Elizabeth Woning began questioning her sexuality when she was 16. By the time she was in her 30s, she says, she was “stereotypically butch.”

But after an experience at a local church, Woning said she began to question what lesbianism meant to her.

“I recognized that it gave meaning and purpose to my life,” Woning said. “… And so, before the Lord, I began analyzing what that meant and why it was so challenging for me, such a letdown, to be just a woman.”

Woning spent about 18 months trying to understand “the character of God and where I fit in that,” she said. “And the Lord was able to displace my sense of belonging as a lesbian with my sense of belonging as a daughter of God.”

Today, Woning co-leads the Changed Movement, a Christian organization that works with people who are seeking to leave the homosexual lifestyle or who are struggling with same-sex attraction.

Woning joins the “Problematic Women” podcast to share her story and to talk about the LGBTQ agenda.

Also on today’s show, we discuss tennis star Naomi Osaka’s decision to drop out of the 2021 French Open. And as always, we’ll be crowning our “Problematic Woman of the Week.”

Be sure to check out the documentary telling Cynthia and Margaret Oneal Monteleone story here.

 

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  1. Stad Coolidge
    Stad
    @Stad

    While I understand your reasoning for Osaka needing to suck it up and do the interviews, I’m more on her side in this.  Post-game interviews in almost any sport are terrible.  Imagine being asked, “How did you feel about missing the shot that would have won the championship?”

    They should do away with the interviews altogether.  It’s sad many treat athletes as gods, so let’s try treating them as humans for a change . . .

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