ANSWERS: 13
  • That would be grotesquely unhealthy, given the rampant amount of std's that such consenting individuals would have. In short, if you want scabies and aids to become door prizes go ahead.
  • What meaning would that leave for love, committment, marriage, family and parenthood?
  • God is concerned with how we treat each other. We have been instructed to love + Our neighbor as we love ourselves + One another as Jesus loved us When we treat each other like sex objects, when sex is taking instead of giving, we damage the human dignity of both our partner and ourselves. True giving of yourself to another in a sacramental marriage is what love is all about. Marriage is a symbol of God's creation of the world in an act of divine love and self-outpouring. Marriage is a symbol of the love, commitment, intensity, and passion of Christ for the Church for which He laid down His life. Christians take sex very seriously because it is a glorious gift from God that lets us feel just a bit like God. We become lovers, givers, and creators. With love in Christ.
  • Wouldn't public mean out in the open where people generally live, work, and play and would be exposed to the display with or without their consent? I am answering only the "public" part of your questions. Whatever my objections to that sort of thing would be in private, I have the same objections to the public even that I have to being forced to listen to abusive music, cursing, and angry voices on any city street.
  • nothing wrong in islam you have public stoning to death now public orgies . when do you do that borasalema i would love to see you there
  • sex is made for a married man and woman only. People consent to much that is harmful or wrong. What is wrong with being accountable and doing the right thing, even if it isn't that much fun?
  • it seems that this question got a few hackles up
  • Well, "all acts of love and pleasure are my ritual" (says the Goddess), but to tell you the truth, I still don't entirely know where I stand on that. EDIT: After much reviewing and thinking and meditating, I do know where I stand on this. I agree with "all acts of love and pleasure are my ritual", but I want to point out that it says AND and not OR. If all parties truly love one another as one loves their mate and they take pleasure from the orgy, then it's perfectly fine to me and could be seen as ritual and worship.
  • All those thank you cards...
  • There is nothing wrong with mass public orgies. It is wise to use protection which can be a hassle during an orgy. It the idiots who get offended that are wrong in my opinion. It is their right to be offended, but we shouldn't have to make laws so that those who don't get out enough don't get offended.
  • will you stop quoting that book. that book also wants me stoned to death . i am not waiting to see a god the does not exist
  • 1) I am generally cautious with all events involving masses. The amount of people often creates situations which make people act in a way that they would not normally. If I realize that I am part of a mass, I would manage to take some distance and look at the situation from another perspective for some time. 2) "Crowd psychology is a branch of social psychology. Ordinary people can typically gain direct power by acting collectively. Historically, because large groups of people have been able to bring about dramatic and sudden social change in a manner that bypasses established due process, they have also provoked controversy. Social scientists have developed several different theories for explaining crowd psychology, and the ways in which the psychology of the crowd differs significantly from the psychology of those individuals within it. Carl Jung coined the notion of the Collective unconscious. Other major thinkers of crowd psychology include Gustave Le Bon, Wilfred Trotter, Gabriel Tarde, Sigmund Freud and Elias Canetti." Source and further information: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Crowd_psychology 3) Another aspect is the public aspect: - all participants are consenting, but are the viewers also consenting? - all participants are consenting to engage in this activity, but are they also consenting to be observed, photographed, filmed? 4) HIV is quite a big issue against spontaneous, multiple sexual contacts.

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