New York AG Says Gov. Cuomo Sexually Harassed Multiple Women – And the Tragedy of Being “Horny” or Sex Starved in the Pulpit, in Politics, and in the Place of Business

New York AG Says Gov. Cuomo Sexually Harassed Multiple Women – And the Tragedy of Being “Horny” or Sex Starved in the Pulpit, in Politics, and in the Place of Business

Pray for Gov. Cuomo and pray for other politicians, pastors, and business owners who have gotten themselves into the same mess. Believe it or not, after his divorce from his former wife Kerry Kennedy, with both of them being Catholics, partly the way he got into trouble was by trying to obey his Catholic faith and not get married again because he knew he could be excommunicated. That is commendable, but what happens when you are used to having sex with your spouse on a regular basis and you are not having it anymore, this causes a problem for most red-blooded healthy men and when they get “horny” or sex-starved they start saying and doing stupid things because when you are used to being with a woman, your wife “a man has to have it.” And, yes, there is an element of power playing into these situations, but it is primarily the desire for sex, and men in powerful positions deceive themselves into thinking that they can take shortcuts with women without the benefit of marriage and they get into trouble with God, the women, and the powers that be and it is the same thing for pastors with refrigerator wives and troubled marriages who do not want to get divorced and remarried and it is the same thing for business owners as well. The solution is for these men to get married and stay married and have regular sex with their wives, for as they know, there will always be a happy ending. And believe it or not, the happy ending can be the same for the wife as well if she wants it to be because the problem with most women who act like they can’t get any orgasmic satisfaction is because she chooses not to be into that man anymore, but if she can get orgasmic satisfaction from a shower or a sheet or a vibrating washing machine or some sex toy or through masturbation with her little finger or even from the voice and words of a man she likes and is interested in, then if she wanted to get orgasmic satisfaction from her husband she can. It is a choice. She can get it if she wants it, and any decent husband will let her do whatever she wants to do to get it because it is all good to him. So the point is that the husband and the wife need to stop acting like juveniles or worse, children, and act as responsible adults and get their orgasmic satisfaction from the person they married the first time and all this foolishness in the church, the government, the family, and the workplace can be done away with and we can all get on with our lives and what God would have us to do.

After a couple is married for a while, the husband may not be that into the wife, and the wife may not be that into the husband. However, if you want to please God and enjoy guilt-free sex which is very valuable to a Christian, you need to choose to love each other enough to take care of sexual business in the bedroom and there are multiple ways to get sexual orgasmic satisfaction in the marriage for the Holy Bible says, “Marriage is honorable in all, and the bed undefiled: but whoremongers and adulterers God will judge.” (By the way, what does “like” have to do with it?) So, if you want to avoid scandals like the ones we are referring to in this article, you need to have sex with the one you are married to and please God by staying with the person you are married to until death do you part. Some people don’t stay married long enough to realize the benefits of marriage, and one of those benefits is that you become one so much that you don’t need a special occasion to have sex. You don’t have to get ready to have sex, you just do it. You both know when it’s time, and the beautiful thing about it is that it can happen any time of the day, morning, noon, or night without a shower, without dressing up, and without a fancy dinner. Marital sex is one of the greatest and most magnificent blessings of life.

Here’s some more Biblical instruction on how to avoid the tragedy of fornication and adultery so that you can avoid scandal and so that you can enjoy the blessed life.

1 Corinthians 7:1-5

1 Now concerning the things whereof ye wrote unto me: It is good for a man not to touch a woman.

2 Nevertheless, to avoid fornication, let every man have his own wife, and let every woman have her own husband.

3 Let the husband render unto the wife due benevolence: and likewise also the wife unto the husband.

4 The wife hath not power of her own body, but the husband: and likewise also the husband hath not power of his own body, but the wife.

5 Defraud ye not one the other, except it be with consent for a time, that ye may give yourselves to fasting and prayer; and come together again, that Satan tempt you not for your incontinency.

Regarding this passage, Dr. David Guzik said:

Concerning the things of which you wrote to me1 Corinthians 7 begins a section where Paul deals with specific questions asked him in a letter by the Corinthian Christians.

It is good for a man not to touch a woman: Here, “touch” is used in the sense of having sexual relations. This was probably a statement made by the Corinthian Christians, which they asked Paul to agree with. Paul will agree with the statement, but with reservation – the “nevertheless” of verse 2.

Why would the Corinthian Christians suggest complete celibacy – which is what they mean by a man not to touch a woman? They probably figured that if sexual immorality was such a danger, then one could be more pure by abstaining from sex altogether, even in marriage.

“The idea that marriage was a less holy state than celibacy, naturally led to the conclusion that married persons ought to separate, and it soon came to be regarded as an evidence of eminent spirituality when such a separation was final.” (Hodge)

Nevertheless, because of sexual immorality, let each man have his own wife, and let each woman have her own husband: In light of the danger of sexual immorality (ever present in the Corinthian culture and our own), it is appropriate for husband and wife to have each other in a sexual sense.

Paul is not commanding the Corinthian Christians to get married (an issue he deals with later in the chapter), but a command to live as a married person, especially in the sexual sense. Paul means that husbands and wives should continue in sexual relations.

“What miserable work has been made in the peace of families by a wife or a husband pretending to be wiser than the apostle, and too holy and spiritual to keep the commandments of God!” (Clarke)

Nevertheless, because of sexual immorality: Paul is not saying sex is the only reason for marriage, or the most important reason for marriage. Paul is simply answering their specific questions about marriage, not trying to give a complete theology of marriage.

For more on a complete theology of marriage, see Ephesians 5:21-33 and Colossians 3:18-19.

The principle of mutual sexual responsibility in marriage.

Let the husband render to his wife the affection due her, and likewise also the wife to her husband. The wife does not have authority over her own body, but the husband does. And likewise the husband does not have authority over his own body, but the wife does. Do not deprive one another except with consent for a time, that you may give yourselves to fasting and prayer; and come together again so that Satan does not tempt you because of your lack of self-control.

Let the husband render to his wife the affection due her: Instead of a man not to touch a woman, within marriage a husband must render to his wife the affection due her. It is wrong for him to withhold affection from his wife.

The affection due her is an important phrase. Since Paul meant this to apply to every Christian marriage, it shows that every wife has affection due her. Paul doesn’t think only the young or pretty or submissive wives are due affection; every wife is due affection because she is a wife of a Christian man.

iPaul also emphasizes what the woman needs: not merely sexual relations, but the affection due her. If a husband has sexual relations with his wife, but without true affection to her, he is not giving his wife what she is due.

Affection also reminds us that when a couple is unable – for physical or other reasons – to have a complete sexual relationship, they can still have an affectionate relationship, and thus fulfill God’s purpose for these commands.

And likewise also the wife to her husband: On the same idea, also the wife to her husband: The wife is not to withhold marital affection from her husband. Paul strongly puts forth the idea that there is a mutual sexual responsibility in marriage. The husband has obligations toward his wife, and the wife has obligations toward her husband.

Render to his wife: The emphasis is on giving, on “I owe you” instead of “you owe me.” In God’s heart, sex is put on a much higher level than merely the husband’s privilege and the wife’s duty.

The wife does not have authority over her own body: In fact, these obligations are so concrete, it could be said that the wife’s body does not even belong to herself, but to her husband. The same principle is true of the husband’s body in regard to his wife.

This does not justify a husband abusing or coercing his wife, sexually or otherwise. Paul’s point is that we have a binding obligation to serve our partner with physical affection.

It is an awesome obligation: out of the billions of people on the earth, God has chosen one, and one alone, to meet our sexual needs. There is to be no one else.

Do not deprive one another: Paul rejects their idea that husband and wife could be more holy by sexual abstinence. In fact, harm can come when they deprive one another, as they open the door to the tempter (so that Satan does not tempt you).

The word for deprive is the same as defraud in 1 Corinthians 6:8. When we deny physical affection and sexual intimacy to our spouse, we cheat them.

Do not deprive: Sexual deprivation in marriage has not only to do with frequency, but with romance also. This is why Paul tells husbands to render to his wife the affection due her. Deprivation in either sense gives occasion for the deprived to look elsewhere for fulfillment – and to destroy the marriage.

For your lack of self-control: It might be easy to think that self-control is expressed by abstaining from sexual relations in marriage, but Paul says that to deprive one another is to show a lack of self-control, and a lack of self-control that will leave one easily tempted by Satan.

I say this as a concession: God will permit (reluctantly, as a concession) a married couple to abstain from sexual relations for a short time, for the sake of fasting and prayer. But if this concession is used, it is only to be for a time, and then husband and wife must come together again in a sexual sense.

Not as a commandment: God does not command or even recommend abstaining from sex within marriage, but it can be done for a brief time for a specific spiritual reason.

The principle in this passage is important. God makes it clear that there is nothing wrong, and everything right, about sex in marriage. Satan’s great strategy, when it comes to sex, is to do everything he can to encourage sex outside of marriage, and to discourage sex within marriage. It is an equal victory for Satan if he accomplishes either plan.

This can be seen in the way some of the Corinthian Christians thought it was just fine to hire the services of a prostitute (as in 1 Corinthians 6:12-20), and other Corinthian Christians thought it was more spiritual for a husband and wife to never have sexual relations.

A Christian husband and wife must not accept a poor sexual relationship. The problems may not be easily overcome or quickly solved, but God wants every Christian marriage to enjoy a sexual relationship that is a genuine blessing, instead of a burden or a curse.

— BCNN1 Editors


Cuomo violated federal, state laws as he sexually harassed multiple women, NY attorney general says

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo sexually harassed at least 11 women and then retaliated against a former employee who complained publicly about his conduct, according to a bombshell report released Tuesday by state Attorney General Letitia James.

The monthslong probe concluded that Cuomo “sexually harassed multiple women, and in doing so violated federal and state law,” James said at a press conference.

The 165-page report, which comprises interviews with 179 witnesses and a review of tens of thousands of documents, also said that Cuomo’s office was riddled with fear and intimidation, and was a hostile work environment for many staffers.

Cuomo harassed members of his own staff, members of the public and other state employees, one of whom was a state trooper, the report alleges.

The findings reveal “a deeply disturbing, yet clear, picture,” James said, describing Cuomo’s office as “a toxic workplace.”

Cuomo’s office did not immediately respond to CNBC’s request for comment on the attorney general’s report.

The announcement came about two weeks after Cuomo was interviewed by investigators retained by James’ office for the probe. Cuomo was reportedly questioned for 11 hours.

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Source: CNBC

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