Christian Nymphos ...

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  1. AnonymousOne

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    http://christiannymphos.org/

    Thoughts theological or otherwise?

    I actually find this kind of cool that these people are willing to be open about their sexuality. I may disagree with them on religious issues but it's good to see people being more open about it.
     
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    Yeah, I think that this is really cool. I met many Christians who proclaimed that they didn't like sex, because 'that's not how proper Christians act'. Of course, these are pretty extreme people. It's good to see people that can be open about how those of the Christian faith express their sexualities.
     
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    We are designed to enjoy sex. God wanted us to fuck and enjoy every second of it, but to do it in a way that doesn't hurt other people. That's got to be true, or all of our physical, emotional, and instinctual equipment just doesn't make sense. That's what I believe, and I'm sticking to my story. :) You'd think God designed our bodies and Satan slapped the genital's on when God wasn't looking or something. :brow

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    Right on BD! I am a member of another Christian board and these people are quite open to sexual things. They discuss anal and oral sex, dildos, vibrators, masturbation - anything sexual you can think of. Of course there are certain things that are frowned upon such as 3-somes, porn, etc.... But these Christians are as sexually uninhibited as anyone.

    I find it unimaginable that there are those that think that sex is for procreation only, that birth control is a sin. An extreme example are those that follow what is called a "quiverfull" lifestyle. They fuck like crazy and claim that if God wants them to have children, she will get pregnant. But they wouldn't dare use BC.

    I always think that hey - a woman has a clitoris and its only useful function is pleasure. If God didn't want sex to be pleasurable, the woman didn't need a clit! There is no place in the bible that says sex should not be enjoyed or that using BC is sinful or that masturbation is a sin!
     
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    Good one, A-1!

    I have said many times on this forum that I believe that God designed us to enjoy sex. He gave us the tools and the freedom to use them. That said, our church encourages a healthy and playful sex life ( My girlfriends and I have discussed toys in the lobby several times), but they encourage it within the context of marriage. I am afraid that according to Bible interpretation I am an adultress, because I had sex before marriage, and I don't really care. In fact, these days I choose not to limit my sexual experiences to just my husband, and whomever does not like that or understand it can just be upset. Now, I will not be announcing to my pastor that I do not limit sex to my marriage. It is none of his, or anyone else's business.

    I am a nympho, and I am a Christian. If I choose to believe that God designed me the way I am on purpose, which is what I have been taught, then I believe my free will is what I should live by. God also says that he forgives all sin. It is a sin to lust, it is a sin to commit adultery, is is a sin to get drunk. Let him forgive me. We all know that the fun stuff is against God's law. So that being said, I am going to have all the sexual fun I can while I can. And while my girlfriends at church are glowing with the spirit, I am going to be glowing because I have lots of good orgasms. Like my husband said, back in the "Bible days" men had many wives. I would like to have many husbands LOL.

    As a sidenote, how the hell did you stumble upon Christian Nymphos?
     
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    As a Christian, myself, I think the site you found is a rare gem. I went to Christian school from 3rd grade all the way through highschool... Many of my Christian friends that I graduated with are all very open sexually, and I tend to think that it is due in large part to us having attended a non-denominational Christian school. Sure they gave us the "abstinence till marriage" discussion in High School, but they never taught us that sex was wrong and should be avoided. That certainly is not the case in many other Churches/Christian Schools. Especially those that love to focus on the "fire & brimstone" style of preaching... so seeing that site you linked is really encouraging. There should not be anything wrond with sex within marriage. God intended for it to happen!

    On a related note, I remember my church did a seminar on Christian Sexuality once, and they gave a statistic stating that the average non-Christian they surveyed, lost their virginity at 15. They proceeded to state that out of the Christians they surveyed, the average age that Christians lost their virginity was...16. I'm not sure as to what the actual study was, for reference sake, but its certainly food for thought. I became a Christian in the 8th grade. I lost my virginity in the 10th. *Shrug* Sounds reasonably believeable to me.
     
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    Religious perspectives on sex span the whole gamut...there are beliefs on one extreme that things like masturbation, birth control, etc., are morally wrong...on the other extreme there's at least one Christian swinger church that has swinging as part of it's worship service. So, you can find a church that fits what you'd like to believe, eh? :lol

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    The Christian perspective on sex has a long history, and the basic theology is this:
    Man was made in God's image and is therefore divine. Sex is a basic animal-like urge that is not fitting a divine creature such as man. Therefore, sex should be avoided, except for procreation.

    The Roman Catholic church still follows this theology, but this theology applied to both Protestant and Roman churches at times past.

    This theology is man-made, you won't read it in the Bible. The curious thing is how such thoughts came about, and we don't fully know. Some think that the Christian Church of the time sought to control their congregation completely, utterly and totally, hence the draconian view of sex. They sought to replace sex with love of God, and therefore love of the Church, and therefore giving the Church the greatest power of anything in society at the time.

    Others think it was anti-female, which is another basic theology of the Christian Church. Without a female partner generally you won't be sharing sex, and abstaining from sex means you can abstain from the evil gender (women). Women, in Christian theology, was responsible for the fall from paradise. The work of those sex-obsessed men such as Thomas Aquinas were probably along these anti-female lines.

    In Australia, the sexual revolution of the 1960s was limited to the counter-culture, but by the early 1970s the revolution had spread to mainstream society, Australia being more liberal and more permissive than the United States. So on one hand we had this growth of sexual enjoyment for enjoyments sake, regardless if one was married or not, and on the other we had Churches telling us that it was bad, wrong and evil. The majority of Australians couldn't reconcile the fact that consensual sex between adults was somehow 'wrong', especially when the 'wait for marriage' rule can (and often does) result in rushed marriages in order to enjoy sex, and tragedy can follow. The majority, therefore, chose between one of the two options, and that was to ignore Christianity in its entirity. In the late 1960s, Australian Churches had a reasonably healthy following. By the mid-1970s, the Christian religion had become largely irrelevant. It was a massive change, and as someone who lived through the era I still find it hard to comprehend just how far and fast things moved at that time. And it was almost all due to Christianities view on sex.
     
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    Lol Christian Nympho is a perfect phrase to describe me!
     
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    I like you already. :brow

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    LOL!!! Thanks :D
     
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    You're awesome ;-)
     
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    I wish I would have found your website while I was still married...