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Popping Collars #35: This is my body

Popping Collars #35: This is my body

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Rev. David Justin Lynch

No church is going to stop anyone from having sex. It is part of being human. All attempts to regulate sexuality with secular laws or religious commandments have failed and will continue to fail. Sex is a moral issue only to the extent of preventing unwanted pregnancy and diseases and whether both partners have freely consented. Sex education should address those issues. And if you are uncomfortable about discussing sex with your children, don’t have children. It is part of being a parent.

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