Celeste, writing for weblog "I Believe in a Thing Called Love" reviews my online course in a post titled Resources for Improving Intimacy: "The Art of Desire".
"This course was so much more eye-opening for me than I ever anticipated. I was expecting it to go something like, “for years you thought sex was bad and now you need to know sex is good, let’s discuss.” But it was so, SO much more than that. It made me take a good, hard, thorough look at myself, my relationship to desire and all sorts of masks and facades I may be hiding behind that I didn’t realize were there at all.
..Maybe my favorite thing from the course was that it called me out, it calls us all out on consistently defining our desire (women’s desire) only in terms of men’s desires. Generally, we focus on men as the desirers (active) and women as the ones who are desirable (passive). As LDS women, our relationship to desire is primarily REPRESSION (occasionally mixed with fear, guilt and/or control). This focus on desirability instead of desire fosters non-identification with our self-knowledge and our desires and deeply undermines women’s strength and self-confidence. ... I’m starting to see sex in a totally new way. "
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