He was, according to at least one Christian theologist.
The link is predictably short on evidence and long on clickbait, but the gist is the symbolism inherent in Jesus’ personal relationships with his disciples (including the famous, “eat my body/drink my blood” concept), as well as his personal relationships with millions of modern Christians worldwide, described as akin to multiple marriages.
There’s more, of course, along with the all-too-common conflating of polyamory with polygamy, but my biggest takeaway from this article is that I can’t stop wondering who Jesus would talk to during an orgasm. I mean, most people wouldn’t want to think of their dad while getting off, but – hey, to each their own.
Ever wonder why Greek depictions of their male heroes included powerful bodies and beautiful faces, but tiny penises?
Their physical ideals were not so dissimilar to ours, but for their symbolism of the penis. A large or erect penis in ancient Greece was associated with evil, stupidity, and/or poor self-control. In modern society, by way of comparison, a large penis is associated with power, desirability, and even competence.
Wouldnt it make more sense to judge and value people not on their genetic traits, but rather how they live their lives?
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