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Question: How Do You Separate Your Sex Life From Your Religious Life?  

CookiesNMischief 34M  
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2/18/2013 9:09 pm
Question: How Do You Separate Your Sex Life From Your Religious Life?


For years I've been preaching the idea of sex being a very specific religion of sorts, where if by one's good graces, a gentleman/female hits just the right spot, a female/gentleman echoes sentiment with, "Oh God!"

Truly, madly, deeply are we individuals here who covet our neighbors with skin on sin, pressed into sweaty messes during weekend orgies at houses resembling the prim and proper establishments in the high end sections of town.

While churches around the country take to practicing in mass or congregations on a certain holy day, when it comes to sex, it's a 24/7 occupation, of body and mind, of willing partners or singular acts we handle all our own.

It got me thinking - there's 'church' and then there's the temples of the body. My question is, How does one keep their normal lives away from their sexual releases?

Granted, this inquisition has been a topic of many chat rooms since the advent of the internet. I've seen it in magazines, and it's been reported as though it was some viable subject worthy of political discussion. In this realm however, when spoken between normal folk, I wonder exact how the chat would go.

So, how do you play Mom and Dad on 'TV' and then go John Jacking Jill under the covers of the bed? Or has the physicality blurred the reality, and it now has become one or the same?

I am sure there will be hundreds of (or not) comments for those curiously snooping around my blog. So be it. I am not expecting to get the all-encompassing answer to the mighty question overnight. Still, I myself would like to see what the general populous of horny people think overall.

It makes for a great coffee conversation, doesn't it?

author51 57F  
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4/5/2016 4:13 am

I stopped going to church years ago as I was getting nothing out of the long winded sermons that put me to sleep.Having said that one does not have to go to church to practice their faith.I do that in the peace and quiet of my own home and pray every day.

One can compartmentalize all of their characteristics that make them a sexual human as well as your every day male or female.Once I am done for the day and behind closed doors my sensual side comes out of the compartments of my mind and it is show time...

One can never have enough JOY in their life...


CookiesNMischief 34M  
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3/5/2015 7:30 pm

    Quoting  :

And that's the thing - open to interpretation, as subjective as the person who takes into account the readings within the Bible. Or the Koran, whatever.

Why one cannot be religiously faithful to their beliefs while enjoying the emotional values within sex that God intended is beyond me. Because, as you and many others have mentioned, we are the highest form of that reflection when it comes to the face of God. And still whatever one practices, when it comes to sex, it's all kosher to say the temple that is the human body ought to be worshiped in both a mental and physical way.

To simply say, sex just to procreate makes the notion that we are no more emotional about who we as beings than an animal who ruts with another. To devolve as both an evolved species and a functioning society simply because the religion states otherwise is a backwards thinking.

Ultimately, it's this: What happens behind closed doors can be as open as what is practiced on a Sunday. It's basically no one's business except our own. Using our imaginations and creativity in the same manner as the strongest aspects of one's faith will make for a well rounded individual and one clear in their thought processes, not weakened by the sinful nature of what others may deem to be dirty.

Enjoy thyself. It's only the natural thing to do.


CookiesNMischief 34M  
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12/7/2014 10:06 pm

    Quoting PinkxxxKisses:
    I agree with that. I think there is good and bad in all religions. But, we have problems when we are arrogant enough to assume OUR religion is the only "right" religion. And for some reason - we have created this atmosphere that some "sins" are more acceptable and forgivable than other "sins". And I am not referring to killing and (banned) words. I am talking drinking, smoking, sex are often consider bigger sins than lying or treating someone poorly. However, in gods eyes ...........a sin is a sin is a sin. None are better or worse than any others.
Taking that thought, most of that theory would apply in other social settings as well. However, since this is strictly on religious bearing on sex, people who have a good head on their shoulders ought to have the capability of having their cake and eating it too - especially if dessert is quite sweet.

But I agree with you - religious organizations see it as black and white, there is no gray area. Unfortunately, its that blind narrow minded vision being preached upon the zombie masses that upsets the status quo. And in status quo I mean that part of society thinking within reason exactly how crazy that notion and definition of their "sin" really is.


CookiesNMischief 34M  
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12/7/2014 9:42 pm

    Quoting PinkxxxKisses:
    For me, morality is very different than religion. Morality is what I feel is the right thing to do.......religion was what they tried to brainwash me into believing was the right thing to do. Fortunately - once we are old enough to form our own opinions........I was able to choose what was "right" for my own life.
When it comes to organized religion, I only wished that people didn't have to impose their will of faith based ideologies on others who merely have a different thought on it. I believe for the most part, people want to do the right thing, and are good as individuals can be. I feel if one is able to distinguish from this and that, the path chosen, whether it be righteous or otherwise will be the one skin that person is comfortable to be in.


CookiesNMischief 34M  
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4/10/2013 11:14 am

    Quoting summer_2013:
    Interesting question! I think this will be hugely different from an individuals perspective of religion, their beliefs and their morals. For me it is easy as I am not really religious. I consider myself a christian but not practising. How I deal with things is to my best ability lead or try to be the best I can and try to be as honest and truthful as I can. Surely this is what religion asks of us. I have made mistakes in the past but at this point I would say there are certain moral grounds I would not tread knowingly e.g. involving myself with a married man and of course there is also the intentions not to knowlingly mislead someone. But then I am clear on my profile what I want which is a relationship and not a NSA, despite being on this site.
And really, that's what it all comes down to - doing what's right for you, because you are all you have, especially in a world of sexual temptations. In that regard, you are your own sensual religion


summer_2013 58F
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4/9/2013 12:08 pm

Interesting question! I think this will be hugely different from an individuals perspective of religion, their beliefs and their morals. For me it is easy as I am not really religious. I consider myself a christian but not practising. How I deal with things is to my best ability lead or try to be the best I can and try to be as honest and truthful as I can. Surely this is what religion asks of us. I have made mistakes in the past but at this point I would say there are certain moral grounds I would not tread knowingly e.g. involving myself with a married man and of course there is also the intentions not to knowlingly mislead someone. But then I am clear on my profile what I want which is a relationship and not a NSA, despite being on this site.


CookiesNMischief 34M  
3176 posts
4/8/2013 10:06 am

    Quoting  :

Religion is cultish in origin anyways; but I can't ever fault the faith of individuals who firmly believe in their particular religion. If taken into that account, I would say sex is a religion in itself - why do you think women when in the throws of passion would ultimately scream, "Oh God!" when having an orgasmic experience


CookiesNMischief 34M  
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2/19/2013 6:12 pm

    Quoting sonic_n_sideshow:
    It is a great question, but one myself I wouldn't even think to ask having so little of a religious identity in the sexual realm. I think as Dave said - it would really depend on denomination (if any) and degree, no?
As long as faith is strength based, you can keep playing while praying the good word when it comes to kneeling and, 'kneeling'...the balance keeps us at odds, but not so much we forget where we come from when it comes to both a religious and sexual experience. In that regard, they go hand in hand.

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CookiesNMischief 34M  
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2/19/2013 6:10 pm

    Quoting rm_4jasmine2:
    A very good question!
    My personal relationship with God has suffered since I have been on this site. According to my Bible, we have to live a clean and righteous life, and having numerous sex partners, and even watching porn is a sin.
    I do not believe God forgives sins if you just go out and do them over and over. One must repent and change your ways.
    Since I am not doing that, I believe I am not living the principals of the Bible and thus cannot claim I can do both.
    I believe either one or the other.
    My 2 cents.
I am sure in your heart and mind you are doing what's best, for you and for others as well. Just because one enjoys the thrills of sex doesn't mean they can't spread the good word either. There's a certain balance when it comes to pleasure and faith, and those who are free to think clearly are stronger for it.

Just keep doing what you're doing - my two cents And thanks for stopping in!


CookiesNMischief 34M  
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2/19/2013 6:08 pm

    Quoting daveroswell:
    Good question, don't have a good answer. I think a lot has to do with the religious denomination. Some of the more progressive religious folks feel they are intertwined, at least with married folks. Outside of that, it gets a little murky.

    Depending on who one believes is the creator, I find it hard to believe we have the ability to do the things we do (and enjoy it) and that it is somehow bad to do so. So, my thoughts are that we should enjoy it. Even if our religion doesn't specifically say we should, I think a lot of religious stuff is too word of mouth, anyway.
Yes, when it comes to sex Dave, orators like to speak in tongues, thus spreading the good word makes for some finger licking fun for those involved.

Personally though, I believe there are individuals who have balance both wants and desires on an equal basis with their beliefs because they are strong in faith and when it comes to the flesh. Because of that, they simply have no care in the world; in one's own mind, it is righteous either way.


sonic_n_sideshow 47M/49F
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2/19/2013 8:42 am

It is a great question, but one myself I wouldn't even think to ask having so little of a religious identity in the sexual realm. I think as Dave said - it would really depend on denomination (if any) and degree, no?

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rm_4jasmine2 49F  
10712 posts
2/19/2013 12:00 am

A very good question!
My personal relationship with God has suffered since I have been on this site. According to my Bible, we have to live a clean and righteous life, and having numerous sex partners, and even watching porn is a sin.
I do not believe God forgives sins if you just go out and do them over and over. One must repent and change your ways.
Since I am not doing that, I believe I am not living the principals of the Bible and thus cannot claim I can do both.
I believe either one or the other.
My 2 cents.

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daveroswell 51M
4579 posts
2/18/2013 11:17 pm

Good question, don't have a good answer. I think a lot has to do with the religious denomination. Some of the more progressive religious folks feel they are intertwined, at least with married folks. Outside of that, it gets a little murky.

Depending on who one believes is the creator, I find it hard to believe we have the ability to do the things we do (and enjoy it) and that it is somehow bad to do so. So, my thoughts are that we should enjoy it. Even if our religion doesn't specifically say we should, I think a lot of religious stuff is too word of mouth, anyway.


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