List of Figures and Tables Acknowledgments A Note to Readers on Quoting Online Content Introduction 1 * Godly Sex: A New Evangelical Sexual Logic 2 * Overcoming the Obscene: Using Religion to Talk about Sex 3 * Virtual and Virtuous: Forming Online Religious Communities 4 * Sexual Awakening: Defining Women's Pleasures 5 * What Makes a Man: Making "Bad" Sex "Good" Conclusion: Paths of Desire Appendix A: Websites Mentioned by Name in the Book Appendix B: Doing Internet Ethnography Notes Bibliography Index
Kelsy Burke is Assistant Professor of Sociology at University of Nebraska - Lincoln.
"Kelsy Burke's new study of evangelical sexuality websites tells a new, finely nuanced and wholly convincing story... fascinating and suggestive." Reading Religion "Burke has constructed an artfully crafted and instructive text that extends sexual work in the sociology of religion, documents the complexity of contemporary religious-sexual relations, and provides a useful example of integrating sexual, gender, and religious sociologies in practice." American Journal of Sociology