religious views on sexual behaviour and human relationships

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Feminism
a way of thinking that seeks to emancipate women in society and give them equal opertunites
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Celibacy
not having sexual relations with another person
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Gender
Cultural and psychological characteristics that demands whether a person is male or female
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Queer Theory
The idea that there can be no fixed rules about what is or is not a legitimate sexual relationship. being Queer is the freedom to define ones self according to ones nature.
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Harm principle
the belief that an act or a consequence is morally permissible if no harm is done
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Dualism
the devision of the world between physical and spiritual
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Stoics
a group of greek philosophers who regarded with disapproval the sense of loss or control and animal instinct involved in sexual excitement
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Unitative
the uniting aspect of sex
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Sacrement
traditionally an outward sign of inward grace ordained by god
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Conjungal
Married Lovemaking
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Sages
Wise people
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Conventanal Group
a group bound by a convent with God
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Patriarchal views
views that are related to or characteristic of a system of society controlled by man
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Dalits
sometimes called the untouchable, the lowest case of the indian caste system
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Sati
the immolation of a widow on her husbands funeral pyre
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Ascetic tradition
describes a lifestyle characterised by abstinence from various sorts of worldly pleasures
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not having sexual relations with another person

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Celibacy

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Cultural and psychological characteristics that demands whether a person is male or female

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The idea that there can be no fixed rules about what is or is not a legitimate sexual relationship. being Queer is the freedom to define ones self according to ones nature.

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the belief that an act or a consequence is morally permissible if no harm is done

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