Biblical I don’t think so

More from the “Biblical” pig at Biblical Gender Roles, this time about whether or not it’s ok for a man to insist on having sex with his wife even if she’s in pain. This guy is so full of shit…and cowardly with it, because he’s anonymous.

Question 1 – Was the husband wrong for having sex with his wife while she was pregnant and in pain?

It depends. Had he just had sex with her in the last few days? Then perhaps he should have put her need to not experience more pain and discomfort ahead of his need for sex. But if she had been in pain for weeks or a month and he finally came to her and said “Babe I need this, I promise I will make it quick” – then she should have put his need for sex above her need to not experience additional discomfort.

So there you have it. I suppose this piece of human garbage thinks that disgusting claim is “Biblical” because it’s hierarchical, and that’s all that counts. I suppose he thinks it’s “Biblical” because it boils down to saying the man gets to order “his wife” to do whatever he wants and she has to obey. I suppose he’s worked things out in his mildewed “mind” in such a way that the Bible says whatever he wants it to say for the purpose of dominating another adult human being.

Either way, the hell with the bible. What kind of piece of human scum insists on poking his wife when she doesn’t want to because it hurts? What kind of piece of human scum wants to do that? A decent human being would want first of all not to cause a spouse pain, especially via sex. (To put it in selfish terms for a moment, way to put her off the whole thing for the future, not to mention losing her trust and affection.)

Rather than hash this out again here – I have answered this entire issue from a Biblical perspective in the my article “Is a husband selfish for having sex with his wife when she is not in the mood”. But the short answer is no he is not being selfish for having sex with his wife simply because she is not in the mood. The Bible is clear that for the purposes of sex “The wife hath not power of her own body, but the husband: and likewise also the husband hath not power of his own body, but the wife.” – I Corinthians 7:4.

Notice that makes it mutual. Notice that first Corinthians is actually more decent than this piece of shit Mr Biblical Gender Roles.

I saw this via Vyckie Garrison at Raw Story:

I wish I could say the teachings at “Biblical Gender Roles” are a rare and extreme interpretation of biblical manhood and womanhood in American contemporary Christian community, but while the anonymous fundamentalist writer lacks much of the subtlety and sugar coating of more established and prominent ministries, his interpretations and instruction are not misrepresentative of the “biblical” advice which married couples who seek Christian counselling for relational problems encounter on a daily basis.

It’s sickening.


  1. Al Dente says

    There’s a difference between making love and fucking. Obviously Mr. Anonymous Biblical Gender Roles doesn’t understand or appreciate this difference.

  2. Jean says

    It’s sickening.

    It is. And it’s also why same sex marriage is so threatening to them (besides the yuk factor of gay secks). Gender roles no longer make sense. In that sense, SSM does indeed affect their own marriage but no one seems willing to say it out loud.

  3. sambarge says

    If the wife has power over the husband’s body as per Corinthians I, then she can tell him to keep it in his pants, right?

    Problem solved. No sex unless it’s consensual. It’s right there in Corinthians I, you heathens. Stop forcing your wife to have sex against her will.

  4. Blanche Quizno says

    So what’s the difference between Biblical gender roles and Muslim gender roles, again?

  5. chigau (違う) says

    I thought ChristianMaritalSex was only for making babies.
    If she is already pregnant, there is no Need™ to have sex.

  6. anat says

    No chigau. ChristianMaritalSex is for taking care of the husband’s ‘needs’ or else he might stumble and stray and sin and it will all be the wife’s fault.

  7. grumpyoldfart says

    Sounds like a fantasy story written by a sadist who hasn’t yet got another human under his control – but look out when he does.

  8. Silentbob says

    I look forward to the next installment:

    Q: Was the husband wrong for murdering his rebellious son?

    (Spoiler: no)

  9. rjw1 says

    While we’re on the subject of grossly repugnant male behavior—years ago my wife worked as a nurse-midwife in a public hospital system. One of her colleagues on the night shift reported discovering that a husband of a woman who had recently given birth (and had undergone an episiotomy) had climbed on top of his wife and was cutting through the sutures, in order to enjoy his conjugal rights. This occurred long before today’s ‘culturally sensitive’ regime, so he was told to stop his disgusting behavior and to consider his wife feelings.

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