Virgin Monologues: Take Care Of The Temple

waterBy Guest Blogger, Gladys Wilson (ohthesweet)

Thank you everyone, Thank you. Before I accept this award, I would like to thank all of the people who have helped me get here.

Most of all I would like to thank me Mother and my Father for my Genes….

We all have genes and they make us either apple bottoms, flat bottoms or no bottoms at all. We have been given a set of genes and yes, I know you had no choice, but you got what you have so now move on. There is no excuse for us to misuse and desecrate this beautiful temple we have all been given.

The female body is one of the most beautiful structures God made on this earth. Just ask any man he will agree with me. Our skin tones vary from milk chocolate to dark chocolate and all of the shades in between. Our curves go from deep to wide. Yes ladies, we have a mighty fine body.

I want to leave you with one word, holistic. We need to be concerned about our body, mind and soul. Being a virgin is more than just what I will not do with a man. It is a holistic approach to life. I have the need to be perfect in all areas of my life and health is in my top 10 category. I may have gotten certain genes from my parents that predispose me to certain diseases, but I choose my destiny according to the man up stairs. Here are the two preventable diseases that women my be predisposed to, and they are making HEADLINES:

  • Heart Disease (more women are dying from it than breast cancer)
  • Type 2 Diabetes (can be prevented with weight control and smart living)

Prevent these diseases by exercising, eating right, hugging as many loved as you can in a day and take some time to feed your mind and your soul.

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  1. Maryann says:

    Yes the older I get the more this is of importance. Helps you think clearly too when you are living in a healthier way. Nobody’s perfect, but we must do what we can.

  2. James says:

    This is a very good post, more and more women need to worry about the insides than the out. Mischa missed the whole point.

  3. @Mishcha
    That is not what I am saying. What I am saying is that being a virgin allows me and all other virgins to have positive control over our bodies. It also allows the channel to our spirit and soul to stay open. The standard we have for our “self” is different (not less than or greater than) women who have pre-marital sex.

  4. Mischa B. says:

    Ok this sounds all fine and dandy but so women who are not virgins are NOT living holistically?

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