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Sex Camp””

McNaught, Brian

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“In his book ‘SEX CAMP,’ Brian McNaught ventures into places where most people fear to tread. His searing honesty combines with an overt ability to pose issues about human sexuality that desperately need to be faced, lest we continue to violate those who do not fit our security boxes. I commend his work but only to those among us who are courageous and radically open.”Bishop John Shelby Spong:AuthorHere I Stand! My Struggle for a Christianity of Integrity, Love and Equality Thirty-two strangers arrive at a Church-owned retreat facility on Saturday to work with some of the best trainers in the field of sexuality. They’re told that by the end of the week, they’ll know more about sex than ninety percent of the population. What they go home with on the following Saturday is a lot more than they anticipated or were promised.Besides laughing, crying, swearing, and cheering through films and intimate discussions about sexual values, body image, “self-pleasuring,” gender identity, sexual orientation, seduction, abuse, theology, and “turn ons,” they faced off with each other around an altar in the woods, under blankets and star-filled skies, bareassed in the water, and with hands joined singing in a circle.Most everyone goes home forever changed. That is, if they make it through the week.The Annual Workshop on Sexuality at Thornfield was called “the world’s best kept secret.” Now you’re in on it. “Oh honey, you should have been there. We had two transsexuals and one cross dresser, and a nun, and two football coaches, and an ‘ex-gay’ guy, and lots of homosexuals, and we watched films of men and women masturbating and making love, and men and men, and women and women … and I talked about how you were non-orgasmic, and it was really cool!”- “Sex Camp”

“In his book ‘SEX CAMP,’ Brian McNaught ventures into places where most people fear to tread. His searing honesty combines with an overt ability to pose issues about human sexuality that desperately need to be faced, lest we continue to violate those who do not fit our security boxes. I commend his work but only to those among us who are courageous and radically open.”Bishop John Shelby Spong:AuthorHere I Stand! My Struggle for a Christianity of Integrity, Love and Equality Thirty-two strangers arrive at a Church-owned retreat facility on Saturday to work with some of the best trainers in the field of sexuality. They’re told that by the end of the week, they’ll know more about sex than ninety percent of the population. What they go home with on the following Saturday is a lot more than they anticipated or were promised.Besides laughing, crying, swearing, and cheering through films and intimate discussions about sexual values, body image, “self-pleasuring,” gender identity, sexual orientation, seduction, abuse, theology, and “turn ons,” they faced off with each other around an altar in the woods, under blankets and star-filled skies, bareassed in the water, and with hands joined singing in a circle.Most everyone goes home forever changed. That is, if they make it through the week.The Annual Workshop on Sexuality at Thornfield was called “the world’s best kept secret.” Now you’re in on it. “Oh honey, you should have been there. We had two transsexuals and one cross dresser, and a nun, and two football coaches, and an ‘ex-gay’ guy, and lots of homosexuals, and we watched films of men and women masturbating and making love, and men and men, and women and women … and I talked about how you were non-orgasmic, and it was really cool!”- “Sex Camp”

“In his book ‘SEX CAMP,’ Brian McNaught ventures into places where most people fear to tread. His searing honesty combines with an overt ability to pose issues about human sexuality that desperately need to be faced, lest we continue to violate those who do not fit our security boxes. I commend his work but only to those among us who are courageous and radically open.”Bishop John Shelby Spong:AuthorHere I Stand! My Struggle for a Christianity of Integrity, Love and Equality Thirty-two strangers arrive at a Church-owned retreat facility on Saturday to work with some of the best trainers in the field of sexuality. They’re told that by the end of the week, they’ll know more about sex than ninety percent of the population. What they go home with on the following Saturday is a lot more than they anticipated or were promised.Besides laughing, crying, swearing, and cheering through films and intimate discussions about sexual values, body image, “self-pleasuring,” gender identity, sexual orientation, seduction, abuse, theology, and “turn ons,” they faced off with each other around an altar in the woods, under blankets and star-filled skies, bareassed in the water, and with hands joined singing in a circle.Most everyone goes home forever changed. That is, if they make it through the week.The Annual Workshop on Sexuality at Thornfield was called “the world’s best kept secret.” Now you’re in on it. “Oh honey, you should have been there. We had two transsexuals and one cross dresser, and a nun, and two football coaches, and an ‘ex-gay’ guy, and lots of homosexuals, and we watched films of men and women masturbating and making love, and men and men, and women and women … and I talked about how you were non-orgasmic, and it was really cool!”- “Sex Camp”

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