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Religion and Recreational Sex: sharia-compliant threesomes and mini-orgies?


Male Priests' Civil Partnership Blessed in Church by Rector

Two men "marrying" each other in a mosque could never happen in any Koran-compliant mosque because the Koran specifically states that sodomy is a sin to be punished, in rather the same manner as adultery. To allow same-sex couples to "marry" would be to make a mockery of marriage since the purpose of marriage is to have legitimate children and it is biologically impossible for two people of the same sex to sexually reproduce with each other. It is for this reason that extramarital sex is forbidden in all the five world religions and sodomites traditionally treated as sex offenders. Extramarital sex includes all forms of recreational sex enjoyed between people not married to each other whether heterosexual or homosexual.


4 witnesses would be required in the case of…

"It is the mother's"

The Chinese do not call each other "bastard" as a term of abuse, it is more subtle than that. What they in fact say, literally translated, is "it is the mother's" ("ma te" are the two syllables that convey this sentiment.)

What is the mother's? Filling in the blanks and completing the sentence, the full translation is this: "The problem I am having with you originates from the morals and behaviour of your mother."

For the sake of balance, I quote Shakespeare's apparently sympathetic defence of bastards through the words of the villainous Edmund in King Lear:


Thou, nature, art my goddess; to thy law
My services are bound. Wherefore should I
Stand in the plague of custom, and permit
The curiosity of nations to deprive me,
For that I am some twelve or fourteen moon-shines
Lag of a brother? Why bastard? wherefore base?
When my dimensions are as well compact,
My mind as generous, and my shape as true,
As honest madam's issue? Why brand th…

The 70:30 Ratio

A message from Jill Rhodes-Harvey, sent 03 June 2008 18:36:

I'm astonished at your blog, or I presume it's your blog, and ask you to remove my name, agency name and url link from it, and any other literature pertaining to my agency, including quote about the imbalance of data-base introductions agencies.

It is quite apparent from further reading this blog, that you, or whoever has written it has absolutely NO idea whatsoever about dating...Perhaps that is why you produced a blog? As for my agency suggesting same sex relationships to my clients..I am fuming that this has been posted on this so called blog!

I have copyright to ALL text on my website and YOU have copied it, if you do not remove it I shall report this matter to the relevant people for copyright in this country.

Jill Rhodes-Harvey
I must say I was a little taken aback by Jill's conclusion that I must know nothing of dating and romance just because I happen to have a blog, as if bloggers are by definition all date- a…

Introduction agencies - a frightening statistic

I came across this frightening statistic today:

"With data-base introduction agencies, there can be an imbalance of male and female members. A split of 70% women to 30% men, which in reality is not ideal, as both men and women will find that kind of split too diverse to give quality introductions."

This sounds uncomfortably like a hint that women in their 40s should consider a same-sex partnership to see if they like it, if nothing else male presents himself.

After all, many women and men do not really like members of the opposite sex and only regard them as a means to an end: a status symbol, a sex object, a provider, cook, companion, servant, butler, housekeeper, driver, nurse, nanny etc. If left to themselves, men might really prefer the company of other men and women the company of other women when they are not thinking of sex, making do with commercial sex from time to time when the urge arises, supplied by gigolos, toy boys, escort girls and hostesse…

Feminist Chauvinism

Vote: Should men question chauvinistic feminism that allows them to simultaneously claim to be

1) equal to men
(2) superior to men AND
(3) the weaker sex in need of greater protection?

If single parenthood has its origins in feminism and female emancipation, is it conceivable that women are partly to blame for the decline and fall of Western civilisation?

After all, they want to mother everything, don't they, and get offended if you point out the irrationality of their emotions?Are we not, as a society, morbidly infantilised and over-feminised? Is not Health and Safety run almost exclusively by bossy, over-nannying safety-obsessed women?

Perhaps there is a connection between the oppressiveness of health and safety regulation and women who wait until nearly the end of their fertility to have children because they had to develop their careers. (The loss of an only child by a woman who has come to the end of child-bearing …