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Sexual Intercourse

Sexual Intercourse Requirements:

Sexual intercourse among humans, like most other human physical activity, commands us to meet certain requirements. We must meet these requirements if we are to practice the true and correct form of this activity.
We need to clearly identify these requirements if we are to practice true and safe sexual intercourse. This is necessary to avoid problems and diseases we suffer when we ignore these requirements in our sexual practice.

Sexual Intercourse, Identifying Its Requirements:

I wish to mention three requirements that we must meet in our effort to practice true and safe intercourse.

Requirement number one holds that: both partners involved must be human (not a man and an animal, for example).

Requirement number two is, that: one partner must be male and the other partner must be female (not two males, or two females imitating the sex act, for example).

The third requirement holds that: we must use both the male sex organ and the female sex organ simultaneously and together (not two female sex organs, or two male sex organs, or a male sex organ and an anus, or a female sex organ and an object other than a male sex organ, for example).

Sexual Intercourse, The Basis Of Its Requirements:

True human sexual intercourse must include all three of these scientifically factual requirements mentioned above. The very God who made us all commands these three requirements in the Bible. They also are all confirmed as healthy and sound, universally, by nature and by the pure and applied biological sciences.

Sexual Intercourse, Sensitivity Toward Others’ Feelings:

Please note that I do not aim to use the above statement to offend or annoy anyone, in any way. I wrote it, instead, to help clear the air surrounding an important topic about which there presently is much misunderstanding. I regret any offence experienced by readers of this post on this blog, and on Facebook and other social media.

By Edward Fagan

Edward Fagan Blog

July 21, 2018

(This is a previously published original post that I accidentally deleted from the blog. I thought it necessary that I republished it into the blog.)

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Please also see the following post in this blog: Looking At Love . 

Various ways of expressing love are used where ever there is a need to express love. Where ever love exists it is practised, and where ever it is practised it is expressed. When we express love, we must do so using one or more of the ways of expressing such love.

Humans are called to possess and express love toward each other and toward our beautiful world. Expressing love in the various and creative ways in which it can be expressed is therefore a part of that call. Expressing love is as important as love itself, and is universal and perennial.

Love deserves to be expressed in the most beautiful, artistic and moral way. The esthetic quality of the way we express love in any given situation can never be too high.

Expressing love in a manner that reflects emotional and other forms of affection, warmth and sensitivity can determine the nature and extent of our response to that expression of love. Expressing love in such an appropriate tone and manner can convey a sense of peace, fraternity, joy and happiness.

Expressing love as mentioned above can bring delight to the hearts of recipients of that expression of love who might be suffering through depression, sadness and despair. These recipients of that expression of love can be inspired to: cultivate a positive view of themselves and a more optimistic view of their circumstances and change, correspondingly, their behaviour toward themselves and their circumstances.

Expressing love in the manner mentioned above and our appropriate response to it can have a beneficial effect on the mental and emotional condition of both the person to whom love is expressed and the person expressing love.

The importance of expressing love is reflected in the cultures of the world, all of which have oral, physical and other customs and traditions that evolved from the love for and the importance of, expressing love. These customs and traditions and our own inclinations allow us more scope to express love in a practical way and with all of the joy, beauty and art that expressing love deserves.

The arts offer ample opportunity to identify or create, store, retrieve and teach values and practices relating to love and its expression. The literary arts, the performing arts and the visual arts continue to be used by their practitioners to teach or remind us how we may express love beautifully in all of its facets.

This cultural and artistic contribution to our understanding, practice and expression of love is a commonly shared legacy of all humans; and it provides an easily accessible resource which we can exploit in our effort at expressing love. We, obviously, also have our best natural  and acquired verbal, physical and other abilities which we can use in expressing love. The extent to which and the way we use this commonly-shared cultural and artistic legacy, and our natural and acquired abilities relevant to expressing love can help us greatly  in our effort at expressing love as effectively, richly and artistically as we wish to express it.

by Edward Fagan