Sexual Ethics

(redirected from Sexual morals)
The constellation of moral and ethical considerations and obligations that a person or group has in the context of consensual penetrative sexual activity
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Regarding religious observance, many Islamists portray themselves as pure and pious, but they do not go to the mosque, they do not say their prayers, and they see Mullah's as lazy freeloaders with questionable sexual morals.
But centuries ago that same word cropped up in place names and medical texts and was less offensive than words that might damn a woman's sexual morals.
There is no denying that the ethnicity of the suspects does play a role and that there is a problem with the sexual morals of many young men that constitute the majority of the current wave of refugees.
It "is still used by Catholics who advocate not just change in teaching on contraception and sexual morals, but on the future place of authority and personal conscience within the Catholic Church" (84-85).
According to News24, it added that in light of the legal spirit of relevant laws aimed to protect healthy sexual morals, marriage bonds and family life, the Commission decided to block the website which promotes adultery.
The Origins of Sex tells a story of transformation in English sexual morals and mores in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries.
The results, at least those reported by bishops in Europe and the United States, have been an eye-opener: The church's core teachings on sexual morals, birth control, homosexuality, marriage and divorce were rejected as unrealistic and outdated by the vast majority of Catholics, who nevertheless said they were active in parish life and considered their faith vitally important.
Should we be rewarding gluttony, drunkenness, drug addiction and loose sexual morals by handing out medicine like Smarties?
The woman and the myth are the center of the story, but Heineman's much larger intention is to reveal what she calls "the history of sexual morals in the Federal Republic.
Following the initial analysis of scandal as a sociological phenomenon in the first chapter, Adut devotes the second of rive remaining chapters to the Oscar Wilde affair, perhaps the most celebrated sexual morals trial of nineteenth-century England.
precisely because its positions with regard to sexual morals do not enjoy the support of the majority of the population.
In particular, following a period of relative sexual liberty, a policy of abstinence of increasingly preached by religious fundamentalists, who are allied with various other groups that both fear attacks by the fundamentalists if they resist and recognize the problems associated with a mere minor liberalization of sexual morals.

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