Is oral sex a sin before marriage

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Are you wondering can Christians have oral sex? The wife gives authority over her body to her husband, and the husband gives authority over his body to his wife. Do not deprive each other of sexual relations , unless you both agree to refrain from sexual intimacy for a limited time so you can give yourselves more completely to prayer. You both must share your feelings on this matter. Obviously you have to have respect for one another.

Is Oral Sex A Sin

Is oral sex before marriage ok?

When people want to justify a behavior that deep down inside themselves they know they shouldn't do, they will redefine terms that cast their actions into a better light. I've noticed in recent years that people, young people especially, are making the definition of sex more specific so that what they are engaged in doesn't fall under condemnation. Most people have at least heard that sex before marriage is sinful, so they state that foreplay heavy petting is not really sex. Surveys now show that many teenagers are convinced that oral sex is not really sex, even though the word appears in the phrase. Even President Clinton tried to avoid the charge of engaging in sex with an intern by stating that sex didn't take place. If the evidence presented is to be believed, he engaged in oral sex, but since it wasn't vaginal intercourse and it was done to him and he claims he didn't do it to her, therefore, in his mind it wasn't sex. To address this question, let us first establish that in the Bible God states that sex is reserved only for married couples.

Q&A: "Oral sex isn't sex"

Is oral sex a sin in marriage? What about oral sex before marriage? Oral sex can be a beautiful and pleasurable way to bring more intimacy, pleasure, and connection within your marriage.
Dozens of you responded to our most recent Pure Sex, Pure Love survey about sexual intimacy before marriage-and expressed diverse opinions. Some readers said kissing, handholding and hugging are the only acceptable forms of intimacy before marriage. Other readers said anything short of intercourse is acceptable within a committed relationship.