Dirty Girls Come Clean Podcast: Episode 1

Dirty Girls Come Clean Podcast | Hosted by Crystal Renaud & Jenny Miller

Episode 1: “Is This Whole Sex Addiction Thing Even Real?”

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Show Notes

In The News
Clinical psychologist Dr. David Ley says ‘sex addiction isn’t real.’

• Web Pro News article
• Current Sexual Health Reports
• Dr. Ley on Anderson Cooper
• Dr. Ley on the Dr. Phil Show

Paula Hall, a sexual and relationship psychotherapist disagrees with Dr. David Ley in this article. Great resource on sexual addiction in women written by Marnie Ferree No Stones: Women Redeemed From Sexual Addiction.

The Stats on Women & Sexual Addiction
Our new infographic on Christian Women & Porn Addiction is available at dirtygirlsministries.com/stats. Jenny shared a reference to an article about how women are becoming just as visually stimulated as men and a new brain research study proves this. You can also read Crystal’s article at Today’s Christian Woman.

Resource(s) of the Month
• Dirty Girls Come Clean by Crystal Renaud
    » Free sample chapter can be downloaded HERE.
• Covenant Eyes Filtering & Accountability Software
» Free for 30 days using code “DirtyGirls”

Featured Listener Mail (See Podcast for Our Responses)
I am SO glad that Dirty Girls are making a podcast! Wonderful idea! Pornography is such a huge issue among women and it is seldom discussed. Bless all of you for reaching out to women who struggle with this! I’ll be a monthly listener! —Anonymous

I’ve read that porn affects a man’s brain and how it is wired. Is that true for women? If so, how does it work? If I could understand the way it works, it might help me to fight it. I don’t understand why I feel the need for it, when I hate it and want to stop. — Anonymous

Isn’t it true that if I am a slave to Christ, I can’t be a slave to pornography? If I’m not seeing victory am I not saved? — Ivy

Encouragement
Galatians 5:1 – It is for freedom that Christ has set us free. Stand firm, then, and do not let yourselves be burdened again by a yoke of slavery.

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2 comments to Dirty Girls Come Clean Podcast: Episode 1

  • Kara  says:

    If you are someone who is trying to overcome sex addiction, but still sometimes stumble; is it okay to be involved in ministry? I am someone who has a desire to be involved in ministry and eventually become a counselor, but sometimes I fall; especially when I think I have overcome, in Christ, this addiction. Right now I’m starting to get more involved in my church, but it’s hard, because I feel guild when I fall.

  • Kara  says:

    P.s. I do have women in the church who know about my struggle, and are people I can confide in, but I don’t have anyone regularly keeping me accountable.

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