Is anal sex allowed in the Hindu religion

Religion forbids wrong traffic

Published on July 17th, 2015 by Wilfried Müller on

Before we get to the ridiculous part, first the state of our favorite religions. The following links do not need to be commented on (picture: Cahit):
Iran: Hell on earth for gay men (HUFF POST 15.7.) And on all continents - Catholic bishops: Worldwide fight against marriage for everyone (QUEER.DE 14.7.)

On July 13th a Turkish scholar of Islam achieved the joyous success that his religion deserves. The Swiss side 20 minutes brought that as forbidden sex practices trigger laughing fits: A TV show explains what Muslims are not allowed to do during sex. “Oral intercourse in advanced proportions” is also taboo. The moderator then laughed at the Islamic scholar.

Reason enough for 20 minutes for a few minutes of research on sex, prohibition, and ridicule. Under the heading Sex and religion brought the site to the 14.7. the research results Which God allows how much pleasure?
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Almost all religions regulate the sexuality of believers. Just how the rules are is not so clear, because they seem to differ everywhere. So the Turkish Islam scholar with the oral phobia Kontra got from the Islamic Central Council (IZRS), of all things, which interferes everywhere, and according to the IZRS oral sex is allowed. However, anal sex and sexual intercourse are prohibited during menstruation. Anal sex with boys would therefore always be allowed.
SPIEGEL ONLINE devoted an article to Muslim sex on April 10, 2013, Jammed through life: Everyday life is characterized by ambiguity, small and large evasions and double standards. Islam claims to regulate all areas of life, including sex - only the mullahs do not agree. Except for the central point, sex is only allowed within marriage. Again, with the exception of short-term marriage for legal sex out of order.
Nudity is allowed as long as you don't look too closely, homosexuality is forbidden, but it is practiced. Prostitution is also forbidden, it is also practiced (even without short-term marriage). Polygamy (1 man, several women) is allowed, polyandry (1 woman, several men) is prohibited.

The Bible prohibits masturbation and homosexual intercourse between men, and the Catholic Church goes one better. In the 19th and 20th centuries, Catholic moral theology became loud 20 minutes deals in detail with questions of permitted and prohibited sexuality. Hence no artificial contraception, and sex only with reproductive intent - otherwise it is a sin. That should probably represent the height of ridiculousness.
The new Pope Francis is now making a difference, he had believers all over the world questioned about marriage, family and sexuality. As a result, there is a Catholic debate about "any new interpretations of sexual morality", and the "universal church" wants to discuss the topic at a synod in autumn. That should be another peak of ridiculousness.
The Protestants don't need it, for some time now they have refrained from “looking into people's bedrooms”. Only the evangelical free churches still do something like that, they are averse to all modern positions in relation to sexuality. The Fundis are generally in a bad position with their oral lusts. They have nothing to laugh about themselves, but they are a popular object to be laughed at.

In Hinduism, it loves itself rather carefree. Traditionally, you have a tolerant relationship with sexuality. You can read it in the Kamasutra. Although today not every Hindu has a copy of this erotic textbook on the bedside table, there are hardly any limits to the imagination. There is no mention of prohibited sexual practices in Hinduism.
Traditionally, however, sex is only intended within the marriage. This is no longer seen so closely today, because sex is generally a private matter. What happens in your own four walls by mutual agreement is okay. There was no mention of the gangs raping Indian girls for not following traditional dress codes. Also no talk of the general contempt for women within the Hindu caste system and its "ideas of purity" with the prohibition of premarital sex. The cheerful mood probably doesn't quite apply.

On the Buddhist side, there are hardly any sex regulations. Those who apply the principles of religion to the bedroom pay attention to empathy and a sense of responsibility. In Buddhism nothing is explicitly forbidden or allowed in bed. Even practices like sadomasochism are loud 20 minutes ok with mutual agreement. Tantrism (developed from Hinduism and Buddhism) even understand sexuality as a means of expanding experience and awareness.
On the other hand, sexuality in Buddhism has a more negative position, because "whoever pursues his sexual inclinations increases his mental poisons." On the way to Buddhahood and nirvana, however, one should overcome all worldly desires - including sex (from FOCUS ONLINE From Celibacy to Kamasutra - Sexuality in Buddhism.
Most Buddhist marriages in Southeast Asia are loud Focus arranged, and sex in marriage is reserved for procreation. If you do it differently, like the Tantrists, you better pay attention. Much of society does not accept this form of Buddhism, he said Focus. A long philosophical preparation is also necessary for this, not mere lustfulness. In the end, that's pretty ridiculous.

Links to the 20-minute articles:
Turkish scholar of Islam: Prohibited sex practices trigger laughing fits
Discussion about love practice: According to the IZRS, oral sex is allowed
Porn protest: sit on your faces, get set, go!
New Law: That's How Harsh are the New UK Porn Rules

Overview from FOCUS ONLINE: Sexuality in the world religions (29.4.14)
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Sexuality in Buddhism
Sexuality in Hinduism
Sexuality in Islam
Sexuality in Judaism
Sexuality in Christianity