Willey appealed against that sentence at Durham Crown Court, claiming that the custodial element was excessive.A few minutes into a rousing conversation about why women should try new sex positions, four sensible-sounding mom-types explain why “missionary” isn’t ideal for orgasming.(The angle is all wrong.) The debate moves on to having sex on household furniture to keep things fresh and the pros and cons of “doggy style.” One woman advises, “You have to be willing to laugh when you try something new, and you have to be willing to fall off the bed.” Eventually, someone asks: What does the Bible have to say about sex positions?This is , a new biweekly podcast hosted by four conservative Christian sex bloggers — all of whom have been married to men for more than two decades, all of whom have grown children — dedicated to exploring “the naked truth about godly sexuality.” Grounded in the belief that a strong Christian marriage includes a mutually satisfying sex life, — whose hosts worship at a mix of Evangelical or Methodist churches — covers topics from sex toys and mismatched libidos to erotica and personal grooming.Listen in as five marriage blogger husbands answer the question, "Why is sex important?" Paul Byerly (The Generous Husband and The XY Code), Scott Means (Heaven-Made Marriage), Brad Aldrich (One-Flesh Marriage), Tom Walter (The Romantic Vineyard), and Doug Taylor (Big Guy from The Forgiven Wife) discuss the importance of sex.But she did report matters when a second similar letter arrived at her office, three months later.The letter claimed to be from a mysterious “Weardale woman”, but Miss Bottomley said a DNA lift from the envelope led officers to the home of 56-year-old Alan James Willey – whose sexual prowess was referred to by the supposed female author.
AN EX-ARMY officer who arranged a sex hook-up with a 14-year-old girl in Selby Park after being caught out in a sting has avoided jail.
Although police found a draught of one of the letters on Willey’s home computer, he claimed he could not remember sending them.
He denied two counts of malicious communication, conveying an indecent message, but was convicted following a trial before magistrates in April.
Miss Dowling told the court the Guardians of the North group had set up a profile on adult website Badoo last June and Baker, who said he was an apprentice mechanic, had made contact.
He initially cut contact when he was told "Katie" was a 15 schoolgirl from Sunderland, but got in touch again over a fortnight later.