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In Tinder profiles seen by The New York Post, the couple call themselves 'Hasidic' at the top of their profiles, but reveal a much kinkier side in their photos and bio.
Photos include one of a shirtless James, his head cut out of the photo, and of Monica in a wig and bra, with her eyes obscured by a black bar.'Looking for multicultural experience.
Except for the far left minority, most orthodox sects go even further with their adherence to the ancient laws by completely prohibiting any physical contact.
Couples may not sleep in the same bed, or even hand objects to each other directly (even a baby), all to prevent the increase of temptation to have sexual contact.
Adultery is defined by the marital status of the woman).
Here is an excerpt from a website detailing very specific examination instructions (If during the seven days any of the examination cloths contain even a tiny spot darker than tan, or a spot on her underwear bigger than a penny and darker than tan, she must take the underwear or cloth to a special rabbi for further evaluation.1) They are told that these special rabbis are like male OBGYNs; that there is nothing sexual about them examining the discharge, and that if someone still thinks it is inappropriate, it’s because THEY have a dirty mind and do not understand the holiness that motivates these rabbis.2) Engaged couples are told that if husbands sleep with their wives too much, they will grow tired of them the way a person’s love of chocolate cake would dwindle if eaten for every meal.Considering orthodox law states that a period’s duration is a minimum of five days, this typically spans about two weeks or longer, depending on whether her post-menstrual discharge cooperates.In short, this means that for about half of every month, all aspects of an orthodox woman’s life, relationship, sexuality, and emotional health, are dictated by her vaginal discharge.