Amor, sexo y noviazgo: Sé libre para amar (Enfoque a la by Sixto Porras

By Sixto Porras

¿Qué quiere decir ser soltero Y sexual en los ojos de Dios?

Esto no es un mero sermón sobre los men del sexo prematrimonial. Con testimonios de gente actual, este libro pretende ser tu compañero en los retos que representa vivir tu sexualidad en concordancia con el diseño de Dios, expresado en principios bíblicos. Provee amplias explicaciones claras y bien fundamentadas científicamente (en los procesos biofísicos y psicológicos) para que conozcas y comprendas adecuadamente las implicaciones a nivel corporal, emocional y espiritual de los angeles sexualidad en todos sus aspectos. Lucha con qué quiere decir ser soltero y sexual en un entorno cultural que ofrece miles de respuestas que desilusionan. El libro pinta un bello cuadro de jóvenes varones y mujeres, fuertes, realizados en su sexualidad de una forma que refleja el glorioso diseño de Dios en un mundo roto.

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One could either be for racism by believing that Blacks were biologically inferior and deserved the treatment that they received or one could be against it by rejecting these beliefs and pointing to racial prejudice and institutional discrimination as more important in explaining Black disadvantage. These distinctions no longer hold for many White and Black Americans. Under the new color-blind racism that erases the color line, racism itself seems to have disappeared. ”44 With the exception of largely discredited right-wing groups, few American organizations openly advocate theo- 46 BLACK SEXUAL POLITICS ries of Black inferiority based on outdated racial biology.

In a social context that routinely depicts men and women of African descent as the embodiment of deviant sexuality, African American politics has remained curiously silent on issues of gender and sexuality. As a result, African Americans lack a vibrant, public discussion of the complex issues that the prevailing discourse on Black sexuality has raised for African American men and women. In more candid moments, however, some African American thinkers stress how damaging the absence of a self-defined Black sexual politics can be.

It is entirely another to sit in an interracial audience and listen to comedian Eddie Murphy’s uncensored boasting concerning Black male sexual prowess; or to count the times within a music video that the camera hones in on rapper Ja Rule’s crotch. Western perceptions of the sexuality of men of African descent also became central to the national identities of European nation-states engaged in colonial projects. England, France, and other colonial powers constructed their national identities by manipulating ideas about men in the home country and in their colonies.

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