Those of us who follow The New Savior, lead an open sexual life. Unfettered sexual encounters with other members is not only accepted — it is encouraged. The New Savior herself has made love to upwards of one hundred of us at any given time. Her love, and our devotion is something to cherish.
She has taught us that men have used the guise of religion to quell sexual desire; to keep it strictly for men’s pleasure, while women have always been the tools for that pleasure and a woman’s sexual satisfaction and gratification were never given consideration. Women, in many religions, are viewed as nothing more than property; which is the primary purpose of the marriage contract — to subjugate woman to the rule of man. That is why those of us who follow The New Savior , are not beholden to one singular lover; we are all lovers of one another. None of us own each other — not the person nor the heart — we share among us all.
The Catholic Church has constantly viewed women as lesser beings, whose only purpose was to accept the seed of a man to produce an offspring. The New Savior has taught us the beauty of sexual freedom, and sexual expression. We, those in the flock, experience one another as frequently as possible. We never hold back our passions nor our love, thus jealousy never rears its ugly, destructive head.
The Judeo-Christian Bible readily demonstrates the outright and lasting effects of jealousy. If a woman was not merely a concubine, or more accurately a vessel, the split that occurred in the early Judea faith may never have occurred. If they all genuinely loved each other as a family, if all of the women were made to feel equally as loved, by not only the man — but by one another; the split which is still felt to this day, would never have come to pass.
Of course, sexual encounters between women is the ultimate in pleasure. We touch each other, caress each other, and embrace one another with the understanding, concern and love that only women possess.
We have rough sex on occasion, we experiment often, but always — no matter the method, we make love with one another —- extending and increasing our love, and strengthening our bond for one another.