Wednesday, April 25, 2012

Legislating away our free will

I've decided that Christians must believe that their god gave us free will so that they could legislate it out of us.  If they had their way, any non-Christian act (by the definition of which sect, I wonder?), would be illegal and therefore banned.  That isn't exactly free will, is it?  So why are they opposing their god's desire for us to be able to act freely in a non-believing manner?

Wednesday, April 11, 2012

"Celibate" kiddie-diddlers give sex advice for married couples

If you ever wanted advice about sexual relations with your spouse from men who dress up in funny robes, take a vow of celibacy, but end up fucking little boys in their care, check this out.

Everybody knows from the introduction that I'm referring to the Catholic Church, there was really no need to say so, even though I just did.  It's just mind-boggling, and I mean that in the most serious way, that not only would they think themselves qualified to give this advice, but that anybody would give a shit what they think!  Anyway, I present it to you for your own amusement.  Feel free to read it with your partner and break each rule as you go along.  You can make a game of it!

Some excerpts:

If a man has a vasectomy, does he need to reverse the procedure before having sex again?
If a man is truly sorry for having the operation and has gone to confession, he may have sex again without fear of committing a sin.

Is “pulling out” considered contraception?
Yes. When a man ejaculates, the life giving seed spews forth. If you keep this seed from following its natural course (by blocking it, spilling it, or chemically destroying it) you violate the natural use of sex. Pulling out is equivalent to using a condom.

Is oral sex considered a kind of contraception?
For a man, yes. Well, at least if he ejaculates. It would be the same thing as “pulling out.”

Is mutual masturbation a mortal sin?
Somewhat. If a man ejaculates, then this is very clearly a mortal sin, as he is spilling the seed. In spirit, the act of mutual masturbation eliminates the loving embrace God intended for man and woman. It puts oneself in the drivers seat, and degrades sex to a purely physical act. But sex is not a merely physical act of love. It is a supernatural act where man and woman embrace in body and soul.

Is it wrong for a woman to masturbate after the man ejaculates?
It is reasonable for a woman to expect pleasure from sex. In cases where a man will not spend the proper time and energy to physically fulfill a woman’s needs, it is permissible for her to do so herself.