by Larry Solomon from Biblical Gender Roles – Why Doesn’t My Husband Love Me Anymore? and as usual linked through Do Not Link to keep Larry’s overweening ego in check. Red highlighting and bolding from the original by Larry.
Editor’s note: This long post of Larry’s is a rationalization as to why guys like him don’t hold hands, or shower you with flowers and compliments or treat you the same way after they marry you. Larry is chock full of wretchedly vile advice that you could do to get a little better treatment again, without putting any onus or responsibility on the husband.
Ladies let me say one last thing here on freely and willingly giving your body to your husband which is a requirement by God (I Corinthians 7:4) of both men and women in a marriage. This is going to be a blunt statement but it must be said.
Just spreading your legs does not fulfill the requirement to give your husband your body.
Your entire body, from head to toe belongs to your husband. That means if your husband wants to touch your butt he can touch your butt. If he wants to come up behind you in the kitchen and cup your breasts in his hands that is his right given to him by God. It is not right for you to limit sexual activity with your husband to his penis and your vagina. I warned you that I was going to be blunt – and I was!
Now should men exercise sensitivity in this area toward their wives? Absolutely! Men should be sensitive to things like time and place. A man cupping his wife’s breasts in the kitchen may be ok when no one is around but he should not be grabbing her breasts when they have company. Also men should take into account that there are certain times of the month where areas of a woman’s body may be more sensitive. When trying out new sexual things in the bedroom this should also be approached with sensitivity and gentleness.
If you as a wife need to move your husbands hands away for legitimate reasons – this should always be done in gentleness and with kind words to him that let him know your body still belongs to him, but this is just not the time and place.
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