Two of our writers, Jesse L. Eubanks and Josh Hatcher, address the issues of lust, sexual immorality and ultimately whether masturbation is sin. Jesse L. Josh Hatcher is the father of three small children, and the husband of a hard-working stay-at-home-mom in rural Pennsylvania. Josh is a freelance writer, graphic designer, musician and youth leader. Dear Josh,.
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Because let's be real, everyone is different and has their own preferences, which means there are a lot of questions out there. You could be wondering: How the hell do I orgasm? What kind of sex toy do I buy? And, um, is there a safe way of doing things?
This post is focused on talking about masturbation. No one talked to me about it. No one told me how to do it.
The Bible does not discuss masturbation at all. This seems a little odd since it is such a strong and prevalent human event. And, given that Leviticus has so much to say about sexuality, one would think it natural that the subject would be covered. Masturbation is not specifically declared to be sinful. Nevertheless, we must be cautious to pronounce something to be sinful or not sinful when God has not discussed it.