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The ascetic concerns that pervade ancient Christian texts would seem to support such a common assumption. Yes, you are worth it. Focusing on hagiographical literature, Virginia Burrus pursues a fresh path of interpretation, arguing that the early accounts of the lives of saints are not antierotic but rather convey a sublimely transgressive "countereroticism" that resists the marital, procreative ethic of sexuality found in other strands of Christian tradition. That being said, I do thank her for bringing me to this place. In fact, I use to burn my journals in case someone found them after I had died! For a non-writer, this was a huge leap of faith. The gifts I received from this experience was something I believed was my calling, my mission to share with those looking for what I had to offer. Fortunately, my leap of faith paid off and I landed, gingerly at first, upright on my feet, heart beating slightly faster than its usual beats per minute, whilst also discovering that yes, I do have a creative side. Yes, you can love unconditionally. Let's Talk About So much gratitude, on so many levels. Yes, you can create the relationship you desire, if you both so choose, after such a revelation has taken place. Without reducing the erotics of ancient hagiography to a single formula, The Sex Lives of Saints frames the broad historical, theological, and theoretical issues at stake in such a revisionist interpretation of ascetic eroticism, with particular reference to the work of Michel Foucault and Georges Bataille, David Halperin and Geoffrey Harpham, Leo Bersani and Jean Baudrillard. No, there is no rule book so to speak of. Hence my leap into the written world, with the release of my first book, Sexual Biversity, loving my bisexual husband. I use to be a very private person. I can write and I thoroughly enjoy where my writing expeditions take me. Yes, you do have to make your own rules up as you go along. Plus, I decided my silence was too costly. Yes, you can be a unique individual and still be part of something bigger without losing yourself. Yes, you can trust again. In truth there was quite a bit of both along the way, until I conquered the peak of bliss and broke through all the bullshit, to create the awe inspiring relationship I now have with my best friend, my bisexual identifying husband, Andrew, twenty-four years post disclosure. Yes, you can forgive. Burrus subsequently proceeds through close, performative readings of the earliest Lives of Saints, mostly dating to the late fourth and early fifth centuries—Jerome's Lives of Paul, Malchus, Hilarion, and Paula; Gregory of Nyssa's Life of Macrina; Augustine's portrait of Monica; Sulpicius Severus's Life of Martin; and the slightly later Lives of so-called harlot saints. One of my greatest learnings and opportunities for growth in this lifetime, especially of the unconditional love kind, came from discovering my husband was having sex with men, when our first born was only a few weeks old. Coon sex



Focusing on hagiographical literature, Virginia Burrus pursues a fresh path of interpretation, arguing that the early accounts of the lives of saints are not antierotic but rather convey a sublimely transgressive "countereroticism" that resists the marital, procreative ethic of sexuality found in other strands of Christian tradition. So much gratitude, on so many levels. Hence my leap into the written world, with the release of my first book, Sexual Biversity, loving my bisexual husband. Fortunately, my leap of faith paid off and I landed, gingerly at first, upright on my feet, heart beating slightly faster than its usual beats per minute, whilst also discovering that yes, I do have a creative side. One of my greatest learnings and opportunities for growth in this lifetime, especially of the unconditional love kind, came from discovering my husband was having sex with men, when our first born was only a few weeks old. In fact, I use to burn my journals in case someone found them after I had died! Plus, I decided my silence was too costly. For without her, who knows where I would be today. I use to be a very private person. In truth there was quite a bit of both along the way, until I conquered the peak of bliss and broke through all the bullshit, to create the awe inspiring relationship I now have with my best friend, my bisexual identifying husband, Andrew, twenty-four years post disclosure. The ascetic concerns that pervade ancient Christian texts would seem to support such a common assumption. Let's Talk About That being said, I do thank her for bringing me to this place. Yes, you can love unconditionally. Yes, you can be a unique individual and still be part of something bigger without losing yourself. Yes, you can trust again. I can write and I thoroughly enjoy where my writing expeditions take me. For a non-writer, this was a huge leap of faith.

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Hence my leap into the written world, with the release of my first book, Sexual Biversity, loving my bisexual husband. Fortunately, my leap of faith paid off and I landed, gingerly at first, upright on my feet, heart beating slightly faster than its usual beats per minute, whilst also discovering that yes, I do have a creative side. In fact, I use to burn my journals in case someone found them after I had died! Without reducing the erotics of ancient hagiography to a single formula, The Sex Lives of Saints frames the broad historical, theological, and theoretical issues at stake in such a revisionist interpretation of ascetic eroticism, with particular reference to the work of Michel Foucault and Georges Bataille, David Halperin and Geoffrey Harpham, Leo Bersani and Jean Baudrillard. I can write and I thoroughly enjoy where my writing expeditions take me. Burrus subsequently proceeds through close, performative readings of the earliest Lives of Saints, mostly dating to the late fourth and early fifth centuries—Jerome's Lives of Paul, Malchus, Hilarion, and Paula; Gregory of Nyssa's Life of Macrina; Augustine's portrait of Monica; Sulpicius Severus's Life of Martin; and the slightly later Lives of so-called harlot saints. For a non-writer, this was a huge leap of faith. Yes, you can create the relationship you desire, if you both so choose, after such a revelation has taken place. I use to be a very private person. For without her, who knows where I would be today. One of my greatest learnings and opportunities for growth in this lifetime, especially of the unconditional love kind, came from discovering my husband was having sex with men, when our first born was only a few weeks old. That being said, I do thank her for bringing me to this place. In truth there was quite a bit of both along the way, until I conquered the peak of bliss and broke through all the bullshit, to create the awe inspiring relationship I now have with my best friend, my bisexual identifying husband, Andrew, twenty-four years post disclosure. Yes, you do have to make your own rules up as you go along. The ascetic concerns that pervade ancient Christian texts would seem to support such a common assumption. Yes, you can be a unique individual and still be part of something bigger without losing yourself. Focusing on hagiographical literature, Virginia Burrus pursues a fresh path of interpretation, arguing that the early accounts of the lives of saints are not antierotic but rather convey a sublimely transgressive "countereroticism" that resists the marital, procreative ethic of sexuality found in other strands of Christian tradition.



































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I use to be a very private person. Yes, you do have to make your own rules up as you go along. Yes, you can create the relationship you desire, if you both so choose, after such a revelation has taken place. For without her, who knows where I would be today. Yes, you can be a unique individual and still be part of something bigger without losing yourself. One of my greatest learnings and opportunities for growth in this lifetime, especially of the unconditional love kind, came from discovering my husband was having sex with men, when our first born was only a few weeks old. Yes, you can trust again. Without reducing the erotics of ancient hagiography to a single formula, The Sex Lives of Saints frames the broad historical, theological, and theoretical issues at stake in such a revisionist interpretation of ascetic eroticism, with particular reference to the work of Michel Foucault and Georges Bataille, David Halperin and Geoffrey Harpham, Leo Bersani and Jean Baudrillard. That being said, I do thank her for bringing me to this place. No, there is no rule book so to speak of. In fact, I use to burn my journals in case someone found them after I had died! Yes, you can forgive. Fortunately, my leap of faith paid off and I landed, gingerly at first, upright on my feet, heart beating slightly faster than its usual beats per minute, whilst also discovering that yes, I do have a creative side. The gifts I received from this experience was something I believed was my calling, my mission to share with those looking for what I had to offer. In truth there was quite a bit of both along the way, until I conquered the peak of bliss and broke through all the bullshit, to create the awe inspiring relationship I now have with my best friend, my bisexual identifying husband, Andrew, twenty-four years post disclosure. Let's Talk About Hence my leap into the written world, with the release of my first book, Sexual Biversity, loving my bisexual husband. Yes, you can love unconditionally.

Without reducing the erotics of ancient hagiography to a single formula, The Sex Lives of Saints frames the broad historical, theological, and theoretical issues at stake in such a revisionist interpretation of ascetic eroticism, with particular reference to the work of Michel Foucault and Georges Bataille, David Halperin and Geoffrey Harpham, Leo Bersani and Jean Baudrillard. Yes, you can create the relationship you desire, if you both so choose, after such a revelation has taken place. One of my greatest learnings and opportunities for growth in this lifetime, especially of the unconditional love kind, came from discovering my husband was having sex with men, when our first born was only a few weeks old. Plus, I decided my silence was too costly. Focusing on hagiographical literature, Virginia Burrus pursues a fresh path of interpretation, arguing that the early accounts of the lives of saints are not antierotic but rather convey a sublimely transgressive "countereroticism" that resists the marital, procreative ethic of sexuality found in other strands of Christian tradition. Yes, you can be a unique individual and still be part of something bigger without losing yourself. Burrus subsequently proceeds through close, performative readings of the earliest Lives of Saints, mostly dating to the late fourth and early fifth centuries—Jerome's Lives of Paul, Malchus, Hilarion, and Paula; Gregory of Nyssa's Life of Macrina; Augustine's portrait of Monica; Sulpicius Severus's Life of Martin; and the slightly later Lives of so-called harlot saints. The gifts I received from this experience was something I believed was my calling, my mission to share with those looking for what I had to offer. Yes, you can love unconditionally. So much gratitude, on so many levels. Hence my leap into the written world, with the release of my first book, Sexual Biversity, loving my bisexual husband. I can write and I thoroughly enjoy where my writing expeditions take me. Let's Talk About Yes, you do have to make your own rules up as you go along. Yes, you are worth it. For without her, who knows where I would be today. In truth there was quite a bit of both along the way, until I conquered the peak of bliss and broke through all the bullshit, to create the awe inspiring relationship I now have with my best friend, my bisexual identifying husband, Andrew, twenty-four years post disclosure. That being said, I do thank her for bringing me to this place. Yes, you can trust again. The ascetic concerns that pervade ancient Christian texts would seem to support such a common assumption. In fact, I use to burn my journals in case someone found them after I had died! I use to be a very private person. Yes, you can forgive. For a non-writer, this was a huge leap of faith. No, there is no rule book so to speak of. Fortunately, my leap of faith paid off and I landed, gingerly at first, upright on my feet, heart beating slightly faster than its usual beats per minute, whilst also discovering that yes, I do have a creative side. Coon sex



Focusing on hagiographical literature, Virginia Burrus pursues a fresh path of interpretation, arguing that the early accounts of the lives of saints are not antierotic but rather convey a sublimely transgressive "countereroticism" that resists the marital, procreative ethic of sexuality found in other strands of Christian tradition. So much gratitude, on so many levels. I use to be a very private person. I can write and I thoroughly enjoy where my writing expeditions take me. For without her, who knows where I would be today. Yes, you can love unconditionally. Yes, you can forgive. Yes, you can trust again. For a non-writer, this was a huge leap of faith. Plus, I decided my silence was too costly. One of my greatest learnings and opportunities for growth in this lifetime, especially of the unconditional love kind, came from discovering my husband was having sex with men, when our first born was only a few weeks old. Yes, you can create the relationship you desire, if you both so choose, after such a revelation has taken place. In fact, I use to burn my journals in case someone found them after I had died! The gifts I received from this experience was something I believed was my calling, my mission to share with those looking for what I had to offer. Burrus subsequently proceeds through close, performative readings of the earliest Lives of Saints, mostly dating to the late fourth and early fifth centuries—Jerome's Lives of Paul, Malchus, Hilarion, and Paula; Gregory of Nyssa's Life of Macrina; Augustine's portrait of Monica; Sulpicius Severus's Life of Martin; and the slightly later Lives of so-called harlot saints. Yes, you can be a unique individual and still be part of something bigger without losing yourself. Hence my leap into the written world, with the release of my first book, Sexual Biversity, loving my bisexual husband. The ascetic concerns that pervade ancient Christian texts would seem to support such a common assumption. Let's Talk About In truth there was quite a bit of both along the way, until I conquered the peak of bliss and broke through all the bullshit, to create the awe inspiring relationship I now have with my best friend, my bisexual identifying husband, Andrew, twenty-four years post disclosure. Yes, you do have to make your own rules up as you go along. Yes, you are worth it. Without reducing the erotics of ancient hagiography to a single formula, The Sex Lives of Saints frames the broad historical, theological, and theoretical issues at stake in such a revisionist interpretation of ascetic eroticism, with particular reference to the work of Michel Foucault and Georges Bataille, David Halperin and Geoffrey Harpham, Leo Bersani and Jean Baudrillard. Fortunately, my leap of faith paid off and I landed, gingerly at first, upright on my feet, heart beating slightly faster than its usual beats per minute, whilst also discovering that yes, I do have a creative side.

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In fact, I use to burn my journals in case someone found them after I had died! So much gratitude, on so many levels. The gifts I received from this experience was something I believed was my calling, my mission to share with those looking for what I had to offer. Yes, you can love unconditionally. Yes, you can be a unique individual and still be part of something bigger without losing yourself. No, there is no rule book so to speak of. One of my greatest learnings and opportunities for growth in this lifetime, especially of the unconditional love kind, came from discovering my husband was having sex with men, when our first born was only a few weeks old. Burrus subsequently proceeds through close, performative readings of the earliest Lives of Saints, mostly dating to the late fourth and early fifth centuries—Jerome's Lives of Paul, Malchus, Hilarion, and Paula; Gregory of Nyssa's Life of Macrina; Augustine's portrait of Monica; Sulpicius Severus's Life of Martin; and the slightly later Lives of so-called harlot saints. I can write and I thoroughly enjoy where my writing expeditions take me. In truth there was quite a bit of both along the way, until I conquered the peak of bliss and broke through all the bullshit, to create the awe inspiring relationship I now have with my best friend, my bisexual identifying husband, Andrew, twenty-four years post disclosure. Fortunately, my leap of faith paid off and I landed, gingerly at first, upright on my feet, heart beating slightly faster than its usual beats per minute, whilst also discovering that yes, I do have a creative side. The ascetic concerns that pervade ancient Christian texts would seem to support such a common assumption. For a non-writer, this was a huge leap of faith. Yes, you can trust again. That being said, I do thank her for bringing me to this place. Hence my leap into the written world, with the release of my first book, Sexual Biversity, loving my bisexual husband. Yes, you can create the relationship you desire, if you both so choose, after such a revelation has taken place. For without her, who knows where I would be today. Without reducing the erotics of ancient hagiography to a single formula, The Sex Lives of Saints frames the broad historical, theological, and theoretical issues at stake in such a revisionist interpretation of ascetic eroticism, with particular reference to the work of Michel Foucault and Georges Bataille, David Halperin and Geoffrey Harpham, Leo Bersani and Jean Baudrillard.

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Yes, you are worth it. Hence my leap into the written world, with the release of my first book, Sexual Biversity, loving my bisexual husband. The ascetic concerns that pervade ancient Christian texts would seem to support such a common assumption. Yes, you can love unconditionally. Yes, you can create the relationship you desire, if you both so choose, after such a revelation has taken place. One of my greatest learnings and opportunities for growth in this lifetime, especially of the unconditional love kind, came from discovering my husband was having sex with men, when our first born was only a few weeks old. For a non-writer, this was a huge leap of faith. Burrus subsequently proceeds through close, performative readings of the earliest Lives of Saints, mostly dating to the late fourth and early fifth centuries—Jerome's Lives of Paul, Malchus, Hilarion, and Paula; Gregory of Nyssa's Life of Macrina; Augustine's portrait of Monica; Sulpicius Severus's Life of Martin; and the slightly later Lives of so-called harlot saints. The gifts I received from this experience was something I believed was my calling, my mission to share with those looking for what I had to offer. Yes, you can forgive. Fortunately, my leap of faith paid off and I landed, gingerly at first, upright on my feet, heart beating slightly faster than its usual beats per minute, whilst also discovering that yes, I do have a creative side. Yes, you can trust again. No, there is no rule book so to speak of. In truth there was quite a bit of both along the way, until I conquered the peak of bliss and broke through all the bullshit, to create the awe inspiring relationship I now have with my best friend, my bisexual identifying husband, Andrew, twenty-four years post disclosure. Yes, you do have to make your own rules up as you go along. Focusing on hagiographical literature, Virginia Burrus pursues a fresh path of interpretation, arguing that the early accounts of the lives of saints are not antierotic but rather convey a sublimely transgressive "countereroticism" that resists the marital, procreative ethic of sexuality found in other strands of Christian tradition. In fact, I use to burn my journals in case someone found them after I had died! Let's Talk About That being said, I do thank her for bringing me to this place. Plus, I decided my silence was too costly. I use to be a very private person. Without reducing the erotics of ancient hagiography to a single formula, The Sex Lives of Saints frames the broad historical, theological, and theoretical issues at stake in such a revisionist interpretation of ascetic eroticism, with particular reference to the work of Michel Foucault and Georges Bataille, David Halperin and Geoffrey Harpham, Leo Bersani and Jean Baudrillard. I can write and I thoroughly enjoy where my writing expeditions take me. So much gratitude, on so many levels. For without her, who knows where I would be today.

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