With so many loud voices declaring their personal grievances over sexuality and gender in the Church, those of us who feel differently need to speak up clearly as well.
Is the contest of ideas a fair game? In the liberal vs. conservative battle, who’s really winning? Explore the unseen biases and discover the true essence of this intellectual contest.
Pornography is toxic to relational and sexual health. Recovering from the relational health crisis of pornography involves forsaking pornography and its toxic scripts, regaining and deepening our intimate empathy, and learning and committing to safely hold one another.
How do the teachings of the Church of Jesus Christ help members compassionately support LGBT+ Saints, address pride events, and offer guidance for meaningful dialogue and understanding?
Pop culture shows the married sex lives of religious people as dull and boring, if existent at all. But the research paints a dramatically different picture.
A response to Patrick Mason on gender and sexuality, with suggested readings for those unfamiliar with the robust rationale for Biblical marriage provided by Latter-day Saints and many scholars.
Isn’t it a little strange how fixated some national journalists have become with unsubstantiated rumors about Latter-day Saint sexuality? This isn’t the first time.
Is encouraging women to conform to the diminutive dress standards of Instagram leading them to a place of freedom and power – or just the opposite?
Some mistakenly assume that ongoing restoration means every aspect of the church is open to future change. Here are a few questions for anyone ready to declare a grand future development (just out of current prophetic view).
The “expressive self” tells us that our feelings are the most important part of who we are. How does this impact our understanding of sex, gender, and marriage?
In Faith Matters’ podcast, “Elusive Unity at BYU,” Church teachings about sexuality and the family are characterized as in profound conflict with the “real experiences” of Latter-day Saints identifying as LGBT+. In what ways might unexamined assumptions about identity be contributing to this same divide?
“Sexual soloing” is a normal developmental challenge for many people. Yet contrary to popular declarations, there are a great many empirical reasons to question its widespread embrace as “healthy,” especially in the context of pornographic arousal.