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Biblical love. Marital love is an unconditional, affectionate, and intimate devotion to each other that encourages mutual growth in the image of God in all aspects of the person: physical, emotional, intellectual, and spiritual. Different types of love operate in marriage; it has its romantic, passionate times; its highly sentimental times; its comfortable times; its companionable and sense-of-belonging times. But it is the agape love described in the New Testament—the selfless, all-for-other love—that comprises the foundation of true, lasting marital love.
Is there any biblical sources that oral sex is not allowed in Christian marriage bed?.
Wow. It's still Sabbath here. We spoke about this in the adult sexual topic group.
Remember it's called sodomy in all dictionaries
Sorry Jason. You can answer me later. Thank you.

there's nothing that talks against oral in marriage. It only talks about men and men having sex like a man and woman isn't allowed.

Thanks beachboy Puti for your contribution.
"For this cause God gave them up unto vile affections: for even their women did change the natural use into that which is against nature: and likewise also the men, leaving the natural use of the woman, burned in their lust one toward another; men with men working that which is unseemly, and receiving in themselves that recompence of their error which was meet." (Romans 1:26-27)

The short answer, regarding any form of "oral sex," is, "No." In fact, that is also the answer for the use of the hands in direct stimulation of the sex organs. Why? Both of those methods, and others, are a departure from the "natural use" God intended and designed into His Creation. And, let us not apply Man's degraded definitions as to what is the "natural use."

The truth of the matter is that in a truly loving and heterosexual marriage relationship, "foreplay" should be understood to be the tender and prolonged "make-out" session which should have taken place before getting more "intimate" in actual intercourse. The body, itself (both female and male), was built for all the stimulation required to accomplish both partners ultimately being "ready" for the more "intimate" activity which God intended. The key is time and a sincere desire to please rather than to be pleasured. If "she" is not "ready," it is not because she needs assistance with direct (over) stimulation of her sex organs. Rather, it is because her husband is paying too much attention to the latter and not enough attention to the rest of his wife's body.

It's over sunset in Jakarta, Indonesia by the way. :)

Interesting, that it seems to be allowed to use hands and mouth during foreplay, but that there is a big "NO" when it comes to the genitals.

Never read sth like that in the bible and Gods own creation - the female and male anatomy, the functions of hand and mouth, the senses - tells me that sexual actions performed with hand or mouth are def. naturally. 

Ask myself if we really should follow an idea about sex, that was created by the system of the catholic church in the medieval ages?

Sodomy (/ˈsɒdəmi/) is generally anal or oral sexual activity between people or sexual activity between a person and a non-human animal (bestiality), but may also include any non-procreative sexual activity. source

The definition says Sodomy may also include any non-procreative sexual activity....should we now act like a special denomination and forbid every non-procreative sexual activity?

Simon, till now I am still confused about it whether it is forbid or not. Anal penetration is completely forbidden because it's for homosexual people and it's really departing from natural. So, what's wrong with oral sex?. Is there any biblical sources about it?.
Medically, it is not healthy if the spouse has infection or some genital diseases. But if you are sure that your spouse are cleaned then it's nothing wrong right?. Please kindly help me guys explaining this because I spoke to a pastor and he said that it depends of the spouse to do it or not?.

There are no biblical sources about that, only what the catholic church and their influence in a lot of cultures defined as Sodomy.

Your pastor is is wrong, if you force your partner to do it.

Besides that...Moses listed down so many rules about sexual behavior and none included oral sex. I guess it would have been mentioned there if it would be a def. "NO".

Can you give me where is it written in the bible as listed by Moses?.

On the Sabbath! My eyes and ears caught fire. LOL.  Dior Manta Tambunan I work among men who say and speak about vulgar things.  I didn't expect this here.  I think they do have a place for this in groups where you can ask direct questions.  Hope you find an answer.  Let the Holy Spirit guide you and you will know if it is wrong to do. 


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