When dating, how much time do you think should pass before having sex?
Sex & Jesus Question #1:
Today's inaugural question comes from a near and dear friend, one of my besties actually! Since she asked it on THE day I planned to begin the post, it only made sense to let hers be #1. So, without further ado, the question is...
What makes sex, sex?
Or more specifically; what physically constitutes sex in your mind?
Sex & Jesus Question of the Day
As many of you know, I’m currently working on my very first non-fiction book, Sex & Jesus, and feel like your input would benefit my project greatly. I’ve posed “Questions of the Day” for the last couple years on Facebook and have always been entertained and enlightened by the answers my friends put out there. Here’s the ting, a lot of the questions I want to ask for Sex & Jesus (and my own personal curiosity) are more controversial than I want to post on Facebook, so I’ll be asking them from my website.
It’s a shot in the dark. I have no idea if anyone will click over to my site, I have no idea if anyone will be bold enough to answer honestly, I have no idea if this will work, but like with most things I do in life... I’m going to feel the fear and do it anyway. So let the questions and answers begin!
Please answer, please debate, please keep it respectful. Everyone has their own story and I’m looking to understand what all is out there. If you’re not comfortable posting publicly you can ALWAYS email me at: firstname.lastname@example.org and I’ll keep your name private.
Here are the detailed reasons I’m posting “Sex & Jesus Questions of the Day” on my website:
1) First and foremost, I am a pretty conservative woman and have many conservative friends on Facebook and I don’t want to be directly offensive to anyone. I know people are going to find reason to disapprove no matter what I write, but I figure at least this way, you’ve been warned, and you will only be exposed IF you choose to click and read the question.
2) Because of the Facebook platform itself. I don’t own it, therefore everything I post can be deleted or censored. Rather than risk a Facebook grounding, or worse, banning from their site I think it’s best to direct the questions away from there.
3) Having you jump to my site regularly makes my website numbers better, and who doesn’t want better click-through?!
4) Finally, having the questions in a neat and tidy space on my own site will make pulling up data a million times easier than sifting through all my Facebook posts, because we all know I post way too many. ;)
Question of the day!
Be prepared for all things Sex & Jesus, for the current line of questioning.