In other locations

by Daniel
(Killeen, Texas US)

Question: Is it wrong to have sex in other locations than the bedroom?

Our Answer: The simple, straightforward answer is. "No!" You can have sex in any room that you want, provided there's no one else around--and no chance of being caught or interrupted.

At first, your question seemed a little odd to us... however, a deeper issue that might be reflected in your question may relate to the idea of guilt or shame being associated with sex.

Sex between a husband and a wife is designed by God to be a celebration! It is an expression of love, care, and commitment. After all, God made sex, and He made it fun! Consider the Song of Solomon lovers who steal away to the garden!

If, however, sex is not viewed in this way--if there's some shame associated with it (for whatever reason), then there might be more concern about "where" and "how" and "when" that others may not think too much about.

May we suggest reading the article: Christian Views on Sex

As well, we suggest you look over our resource page with helpful books that you and your wife will benefit from: Marriage Resources

In addition, may we remind you that on the right-hand column of all of our site's pages, there is a search function--you can type in any word or topic you'd like information about--that will direct you to pages on our website that might cover that topic.

Sincerely,

Jim and Carrie

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