Sunday, November 13, 2005

JC's GirlsGirlsGirls--Three Beauties Stand Up for Jesus

Tanya

Lori

Heather


They say that God works in mysterious ways. Porn surfers might agree.

JC's GirlsGirlsGirls, Tanya, Lori, and Heather have a trick or two up their collective sleeves, no pun intended. The sight of the glamour shots above, taken from jcsgirls.com, might lead a body to think that more revealing sights await those who click deeper into the web site. No way! What is there are the personal stories of three lovlies who've found Jesus.

These beautiful women are on a mission to minister to those enslaved by sexual addiction. From the women of porn to the males who thrive on consuming it, these girls say, "Jesus loves you. Repent."

They're not exactly what you expect when you think of Christians on a mission. You'll never mistake them for Pat Robertson or Jerry Falwell. However, they offer a Christian message. Let's hear it in their own words. From the pen of Lori we learn:

Our whole goal when we began was simply to get the message out to people in the sex industry that when they are ready to come to God, he will not turn his back on them. This is still our goal…so this means that even if a girl never enters the door of a church, a huge accomplishment has been achieved in helping her get the message that God forgives no matter what she has done! God is using us to get this message out way faster than we anticipated.

Heather adds:

As a successful Vegas stripper, I lived life to the extreme. I partied with celebrities, traveled, and found pleasure in the lifestyle that stripping provided. However, deep down inside I was terrified to die. Feeling like I would eventually pay the price for the life I lived, I began “bargaining” with God. Unfortunately, no one ever reached out to me, so I started seeking God on my own. I found a local church but went not telling anyone of my past, afraid that people would judge me. I learned slowly that God does not want Christians to judge others but calls them to love. Knowing this, I began to open up and share even though I knew I was being judged. I began to help my Christian friends realize that judging others is wrong, and God doesn’t like it.

My hope is to open the doors of churches to make room for all people including porn stars, strippers, and men addicted to strippers or porn.

JC's Girls is the second-highest rated video at Craveonline. Again, don't expect a skin show. The video is a profile of the ministering by JC's GirlsGirlsGirls shown on the TV program, A Current Affair.

Sex appeal is used to sell everything from new cars to toilet paper. Why not Jesus?

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10 Comments:

At 4:45 PM, Blogger Shawna M said...

Well Dr. Ayers what a blog. Being a person that doesn't believe in organized religion i don't know what to say. But i think you are right why can't sex appeal work for Jesus. oh the irony..

 
At 8:33 PM, Blogger Kristina W said...

I'm just curious how this internet site was found to begin with...Wait nevermind. I don't want to know. There's something truly disturbing about this. The cynic in me is wondering whether this is some strange marketing gimmick where people are mocking Christianity or if porn stars and strippers are truly converting to Christianity. I think the fact that people are questioning their motives makes them slightly less credible as messengers of God. Hey whatever works!!

 
At 9:57 PM, Blogger Anthrogrl said...

What I find so ironic is that these women feel the need to find "forgiveness" for being strippers; apparently our society views that as one step above becoming a prostitute (which isn't true, of course).

I wonder how many men who've pain for sex have ever felt the need to confess to say, oh I don't know...their wives/fiances/priests/spiritual adivsor, etc.

I'm not trying to be judgemental, but I think this is an excellent example of how women are still accustomed to feel ashamed of their sexuality in many societies. I'm not saying being against stripping is wrong, but I do think it's unfair to always focus on the women and not the men who pay for this sort of thing.

If anyone's interested, there's a very interesting study conducted by an anthropologist. It's called
"Fieldwork on Prostitution in the Era of Aids," by Claire E. Sterk. It's definitely worth reading.

 
At 11:57 AM, Blogger HalheG said...

I am not a religious person, but for some reason sex appeal and Jesus do not sound right together.

 
At 4:12 PM, Blogger Sarah said...

I agree with halheg, sex appeal and Jesus are not supposed to be together. There are better ways to spread the word of God, come on.

 
At 7:40 AM, Blogger ryan said...

i think that it's great that these women found something to believe in. just the fact that they can draw hope from something other than stripping willl probably help them to avoid a lot of future problems. although i am not involved in an organized religion, i do know that it can be helpful in coping with many aspects of life.

 
At 12:10 PM, Blogger Carlos L said...

This is an interesting blog. I think that sometimes some people need god to be good but I know for a fact that people can be good without needing religion. I mean good in a social point of view and not from a religeous standpoint. I diagree with Jessica in that this is an issue of women feeling ashemed with thier sexuality because stripping and prostitution are generally not accepted my the majority of society. I do side with Jessica in that women are disproportionately blamed for the existance of such activities. After all are men not the cause of this as men represent most of the demand for pornography, stripping, and prostitution? This is definately different from a woman being ashmed to talk about her sexuality however. Because of societies views on these professions it is understandable that some women involved in this may feel like they're doing something wrong. So like in this case women may feel a need for repent thus turning to christianity.

 
At 12:45 PM, Blogger Noah said...

This is definitely and interesting blog. I don't really think they should advertise themselves as if they were a porn site. It is kind of conveying the wrong meaning. There are definitely better ways of doing things.

 
At 12:42 PM, Blogger Jbrew87 said...

This could just be a ploy to make money.

 
At 1:03 PM, Blogger Nochman said...

Hey, we already know not to trust internet links everytime! In THIS case, I have to say the end justifies the means.

 

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