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Started by KindSmile. Last reply by Jayson Jan 21, 2016. 29 Replies

So is the sin next to the sin next to murder still a sin ? Continue

Ex-mormons= better lovers?

Started by CamBam. Last reply by Paul Dec 19, 2015. 10 Replies

A lot has been made of how mormonism can ruin your sex life, but has anyone run into this?I've had insanely satisfying physical relationships with questioning/exmormons- so much passion, the ability…Continue

Does the bible say anything about sex before marriage?

Started by MikeUtah. Last reply by Carrie Nov 12, 2015. 4 Replies

(new discussion for Sparrowlark's quesiton):Okay, So I know that everyone interprets the Bible differently, and I know that not everyone on this site believes in Christianity or God for that matter.…Continue

Have your opinions on PORN changed?

Started by TheMama. Last reply by Carrie Nov 12, 2015. 87 Replies

So, as I've released myself from TSCC my opinion on many things has changed, sometimes dramatically... as I'm sure many of you can relate.I was wondering about other people's thoughts on porn... have…Continue

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Comment by KindSmile on July 30, 2015 at 12:53pm

Life is sexually transmitted. 

Comment by MikeUtah on July 18, 2014 at 4:23pm
Sparrolark, I created a discussion to better explore your comment.
Comment by Sparrowlark on July 18, 2014 at 4:09pm

Okay, So I know that everyone interprets the Bible differently, and I know that not everyone on this site believes in Christianity or God for that matter. I personally don't know what I do or don't believe anymore, but regardless I would like to know if the Bible and/or Jesus says anything specific about sex before marriage. I know it talks about adultery, so does that mean sex while you or the other party is married? Or does adultery back then (10 commandments) mean that you aren't suppose to have sex period before you get married? And wherein lies the sin of that act from a biblical standpoint? I'm trying to understand the history of sex and sexual norms from a religious standpoint.

Comment by KindSmile on June 20, 2013 at 11:34am

Just adding a thought for the day here. The mormon corporation claims purity and accuses those that leave to be sinful. I find the crazyness of their position to be bassackwards like usual. Stepping out of the mind control cleans up a life. Getting the church as a threesome out of your life makes life so much nicer. A relationship between 2 people is pure. The church is the innappropriate perv, the third wheel, the leech and is not allowed in the bedroom. ... or any where else for that matter!

Comment by Brian Utley on May 16, 2011 at 9:34pm


Kind of a moot point with me, and with us here in Indiana.  My children, and consequently grandchildren, have disowned me since I married a much younger woman and then, insult to injury, left the Church.  While I was still at home, my former wife and I were nudists, but not in front of the children.  We occasioned resorts.  My present wife (my ultimate wife) and I are thorough-going nudists...but, no, I would not offend anyone close to me in their presence.  My guess is that nudity would offend most of my former friends, family, relatives.  We are presently establishing a privacy barrier around our five that we don't arouse the neighbors. The tyranny of clothing is alive and well, thanks to the churches.  Indiana is pretty conservative.  But we do belong to several social nudity groups, and it's clothes off immediately as soon as we merge with those groups.  Also, we are nude and not-nude around our house, such as the mood strikes us---often a function of the weather.  We do have some neighbors that join us for nude recreation, but, interestingly, these engagements often raise sexual overtones...which we usually welcome, as wel, having dispensed with guilt and shame over sex (as well as nudity) long ago.  Nudity good, not bad.  Sex good, not bad.  Love good, not bad.

Comment by pollypinks on May 16, 2011 at 5:16pm
Brian, Are you nude in front of your children, grandchildren etc.?  If some of them were to come to you and ask you to not be nude around them would it offend you?  I completely at ease sans underwear, but not much of a nudist.
Comment by pollypinks on May 12, 2011 at 6:13pm
I take issue with that form of Christianity.  Christ never stated anything of the sort.  It's like groups saying someone died of cancer because they didn't have enough faith.  Who are we, as humans, to determine who has faith and who doesn't?  I hear of some congregations actually turning away from sick people because they apparently haven't had enough faith.  That's a works based isssue.  If you do something good enough, then good enough will happen to you.  If you don't, tough shit.  Humans aren't Christ.
Comment by pollypinks on May 12, 2011 at 12:31pm
So, If I become a name it and claim it Christian everything that I name will come to pass.  Right?  Joel Osteen all the way.
Comment by pollypinks on May 12, 2011 at 8:19am
It's not the fear of the wild per say, as it is the fear of human sewage in our rivers.
Comment by Brian Utley on May 11, 2011 at 9:50pm
I'm with you, Chief *smile*....

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