I got this email today. I get this at least once a month, so thought I would just post it (and note, this is exactly what was written):
According to a 2003 Newsweek study, between 15% and 20% of couples are living in a sexless marriage, defined as making love no more than 10 times a year. While sex is not the be-all, end-all to a marriage, it is definitely one of the best ways to maintain intimacy.
I hear women hold sex over a lot of men's head and I just laugh. Just because women aren't as visual as men doesn't mean they don't enjoy sex as much as men.
I went to see 50 Shades Darker with Jeanette last night in Hollywood.
As I read on YAHOO SPORTS, you know what suddenly became way more exciting than the USC game ... These headlines:
The Barna Group recently released an extensive study about the attitudes of porn in modern America, especially among young people and churchgoers. They surveyed over 3000 people and found that, overall, porn has become more accepted and normalized.
So, you're a man, and you're married. Congratulations! Being married can be awesome and liberating. You get to spend the rest of your life with your best friend and someone who complements you completely — it's tremendous.
If you've ever been around me for 30 consecutive seconds, you know that I'm a pretty competitive guy. I don't know where it comes from — it's just part of my personality, I guess. It's how I was able to launch an international ministry.
I once spoke at a marriage conference … where I heard an interesting fact about the relationship between happiness in a marriage and the amount of times the husband and wife in that couple were engaging in sexual activity. In other words, the more frequently husbands and wives have sex with each other, the happier they tend to be with their marriage …
One of our focuses here at XXXchurch has always been on those who are in the porn industry. We meet so many of them during outreaches and we've long known that they're regular people, just like you and me: they have dreams for life, they have bills to pay, they have parents and family and (occasionally) children.
I'm not surprised that Josh Duggar had an Ashley Madison account. I'm also not surprised that his admission of that only came after it was exposed online, and that it included a plea for prayer for his wife and family.