Meagan Good Speaks about being in Submission to her Husband and Being his Ride or Die

Meagan Good and her husband, Devon Franklin are a Beautiful Couple.
While speaking with Shamara and Laiya of Philly’s Hot 107.9, she said that the idea of submission in a relationship was Not for her, because she was more focused on being free and independent. 

But she says that once she met the man she knew she wanted to spend the rest of her life with, submission took on a whole different definition for her than what many people assume it means. This is what she said when she was asked whether or not she really wanted to have sex with the same man for the rest of her life:

“Listen, it’s so interesting. I was really always afraid of marriage; I was like, ‘I don’t know if I can do this.’ I’m such a free-spirited person. The whole idea of submitting just freaked me out. Then, when I met the right person, where submitting meant something totally different than what I thought it meant–it meant that I was his partner, that I was his backbone, that he actually cares about my opinion and that he actually seeks my advice, it just changed my whole entire perception of it. 

He really is my partner in purpose. He really is like my ride-or-die and I’m his ride-or-die. Anyway, I really like him a lot. A lot of people love the person they’re with. I really like him a lot and love him. So yes,  I will have sex with him for the rest of our lives.”
"At the end of the day, you gotta keep your eyes on God and you gotta do what’s in your heart and what you believe is the right thing. Being authentic is the right thing. 

I’m called to a certain generation and a certain kind of people and women. A lot of those people won’t set foot in a church just because of the judgment and because they don’t feel like they fit in and because they don’t feel like they’re good enough. Those are the people I directly connect with because that has always been my experience. 

It’s really about building the kingdom and everybody has their own job…We just gotta do what God called us to do.”