century once wrote, “Your faults will follow you withersoever you travel.” Even though Seneca

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The new Netflix series GLOW, about a women’s wrestling show, is being acclaimed as a feminist ‘send-up of industry sexism’ (Salon), stated WORLD Magazine. Ironically, GLOW feels more like a show about the making of pornography. Ruth, the main character, is a struggling actress in 1980’s Los Angeles who is unable to find work except in the porn industry.

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All people long to be loved, whether they acknowledge it or not. Unfortunately many men and women, coming from hurtful past relationships with their family or significant others find themselves so desperate for attention and affection that they stoop quite low to satisfy these deep longings. Yet when men and women stoop so low, as

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