Q&A: Orgasms, Sex Outside Of Marriage and Islam

Many people have different religious and moral beliefs about sex, orgasms and sex outside of marriage. While some people don’t have any specific beliefs about sex at all, others have very strict beliefs about these topics. What can you do if you’re sexually frustrated but your beliefs don’t allow you to have sex outside of marriage?

Question: I have just found you on YouTube. Don’t you think some of your videos are against Islam? In Islam you cannot have sex without marriage. My question is what should somebody do if he cannot marry but is under pressure of orgasm and any relationship out of marriage is against his religious beliefs? Please consider Islamic limits more on your answers.

–YouTube Viewer

Respecting Religious And Moral Beliefs

Since everyone has different religious and moral beliefs about sex, it’s impossible for everyone to agree on what is right and what isn’t. Right and wrong are subjective, and can be different for everyone based on their religion and morals. If you want others to respect your own religious or moral beliefs, then it is important that you do the same for them. Don’t criticize other people’s beliefs or religion and if you can’t agree, just agree to disagree. It never hurts to listen though and you can simply take away whatever works for you and leave behind what doesn’t.

Sexual Frustration

For people whose religious and moral beliefs dictate that they stay away from sex or sex before marriage, it can be difficult to have your sexual needs met. People with strict beliefs about abstinence are easily sexually frustrated and may not know where to turn. Masturbation, however, is an easy and simple way to experience orgasm and sexual relief without having sex with another person before marriage. This may satisfy both your sexual needs and your religious doctrines without breaking any of your rules. However, some religions don’t allow masturbation or frown upon it, or don’t allow the use of pornography or other masturbation aids. Find out what your religion says about masturbation, because you may find that masturbation is something that isn’t restricted. Even if masturbation is restricted in some way based on your beliefs, you may want to weigh the alternative and decide which abides by your religion or moral beliefs best – masturbation or sex before marriage?

Are Your Beliefs Working For You?

Sometimes, you may find that your religious or moral beliefs aren’t working for you in your current lifestyle. If you’re sexually frustrated and have no way of achieving sexual relief under your beliefs, you may want to question your beliefs and whether they’re allowing you to live a full, happy and fulfulling lifestyle or whether they’re inhibiting you in some way. Everyone has the right to be true to themselves and live the way they want to, as long as it’s not harming anyone else in the process. If you find that you’re not able to be true to yourself with your religion or morals, do some soul searching to find out what is really right for you.


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