Today we’re welcoming Driana Branch, of Wedding Night Bliss, as a guest blogger. When I heard about her Christian Sex Classes, you know I had to find out what they were all about. Listen to her tell it in her own words.
For some reason, Christian people have gotten it into their heads that sex is bad. Now, before you write me off as not being a Christian, I am! Not only am I a Christian, I actually did what the bible said. You know that little thing about not having sex until marriage? Yeah, that! So, I fully support the notion that sex BEFORE marriage is bad. But somewhere along the line, I think that we got the idea that we’re not supposed to talk about sex, like it’s this forbidden topic to keep to ourselves. And this, of course, inadvertently implies that it’s bad.
Now, I’m not talking about telling your girlfriends all the details of your sex life. We all know that’s a no-no. (If you didn’t know that, you should!) I’m talking about, Christian wives being able to talk openly with other Christian wives about sex, without going into too much detail, of course. Or Christian wives, really talking to the engaged young ladies about what to expect on their wedding night and beyond. Why is, “Don’t worry, baby! It will all come naturally!” the response of choice? If that were true, it would be another story. But you know what’s actually the truth? Women are being disappointed on their wedding nights. They expect this great moment, and that’s not what they’re getting. You know what’s worse? Women who worked so hard to stay abstinent end up not enjoying sex, and possibly questioning whether abstinence is still a great choice. That maybe it doesn’t work for the modern world?
I’ve talked to many, many ladies who’ve experienced this. And that’s why I started my business, Wedding Night Bliss, which gives Wedding Night Prep and Married Sex Prep classes to Virgin and Abstinent Brides. (Basically, they’re Christian, sex classes.) After starting Wedding Night Bliss, I’ve gotten many emails from married, Christian women who wish that I started this back when they got married. Lots of them tell me how they had trouble in their sex life early in their marriage, but many of them tell me how they are STILL having trouble in their sex life. How sad! If they had some education ahead of time, I bet they could have avoided years of arguments, and the fear of getting cheated on because hub isn’t sexually fulfilled. For the record, there are very practical and learnable ways to have blessed, hot and sexy, married sex. And it doesn’t have to be dirty! (Unless, you want it to be. *wink, wink* Hey, we’re married ladies! It’s ok! Hehe) Email me at WeddingNightBliss@yahoo.com if you’re abstinent and engaged, and would like to know more about these classes.
That brings me to the question at hand. Is teaching a soon-to-be wife how to have blessed married sex ungodly? Is it really blasphemous? I’m sure you can guess what my answer will be. I think it’s the very opposite of blasphemous. I think it’s a very Godly thing to do. I wouldn’t have created classes around this topic if I didn’t think so. From a logical stand point, I believe that anything that helps keep Christian marriages together is acceptable, and good in God’s eyes. But I also operate under the scripture Titus 2:4 which says that the older women should teach the younger women to love their husbands and children. A huge part of loving one’s husband is to be able to provide pleasing sex to him.
Now, I’m only 28, so I know I’m not older than every woman who is getting married, but I have been married for 5 years. That’s not long enough to know everything or even most things about marriage, but I do know how to make the transition from Virgin Bride to Married Sex Vixen. The way I see it, I’m older in “married years” than anyone getting married, so I take Titus 2:4 to heart! The bible also says to study to show thyself approved. (2 Timothy 2:15) It also says in all thy getting, get understanding. (Proverbs 4:7) It ALSO says that His people perish for a lack of knowledge. (Hosea 4:6) Well, I believe that these scriptures mean all areas of life; finances, marriage, parenthood and our married sex lives. But the bible doesn’t say how we should go about helping people get all this knowledge and understanding. So I figure that my classes are as good a way as any!
There you have it! Christian, sex classes are biblical! Well, at least mine are. I am blessed that God has given me the ability to talk to Christian women about sex (or not having sex, depending on if you’re married or not), with ease. My classes are fun, and make everyone feel very comfortable, which is the way it should be. We don’t need to be condemned with this “sex is bad,” mentality any longer. If you are a virgin or an abstinent woman who is engaged, please email me at WeddingNightBliss@yahoo.com so I can send you more information about my classes. And if you are a married woman who wants to help young wives have the blessed sex life that God intended, feel free to email me too! I’d love to hear your story, and give you information about the classes, so you can spread the word!
Hello world! I’m Driana, The Blissful Wife. I am a stay at home mom to a beautiful baby girl, born September of 2011, and I married the man of my dreams in 2008. I’m a born and raised Christian gal, from Southern Cali. I’m the owner of Wedding Night Bliss, a series of 6 live, online classes that give Virgin Brides and Abstinent Brides the information they need to have a blissful wedding night and transition into the first year of married sex. Check out my blog, www.WeddingNightBliss.blogspot.com, or send me an email at WeddingNightBliss@yahoo.com if you’re a getting married and say hi!