Though some rabbis in the Talmud were highly restrictive about which sexual activities married couples could engage in, the prevailing view was that a man may do with his wife as he wishes provided he has her consent. Interestingly, female same-sex relations are not forbidden by the Torah. In fact, it could be said that a man who feels such desires but does not act upon them is worthy of more merit in that regard than a man who does not feel such desires at all, just as one who refrains from pork because it is forbidden deserves more merit than one who refrains from pork because he doesn't like the taste. The Talmud makes no bones about this: Seven days after the cloth comes out without any blood stains, the woman can attend the mikvah, be cleansed and then she is able to have sex with her husband. I know, I know, to the shiksa ear this sounds incredibly misogynistic.
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In addition, a husband's consistent refusal to engage in sexual relations is grounds for compelling a man to divorce his wife, even if the couple has already fulfilled the halakhic obligation to procreate.
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Some Rabbis believe that abortion is acceptable if the pregnancy is a result of incest or rape, or if the pregnancy will endanger the woman physically or mentally. Sex between husband and wife is permitted even recommended at times when conception is impossible, such as when the woman is pregnant, after menopause, or when the woman is using a permissible form of contraception. The mikvah was traditionally used to cleanse a person of various forms of ritual impurity. A husband has an obligation to satisfy his wife sexuallythrough whatever means she requests, including oral sex or the use of sex toys. While, some authorities have inferred a prohibition based on sources that are sometimes understood as barring lustful thoughts,other contemporary rabbis see no problem with women masturbating.