Sex and Religion: Which of these sexual practices is allowed by your religion?

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KEEP OFF THIS POST IF YOU ARE NOT MARRIED, PLEASE!

We have a very disturbing issue on hand. This matter is what many people do not put into consideration in their everyday lives, yet its most important. Excuse us for a little vulgarity here, but just ignore that and answer the question. Be truthful in all:

  1. Is oral sex a sin, that is, sucking your husband’s penis or wife’s breasts, vagina a sin during sex?
  2. Anal sex, that is, having your husband have sex with you through the anus, is it a sin?
  3. What sex positions are considered righteous, and which are sinful?
  4. Is polygamy a sin, that is, marrying more than one wife? For Christians, what do you have to say about the leaders of the Bible in the Old Testament?
  5. Is it right for a man or woman to be single all through his/her life?

Please support your answers with reference to the holy books-Bible, Quran, Gita, etc.

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5 thoughts on “Sex and Religion: Which of these sexual practices is allowed by your religion?

  1. First, a slight correction: stimulation of the breast either orally or otherwise can not be termed oral sex. oral sex strictly refers to stimulation of the male and or female sexual organs orally, that is using the mouth. You may wish to correct your first question.
    Having said I wish to express my objection to the imagery used in this post. As a trained journalist, I do appreciate the importance of the use of graphics and imagery to enhance a story.
    However, I am strongly of the opinion that the imagery used in the post has a pornographic conotation. I am not sure if that is the intention of this piece but I do feel that some other decent picture would suffice in conveying the message.
    Secondly, the picture dipicting a priest and nun of catholic extraction posing in what I would term a compromising position is clearly offensive to the catholic faith. Let me hasten to say that I am not of the catholic faith and neither am I a fanatic but respect to the beliefs and culture of people was one of the tenets of journalism that I was thought. Surely, a simple research on your part would have pointed out that catholic priests and nuns as the norm is, take a vow of chastity.
    Not to be misunderstood, I do agree that the issues raised are pertinent, even topical but as a follower of this blog I do expect a responsible practise of journalism on your part. I hope that is not too much to ask?

  2. Thanks once again. But could you please stop being anonymous? We will deal with the issues you complained about. Thanks for your observation.

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