Jewish women sexuality
Judaism is generally very positive about sex, regarding it as a divine gift and a holy obligation — both for the purposes of procreation and for pleasure and intimacy. The Talmud specifies not merely that a husband is required to be intimate with his wife, but sources also indicate that he is obliged to sexually satisfy her. Instead, sexual activity is highly circumscribed in Jewish tradition, as the rabbis of the Talmud sought to use the human libido as a tool for increasing the population and strengthening marriage. Traditional Jewish law not only prohibits many types of sexual relationships, but it also dictates specific parameters even for permitted ones. And while Judaism is broadly permissive when it comes to sex between married adults, the same is not true for sexual activity outside of a committed relationship. Adultery — traditionally defined as sexual intercourse between a married woman and a man who is not her husband — is forbidden in the seventh of the Ten Commandments and is among the most serious infractions in Judaism.
Laurel. Age: 26. I am gentle, sweet, at the same time passionate and hot. I will give you unforgettable minutes. This is the moment when desire spreads over the body in a wave and you lose composure, common sense, even breathing.
Judaism and Sex: Questions and Answers
Sexuality in Judaism
Welcome to a new series where we ask the question: how do people from different religions have sex? This series is based on the official teachings of the religion, not what individuals might choose to do. At all. As in, no hand-holding, no hugging, nothing.
Meghan Markle. Age: 30. I love very strong male hands and let them do a lot with me !!! Skillful girl with a bright appearance, hot temper and sexual insatiability!
In one of her early sessions with the patient, Bat Sheva Marcus, an Orthodox Jewish sex counselor, drew up a list. The patient, who was in her 20s, wore the uniform of her rigidly devout sect: a dark suit with a shapeless skirt reaching well below the knee, dark stockings, a plain blouse buttoned up to the neck and both a wig and a crocheted hat covering her head. There was pain, and, more problematic for Marcus, there was no desire. But the deeper aversion was more complex. Talking with the woman at a round table in a room decorated with still lifes of pears and berries, Marcus wrote a list of ways that the patient and her husband could make sex, for her, more appealing.
Sex has been a particularly important topic in religion, where scholars and theologians have debated the definition, purpose, and modus operandi. The religion of Judaism takes a conservative but somewhat middle ground stance regarding the issue of human sexuality. Judaism regards sex as a "divine gift" from God, not solely for the purpose of procreation, as some Western religions might believe, but for the purpose of companionship and pleasure. Judaism does not believe that sexuality is evil, but rather a strong and chronic urge similar to hunger or thirst, that is apparent in healthy human beings Rich 1. It is because sexuality is such a strong drive, however, that Judaism seeks to control it.
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