Technical Virgin: How Far is Too Far?

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Baker Publishing Group, Jul 1, 2006 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 160 pages
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Every teenage girl craves male attention. But how does she know when and where to draw the line? What if she's already stepped over that line? And how can she find her way back? In a culture where hookups and friends-with-benefits are commonplace, how far is too far when it comes to the physical?

The technical virgin, a term becoming all too familiar with Christian teens, is someone who believes in abstinence but allows loopholes in their physical relationships, thereby compromising true purity. In this new book, Hayley DiMarco takes a look at what purity really is. With her straightforward, in-your-face writing, she shows girls

- what they are really saying about themselves through their sexy actions
- what happens when purity is reduced to a technicality
- what words like abstinence and commitment really mean
- what God says on the subject of purity

With candid advice, personal insight, and tough truth from God's Word, Hayley DiMarco will help teen girls understand who they are so they can make informed, godly decisions about purity and sex.

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User Review  - Kelly -

I read Technical Virgin in two days. Hayley really kept me interested and focused on my purity. I guess it wasn't the worse book I've ever read, but i didn't like it, Hayley just bashed guys and sort ... Read full review

User Review  - Freetime -

This book is excellent! This is a great book for all girls to read before they start dating. Great advice! Read full review

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About the author (2006)

Hayley DiMarco writes and creates cutting-edge books that connect with the multitasking mind-set through her company, Hungry Planet. She has written and co-written numerous best-selling books for both teens and adults, including Dateable, Marriable, Sexy Girls, Mean Girls, and Mean Girls All Grown Up. Hayley has also spoken at conferences like Women of Faith. She and her husband, Michael, live in Nashville, Tennessee.

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