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By Jeff Wilson Jul 20, A post which Tricycle editor James Shaheen recently wrote at the Huffington Post blog has picked up a good bit of attention around the internet. In part this stems from the utterly different cultural and religious assumptions about sexuality that monks raised in traditional Tibetan culture bring to the discussion, vs. For example, polygamy was common and accepted in traditional Tibet, often taking the form of polyandry—marriage by a woman to two or more men, especially brothers within the same family. This form of marriage still persists today in Tibetan cultural areas less directly touched by official Chinese policies.
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The most important aspect of our lives concern how we interact with others. Among other things, this means that the traditions in question often have a lot to say about sexual ethics. What sexual ethics does Buddhism promote? In this area our tradition speaks more quietly than others, which can leave newcomers wondering if it addresses the subject at all. In fact it speaks quite firmly.
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Each week we ask the same questions about each religion in an attempt to better understand how your faith can shape your sex life. This series is based on the official teachings of the religion, not what individuals might choose to do. Can you have sex before marriage?
Jan 8, Buddhism Blog 14 comments Is homosexuality forbidden in Buddhism? Is it sexual misconduct? Gautama Buddha stated in one of the five precepts that lay-people should refrain from sexual misconduct. He never really elaborated on this point, only to say that a man should not fool around with a woman that is married or betrothed. He did of course say in the Vinaya, which are the rules for monks and nuns, that they have to take a vow of celibacy, but no such rule was made for lay-people.