Friday, November 25, 2011

Where is best to go in egypt for young couples?

Go to Sharm El Sheikh. It's really nice there.Where is best to go in egypt for young couples?
I would say go to Na'ma bay in Sharm el shiekh. It is the liveliest town there with plenty to do and the most night life. Plenty to do in the day and at night.Where is best to go in egypt for young couples?
Hurghada is very nice and i suggest to Visit

they are providing holiday apartment instead of Traditional expensive hotel

good luck


Marsa Allam - All the beaches are coral beaches


Good luck in your choice and welcome
i think u have 2 Visit Sharm el shieghk %26amp; Hurgada %26amp; Marsa matrouh That is amazing


sharm el shek

suma bay



Give an opinion about these famous real and fiction couples.See their pics.What can u say about their relation?鈥?/a>Give an opinion about these famous real and fiction couples.See their pics.What can u say about their relation?
The man is taller....that's about it.

What type of interactions between a homosexual couple are allowed by the Catholic church, if any?

I read that Catholicism does not condemn homosexuality, but believes that all people should practice celibacy outside of marriage. How do they define celibacy, and what behaviors are allowed, such as dating or non-intimate physical contact?What type of interactions between a homosexual couple are allowed by the Catholic church, if any?
You are essentially correct. The Catechism of the Catholic church (official teaching ) says THIS:

#2357 Homosexuality refers to relations between men or between women who experience an exclusive or predominant sexual attraction toward persons of the same sex. It has taken a great variety of forms through the centuries and in different cultures. Its psychological genesis remains largely unexplained. Basing itself on Sacred Scripture, which presents homosexual acts as acts of grave depravity, tradition has always declared that “homosexual acts are intrinsically disordered.” They are contrary to the natural law. They close the sexual act to the gift of life. They do not proceed from a genuine affective and sexual complementarity. Under no circumstances can they be approved.

#2358 The number of men and women who have deep-seated homosexual tendencies is not negligible. This inclination, which is objectively disordered, constitutes for most of them a trial. They must be accepted with respect, compassion, and sensitivity. Every sign of unjust discrimination in their regard should be avoided. These persons are called to fulfill God’s will in their lives and, if they are Christians, to unite to the sacrifice of the Lord’s Cross the difficulties they may encounter from their condition.

#2359 Homosexual persons are called to chastity. By the virtues of self-mastery that teach them inner freedom, at times by the support of disinterested friendship, by prayer and sacramental grace, they can and should gradually and resolutely approach Christian perfection.


So I take this to mean that they are expected to live their lives like any non-married person. They can have genuinely close relationships but should not make them physical, especially sexual.

The Catholic church does not preach that it is a right nor a necessitity that EVERYONE gets married and has sex. You see the Catholic church holds celibacy and chastity as HIGHER callings then normal married life.

Priests don't marry so they can FULLY focus on God and the congregation.

Single, unmarried people are expected to do the same, essentially. Stay celibate and focus on the community and the congregation. Finding how their gifts can best be given in service to the community at large.

This is what I take to mean ';Christian perfection'; - a life of unselfish service, devoted to God.

That is MY interpretation of the Catechism and what I've read on

Non-intimate physical contact is OK. I'm not sure about ';dating'; though, as that would denote an EXCLUSIVE relationship, most likely. It would tempt most people and most likely blurr the line for them, making it even harder then being purely celibate. -- I would imagine.

But every person is different.

Definitely marrying and having a sexual relationship would be bad.

In decades past, the Church THOUGHT that becoming a Priest would reduce or eliminate those feelings within a man. But the church has recently woken up to the fact that the Priesthood and celibacy is hard enough as it is, without bringing homosexual tendencies into it. So that is why, recently, the Church no longer allows homosexuals to become Priests..out of respect for how hard it is to be a Priest and gay at the same time.

They use to think God alone was enough to eliminate those feelings, but now have a more prgamatic approach to it.


Misty0408 pretty much hit the nail on the head. BOTH single heterosexuals, homosexuals, and even married heterosexuals are not suppose to engage in fantasy or masturbation, or any kind of lust.

Married heterosexuals may have sex with their spouse, but that's the main difference. ALL Christians are not suppose to be lustful, so the concept is consistent, if nothing else.

I'm not trying to convet you to the Catholic way of thinking, just trying to do my best as an average Catholic to EXPLAIN the concepts to you.What type of interactions between a homosexual couple are allowed by the Catholic church, if any?
HOMOSEXUALITY - In general, some form of sexual relationship among members of the same sex. From a moral standpoint, three levels are to be distinguished: tendency, attraction, and activity. Homosexual tendencies in any person are within the normal range of human nature, whose fallen condition includes every conceivable kind impulse that with sincere effort and divine grace can be controlled. Sexual attraction for members of the same sex may be partly due to the peculiar make-up of certain individuals or, more often, the result of indiscretion or seduction and presents a graver problem; yet this, too, is not by itself sinful and may in fact be an occasion for great supernatural merit. When the condition is pathological, it requires therapy. Active homosexuality is morally indefensible and has been many times forbidden in revelation and the teaching of the Church. The most extensive declaration on the subject was the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, approved by Pope Paul VI on November 7, 1975.

CELIBACY - The state of being unmarried and, in Church usage, of one who has never been married. Catholicism distinguishes between lay and ecclesiastical celibacy, and in both cases a person freely chooses for religious reasons to remain celibate.

Lay celibacy was practiced already in the early Church. The men were called ';the continent'; (continentes) and women ';virgins'; (virgines). They were also known as ascetics who were encouraged to follow this form of life by St. Paul. According to the Apostle, ';An unmarried man can devote himself to the Lord's affairs, all he need worry about is pleasing the Lord . . . In the same way an unmarried woman, like a young girl, can devote herself to the Lord's affairs; all she need worry about is being holy in body and spirit'; (I Corinthians 7:32, 34). Throughout history the Church has fostered a celibate life in the lay state. Towering among the means of sanctity available to the laity, declared the Second Vatican Council, ';is that precious gift of divine grace given to some by the Father to devote themselves to God alone more easily with an undivided heart in virginity or celibacy. This perfect continence for love of the kingdom of heaven has always been held in high esteem by the Church as a sign and stimulus of love, and as a singular source of spiritual fertility in the world'; (Constitution on the Church, 42).

Ecclesiastical celibacy was a logical development of Christ's teaching about continence (Matthew 19:10-12). The first beginnings of religious life were seen in the self-imposed practice of celibacy among men and women who wished to devote themselves to a lifetime following Christ in the practice of the evangelical counsels. Celibacy was one of the features of the earliest hermits and a requirement of the first monastic foundations under St. Pachomius (c. 290-346). Over the centuries religious celibacy has been the subject of the Church's frequent legislation. The Second Vatican Council named chastity first among the evangelical counsels to be practiced by religious and said that ';It is a special symbol of heavenly benefits, and for religious it is a most effective means of dedicating themselves wholeheartedly to the divine service and the works of the apostolate' (Decree on the Up-to-date Renewal of Religious Life, 12). (Etym. Latin caelibatus, single life, celibacy.)
Celibacy is not having sex. However, I can imagine that holding hands and kissing, say at the sign of peace, would be frowned upon. I believe you are misconstruing what the Church says. The Church doesn't condemn homosexuals, but I think homosexuality has sex between the same sex understood.

misty's got it right.

I have a hard time imagining Losasha is a former nun. What order?
Celibacy includes chastity. Being chaste means not engaging in any sexual activity, or things that can lead to sexual activity. We are all to be chaste, keeping our mind and bodies pure. Jesus says that if you lust in your mind you have committed the act.

Homosexuals are not to engage in sexual activity, masturbation or fantasy. Heterosexuals are not to engage in sexual activity outside of marriage, masturbation, or fantasy about other people other than your spouse.
Celibacy means refraining from sexual contact. It doesn't mean engaging in foreplay with the intention of ';not going all the way';. Two homosexuals could be friends just as an unmarried man and woman could be.
The Catholic Church does indeed condemn acts of homosexuality...the definition of celibacy is ';friendship only';. The church does not condemn the homosexual persons -- just engaging in the acts of it.
Father Flanigan takes little Johnny to summer camp.
a manly handshake and a friendly pat on the backside for scoring a goal
longing glances.
Christians do not advocate any form of abominational activity-----therefore----Catholicism is no exception----

Is it true that the main two things all married couples fight about is sex and money?

I remember my Mom and Aunties always saying that from the time I was a teenager until now (I'm 28).

I understand fighting about money, but I've never understood why married couples fight about sex. Do they mean the man wants to have sex more than the woman so they fight? Or like if they're mad, the woman withholds sex from the man and they argue about it?

Please explain it to me. Guten Tag.Is it true that the main two things all married couples fight about is sex and money?
Yes, it is true that some married people fight over sex and money. I fight mostly with my husband about sex because it is the opposite instead of him wanting it, I am the one that wants to have sex and he keeps rejecting me.. Maybe it's the age difference, I am way younger then he is. Or he could be getting it from someone else. Oh well!!!!Is it true that the main two things all married couples fight about is sex and money?
Money is one of the main reasons in divorce lack of money causes familys to have to work more to try to pay bills and such but if there is a ton of money in a family you will hardly see them get divorced as they have more happiness and stress relieved off there shoulders but i dont think sex is a issue in divorces because if they are happy together of course there going to want to have sex more!
LOL! Great Question. I believe the two are true. Women spend money shopping without consulting the hubby and hubby party money or gamble and hide it until they are in debt. Now about the sex, well that goes both ways, men are always horny and when the wife is mad we as women do hold out because we can't just open wide without forgetting what just happened. Now, this rolls over to men cheating so that's why couples argue about ';MONEY %26amp; SEX'; either women won't open up and try new things so men result to outsiders.. Or some men just always need something extra. Hope this answered your quest.
Women do withhold sex, and who can be bothered w/ sex if you have no money. Sharing household chores is a biggie too.
Thats is true in my case, money and sex. Money problems create stress and in turn sex becomes an issue.
Yep. One person always wants it more than the other one does. Or one person ';withholds'; in order to ';punish'; the other person. Sex is a tool, a weapon if you will, in marriage sometimes. Sad, but true.
I've been married 3 times. We've never argued about sex. It's either been money or communication.
Money and sex aren't THE most important things in a marriage, but they're right up there at the top of the list. I believe that most couples need to be on the same page in both categories. If the woman wants sex 4-5 times per week and a man is content with 2, or vice versa, there is going to be frustration. I'm tired of the stereotype that women hold out on giving sex to men and that it's women that aren't in the mood. There are men out there that can take it or leave it too if you allow them to get lazy.
I think it's what most married people fight over but i think there are other causes to .money means power and sometimes .The sex gets with held because for some spouse that the only thing they have control over in there relationship and with holding sex feel like you have controls the money and the other control the sex.but what it comes down to you both lose,because you both should be controlling things together.
It's not always the man that wants more... Oh, there's a third thing to fight about: kids
Not in our case. The main thing we have always fought about is housework (specifically my lack of interest in it) .
I actually think money is #1.
arguments over money and sex have been the ruin of more marriages than cheating
in most of the family ,if the wife in dependent on her hubby.fighting will be their in this case..but this fight will come as a big issue if it continous.

ohhhhh let me come to sex,r aunt / uncle fight for sex..... its not abnormal..if a guy is not satisfied he may look for a new girl to satisfy him..girl fight to a guy for sex,its a tendency of a human being to fight for sex.but the fight indirectly says that tthey are fighting for sex...only the couple can understand..unsatisfies sex or no sex between couples will lead to fight
I have never fought with my wife over sex. It's always been over money.
I've been married almost 25 years and I think sex and money covers 95% of the fights we have had. It was probably money more often than sex.

Guten nacht!
Mismatched libidos KILL a relationship.

Those women that ';use'; sex to control their men are just born with low libidos so they can actually go without sex themselves.

I think a lot of people (men especially) ASSUME marriage = sex whenever I want it. Sure it works for animals in heat but the human race is just a step up in mentality.

THIS is why you MUST have a long detailed discussion about sex expectations with your partner PRIOR to engagement!
Sounds about right. Sometimes women (men do it too!) withhold sex when they're pissed off. Sometimes, they just don't have the same sex drive they used to. Who ever decided they aren't getting enough usually ends up hurt and pissed off and fight with their spouse about it!
Money is a big one.

Sex, I honestly think is often manifests from other problems in the relationship that affect sex. Wife is unhappy for some reason, so she withholds. Or vice versa. Or someones unhappy and it affects their drive/enthusiasm.

No one just wakes up and decides they dont want to have sex anymore.

Though differing sex drives can be a frustration and cause insecurities - I don't think thats as major as not getting any, or sex being used as a tool to get needs met.
Funny. I never thought that we would ever fight about sex. But that is one things we have tiffs about. It's basically what you said ';man wants to have sex more than the woman';. Our ';wanting it'; times never match up.
That sounds right to me.
i would tend to disagree

id say they fight about money and external influences such as friends and family

id say fighting about sex becomes a secondary issue that becomes forefront when the other big issues are not being dealt with because sex will take the backburner when ur not feeling up to par and stressed out, but its other major life issues that are causing the sex to become an issue
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  • What are good strip clubs in/near central virginia for couples? Willing to travel to get to one.?

    Are you looking to take your boyfrind to one?

    How many married couples would like to swap or have a threesome?

    i'm not married but i am in a long term relationship, and we would like threesomes bu t with girls, i dont know if you are one or not..

    Why do unmarried couples want to see each other more at night than day?

    DUH they work..Why do unmarried couples want to see each other more at night than day?
    The 'magic' happens mostly at night if you know what I mean. hehehehehe.