In this modern day and age, there has been a lot of progress in how we view sexuality. The LGBTQ community are out and proud in the western world; couples live, love, and have children happily out of wedlock; family planning is trying to penetrate deeper into the backward places that have been told that every time sex occurs, a pregnancy should be the subsequent result.

Sex toys are bought freely and used with great pleasure by adults everywhere…or not. Are the ladies and gentlemen who have pledged to stay chaste for their religion even allowed to use them?

We are about to find out.

Let’s Talk About the Elephant in the Room

We always had a suspicion that anyone in the last 2 centuries who has willingly given up the right to have sexual relations was not what they said on the box. We were right.

Never has spectacular disgust swept the world then when it came to light that sexual abuse was common practice and condoned in some of the biggest and most popular religions.

Although sweeping reforms were said to be implemented, maybe it would be even better if the institutions came up with a more proactive plan. How about if fleshlights and dildos were allowed to be used by these sexually isolated people. Wouldn’t that make things better?

 Sexual Fulfillment

Findings have shown that having sex once a week makes people as happy as having an additional US$50,000 per annum! You can’t lie with those kinds of statistics.

To quote a wise sage: “I pity the fool” who doesn’t have access to this kind of release. The saintly devotion and sanctity of staying celibate just doesn’t show those kind of happiness percentiles. These poor folks are told to not have orgasms as it will distract them from their worship.

In fact, one nun had nocturnal emissions and thought she was being touched by angels. Bernini’s statue “The Ecstasy of Saint Theresa” basically shows a nun writhing in the throes of orgasm with an angel’s arrow positioned very pointedly at her clitoris.

And it may just be all for nothing.

Religious Teachings Don’t Forbid Masturbation

The “crime” of masturbation is not expressly forbidden in main western religious teachings. What they got confused is the passage that refers to the “spilling of seed” in Gen. 38. It actually means that coitus interruptus is frowned upon, not masturbation.

It was those uptight double standard Victorians who decided that having a good self-love session was ungodly behaviour and lead to all sorts of nasty side effects.

What Sex Toys Would Best Suit a Nun?

In the current climate, everyone would be all too happy to know that nuns and monks were hopping into bed with each other instead of their underage parishioners. If that is just too modern for the institutions to swallow, what kind of sex toys would be okay for them to use?

The best suggestion is for the use of sex toys that actually don’t look like one. Something discreet and surreptitious.

For nuns, the smallest kind of vibrator will probably hit the spot. There are quite a few on the market. Miniature bullets and pocket-size vibrators can be hidden away very comfortably and brought out of their hiding place when the urge arises.

Speaking of arising, a small vibrator will be a good fit for a monk too. Brushing it lightly on the sensitive glans area can be incredibly stimulating.

Lubricants are wonderful aids for when hands and fingers are the only option. The packaging is also very innocuous.

 

This can only be a step in the right direction. Any dialogue about how to make sexually frustrated people feel good about themselves is a positive move.