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Re: Sod It All by mrsthing on 17 June 2008 5:44pm
 
Sorry folks, I should have used a better term. I just couldn't think of one at the time. I didn't mean to demean anyone who enjoys anal intercourse. Johnny, I know plenty of heterosexual men who enjoy anal sex with women.

I've read the story of Sodom and Gomorrah in a recent version of the Protestant Bible, and it mentions homosexual rapists who came demanding that Lot send out his two male guests so they could "know" them. When Lot refused, the men basically said, "You're a stranger in our land, so we'll do worse to you!" It doesn't directly say why God wanted to destroy the cities, but homosexuality was a sin punishable by death according to Jewish law at the time Genesis was written. Being inhospitable was also a violation of Jewish law, but I don't remember whether it was punishable by death or not.

I don't know what the Catholic Bible or the Torah say.

Cori, if "bloody" has a biblical tie-in, I've never heard of it. That's probably because we don't use that word as a profanity in the US.
 
Re: Sod It All by geordiegirl on 17 June 2008 8:18pm
 
Oooh, the Show-Off kicks in again - 'bloody' was originally 'By Our Lady' - in Elizabethan times, or whenever, that was a VERY shocking thing to say.

I don't exactl;y know when it transmogrified into 'bloody'.

Yes, Judy you're right about Sodom/Sodomites (the Bible may also say the men copulated with animale, Chambers Dictionary certainly does) - I believe it was at this time that Lot's wife was turned into a piullar of salt, fleeing all this gang-banging with Lot, she turned and looked back & was struck salty. oooh, naughty.

Chambers Dictionary - had it round the house ages, G. Think it's still on sale but don't know if it's online. Sort of dictionary which in my pre-pubertal days I'd look up all the naighty words, one by one, then be very disappointed they all just defined each other in the same way - ie VERY non-explicit!
(Well, we didn't have much TV in those days)
 
Re: Sod It All by johnnythemonkey on 17 June 2008 8:57pm
 
Judy, who the fcuk would ever tell you that ?
"Johnny, I know plenty of heterosexual men who enjoy anal sex with women."
 
Re: Sod It All by mrsthing on 17 June 2008 10:55pm
 
I spent four years in college; I dated a free-thinking man at the time; college boys will say anything when drunk, which they are most of the time. And I read the personal ads in the Advocate, the local paper that will print just about anything in the personals. Talk about sex education! **blushes deeply**
 
Re: Sod It All by johnnythemonkey on 17 June 2008 11:09pm
 
Judy, I know I should make no further comment as I was once a good Catholic boy !
I gave up religion at the age of seven but got slapped a few times for doing so.
 
Re: Sod It All by geordiegirl on 18 June 2008 1:59pm
 
I last saw 'sodomite' used as if it were a word in common use in 1964 - I can remember the year & the humorous book it appeared in. (Being 16 and having lead a sheltered life I didn't really know what it meant.)

If 'being inhospitable' was still in force as a law, Judy, two-thirds of London would be imprisoned for it. (Not Palinites).
 
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