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Christian Couples Engaging in Kinky Sex, Including 'Anal Play,' Say It's OK if It's in Heterosexual Marriage, Researcher Finds

Christian Couples Engaging in Kinky Sex, Including 'Anal Play,' Say It's OK if It's in Heterosexual Marriage, Researcher Finds

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"Though many would disagree with their interests, what I find interesting as a sociologist is how some users of Christian sexuality websites push what might be considered 'normal' within conservative Christianity by relying on the basic tenants of conservative Christian beliefs," she added.

Christian sex toy shops like Covenant Spice, notes Vice channel's Broadly, caters to sexual activity utilizing all orifices in marriage including toys that promote "anal play as straight-friendly" for Christians.

"We believe that sex between a husband and a wife is a gift from God, and is meant to be enjoyed in all of its wonder and passion. We believe that according to the scriptures it is acceptable for a husband and wife to explore whatever options bring them pleasure as a married couple that do not cause harm, do not violate a scriptural command, and do not cause either spouse to be uncomfortable. We are aware that many things on this site may come as a surprise to someone from a traditional or more formal Christian background. We would encourage you to pray together as a couple and seek the Lord's wisdom," urge the husband and wife team that operates Covenant Spice.

According to Broadly, the site "sells regal 'bendy beads,' an anal chain cutely named 'Fun Factory Felix,' and even a sizable prostate massager that vibrates with a specially angled tip. There's also some cautious but nevertheless evident support for pegging."

"Some of the men justify it by saying, 'Well, God wouldn't create this pleasure gland if he didn't want me to use it,'" Burke told Broadly.

A screen shot of the website bedroomblessings.com | (Photo: Screen shot via bedroomblessings.com)

George, who runs the site "Bedroom Blessings," told Broadly, however, that he wasn't comfortable with this idea of pegging.

"I don't want to judge people, but I don't sell any anal-type products," he said. "Marriage is a great thing for anyone, but for Christians it's a covenant between us and God. It's just different for us. We have different responsibilities," he said.

Contact: leonardo.blair@christianpost.comFollow Leonardo Blair on Twitter: @leoblairFollow Leonardo Blair on Facebook: LeoBlairChristianPost

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