[quote="Ron_Conte, post:7, topic:283503"]
"Each and every sexual act in a marriage needs to be open to the possibility of conceiving a child." (USCCB Catechism, p. 409).
Unnatural sexual acts, such as oral sex, are not open to procreation; they are non-procreative sexual acts, and so they are intrinsically evil, and always gravely immoral.
"The Church, nevertheless, in urging men to the observance of the precepts of the natural law, which it interprets by its constant doctrine, teaches that each and every marital act must of necessity retain its intrinsic relationship to the procreation of human life. This particular doctrine, often expounded by the magisterium of the Church, is based on the inseparable connection, established by God, which man on his own initiative may not break, between the unitive significance and the procreative significance which are both inherent to the marriage act. " (HV 11-12)
Humanae Vitae teaches that married couples may not separate the unitive and procreative meanings into separate acts. Therefore, a non-procreative sexual act, such as oral sex, cannot be justified by a subsequent or prior procreative sexual act (natural intercourse).
The lack of climax in a sexual act does not change the act into a procreative act; it does not make the act any less non-procreative, and so the act remains intrinsically evil and always gravely immoral.
Could you define " Each and every sexual act "? How do you define this sentence without bad " ism words " ?
Could you give us information on how you interpret the different steps of marital act? Are you against the sexual phenomenology on this topic? Are you against the personalism in the context of marital act?
Are you against the foreplay between wife and husband in the context of marital act? What is your thought on " The Song of the Songs "? Are you against the sexual love in the marriage?
For you, what are the moral foreplay?
What is your acception of masturbation in the context of marital act?