Any questions you might have about sex and your marriage could be directed to your rabbi, but would most probably be answered in your kallah class, which are classes both men and women take in preparation for marriage. She takes her bagels toasted, with cream cheese, onions and lox, but definitely no tomato.Hey, they’re probably a hell of a lot more useful than my liberal arts education. She hopes this article makes her mother happy, since her dating choices chronically fail to do so. At least, that’s how I’ve come to understand it." "What is agreed upon is that regular is best,” explained one of my sources.
And, like Super Glue, it must be handled very carefully, or it will end up sticking things together that would be better off not stuck.
Touching another person (in Hebrew, negiah), as casually as its regarded in many circles, is far more powerful than most of us appreciate.
And while the Torah (Part I of the Bible for all you goyem) does make certain prescriptions for how and when you get to know each other biblically, certain cultural customs vary between -- and often within -- sects.
No matter where they may (or may not) stand on Christ, fans of the the Old Testament and New join ranks with just about every religious sect by disapproving of premarital sex.
Orthodoxy, like Christians, Muslims, and other Judaic sects, dictates abstinence before the covenant of marriage... “This was a lot easier to do when people got married at 18,” acknowledged one of the Modern Orthodox women I spoke to.