Re: Well. if you guys atheists have to be defensive with your sex practices, that is...
Well. if you guys atheists have to be defensive with your sex practices, that is fine by me.
What defensive? We, at least, have been honest and straight-forward in our responses. Just because you're obsessed with sexual perversions doesn't mean that we should be.
And that shows that you do have a transcendental moral heart and mind.
No, just moral. "Transcendental morality" (TM) was a purely hypothetical seventh stage of Kohlberg's theory of moral development; IOW, no evidence that such a thing even exists (for that matter, Kohlberg couldn't even find empirical evidence for his sixth stage, "moral reasoning is based on abstract reasoning using universal ethical principles", so even he emphasized that a seventh stage was purely speculative). So any talk of TM is purely speculative, such that definitive conclusions such as you had just jumped to are completely groundless. If you disagree, then please give a reasoned argument; I've seen your other posts, so I'll not be holding my breath awaiting that reasoned argument.
Using Kohlberg, TM is not at all necessary for us to not be as obsessed as a Christian in sexual perversions. Conventional stages 3 and 4 (where most adults and adolescents are: 3.Interpersonal accord and conformity (Social norms), and 4.Authority and social-order maintaining orientation (Law and order morality)) up through post-conventional stages 5 and 6 (5.Social contract orientation and 6. Universal ethical principles (Principled conscience)) would more than account for our morality. No need to invoke some non-existent purely hypothetical 7th stage.
Also, believe it or not (obviously not, since you are obsessed), a lot of that stuff just does not interest us. Sure, we'll look to see what it is, but that doesn't mean that we want to do it. When I was last in Germany (1974), I picked up a book on German obscene terms (Sex im Volksmund: Der obszöne Wortschatz der Deutschen, collected through 10 years of field research; unfortunately, the author gave no indication of which fields those were). There are practices mentioned in there that I would have never in my wildest dreams have even started to imagine existed. Would I want to go out and engage in those practices? Uh, no, they just don't appeal to me. A matter of taste, something which I guess Christians must lack.
orgies- the romans did that pedofilia- the Greeks did that incest - the egyptians other participants lifting the woman up and down- the chinise did that everything in the karmasutra- done by the hindus animal sex -been done machine sex- been done on a plane- been done you can charter planes for that purpose
aha found one in space or in 0 gravity has not yet been done by humans
i doubt anyone fuc*** a whale before, 3 m long Jonson, and balls that weigh a tone. he can try that
i also have doubts if anyone did a bee hive before
the biggest gang bang was 300 men and one woman though only 70 arived and took turns till the number reached 251 acts you can try and beat that or turn it around and make it 300 women on one man if you satisfy them all in one day i will praise you as god
you can try to beat the world's biggest distance for a Jet of Semen 6m