Delicate question about sexuality (warning: graphic language)
(04-16-2018, 04:21 PM)austenbosten Wrote:
(04-16-2018, 04:18 PM)Ludovicus Wrote: The second paragraph that you quoted was not complete.
Quote:The main reason is that, whatever the motive for acting this way, the deliberate use of the sexual faculty outside normal conjugal relations essentially contradicts the finality of the faculty. For it lacks the sexual relationship called for by the moral order, namely the relationship which realizes "the full sense of mutual self-giving and human procreation in the context of true love."[20] All deliberate exercise of sexuality must be reserved to this regular relationship. Even if it cannot be proved that Scripture condemns this sin by name, the tradition of the Church has rightly understood it to be condemned in the New Testament when the latter speaks of "impurity," "unchasteness" and other vices contrary to chastity and continence.

But what is considered conjugal?  It seems it would be the penetrative act does it not?
sex is not mechanical and God didn't make it that way.  He didn't make it so part A inserts into part B, consumate for 1-10 minutes and then complete and be done.  that's not the way sex is.  the normal conjugal act is so much more than just penetration.  I mean the normal conjugal act is not only physical but mental.  i mean the church has NEVER stated sex is just penetrative acts and even trad priests will not take that approach.

Women are not like men.  They can't flip a switch and suddenly be turned on.  Us men can.  We see our wife naked and we are ready to go.  Women were not made to be like this.  Not all, but the vast majority need to be turned on to provide lubrication for the act of penetration to begin.  To say sex should only be penetrative would mean sex most of the time would not be possible.  You need lubrication to perform the act or there is great risk to injury or pain to one or both spouses.  Not to mention as men get older and women, their sex drives diminish.  Its not realistic to assume older men will need no help getting ready for the penetrative act.  So then once a man no longer is able to get ready without any assistance the couple would be barred from sex.  Some men need assistance at all times.  So by that logic, this couple could never even consummate their marriage.  Also there is no decree from the church that I know of that says a man must be able to get an erection on his own, without touch to be able to marry.  Cause that what the line of thinking your purposing says.

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RE: Delicate question about sexuality (warning: graphic language) - by havok579257 - 04-16-2018, 04:40 PM

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