Uterine suction prevents rape In 2012, Missouri Senate candidate and Republican Todd Akin told a television station that women can’t get pregnant from “legitimate rape” because “the female body has ways to try to shut that whole thing down.” We wonder if Akin got this absurd notion from brushing up on medical tracts from the ‘50s — the 1850s, that is. D., wrote a sex book for the masses, with a title as hard to swallow as the advice itself.“Becklard’s Physiology: Physiological mysteries and revelations in love, courtship and marriage: an infallible guide-book for married and single persons, in matters of the utmost importance to the human race.”In the book, Becklard states: “The mouth of the uterus, be it known, is very narrow, so narrow in fact, that the fecundating principle would not enter it, but that it craves it, and inhales it by real suction — a proof, by the way, that a rape can never be productive of real offspring.”The uterus: storing fetuses and sucking out rape since 1850! Orgasm contests Becklard also believed that, when trying to conceive, the child would turn out more like whoever had the best orgasm.“[T]he party whose temperament predominates in the child was in the highest state of orgasm at the period of intercourse.”3.Dancing and horse trotting to thwart pregnancy If one is trying not to beget a child, Becklard advised that, immediately after the conjugal act has occurred, “dancing about the room before repose, for a few minutes, might probably have that effect.” This is, of course, contrary to logic (and to the plot of Dirty Dancing, which is where we get all of our sex advice).The Manager asks if they want to live for eternity.Father replies that they only want a moment in them.But if you really don’t want to get knocked up, “trotting a horse briskly over a rough road on the following day would ensure it.” He also noted that “strong victuals” and “spirits that promote thirst” are also “great enemies to reproduction.”4.
In Christian demonology and theology the matter of the sexuality of the demons is not clear.
(85) We created not the heavens, the earth, and all between them, but for just ends.
And the Hour is surely coming (when this will be manifest).
Their abandonment is a crime as it has robbed them of eternal life.
Characters who appear on-stage enter a "fecundating matrix," a fantasy that gives them immortality.
So overlook (any human faults) with gracious forgiveness.