Tracy Levinson didn't equivocate when she sat down with Glenn to give her perspective on sexuality as a person of faith. She shared personal experiences that built the understanding she now hopes to share with youth and their parents.
"I wasn't safe. I mean, the things that I did --- I wish that someone had helped me," Levinson said. "I wish somebody had cared enough about me to speak into my life and tried to help me navigate my sexuality."
Levinson said in no way does she promote the message that sex outside of marriage makes you "unpure" or "bad." Rather, she expressed a desire for young people to feel God's love for them.
"I would encourage them to not do those certain behaviors," she said. "Because I would want them to internally know that they are so loved and so precious that they would want to put that in a place where that would be safe for them."
Levinson is the author of unashamed - candid conversations about dating, love, nakedness and faith.
Watch a clip from the interview below.
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