Pure Womanhood

· Totus Tuus Press
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In today’s world, it is all too easy for a young woman to fool herself with lies about love. What does she tell herself?“Guys don’t want a pure girl.”“Nobody’s getting hurt.”“It’s all fun and games.”“It’s my body. It’s my choice.”“If I say no, I might lose him.”“I can’t be alone.”“It’s too late for me.”“What good guy would want me?”“It’s impossible to stay pure.”

Every woman longs for love, but many have given up. In Pure Womanhood, Crystalina Evert restores a woman’s hope. By her powerful testimony and blunt words of wisdom, she shows that real love is possible, regardless of the past. 

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Crystalina Evert is the founder of Women Made New Ministries and the co-founder of Chastity Project. She is a best-selling author of the books Pure Womanhood, How to Find Your Soulmate without Losing Your Soul, and the curriculum YOU: Life, Love, and the Theology of the Body. She has spoken about the virtue of chastity and God's plan for human sexuality internationally to hundreds of thousands of teenagers, including events such as World Youth Days in Australia, Spain, and Poland. Crystalina is a frequent guest on radio programs throughout the country, and her television appearances include MSNBC, the BBC, Donahue, WGN-TV news, and EWTN. She and her husband Jason have hosted a pair of TV series for teens on EWTN: “The Pure Life” and “Theology of the Body for Teens.”

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