Watch: Desire’s Kiss – The Woodsons

Desire’s oldest brother, Woodson, and his wife, Catherine, are quick to object to Desire’s love life – even when theirs is struggling.

Desire’s Kiss – The Woodsons
(DK’s 2nd trailer)
featuring:
Kerwin Thompson – James Woodson, Jr.
Naaya E. Bassey – Catherine Woodson
Julie Skrzypek, Director
Shoccara Marcus, Director of Photography
Colette C. C. Coward, “I Can’t Stop This”
Candi Dugas, Executive Producer, Editor, Screenwriter
Learn more about how Desire’s Kiss – The Episodic Film is changing conversations to compel complete freedom around sexuality and spirituality here: https://desireskiss.wordpress.com/
(c) 2016, 2015, 2012, 2011 candi dugas, llc.
Flying Seagulls clip provided by YPPictures/Pond5.com.

Watch: Desire’s Kiss Trailer

“With great delight I sit in his shadow, and his fruit is sweet to my taste.” ~Song of Songs 2:3

A young Christian woman, sexy beyond her years, comes of age in the hands of an older lover, despite objections from her family, her faith – and her fears.

Read more about how Desire’s Kiss is changing the conversation around sexuality and spirituality.

Sex is a good thing; let the church women say, “Amen!”

A young Christian woman, sexy beyond her years, comes of age in the hands of an older lover, despite objections from her family, her faith – and her fears.

What is happening this time – and why – when love struggles to grow – even in the presence of irresistible touch, gorgeous bodies, great sex and a soul connection? With strong ties to faith and family Desire defines her own independence, fueled by her talent – and her sexuality. But falling for Mose is challenging, even as she handles the demands on her choices from her brother, Woodson, his wife, Catherine, and her childhood church family. How does Desire keep what is hers?

“My vineyard, my very own, is for myself; . . .”

~Song of Songs 8:12

“I come to my garden, my sister, my bride; I gather myrrh with my spice, I eat my honeycomb with my honey, I drink my wine with my milk. . . .

I slept, but my heart was awake. Listen! my beloved is knocking.

Open to me, my sister, my love, my dove, my perfect one; for my head is wet with dew, my locks with the drops of the night.

My beloved thrust his hand into the opening, and my inmost being yearned for him. I arose to open to my beloved, and my hands dripped with myrrh, my fingers with liquid myrrh, . . .”

~Song of Songs 5:1-5

Feminine sexuality is a good thing – wholly worthy of celebration and full understanding. Conservative interpretations of sacred texts across faith traditions tend to guide us toward a singularly proper understanding of love, sex, and relationships. In my Judeo-Christian heritage I know that there

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