Popes position on condoms
Green said that risk compensation happens when people use risk-reducing technology in a way that assumes the technology cancels out all risk. That's what the pope said, and that's what you say you agree with We fight the stigma, facilitate testing, counselling and reconciliation. Yes, they should be a backup if people are not going to avoid the risk altogether. Bolivia Brazil Colombia Guyana Peru. The Catholic hierarchy's position holds the most sway in the countries least able to deal economically and medically with HIV disease. The trouble with some people is they think the lab results for condoms will always be reflected in society and it doesn't work that way.
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The comments were made in a book-length interview with a German journalist, Peter Seewald. By clicking 'Accept' you agree to this use of data. And I think you'll find I didn't accuse the media of anything. Until now, the Pope hasn't said anything on the question weather the use of condoms to reduce the risk of HIV infection is sinful or not. For those socially influenced by the Church, this is far from a green light. Why don't all the preachers stick to their sermons about how Jesus fed with 12 loaves and 2 fish and leave policies of public health and control of epidemics to experts who actually have some understanding of the facts and know what they are doing?
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It is not religious, God is lacking, it is idolatrous. Water and Scotch will get you drunk. Instead you take your God given faculties of conscience, reason and intellect and throw them in the trash can. Which I think is inadmissible. Sex and Religion STIs STI menstrual cycle onanism bible christian pope Onan sin church view on contraception natural family planning calendar method diaphragm condom Griswold v. Comments Post your comment Sign in or register to comment.
This means that the sheer fixation on the condom implies a banalisation of sexuality, which, after all, is precisely the dangerous source of the attitude of no longer seeing sexuality as the expression of love, but only a sort of drug that people administer to themselves. All Rights Reserved TheBody: Before adding your comment, please read TheBody. This is just morally wrong. Was this article helpful to you? DignityUSA has long called on the Vatican to acknowledge the importance of educating people on the proper use of condoms, and to support making them widely available as a way of saving lives of vulnerable people around the world.