With the rise of Internet porn, the consumption of pornography has reached unprecedented levels.
In the 1960s the median averages for both genders was in the early 20s, and in ancient cultures we married as teenagers.
How can we expect people to embrace the sexual dimension of embodiment in marriage while pushing the message that touching certain parts of one’s own body is inherently dirty and shameful?
2) Speaking about female sexuality in particular: we have this naïve idea that all women can reach orgasm through vaginal intercourse alone, which is just not physiologically true for the majority of women.
How then are we to understand the profound unity possible between the different persons of the Trinity?
I would argue the best picture God gave us was marriage — and in particular the sexual union between man and wife.
If that's true, it's hard to escape the conclusion that the primary purpose of sex is profoundly relational: it's meant to tightly unify husband and wife in a profound, material metaphor of the self-giving love shared within the Trinity.