A Justice-Based Sexual Ethic (Part 1)


In short, whereas the posts on sexual salvation, made a case for knowing one’s self (specifically one’s sexuality), here Farley states that in loving the concrete reality of another, we must love the totality (the reality) of who that person actually (concretely) is. And, of course, that includes loving and respecting the totality of the other person’s sexuality – their sexual needs, desires, and boundaries.


Full article here: http://trybestpractices.wordpress.com/2013/09/27/a-justice-based-sexual-ethic-part-1/


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