|Husbands are "gifts from God" and....||ClydeTri|
Oct 1, 2003 10:04 AM
|women should provide sex whenever their man wants it!
|Do you think anyone will listen to her? nm||DougSloan|
Oct 1, 2003 10:10 AM
|dr. laura is a real piece of work (nm)||ColnagoFE|
Oct 1, 2003 10:12 AM
|Another silly conservative...................................nm||MR_GRUMPY|
Oct 1, 2003 10:36 AM
|Confirms my longtime suspicions....||filtersweep|
Oct 1, 2003 10:44 AM
|...that she really is a MAN!|
|Proves how little she considers the female body regarding sex.||128|
Oct 1, 2003 10:52 AM
|She is describing prostitution but doesn't realize it.
Old school. (probably still rides d/t shifters and petroleum lube)
|Tell me more about the lube!||53T|
Oct 1, 2003 10:59 AM
|I swear, this place is like a South Boston barroom. Any comment will bring out the libs for a conservative bashing session.|
|It was a long hard ride, the gear was squealing, and Laura said||128|
Oct 1, 2003 11:41 AM
|"Even though I have a yeast infection PMS and don't feel like it, take what you will my fumbling breadwinning dry-lubed dandy! Damn the consequences!"
I think you meant pub, btw. Now go buy a round, ya Tory powdahead. Pints before politics!
|LOL! Good stuff. nm||No_sprint|
Oct 1, 2003 11:45 AM
|Interesting quote for someone who converted to Judaism||kilimanjaro|
Oct 1, 2003 1:29 PM
|I think she considers herself either conservative or orthodox. In any event, under Jewish (read religeous) law it is the husbands responsibility to sexually satisfy the wife, and not vise versa. It surprises me that she writes the exact opposite. Let's just say it is an "inconsistancy"|
Oct 1, 2003 2:47 PM
|and can you cite the Torah for me on that sex law?|
|I cannot cite references in the Torah||kilimanjaro|
Oct 2, 2003 10:39 AM
|and in retrospect, perhaps law is not the right term. 53T, I don't know if you are Jewish so I hope the following is not patronizing. Jewish law all derive from the Torah but do not all directly reference it. It works. The religeous courts (consisting of rabbi scholars) made rulings through the generations. However, earlier rulings have more authority because they are closer to the bible, with the Torah being the ultimate authority. Laws usually expand to add further protection/clearification to the original Biblical text. For example, Torah has something along the lines of "thou shall not cook a kid (lamb) in its mothers milk." Successive rulings have expanded that to include prohibition of mixing any dairy and meat (which inluces chicken, but not eggs and fish) product. It includes time required between consuming foods of the two groups (meat and dairy), how to properly clean utinsels if any come into contact with both groups etc.
Back to the original topic. Altough I suspect that this is a religeous ruling (husband has responsibility of satisfying wife, wife does not), I am not certain. I did learn this, at minimum, "traditinal Jewish value" studying with a rabbi, hence my surprise at Dr. Laura advocating the opposite.
I will say that the spirit of her comments "don't nag too much, put up with men and treat them as gifts," do match traditional values of any culture, including Jewish. Only the "putting out" part is the opposite.