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Gray-A or gray-asexual can include someone who does not normally experience sexual attraction, but does sometimes.
Demisexual refers to someone who has to form a strong personal or emotionally intimate connection with someone before they experience sexual attraction.
This term is used by asexuals because it has been noted there are unhelpful associations when using a more loaded term like “sexual” to refer to non-asexuals.
Further Reading: Why I Use Allosexual Between asexual and allosexual are many other descriptors.
filthy communications, impurity, inordinate affection, fornication. They included all sexual relations outside marriage—petting, sex perversion, and preoccupation with sex in one’s thoughts and talking." Though celestial marriage is the only form of marriage recognized as a sacrament, the church permits sex within government-recognized marital unions, the notable exceptions being same-sex marriage, common law marriage, civil unions (in jurisdictions where marriage is available), and polygamy.
Sexual morality has varied greatly over time and between cultures.
A society's sexual norms—standards of sexual conduct—can be linked to religious beliefs, or social and environmental conditions, or all of these.
The church is sensitive about its historical relationship with polygamy, and entry into a polygamous marriage, even where legal, will result in mandatory consideration of church discipline and possible excommunication.
Since 1985 the church has provided a manual for parents to use in discussing sexuality with their children.