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July 31, 2015 / Randall

How Purity Culture Divorced Me From My Own Body

Having a physical body – having a sexual body – was a matter of little consequence to me. Indeed, the idea that listening to my body, responding to it, getting to know it as an intimate part of myself, instead of simply a Jaeger-esque machine was unknown to me. I didn’t know how to listen to myself.

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Image source and full article: http://noshamemovement.com/post/84062697988/how-purity-culture-divorced-me-from-my-own-body

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  1. saraharnetty / Jul 31 2015 6:19 am

    Very interesting perspective.

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