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Others have run the gamut from a few worries to strict celibacy.
Kao said aspects of the shooting is reminiscent of “incel” culture and the men who blame women for their involuntary celibacy.
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He was rather gratified than otherwise to hear that Mr. Puffin had begun to waver in his ideas about celibacy.
Those religious systems which impose celibacy on the priesthood are not without reason for it.
His only remedy is to abolish the poor-rates, and starve the poor into celibacy.
Soon adultery becomes the most respectable form of marriage, and widowhood and celibacy are commonly practised.
They were setting at defiance the laws of celibacy; they not only sought wives, but they lived in concubinage.
Nameless and numberless may be the occasion of an involuntary, and therefore justifiable celibacy.
Celibacy was accounted as a supernal virtue, and the marriage of a priest was deemed a lasting disgrace.
We define celibacy as the permanent and systematic suppression of love.

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