So the 30-Day Sex Challenge is already well under way, and if you were looking to join in, you’ll have to wait until next year. We figured we’d wrap up our coverage of it with a poll asking what you thought of it.
Most of you were big fans of the campaign. You like the idea of churches encouraging intimacy within marriage and encouraging singles to abstain. Any British fans of church sex marketing could also check out the new material from the Church of England–”Growing Together.” Summed up (probably inaccurately) by British tabloid The Sun as, “Officials at the Church of England have written a saucy good sex guide for their parishioners.”
36% of you aren’t so sure. Half of you aren’t fans of their caveat that singles should also remain celibate. You think this is condoning premarital sex, and churches ought not be in that business. The other half of you could wrap up your feelings about the challenge as, “Meh.”
The last 26% of you think it’s silly altogether, and there might be a little too testosterone-driven. C’mon guys can make up the marketing campaigns just fine. I mean, what do you propose? Extreme Makeover: Church Edition? (Ed. Note: My apologies for that being the best I can come up with. Comments are now open to 30-Day Sex Challenge Alternative.)