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Updated on August 27, 2010

 Sex Positions For Christians
By Carol Madison

You know, that title so bugs me! That there would be a differentiation between sex positions for Christians and non-Christians is rather ludicrous. But it does come up - hence this article.

Is there something fundamentally wrong with Christians having sex in a position in any other way than the missionary position? Forgive my directness, but give me the scripture.

The fact is that when God left Adam and Eve to taste each other's delights, the only influence they had was to possibly see how the creatures were doing it all around them: Sex Education 101. Does that sound crude to you? Why? God made it ALL good, didn't he? So what part of "all" are we trying to exclude?

Now before you think I approve of bestiality, think again.  I am merely suggesting that the first man and woman had no knowledge of evil and in their innocence probably made note of all the cavorting that was probably going on all around them and let it inspire their own ideas.  We can only guess that God gave Adam some minimal instruction of what to avoid.

But fast forward past the "fall" and, thanks to Puritans and other religious fanatics, sex has been relegated to the necessary evil category and only for procreation. To this day certain religions say that God and the angels turn their backs on a man and a woman when they make love. Again, Scripture please!

I ask you, who invented sex in the first place? Who put the male and female pleasure spots in such reachable positions? If God had not meant for us to have pure but passionate sex all the time, why did he build in sex "buttons" and erogenous zones? The fact is He did invent male and female sexuality. And He meant for us to try anything, anywhere we can get away with it.

In the Song of Solomon, the Shulamite and her lover met under trees and meadows. They tasted and touched and tried anything. How can such an erotic book be included in the Word of God? Simply because God wants us to know how much He loves us. So much so that the only limitations you can find in scripture is that sex should be between a man and a woman, not with animals or same sex partners or someone else's mate.

So, let me just say that there are no "wrong" sex positions - thus all positions are for Christians! Throw out your tendency to judge right and wrong (man has delineated more sins than God ever did). This is for you and your lover to determine - not someone else.

It really is time to stop giving the devil or some perverted porn mogul credit for the absolute beauty of erotic love between a husband and his wife. God wants all of his children to experience all the beauty of married sexual love.



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      2 years ago

      Something single Christian women do, to find some fulfillment, is to engage in a lot of foreplay or heavy oral.

      She & her man agree that penetration won't occur, but engage in everything else.

      The woman caresses his hardness & he fingers her, probing her every depth & giving her all these fulfilling sensations.

      While he "explores" her, she fantasizes what it would be like to have him conquer her, so she must watch her thoughts.

      To "reward" him for not pressuring to penetrate her, the innocent Christian woman goes down on him & gives him all those wonderful feelings to orgasm & she doesn't deprive him by not swallowing.

      The feelings are so great that she lets him mount her, but still, he "promises" not to enter.

      As he rubs up against her, this also gives her tremendous feelings & he will often ejaculate all over her tummy & vagina area, & both will long for more.

      A Christian couple can get some limited satisfaction this way, but if a woman's dating a nonChristian, she better be careful.

      The Christian woman may think she can tame this nonChristian "bad boy" but engaging in "everything....but" activity can be dangerous, particularly for non-virgin but chaste women who've tasted the pleasures of sex but were trying to wait until marriage.

      Though he "promised" not to enter her very wet womanhood, which he sucked on for a long time & gave her orgasm after orgasm, she shouldn't be "surprised" when he attempts to work it in.

      It's a dangerous stage, going that far & putting herself in such a compromising situation with a nonbeliever, who may not have her best interests or morality in mind.

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      3 years ago

      The Christian women enjoy learning about sex by trying all sorts of positions & allowing the nonChristian men they date to enter them in all types of ways.

      They allow the godless heathen men they date to "introduce" them to the world of dating & sex.

      Fearing sin, many won't go on BC & won't require their guys to wear condoms.

      Some "promise" to pull-out "just in time," & spatter their spermy pagan cum all over their "Christian" tummies, some of that life-giving cum lands on the Christian girl's pubic hair.

      By giving their Christian innocence to these types of men, the Christian women dutifully submit to them & show them how dating Christian women can be.

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      3 years ago

      I think many good Christian women learn about all sorts of sexual positions while dating...

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      rev.uzziah bisogho 

      5 years ago

      tips to be given to christian couples

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      5 years ago

      Yes, I think Christians should enjoy sex.

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      7 years ago from Houston TX

      Interesting article which is well shared.thanks for sharing.


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