[SEX POLL] 7 Questions to Answer

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  1. EXPONENTIALLY

    EXPONENTIALLY Fapstronaut

    Do you consider 'casual' / premarital sex good and healthy ?

    Is solitary masturbation less harmful than fornication (sex out of wedlock) ?

    What do you think of sexual purity (chastity, or abstinence for non-virgins) and sublimating the carnal pulses through positive outlets such as hobbies, sport, business, faith, etc. ?

    What are your thoughts on karezza (bonding, non-orgasmic sex) regarding the well-being in a heterosexual couple ?

    Is abortion an act of murder ?

    Is 'sex education' at school right ?

    Is there an industry between the pharmaceuticals and the medias and the fashion and the coaches that has its foundation in a rationalized pacified promotted sexual debauchery today ?
     
  2. Wow this thread is going to be a cluster fuck with that many questions, each one of which could probably be its own thread. I feel for the poor guy in the self-improvement section you gave this to. It’s as if you wanted him to be overloaded with questions you’ve already probably solidified your position on.

    Have fun!

    *grabs popcorn*
     
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  3. EXPONENTIALLY

    EXPONENTIALLY Fapstronaut

    Thanks! I realized my post was a little heavy so I ended up creating a thread to have a clearer perspective hopefully.
     
  4. Infrasapiens

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    1. I don't know, I'm a virgin.
    2. I don't know, I'm a virgin.
    3. I don't know, I'm a virgin.
    4. I don't know, I'm a virgin.
    5. I don't know, I'm a virgin.
    6. I don't know, I'm a virgin.
    7. I don't know, I'm a virgin.
     
  5. No

    I would say they are both harmful in very different ways, so it's hard to compare them. But I would say if I had to choose, masturbation might be less harmful.

    I think it's a good practice before marriage, not necessary after marriage unless God is specially calling you to do that.

    I think it's cool. It's also totally cool and fine if a married couple doesn't want to do that and wants to have orgasms. It just depends on the people and the time and their situation.

    Yes

    I would like to say that sex education is something that should be taught by parents, but at the same time, not everyone has parents that are going to teach them things well. I think it's obviously good to teach students about the biology of how babies are made and what sex is for, but I'm not sure how I feel about the rest.

    I think in a perfect world, I would rather the parents be teaching their children those things. But we don't live in a perfect world. So especially given my answer to the previous question, I do think it's important for people to learn more about birth control. Obviously I would rather they just be abstinent until marriage and follow God, but if they aren't going to do that, then I want them to know the risks and dangers of casual sex, as well as the methods of contraception so they don't end up pregnant and facing the decision of abortion, which is horrible.

    So yeah. I don't personally want my children learning sex education from a teacher who isn't a believer, being taught that masturbation is good and that sex outside of marriage is okay. But I think it's better to teach kids how to use contraception than to expect them to not have sex, and have them end up getting an abortion.

    You'll probably disagree with all of that and call me a bad Christian again, but whatever. That's just what I think.

    I have zero clue what this means.
     
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  6. EXPONENTIALLY

    EXPONENTIALLY Fapstronaut

    Suppress that silly suspicion from your head lol. I'm the watcher here, everybody is invited. Spiritually speaking, I guess you're my sister in Christ and I respect your free will, blessings.
     
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  7. Well good, thanks. That's how it should be.
     
  8. drac16

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    Do you consider 'casual' / premarital sex good and healthy ?

    Let me start out by saying that my understanding of human sexuality is based on the Bible primarily. I don't believe that pre-marital sex is good, nor healthy.

    Is solitary masturbation less harmful than fornication (sex out of wedlock) ?

    Probably. The Bible never mentions masturbation, so it's debatable as to whether it's a sin or not. Fornication, on the other hand, is always mentioned as being sinful. If you can find a way to masturbate in a way that's not addictive and you're not filled with lust all the time, it's possible that you are not in sin.

    What do you think of sexual purity (chastity, or abstinence for non-virgins) and sublimating the carnal pulses through positive outlets such as hobbies, sport, business, faith, etc. ?

    I think that that's the way to go. We should spend more time in fasting and prayer.

    What are your thoughts on karezza (bonding, non-orgasmic sex) regarding the well-being in a heterosexual couple ?

    I had no idea what that was. I had to Google it. I would say that that's basically fornication. I would take the same position on something like dry humping. I believe that one should avoid such a practice unless it's with someone whom they are married to.

    Is abortion an act of murder ?

    Yes; I believe it is.

    Is 'sex education' at school right ?

    I don't agree with some of it, like in the case of something like homosexuality, where it is taught that it is completely normal. For the most part though, I support getting our children educated when it comes to sex.

    Is there an industry between the pharmaceuticals and the medias and the fashion and the coaches that has its foundation in a rationalized pacified promotted sexual debauchery today ?

    Absolutely. I think the Illuminati wants to destroy the family, so they get fornication in the media outlets, which promotes fornication, so that more and more women are having children outside of wedlock. This leads to babies being raised in fatherless households.
     
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  9. brilliantidiot

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    No.
    Yes.
    Good.
    Fine if married.
    Yes.
    To some extent
    Quite possible.
     
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  10. YES!
     
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  11. Tibo87

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    Before to answer to those questions, I will say that I am only here to help people to get rid of their sexual blocks and be fully satisfied with their sexuality.

    Yes. As long as it is your desire to have sex and you do it with someone consenting.

    Definition found on google: Fornication is sexual intercourse between people not married to each other.
    Masturbation is neither less or more harmful than sex. Masturbation teaches you how to learn your pleasure, how to control your arousal, and how to teach others what you like. As long as it is not done in an addictive way (like everything else), there is no harm doing it.

    I won't pronounce myself on ''sexual purity''. I will only say that if chastity is your desire for spiritual purposes, it is your right to do so. You are the master of your own life.
    As for sublimating the ''carnal pulses'', we are human beings with needs, sex and reproduction being one of them (as for eating, drinking, etc). But as utilizing your sexual energy and redirect it towards hobbies, this can be a good practice.

    Heterosexual or not, karezza is a great practice to create stronger connection with your partner and to be fully enjoying the present moment and all the pleasure coming with the act.

    No comment.

    Yes, sex education at school should be done (as well as done by parents and mentors). But unfortunately, sex ed today is totally disconnected from the reality of people's desires, needs, and behaviors.

    No comment.

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  12. 1. No, but if a man is not having casual sex, society will view him as a leper.
    2. Yes, because with adultery you're hurting more than yourself.
    3. I value purity greatly, but again, it makes me a social outcast. Hobbies are the only outlet I have for dealing with my lust.
    4. Never heard of it.
    5. Not if the fetus is already dead. Some places won't allow abortion even if the fetus is septic and the mother will likely die. In the case of pregnancy from rape, I believe the woman should be compensated greatly by the man who raped her and she should be allowed to give the baby up for adoption with absolutely no financial obligation. She should not have to pay a dime and should be financially compensated for her time spent pregnant. Abortion simply because mother doesn't want baby is murder.
    6. Parents should be the ones teaching it, but they don't. So it's either sex ed at school or kids will learn from porn. And they're learning a early as 5 and 6 today. It is not the same world I grew up in.
    7. If you're asking if sex sells, then yes.
     
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    Do you consider 'casual' / premarital sex good and healthy ? Yes.

    Is solitary masturbation less harmful than fornication (sex out of wedlock) ?
    Neither need be harmful. Depends on context.

    What do you think of sexual purity (chastity, or abstinence for non-virgins) and sublimating the carnal pulses through positive outlets such as hobbies, sport, business, faith, etc. ?

    The idea of sexual purity probably has its roots in the abrahamic religions and is used as a means for suppressing and controlling women. My feeling is if you suppress your natural sex drive it will cause problems in the long run. I think the catholic priests have tried this experiment.

    What are your thoughts on karezza (bonding, non-orgasmic sex) regarding the well-being in a heterosexual couple ?
    Worth a try.

    Is abortion an act of murder ? No. And if you're a dude, it's non or your dam business anyway, stay out of it.

    Is 'sex education' at school right ? Kids should have sex ed. Schools are probably not the best option for teaching this though given their propensity to follow the cultural fads rather than sticking to the science. Parents need to step up here.

    Is there an industry between the pharmaceuticals and the medias and the fashion and the coaches that has its foundation in a rationalized pacified promoted sexual debauchery today ?
    This is late stage capitalism, it's only going to get uglier.
     
  14. There are two species of the closest relatives of humans, chimpanzees: the common chimp and bonobo. The chimp society is hierarchical, ruled by males and violent. The bonobo society is egalitarian, ruled by females and peaceful.

    Another difference is that there's much more sex and masturbation happening in the bonobo troops than in the chimp ones. There is almost no violence between bonobos because whenever the females sense an impending conflict, they immediately seduce and copulate with the males who were about to fight. A chimp's life revolves around fights for dominance within his group and wars with other groups, both mostly fueled by sexual frustration. Meanwhile the bonobos jack off, fuck and eat fruit.

    I think that the developed world is moving from a chimp society to a bonobo society. I personally like the hunger that abstinence provides me with but I would say that for humanity in general it's better if most men get their rocks off often.
     
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  15. What do you gain from such a thread?
     
  16. Showing off own perceived moral superiority.
     
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