Makes You Think. I was engaged at 18, early in my second semester of my freshman year at college, and married by I was also the first of my siblings to be married and the first of my friends. In fact, the first wedding I ever attended as an adult was my own.
280: How to Have Better Sex in Your Mormon Marriage
How to Have Better Sex in Your Mormon Marriage - Mormon Stories
Speaking as a man, "it is better to give than receive". Allowing old men from a sexually repressed era to dictate your most intimate moments probably leads to more divorce than they'd care to admit. What a fantastic way to present such a sensitive issue!! Not having a wedge between us is so important that I always tell my Bishop and Stake President about my sexual inclinations and concerns as well as include them in my personal prayers to Christ. I know I can receive personal revelations on such matters but knowing I can talk to a mouthpiece of the Lord takes away any doubt or questions I may have about what is or is not appropriate in marriage. Who better to share such personal concerns with?
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Improving LDS Intimacy in Marriage
Is anal sex wrong? I asked my husband to do it once because I was curious and he was more than willing to oblige. That would certainly include oral sex. So which is it? This is such an excellent question and I appreciate your courage to ask it.
Sexuality has a prominent role within the theology of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints LDS Church , which teaches that gender is defined in the premortal existence , and that part of the purpose of mortal life is for men and women to be sealed together, forming bonds that allow them to progress eternally together in the afterlife. It also teaches that sexual relations within the framework of opposite-sex marriage is healthy, necessary, and ordained of God. In contrast with some orthodox Christian movements, sexuality in the Church's theology is neither a product of original sin nor a "necessary evil".