Sunday, April 23, 2006

Eloquent Statement on Virginity

Listeners to National Public Radio's All Things Considered on Friday were doubtless stunned to hear a commentary by an NPR staffer on why, at age 31, she was a virgin on her wedding night.

The commentary is definitely worth a listen, not just because the situation described is so far from the usual on NPR, but because it is an wise, eloquent call for rethinking our culture's whole approach to sexuality. To speak of the aesthetics of chastity as well as the morality of it is, well, refreshing.

Follow the link and be refreshed.

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