Question About “Come As You Are”
I’ve seen Come As You Are by Emily Nagoski recommended on both Christian and secular sites, particularly for women but also for men. Neither of us have ever read it.
One activity we’ve done together in the past is to read books out loud to each other prior to going to sleep. It’s been a while since we’ve done that, in part because finding mutually enjoyable books that work in that format isn’t necessarily easy.
My question: does Come As You Are lend itself to reading together in this format? Some of what I’ve read about the book indicates it is more of a personal journey, but I’d love if we could read this together and both get something out of it.
Edit: I misspelled the title of the book in the title of this post! So embarrassing!
I’ve read it and was positively impacted by the book. In fact, I want to read it again. One of the composite couples is a lesbian couple and there is descriptions of masturbation in it that some Christians would be offended by. I do think it would be valuable for both spouses to read , and together IMO would be good. Maybe DH and I will read it together when I reread it…..