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This article is from the Celibacy FAQ, by plmlp@eis.bris.ac.uk (ML Poulter) with numerous contributions by others.

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"I ask myself, 'Where does lust come from? Is it something to yield to or
be overcome?'" -"Bluer than Midnight", The The

"We commonly speak of the sex 'drive', as if it, like hunger, must be
satisfied, or a person will die. Yet there is no evidence that celibacy is
in any way damaging to one's health, and it is clear that many celibates
lead long, happy lives. Celibacy should be recognised as a valid
alternative sexual lifestyle, although probably not everyone is suited to
it." -J. S. Hyde, Understanding Human Sexuality, 1986

"Celibacy is hereditary. If your parents didn't have sex, the chances are
you won't have sex." -Anonymous

"The position is undignified, the expense ruinous and the pleasure only
momentary." -The Duke of Wellington

"Shopping is better than sex. If you're not satisfied after shopping you
can make an exchange for something you really like." -Adrienne Gusoff

 

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