Tuesday, September 13, 2011


This blog is about sex.

If you're about to get married and have never said the word sex to your chosen partner, you might be in trouble when you actually try it for the first time.

Here's my problem: Mormons don't talk about sex very often. When they do, it's usually very vague, and focuses mainly on the emotional or spiritual aspects of sex. I am hoping to help with this issue by discussing these aspects of sex PLUS the aspects that even more rarely are discussed between those of the LDS faith. You, know, like anatomy, and how to make sex pleasurable. Because it should be!

I'm not a sex therapist. I really only know about sex from personal experience (which is, as of now, somewhat limited since I'm still a newlywed) and from experiences others have related to me - mainly my non-LDS friends. Well, mainly just this one, we'll call him Craig. That's not his name, and he probably wouldn't mind me sharing it, but we'll just call him Craig.

Some of you might be shocked that I even have conversations about sex with a person besides my husband. Who is a man. Who isn't LDS. But he understands my boundaries and will only be as frank as I ask him to be, and he's actually really helpful. I'll probably reference him a lot.

I wish there was a blog already written about this for Good Little Mormon Girls - the ones who know only a little about sex before they get married. Maybe there is, and I just never found it. I did research sex before marriage, but it was hard to get enough detail, while keeping the right perspective. So I'm going to try to do that here.

Well, good luck!


  1. I'm glad you decided to start this blog. Hats off to you! An open discussion about sex needs to be had and needs to be available to girls about to get married or just married. I've been married three years and sex is still something I struggle with.

  2. Just wondering why you stopped? Enjoyed this blog!

  3. WHAT? You stopped your blog? Please come back (no pun intended) I really enjoy this blog!!!