Forced celibacy

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Forced celibacy is a type of involuntary celibacy that is entirely the result of explicit, external forces preventing sexual intercourse, rather than an individual mindset or someone's individual health.

"TFL", is an example of an online movement against forced celibacy.

Examples[edit]

Examples of forced celibacy include

  • Forced solitary confinement
  • Prisons in general[1][2][3]
  • Gender-separated work camps
  • Laws in religious countries which forbid pre-marital sex
  • Religious factions that mandate that homosexuals should remain celibate as opposed to engaging in sexual activity with other homosexuals[4][5][6]
  • On-duty police intervening on an incel trying to escortmax
  • Hospital (particularly mental hospitals and nursing homes) interventions against patients having sex or masturbating
  • Punitive castrations and/or other forms of unwanted genital mutilation
  • Cock (or pussy) cages with a key only held by a BDSM master

References

  1. Dirk van Zyl Smit, Sonja Snacken (2009). Principles of European Prison Law and Policy: Penology and Human Rights. Oxford University Press. p. xliii. ISBN 9780191018824.
  2. Abbott, Elizabeth (2001). A History of Celibacy. Da Capo Press. pp. 303–304. ISBN 0306810417.
  3. Lehmiller, Justin J. (2014). The Psychology of Human Sexuality. Wiley-Blackwell. p. 232.
  4. Abbott, Elizabeth (2001). A History of Celibacy. Da Capo Press. pp. 303–304. ISBN 0306810417.
  5. Hawes, Joseph M. (2002). The Family in America: An Encyclopedia, Volume 2. ABC-CLIO. pp. 131–132. ISBN 9781576072325.
  6. Vines, Matthew (2014). God and the Gay Christian. Convergent Books. ISBN 9781601425171.

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