"The idea of 'spirit good body bad' is all over our culture and we have to guard against it," Shula says. "Our bodies are created and redeemed by God. No reason why we can't use technology in the bedroom to give each others' bodies pleasure and to celebrate oneness in a beautiful erotic way."
Regardless of their religious beliefs, most long-term couples can attest to occasional dry periods in the bedroom, and Shula says that toys can help enhance sex while building self-awareness in women and honesty between married couples. Now there's something we'd like to hear in a sermon one day. True Tales of Sex After Kids
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