Alisa is a friend of mine who is passionate about halting the horrific body count of women lost to domestic violence. Here are some of her thoughts which have been prompted by the recent shock of Eurydice Dixon’s murder.
What if instead of desperately seeking hot sex, we searched for a way to produce light when we touch? What if such touch were about finding a way to create light between people so that we could see ourselves and each other better? If the goal is knowing ourselves and each other like that, then what we need is not really heat but light ton illuminate the path. How do we touch and talk to each other to shine that light? Robert Jensen