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Judaism considers sex natural and holy , though not without boundaries. Traditionally, Judaism only approves of sex between a husband and wife. Contraception is problematic because it interferes with the religious obligation to procreate; nonetheless, it is not absolutely prohibited. Traditional sources on sex tend to address men only, and the Talmud understands the commandment to procreate as a legal obligation specifically for men. Thus Jewish authorities are more lenient with female contraception, like the birth control pill.
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Issues in Jewish Ethics: "Kosher" Sex
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Editor's Note: This page addresses issues of Jewish law that may not be appropriate for younger readers. In places, it discusses sexual behavior in plain and frank terms. Please exercise appropriate discretion. This article is written from an Orthodox perspective on the topic. In Jewish law , sex is not considered shameful, sinful or obscene. Sex is not a necessary evil for the sole purpose of procreation.
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Judaism and Sexuality
The first time an adult spoke about sex to Jacob not his real name , he was 22, and engaged. In the lead-up to his wedding, he and his rabbi met privately a half a dozen or so times. The custom underscores the extent to which Orthodox Judaism treats sex as a sacred, tightly prescribed act, limited to the boundaries of heterosexual marriage and intrinsically bound to ritual. Of course, the so-called Jewish perspective on sex has another, markedly different face.
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