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 +Sexual morality varies greatly over time and between cultures. A society's [[sexual norm]]s — standards of sexual conduct — can be linked to [[religion|religious]] beliefs, or social and environmental conditions.
 +Sexuality and reproduction are fundamental elements in human interaction and society worldwide. Accordingly, most religions have seen a need to address the question of a "proper" role for sexuality in human interactions.
 +Different religions have different codes of sexual morality, which regulate [[sexual activity]] or assign normative values to certain sexually charged actions or thoughts.
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Sexual morality varies greatly over time and between cultures. A society's sexual norms — standards of sexual conduct — can be linked to religious beliefs, or social and environmental conditions. Sexuality and reproduction are fundamental elements in human interaction and society worldwide. Accordingly, most religions have seen a need to address the question of a "proper" role for sexuality in human interactions. Different religions have different codes of sexual morality, which regulate sexual activity or assign normative values to certain sexually charged actions or thoughts.



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