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Priscilla Shirer, a Bible teacher and bestselling author who hosts "The Chat" Web show, recently led a no-holds-barred discussion with five Christian men to get an inside perspective on what women need to know about the opposite sex when it comes to their ego, intimacy, and taking on certain roles in the relationship."The Chat with Priscilla" is broadcast monthly at features Shirer hosting discussions with a variety of guests on issues related to relationships, faith and well-being. In a recent two-part episode of "The Chat," Shirer hosted comedian Michael Jr., her brother and recording artist Anthony Evans, worship leader Carlos Whittaker, her husband Jerry Shirer and recording artist Michael Boggs in a discussion about "What Men Wished Women Knew."One question posed early on in the discussion by Shirer was directed to Evans, her unmarried brother: "What is most distasteful to you about a single woman?
I think you're right, and I think the women are right.
"I was like, 'You're interesting to me.' And then she wouldn't give me her phone number, which made me even more interested."Ego, Independence and Submission In part two of their discussion, the men touched on issues of sex and intimacy and their thoughts on submission in marriage."Could you all help us to understand how critical the care of your ego is? Jerry Shirer jumped in, stating, "I think the bottom line is this, the Bible is very clear: women honor your husbands; husbands love your wives.
I like to imagine some stuff, and you're showing me everything. Shirer noted the opinion held by some women that men in today's culture do not seem too interested in actually pursuing a woman."I think a lot of women think that guys aren't interested in pursuing anymore.
I think they want someone to come knock on their door because all the women are like, 'OK, the Bible says he who finds a good wife, but it doesn't seem like anyone is interested or looking. '"Whittaker agreed with Shirer's assessment, saying, "I think this is actually an epidemic that's going on in evangelical America.
"Evans, who showed off his ring-less hand at one point, stated that when a woman is "overtly forward" he finds it to be a major turnoff.
"It's not endearing at all," he said, adding, "We were built for that, to pursue, and if it flips I'm like, 'Nah, I'm good.'"So how does a woman show she might be interested in a man without "putting herself out there too far? According to Whittaker, married for 13 years and occasionally on the road, there is the universal "look" a woman might give to signal her interest in a man."It just takes a look.
'"Evans, calling himself a "30-something noncommittal guy," responded that a woman needs to have confidence and "want" him as opposed to "needing" him."Her knowing who she is in Christ, I need that," said Evans.