sexNspirit is our relationship, sexuality and spirituality blog. ALL adult (18+) women are welcome to contribute to this blog regardless of ethnicity, color, faith/belief tradition (or the absence of one), sexual orientation/preference, or marital status.
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Creating sexNspirit came from my Doctor of Ministry research completed in 2012 at Columbia Theological Seminary, Decatur, GA: Who Told You that You Were Naked?: Creating Space for Black Women to Reclaim their Goodness as Sexual and Spiritual Beings
Again, while the research focused on single, heterosexual, Protestant, African-American women of Generation X, ALL adult (18+) women are welcome to contribute to this blog regardless of ethnicity, color, faith/belief tradition (or the absence of one), sexual orientation/preference or marital status.
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