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Music:             I am free.  Thank God, I am free.  I am free.

Male:               This is I'm Not The Woman I Used To Be—I'm Free, with Minister Diane Jones.  Ladies, this is the show that’s here to give you stories of hope and healing from someone who has been there, someone who has fought back from the horrors of incest.  Minister Diane's innocence was stolen from her in the land of alcoholism and mental illness, which led to her being emotionally, physically, and sexually abused by her parents.  Yet in spite of the trauma of her early years, she went on to become a successful wife, mother, Registered Nurse and Minister of the Gospel of Jesus Christ.  Plus, she is a virtuous woman who can help you find that woman in your life.

                        Don’t let the weight of this world or things that happened to you control your life.  This is I'm Not The Woman I Used To Be—I'm Free, on TogiNet.  And now, here is your host, Minister Diane Jones.

Diane:              Hey, people.  Hello, hello, hello, and happy Monday to you.  I am so excited to be on the air tonight.  I hope you feel my excitement and I hope it catches on.  This is going to be a good show.  I'm telling you now, this is going to be a good show.  I'm smiling from ear to ear, because this is going to be different for me.  This is going to be different for us tonight on our show.  Mostly … If you've been listening, you know that mostly we talk about sexual abuse on this show, the abuse of sex, the residual of it and negative after-effects of it and what it causes.  But tonight, I'm going to talk about the beauty, that’s right, the beauty of the pleasure of the intoxication of sex and sexual relationships God's way.

                        Sometimes it's just great and it's more pleasurable and it's actually easier to talk about the goodness of God than to have to always talk about the hurtful, negative and ugly things in this world because of God's enemy, Satan, Lucifer, because of the war that he is waiting against the Creator.  So I was praying about what to do tonight and the Lord just dropped that in my spirit and He said, "Let's about sex."  Of course, because I'm a minister, we're going to talk about it God's way.  We're going to talk about it from a biblical, scriptural perspective.  My approach is probably going to be a little bit odd or perhaps unique, but if you just stick with me, I think if nothing else it's going to be interesting, but at the extent I think it's going to be a great show, okay?

                        So get ready. I'm ready.  I'm sipping my tea as usual.  I know Sabrina was going to … if she would’ve had a chance, she probably would ask me, "What kind of tea are you drinking tonight?"  I'm sipping my tea and I am drinking a combination.  I decided to be creative so I put my rosehips and hibiscus flowers in with my orange blossom.  I think that’s what it was, orange blossom or orange spice.  That’s what it was, orange spice.  I put them in together to see what I would come up with and I am sipping my tea from a cup that my love gave me.

                        Hey, Love.  My LOML, Mr. Christopher, are you there on the air with me?

Christopher:    Yes, I am.  Hello.

Diane:              Hey, Handsome.  How are you?

Christopher:    Just wonderful, Gorgeous.  How are you?

Diane:              Oh, I'm real good now.  I thought I was good, but I'm real good now that I get to hear your voice, hey.  Be still, my heart.  Are you excited about this show?

Christopher:    Absolutely, my dear.

Diane:              Absolutely.  Well, like I said, people, my approach, I'm going to approach this from, I guess, you could say maybe, like in theory first, a theoretical approach or may be a lecture type of approach, because I'm going to start with some definitions.  In my profession, I am a nurse and I did a lot of nurse education over the years, and so consequently I love to study and I love to break down words and I love to get understanding and just analyze and put things together, so I'm going to give you some definitions.

                        The word "sex," as we know it in the English language, the word "sex" itself is not in Scripture.  It's not in the Bible.  Of course, I already knew that.  I don’t know if some of you out there may not know that or may not have even wondered that, but the word "sex" is not in Scripture.  What I did was I looked in the Bible.  Just for the sake of it, I looked in my Strong's Concordance, because that’s a wonderful book and it's a wonderful tool that will tell you pretty much every word that’s in the Bible.  I looked in there just for the fun of it, to see if that word would be listed in there, and it was not, but it did give me references.  It did give me references for the use of the word, and it gave it to me under several categories.

                        One was sexes, s-e-x-e-s; sexes.  The other was sexual love. Sexual perversions,  oh, we ain't going to go there tonight.  We are not going to go there tonight, because we have spent so much time on that.  Unfortunately, we're going to have to spend more time on it moving forward, but tonight we are not going to talk about the negative.  We are going to talk about the beautiful, the good stuff, sexual love and sexes, the word "sex."  So, I saw that there were several categories mentioned in the Strong's.  I'm like, "Okay, good.  I have some place to start with on this."  What I chose to do is go to the Webster's first so that I could compare, so that I can get the English derivative and what we understand in the English language and then bring up the rear, as they say, with the Bible and with the Biblical references, and I just thought it was wonderful.

                        Here we go, here we go, here we go.  In the Webster's, I was surprised to see that all the words that related to the definition of sex defined it in a male and female perspective.  I shouldn't say I was surprised, but I was surprised.  You hear so much about other things until you just go, "Oh, wow.  This is cool to see this in here."  The Webster's gave the definition in terms of male and female perspective.  None of them define the terms as relating to an alternate category or lifestyle, but I said I wasn’t going to go there, so let's stay focused.  Let's look at each of these that are listed.  Are you with me, husband?  Are you with me, honey?

Christopher:    Yes, I am.

Diane:              I'm going to read the first one and I'm going to give you the first definition.  I was talking about the word "sex" in Webster's and it says either of two divisions, male or female, into which persons, animals or plants are divided; number two, the character of being male or female; number three, the attraction between the sexes, meaning male and female; number four, sexual intercourse; adjective, sexual.  Wow, that’s a mouthful right there.  I got 10 seconds before the break, but let me just … well, here we go.  Hold on to your seats until I come back.

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Music:             Thank God, I am free.  I am free.

Male:               Welcome back to I'm Not The Woman I Used To Be—I'm Free, on toginet.com, the show dedicated to helping women find their way back to themselves after innocence was stolen by incest and abuse.  Helping you heal is what we're all about.  It's I'm Not The Woman I Used To Be—I'm Free, on TogiNet.  Now back to your host, Minister Diane Jones.

Diane:              Hey, we're back.  I'm sipping tea.  I hope you're sipping yours.  I hope you're going along for the ride with me on this one, because I think this is going to be interesting.  Hey, honey, are you thinking any thoughts yet?

Christopher:    Still listening.

Diane:              Still listening, okay.  Well, people, we are talking about sex tonight, and we are going to be talking about sexual relationships God's way, the beauty of, the pleasure of, and the intoxication of sexual relationships God's way.  I've given you some definitions first from the Webster's New World Dictionary.  By the way, that’s the fourth edition, copyright 2003.  I shudder to think of what it may say 10 years from now, because things do tend to get sanitized and people's opinions change over time even though God is the same.  He is the same yesterday, today and forever.  He doesn’t change.

                        This is from the Webster's.  We said two divisions, male or female.  We're talking about the word s-e-x, "sex."  Either of two divisions, male or female, into which persons, animals or plants are divided.  The character of being male or female.  Often, when we use the more sex, we are actually using it in the slang.  We're using it in the slang form of speech when we say, "Oh, like the songs that say things like I want to sex you up," or "Let's talk about sex, baby," or this or that.  We're actually using it in the slang because the word "sex" itself is actually describing the category of male and female.  Isn't that interesting?  We're referring to or dealing with the attraction between the sexes as in male and female.

                        Number two, I thought well.  Let me see what sex appeal, because it was right in the group with all these words.  Let's see what sex appeal has to say.  It says the physical charm that attracts members of the opposite sex.  Wow, I’m like, okay, this is too good to be true.  This is the Webster's.

                        I can't resist going here.  Last week, I believe it was, someone very popular and high in government out here in Maryland was quoted as saying that the argument against same sex was a religious viewpoint and therefore that’s why it had to be or needed to be or was defeated and same sex marriage was approved here in Maryland.  I'm tripping on the fact that the Webster's haven't got to the Bible yet, haven't been got there yet.  But the Webster's says, "Sex appeal, the physical charm that attracts members of the opposite sex."  I wonder if he did his homework.

                        Anyway, number three.  I said for the fun of it, let's see what opposite says in Webster's; opposite.  Said, "Set against in a contrary direction, entirely different, exactly contrary, anything opposed across from."  That’s pretty thorough to me, opposite.  You know how people say opposites attract?  Wow, that’s the way it's supposed to be.  That’s God's way.  That’s one of the beauties of God's ways is that He knows what he is talking about.  Opposite set against in a contrary direction, often with two entirely different, exactly contrary, anything opposed across from.

                        Number four, sex chromosome.  Here we go.  This is starting to sound a little bit scientific.  It's bringing back some of my nursing memories up in nursing days.  Sex chromosome, a sex-determining chromosome in the germ cells.  We're talking anatomy, physiology and stuff like that right now.  Eggs carry an X-chromosome that’s what the female brings to the table.  Eggs carry an X-chromosome and spermatozoa, also known as sperm, is what the male brings to the table.  Interesting right there, either an X or Y chromosome with a female resulting from an X-X pairing and a male from an X-Y pairing.

                        Let me say that again in case I confused you.  A sex-determining chromosome in the germ cells.  Eggs carry an X-chromosome and spermatozoa either X or Y chromosome, so the male can carry the X or the Y, combined with the female resulting in either an X-X, because the female has the X and the male has the X or the Y, but paired with a male would be the combination of an X and a Y to produce a male child.  I know that gets a little bit crazy there, but X-X produces a female child, X-Y produces a male child.  Anyway you look at it, it takes the female and the male to produce either or.

                        I am waiting and wondering.  I know that they're looking for the, quote/unquote, "gene," that supposedly, how shall we say, explains the third category that we're dealing with today.  I don’t think there's going to be a Z and an F.  I don’t think there's going to be like a Z-chromosome and an F-chromosome together that make a third distinct type of individual that can reproduce.  Somehow I just … anyway, I'm sorry.  I'm getting off track here.  You're till with me, husband?

Christopher:    Yes, I am.

Diane:              I haven't got you worked up yet to say anything.  No?

Christopher:    I'm learning and listening.

Diane:              Wonderful.  All right, let's go to number five, sexual.  I said, "Okay, Diane, let's check this one out, sexual."  What does the Webster's dictionary have to say about sexual of or involving sex?  Remember, we've already defined sex as either of two categories, male or female.  Sexual is of or involving sex, the sexes and the sex organs.  Sexual of or involving sex, the sexes, the sex organs.  Here, we're going somewhere here now.  Anyone feeling sexual yet?  Anyone feeling male or female yet?

                        Let's go to six.  Let's just slide on into six.  You can take anything else out of that that you think you need to take out of that.  Let's slide on into six.  Sexual intercourse; interesting.  We're still talking about the Webster's.  It said adjoining of the sexual organs of a male and a female human being.  Wow, haven't got to the Scriptures yet.

                        Sexual intercourse, adjoining of the sexual organs of a male and a female.  I wonder if I would get in trouble for teaching this in school, because it's in the Webster's New World Dictionary.  This is not a religious book to my knowledge.  I have heard something to the effect that has some Christian roots, but then again this country had Christian roots at one time, too, so that doesn’t surprise me.

                        To my knowledge, it's not classified as a Christian book or religious book Webster's.  Sexual intercourse, adjoining or coming together of the sexual organs of a male and a female human being.  Wallah!

Christopher:    I have a question.

Diane:              Uh-oh.  Okay.

Christopher:    Only human being, according to what you're saying, human being can have sexual intercourse, animals can only mate.

Diane:              That’s the way I would take this.  The word "sex" itself is describing the division of, when we go back to it, two divisions; male or female into which persons, animals or plants are divided.  Talking about two different categories and then now we're talking about sexual intercourse, so male or female animals don’t have intercourse.  They do mate, but this definition says adjoining of the sexual organs of a male and a female human being.  It says human being here.  Treat me out.

Christopher:    That’s Webster's.

Diane:              This is Webster's New World Dictionary, fourth edition, copyright 2003.

Christopher:    Okay.

Diane:              We'll be back after the break, people.

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Music:             Thank God, I am free.  I am free.

Male:               Welcome back to I'm Not The Woman I Used To Be—I'm Free, on toginet.com, the show dedicated to helping women find their way back to themselves after innocence was stolen by incest and abuse.  Helping you heal is what we're all about.  It's I'm Not The Woman I Used To Be—I'm Free, on TogiNet.  Now back to your host, Minister Diane Jones.

Diane:              We are back and we are talking about sex tonight.  That’s right, we're talking about sex and we are talking about the beauty of sex.  We haven't got there yet on the show, because we're laying a foundation here.  We're working our way into it.  I've got my wonderful husband companion, my lover, my friend on the air with me tonight and he just asked me the question because I was reading the definitions from the Webster's dictionary about sexual terms or words that include the word sex.  The last one we were talking about was sexual intercourse.  Did you want to repeat your question or did you want to expound on your question, husband?

Christopher:    My question was the Webster dictionary's definition had referred to sexual intercourse only would be between human beings, the male and the female human beings and not animals.  It didn’t even mention animals, it just says between a male and a female human being.  I was just wondering why they came to that conclusion when there's male and female species of all different kinds that have intercourse or … well they mate.  I believe and we're probably getting into it more into the study the difference between mating and intercourse is that you're doing it with someone with a mind that has reasoning and everything, things that humans have that animals don’t have.  I'm waiting to here what's more to be said.

Diane:              What's coming, but isn't it interesting how that does exclude animals?  Sexual relations with animals, it excludes that.  It excludes same sex sexual relations.

Christopher:    Yes, and of course it's between a man and a woman human beings.

Diane:              Yes.  Sexual intercourse, adjoining of the sexual organs of a male and a female human being.  Isn't that interesting?

Christopher:

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