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- noun idiomatic
- noun loose translation of the title of
Aristophanes' play Ecclesiazousae, more literally translated as Assemblywomen.
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- noun the act of sexual procreation between a man and a woman; the man's penis is inserted into the woman's vagina and excited until orgasm and ejaculation occur
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"Whereas neither this judicial body, nor the bodies of any of its nine members, has ever been touched in an intimate manner, it is wholly appropriate for us to become men and women via acts of sexual congress, and this on a deadline described by the completion of the year 2002," wrote Justice Anthony Kennedy, voicing the majority opinion.
Verily, women are exceedingly fond of sexual congress.
When you come home after a hard day at the office is it harder to have sex in the evening, or spend 2 hour pureeing food, feeding it to your husband, washing, wiping, trying to talk / communicate with him as well as taking care of housework less onerous than 20-40 minutes of sexual congress, which likely isn't what one would describe as unpleasant (or at least far less unpleasant than that described above).
Anything that facilitates the end goal of producing more tithing Catholics should not only be acceptable but favourable and highly recommended behaviour for anyone who considers procreation the sole purpose of sexual congress.