He condemns such unnatural sexual acts as 'execrable' utterly detestable, abominable, abhorrent. Some ethicists have tried to undermine or contradict the definitive teaching of the Church that contraception is always immoral by combining an act that is open to life with other sexual acts that are not open to life. The idea that only the male climax is relevant to procreation is both false and irrelevant. This applies regardless of whether the acts concern sexuality or some other area of morality. Since he has been doing that, she has experienced some healing, and her enjoyment of the marital embrace has improved considerably. Their idea is that one stimulates the genitals of one's spouse, and then follows that act by an act of natural intercourse. Among Catholics, the nuptial act is considered to be the conjoining of a man and a woman through sexual intercourse, considered an act of love between two married persons, and is considered in this way, a gift from God. There is an unnatural and disproportional disparity of power between a couple during anal sex. There is a tyranny of relativism that comes with this, for there can be no commandments that are shared by more than one person with a phenomenological outlook. Jane Smith… I think you are so wrong in defending some of the issues raised about Mr. A marital cross was just not on his radar. Producing a sexual climax in the husband or wife, by any means other than acts of natural marital intercourse open to life, is immoral. Let's examine some of these heretical claims. The morality of the latter act does not change the morality of the former act. All unnatural sexual acts are intrinsically evil.