In the Buddha's first discourse, he identifies craving (tanha) as the cause of suffering (dukkha). He then identifies three objects of craving: the craving for.
It's Friday afternoon, which means we're asking questions about how people of different faiths have sex. Each week we ask the same questions.
Buddhism challenges us to think about sexual ethics very differently from the way most of us have been taught.
Do I need to stop having sex to live an enlightened life? How can I have rewarding, non-harming relationships? Buddhist studies professor and.
When it comes to sex, Western Buddhists tend to be fairly liberal. But as scholar José Cabezón explains, Buddhist tradition takes a much more.