Oral sexual activity is sex. If a woman received oral sex it is called cunnilingus and if received by a man is called fellatio. The Bible never discusses oral sex directly. The Bible has a lot to say about sex. For example, in Proverbs we are warned to avoid having sex with someone who is not our husband or wife. Then in 2 Timothy , we are warned to flee all other kinds of sexual sins. Sexual activity outside of marriage is forbidden. But within marriage, God encourages a husband and wife to have sex.
What Does The Bible Say About Sex?
The Word of God does give us some principles that apply to activities such as cyber sex. There are many Scriptures which indicate that sex outside of marriage is a sin Acts ; Romans ; 1 Corinthians ; ,18; ; ; 2 Corinthians ; Galatians ; Ephesians ; Colossians ; 1 Thessalonians ; Jude 7. Cyber sex is in its essence desiring something that is sinful fornication or adultery. Cyber sex is fantasizing about that which is immoral and impure. In no sense could cyber sex be considered noble, right, pure, lovely, admirable, excellent, or praiseworthy. Cyber sex is virtual adultery.
While the Bible doesn't mention oral sex, many still have questions about whether or not it's considered sinful, if it's "safe" to do it before marriage, or if husbands and wives can engage in oral sex within their marriage. Some believe that oral sex "cunnilingus" when performed on females and "fellatio" when performed on males is an ungodly sexual perversion and is never OK in any context. Some hold the opinion that oral sex doesn't "count" as premarital sex because it's not actual sexual intercourse. But let's take a look at some biblical principles to help us unwind this tangle of misunderstandings. Oral sex may be safer than sexual intercourse as far as preventing an unwanted pregnancy. But the idea that a person is safe from all sexually transmitted infections STIs during oral sex is a myth. The act of oral sex can still pass on an infection or disease if it's present in you or your partner. You may have heard that oral sex isn't really sex and therefore doesn't "count" as a sexual sin. But Ephesians tells us, " Hebrews tells us to keep the marriage bed pure and undefiled—that is, we need to save our sexual acts for AFTER marriage.
My seminary teacher went off on me about dating a non Mormon when I was talking about going to his prom. Mixed races, however, are NOT tied into opposing beliefs and mixed races don't try to "convert" each other. But that parent-child relationship was bound to change anyways as you become an adult. I don't think I could let that happen. I definitely don't want to lead her on.