21 June 2006

Oral Sex according to the Scriptures

There's a debate raging among feminist bloggers on the merits (or demerits) of women performing oral sex on men. So I thought I'd search the scriptures to see what I might find.

The results can be found at the SAB on the following pages: What the Bible, Quran, and Book of Mormon say about oral sex.

For a summary of what the New Testament Epistles have to say about marriage and oral sex, be sure to check out the Brick Testament's Instructions on Marriage.

Instructions on Marriage

6 comments:

Brucker said...

I think I came across this section on your site before, and I disagree. While many people believe that the passages from Song of Solomon are poetically referring to oral sex, I think you're way off base on the Corinthians passage, and the Quran passage as well.

The Quran passage sounds to me like it's talking about procreation and a husband's right of ownership over his wife's body as he would own a field. The Corinthians passage is referring to sexual pleasure in general, and not neccessarily oral sex.

Steve Wells said...

Do you think there are any verses in the Bible or the Quran that relate to oral sex, Brucker? The ones that I marked are the closest I could find.

Brucker said...

Like I said, I think the ones in S.S. are appropriate, and there may be more in that book. (I'm not familiar with the Quran.) A friend of mine who is a pastor has pointed out that there are poetic descriptions for numerous sexual acts in S.S.

I once had a non-believing lesbian insist to me that Leviticus 20:13 was specifically a reference to anal sex between heterosexual Jewish men, which I found rather dubious.

Hmm... Although I don't think it was intended to be so, one might make a case for "...her mouth is smoother than oil" in Prov. 5:3, and possibly verse 15 where "Drink waters out of thine own cistern," etc. seem much more likely a reference. Proverbs 30:20 has always seemed suggestive to me, but it's probably my dirty mind.

beepbeepitsme said...

Haha! Gotta love the Brick Testament. :)

Moth said...

If it fits in do it. that's my new motto i think

Rhomphaia (Sword) said...

Prov 30:20 Such is the way of an adulterous woman; she eateth, and wipeth her mouth, and saith, I have done no wickedness.


Sorta like an atheist does with Scripture.