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WE SURVEYED 20,000 WOMEN TO DISCOVER

WHAT MAKES SEX GREAT FOR SOME

AND TERRIBLE FOR OTHERS.

We’d like to tell you what we found.

Sex is supposed to be easy. So how does it go so wrong?

 

  • You thought you’d have sex regularly, but your spouse has no libido.
  • You thought sex would make you feel close, loved, and cherished by your spouse–but instead, it makes you feel used.
  • You thought sexual sin would be easy to overcome once you were married and could finally have sex, but you still feel helpless.
  • You thought sex would feel good, but you haven’t had an orgasm.
  • Or maybe not only does sex not feel good, sex actually hurts.

So how did we get in this whole mess? And how do we find our way back to true, wedded bliss?

We asked over 20,000 women a long (and incredibly invasive) survey about their marriages, their sex lives, and what they believe about marriage and sex.

And we uncovered exactly which evangelical teachings lead to lower orgasm rates, lower libidos, and higher rates of sexual pain–amongst many other outcomes. What we’ve been taught about sex has set us up for a really bad time.

The Great Sex Rescue deconstructs these teachings, pointing us back to Christ. Learn what the latest research is saying about why sex feels so great for some and so terrible for others–and how you can rescue your sex life from the lies you’ve been taught and recover what God intended.


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Our pre-order bonuses include:

  • Our complete rubric, including our scoresheet to help you apply it to other resources
  • Our scorecard, where we scored 13 evangelical resources and one secular control book (John Gottman’s 7 Principles for Making Marriage Work)
  • Four examples of harmful teachings about sex, with several data points for how these teachings affect orgasm rates, intimacy, and more
  • Ways to rescue and reframe common things we say, so that we don’t spread harmful messages. Instead of saying, “men are visually stimulated”, “guys watch porn when they don’t get sex at home,” or “boys will want to push your sexual boundaries,” for instance, we show how you can reframe these messages in a healthy, biblical way.

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