chastity


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See: continence
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They laugh also at chastity, and ask: "What is chastity?
What is chastity? How shall a man know if he is chaste?
Third, I examine differences among chastity clubs, noting similarities and differences between groups aimed at younger teenage girls versus older teenage girls.
ARCHBISHOP Adewale Martins of the Catholic Archdiocese of Lagos has condemned the recent attitude where some youths promote nudity instead of chastity in the name of entertainment.
Nos Fercher ddechreuodd y wibdaith ddiwyllianol wrth i'r gantores 'gwlad /soul' Chastity Brown ymddangos yn y Fic, Porthaethwy.
When I have talked to younger people there seems to be a false idea the chastity and celibacy are interchangeable words and concepts.
"Thus to have kept her body in perfect continence or to have practiced the virtue of chastity in an exemplary way, while of great importance with regard to the discernment, are not essential prerequisites in the absence of which admittance to consecration is not possible."
So they arranged a surprise for the 31-year-old (pictured centre) - a chastity belt - which they locked round the unsuspecting bridegroom-tobe.
Essentially what I wrote was that condoms are not the solution to the spread of the HIV virus; rather people must practice chastity.
Notes: Contact: Chastity Marion Phone: 512-676-6151 E-mail: chastity.marion@tdi.texas.gov.
Female chastity, in Measure and elsewhere, proves integral to the stage's response to anti-theatrical attacks and to its reflexive theorization of the ethics of theatrical exchange.
A self-appointed "chastity" expert who works for a traditionalist Catholic ministry was invited to speak in two El Paso, Texas, high schools last month.