A LITTLE OF MY STORY
I'm a girl from the Middle of Nowhere, Idaho. I was raised by wonderful Christian parents who should win every parenting award other than "sex education in the home." I've made it my life's mission to be the sex educator I so desperately needed.
Growing up, I was taught that sex was holy within marriage and sinful outside of it. Everything else I knew about sex (which, to be fair, was very little) came from hushed lunchroom conversations at school.
As I grew into adulthood and started dating seriously, I began to recognize just how insufficient (and unreliable) my sex education had been. I decided to take my education into my own hands, which eventually led to a master's in Marriage, Family, & Human Development with an emphasis in Healthy Sexuality.
And I want the same for you.
Like so many of you, I have faced sexual shame as a less-than-educated single Christian, body insecurity, struggles to keep my boundaries in dating relationship, and challenges in my marital sexual relationship. These struggles are normal.
But, when I faced these challenges, I struggled to find many research- and faith-based resources to help me through them.
Several years, a master's degree in Marriage, Family, and Human Development and thousands of hours sex research later, I have vowed to become the sex educator that I so desperately needed. And maybe I can be that for you.
Spicy foods (it's a pregnancy thing), Madam Secretary, kind humans, pancakes absolutely swimming in buttermilk syrup, stretchy pants + oversized t-shirts, all the cuddles I can get.
I can't please everyone. It's easier (and much more effective) to just say what I actually mean. Following Jesus is simpler than we often make it. True love is worth the effort it requires.
Early mornings, rude people on social media, shrimp & lobster (I promise it doesn't matter how you prepare it), morning sickness, scrubbing the shower, using guilt to encourage abstinence.
Food is meant to be enjoyed. Sex is a gift from God. Jesus is the best thing to ever happen to me. Being kind to people is really not that difficult. Clothes should be comfy first, then cute.
If you're into comfortable conversations about sex + sexuality, dating horror stories, marriage tips for everyday couples, & Jesus-lovin' content, then you've come to the right place.
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