Is Female masturbation a sin?
I'm 17 and I was wondering if it is, for example if a female does it and does not look at porn or have any wrong thoughts and doesnt use any stuff to stimulate it, is it? I have heard the female masturbation helps relive stress and that stuff, does it say in the scripture any where that masturbation is wrong?? No rude comments please
- 7 years agoBest Answer
Romans 14:23 says “everything that does not come from faith is sin.” Romans 14:5 indicates that we are to be “fully convinced” before we do, or do not do, something. The fact that “is it still a sin?” if even being asked is proof of a lack of assurance and evidence of not being fully convinced. Asking a question like “Is ______ not a sin IF…?” is dangerous at its core. While “if something is a sin it is always a sin” is not universally true, it is a much more biblical than trying to find situations in which a sin is no longer sinful.Source(s): TR
- Anonymous7 years ago
Masturbation for both males and females is totally natural and normal. Yes, it can relieve stress, and its just a great way to know your body better. Nowhere in the Bible does it give a good reason not to do so. You can do whatever you wish to your clitoris without fear of mortal or divine punishment. Have fun ;)
- DaniLv 67 years ago
I'm sorry, but how in the world can someone masturbate without thinking dirty thoughts? It's impossible. lol. Don't be ashamed of it. Female masturbation is NOT a sin. It also relieves menstrual cramps as well and is extremely calming.
- rookerLv 43 years ago
From the Catechism of the Catholic Church: 2352 by using masturbation is to be understood the deliberate stimulation of the genital organs to be able to derive sexual pleasure. "both the Magisterium of the Church, within the direction of a consistent lifestyle, and the moral sense of the trustworthy had been in definitely and have firmly maintained that masturbation is an intrinsically and gravely disordered motion." "The deliberate use of the sexual college, for some thing purpose, outside of marriage is practically contrary to its motive." For here sexual pleasure is sought outside of "the sexual relationship which is demanded by means of the ethical order and where the total meaning of mutual self-giving and human procreation in the context of true love is carried out." To form an equitable judgment in regards to the subjects' moral responsibility and to guide pastoral motion, one ought to keep in mind the affective immaturity, force of acquired dependancy, stipulations of anxiousness or different psychological or social explanations that reduce, if no longer even lessen to a minimum, ethical culpability. 2396 among the sins gravely opposite to chastity are masturbation, fornication, pornography, and homosexual practices.
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- Anonymous7 years ago
Bethany, you're old enough now for you to know the truth. The bible was written by men, and does not reflect the will or word of god.
Masturbation is not a sin because sin must, by definition, involve harm to yourself or others.
- 7 years ago
10 What is the Bible’s view of masturbation?
▪ Answer: The Bible does not specifically mention masturbation—the deliberate self-stimulation that produces sexual arousal and orgasm. However, God’s Word commands Christians: “Deaden, therefore, your body members that are upon the earth as respects fornication, uncleanness, [and improper] sexual appetite.”—Colossians 3:5.
Masturbation fosters a distorted and self-centered view of sex. The Bible assures us that God can impart “power beyond what is normal” to those who make a sincere effort to break this habit.—2 Corinthians 4:7; Philippians 4:13.
This would be either sex male or female.
Say a Christian makes a practice of masturbation—deliberately stimulating himself to cause sexual excitement—whether this is accompanied p. 28by pornography or not. Although the term “masturbation” does not occur in the Bible, can there be any doubt that it is a mentally and emotionally defiling practice? Would not continued defilement of this sort seriously damage one’s personal relationship with Jehovah and make one unclean in God’s sight? Let us take to heart the apostle Paul’s admonition to “cleanse ourselves of every defilement of flesh and spirit” and “deaden [our] body members that are upon the earth as respects fornication, uncleanness, sexual appetite, hurtful desire, and covetousness.”—2 Cor. 7:1; Col. 3:5.
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- 7 years ago
Doing anything besides having babies and cooking is a sin according to the Bible because it was written by sexists.
- lostnsavdLv 77 years ago
Masturbation is sin in the eyes of a Holy, Righteous and Just God who is without sin.
In the eyes of a Holy God... sin = sin. There isn't one greater than another. All sin = sin. And God cannot commune/fellowship with those who commit "willful" sin.
The word Christian means, "Christ-like." Therefore, anyone who professes to be a Christian, demonstrates who they are in Christ by their, "lifestyle...like Christ.
The Holy Spirit is the only One...who can give those who belong to Christ the power to "overcome" willful sin.
Our eyes are like cameras. We take pictures with our eyes and then those images are stored in our database in our brain. We are to control our flesh through the power of the Holy Spirit. We are not to allow our flesh to control us. We are to decrease, so that Christ in us will increase.
And let me just add, masturbation is "selfish." God created man and woman to become as "one" (in marriage). Masturbation has been proven to ruin sexual relationships. Why? Because...
1. There is fantasy involved which can and will interfere with a normal relationship.
2. The person is satisfying their 'own' desires.
3. The mental images are a constant reminder of self gratification.
4. They are not able to have a "healthy" sexual relationship because their partner is not able to satisfy them the way they do with their self.
Remember, God's Word is His "Spiritual" Instruction manual for man to live a safe, abundant life in Him. God gives us a standard in which we are to live.
Years ago, my pastor came incorporated what he called, "The 6 T List." It was composed using Philippians 4:8-9. Whatever things are true, honest, just, pure, lovely and of good report. THINK on these things...and DO...and the God of peace will be with you.
So then, "think" out these questions:
Whatever things are....
True....Is it the Godly norm?
Honest...Is it worthy of respect?
Just...Does it conform to holiness?
Pure....Could it corrupt spirituality?
Lovely....Would Jesus embrace it?
Good Report...Would it attract others to Christ?
Christians have a big responsibility. We are to be the "light" and allow our lifestyle to attract others to Christ. Think about that.
You need to stay away from things that tempt you, and then ask the Holy Spirit (for He is "all" Power) to "keep" (protect) you from committing willful sin.
- exsLv 67 years ago
It doesn't say anything about it in the bible....but if you read it you'll see that women aren't really supposed to be enjoying anything
- .,,.Lv 77 years ago
No, since there isn't a god and since sin doesn't exist.