Theme music, "Doing My Best," provided by Jack White (We recognize that nymphomania is a legitimate illness for some women and we don’t mean to minimize that in any way.I don’t always agree with everything Dianna says, but I think her perspective is tremendously valuable and important to consider.
The definition of a nympho is “a woman with abnormal sexual desires.” Sometimes we do feel abnormal, and while sometimes it is with people who are not Christians it can also be when we are in groups of Christian women. While our name includes the term “nympho,” we also first and foremost refer to ourselves as Christians.
The core of our identity is that we belong to God and have a connection to Him because of our faith in the saving power of the work of Jesus Christ on the cross.
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About this episode The busyness of life sometimes overtakes our schedules and sexual intimacy is pushed farther and farther down the list of priorities.
In this episode, we consider whether or not to leave sexual intimacy as an afterthought.
Dianna does a great job of synthesizing the insights of intersectional feminism and Christian theology on her blog.
She has just released Damaged Goods: New Perspectives on Christian Purity which seeks to advance a healthier vision for sexuality than the one she received from her upbringing in conservative evangelical purity culture.
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