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The Real Problem With Female Masturbation


Apr 23 2014
Call it what it is: Ladies who lust.

Piper is missing (at least in this post) one step that Marlena Graves gets right in her post Getting to the Root of Female Masturbation: In the end, being involved in a Christian community where it's safe to be struggling is essential. Every man I know who has achieved success in this struggle has been part of a strong accountability group where friends wrestle and pray over this together. I hope that Christian women can offer a community where accountability groups don't simply attempt to address intimacy issues, but where sisters in Christ can grow in the power, love, and self-control promised us in the Holy Spirit together.

Jordan Monge is the northeast regional director of The Veritas Forum and a regular contributor to the magazine Fare Forward. She blogs at jordanmonge.com.

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