This week’s Sex Blog Roundup at Fleshbot is consumed by the fires of passion—that’s right, passion!—that knotty emotion that can lead to all manner of irrational acts. Why, this week passion has even caused two bloggers to propose meeting to dine, perchance to kiss, solely based on the lure of one another’s words.
I suppose that kind of thing does happen.
Speaking of passion, here’s one for Christ.
Dear blog author:
We recently came across your site, www.onelifetaketwo.com, while searching for fellow Christian bloggers.
A small group of us have started a new site called Christian Bloggers. Our prayer and intent is to bring Christians closer together, and make a positive contribution to the Internet community. While many of us have different "theologies,” we all share one true saviour.
Would you be interested in joining Christian Bloggers? Please take a few minutes to have a look at what we are trying to do, and if you are interested, there is a sign up page to get the ball rolling. We would greatly appreciate your support in this endeavour.
May God Bless you and your blogging efforts. We look forward to hearing from you.
Please note: you will receive this email only once. You can join or visit Christian Bloggers at any time, but we do not believe in spam, and will not intentionally send this invite more than once. If you have any concerns regarding our anti-spam policy, please do not hesitate to contact us.
Bless my heart if that isn’t a kind invitation. You know, it’s always nice when a reader is moved to write. I’m touched that after such careful consideration, the Christian Bloggers have asked me to join their congregation.
I know they took extra care in considering me, for their belief in the Lord is matched only by their damnation of spam.
And so, gentle readers, One Life, Take Two will now marshal forces with God-fearing perverts everywhere.
I mean, as long as you are on your knees, you may as well pray.
May God bless us sex bloggers, each and every one.
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