Informal customs are the casual norms for most young adults in matters of sexual intimacy. Unfortunately, the sexual revolution has not proven to be as beneficial to women as was once thought and young men enjoy themselves without preparing themselves to be husbands and fathers. In this book, Piderit argues that a natural law approach to morality provides a grounded pathway toward marriage, and shows why these fairly traditional practices help young people find a partner to whom he or she can realistically promise love "until death do us part."
This Companion to Some Issues in Human Sexuality has been especially prepared to enable individuals and churches to reflect on the issue of homosexuality, bisexuality and transsexualism and the Church. It provides a summary of the main theological and pastoral issues allowing for intelligent discussion, and also offers a structure for reading the main volume.
Exploring public sex in a Latin setting, this valuable book is the first on the subject and one of the few books with quantitative and qualitative data on those who look for sex in public places. This book explores such questions as how to reduce the number of HIV infected gay men, what are the motivations for seeking public sex, why gay men are murdered, and how these killings could be prevented. Containing several interviews with the police and with murderers, this informative study examines mechanisms for assault and crime and data on the role that sexual and physical abuse play among individuals in order to help create a safer environment for gay men.
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