The Science AND Theology of Being Horny

…It is very surprising that many Christians advocate for and propagate men’s sexual drive without giving thought to the real what, why and wherefore of what they’re talking about from the perspective of both science and theology. Rather, they base this simply upon ‘male privilege’ and their imagined reality of the male anatomy, physiology and psychology…one of the major arguments one hears for making man’s sexual needs an all-encompassing consideration in male-female relationships is that by ‘design,’ man’s sexual needs are higher and more important than the females. This is a fallacy which I will attempt to disprove, using what I know of human anatomy and physiology, as well as God’s intention for mankind, as revealed in the Christian Scriptures…

…it becomes clear that both men and women are innately wired to be ‘horny’ and that this has to do with procreation, rather than a man’s need. Additionally, this shows God never intended for man to use his sexual drive, i.e, his ability to be ‘instantly’ and ‘frequently’ ready for sex to control, manipulate or dominate the woman. Rather, if anything, and considering the Christian’s call to fidelity and God’s apparent design of monogamy (see quotes below), a man’s sexual drive is to be surrendered to his wife’s sexual drive

https://kaleidoscopechristian.wordpress.com/2016/02/17/the-science-and-theology-of-being-horny/

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