Our question is in the area of oral sex. Is it scripturally wrong for married couples? N o where does the Bible forbid it or discuss it.
What's your opinion of oral sex? Is this a permissible form of sexual intimacy and expression between a husband and wife? As you probably know, the Bible is silent with respect to this specific issue.
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I am a year-old married woman. My husband of 18 years is 22 years my senior. I credit my husband for giving me a good life and helping me pursue goals.
Oral sex. Does it have a negative connotation for you? It did for me, for many years and I know it does for other women like me, married Christian women, that is.
No one becomes an expert without a little trial and error, and this is as true with oral sex as it is with anything else. Concerns about cleanliness can make husbands and wives wary about oral sex. The solution?
I have been with my wife for almost three years. When we met, my wife hadn't had sex in almost 10 years—after moving to Chicago from Poland. She decided to renew her Catholic faith and not have sex before marriage.
Years ago, I was having lunch with a woman who would eventually become one of my closest friends. To say she and I had great ease in talking about sex in our marriages would be an understatement. To this day, she is a confidante who I know will always be up for a transparent and authentic conversation about sexual struggles and sexual joys.
I understand the virus that causes problems in hospitals, such as wounds that don't heal up, is commonly found at the back of the nose and throat area. And I believe that many people may carry the virus, and not be aware of it. Is there a risk of catching the super virus from a blow job from my wife, or of me passing it to her if I go down on her?
Ah, oral sex … the first posts I wrote about it were oh-so-popular. Indeed, some scholars believe that the lovers mention oral sex poetically in Song of Songs with these verses:. Blow on my garden, that its fragrance may spread everywhere. I have come into my garden, my sister, my bride; I have gathered my myrrh with my spice.