Implicit in our hearts at that moment is the statement: God means for all of them to be contained within marriage. Claiming to be wise, they became fools, and exchanged the glory of the immortal God for images resembling mortal man and birds and animals and creeping things. In fact, we could say that sex is like solder that is used to fuse two pieces of metal together. The Christian perspective is that the purpose of sex is relational, with pleasure as the by-product. Everyone knows that intimate touching is the prelude and preparation for sexual intercourse, and therefore it belongs where that event belongs, namely, in marriage. What Chesterton, always the provocateur for truth, is trying to have us understand is that human sexuality comes to us from God, and even when it is sadly perverted in vulgar joke, the teller is unwittingly referring to something that is, at its root, remarkably sacred and godly. We've perverted sex and misused it. Those who indulge in sexual sin, who are idol worshipers, adulterers, male prostitutes, homosexuals, thieves, greedy people, drunkards, abusers, and swindlers -- none of these will have a share in the Kingdom of God. PG movies, Time magazine, the newspaper, television, drugstore magazine racks, rock music lyrics. Chesterton hinted at this in an odd way when he said, "When once you have got hold of a vulgar joke, you may be certain that you have got hold of a subtle and spiritual idea. You may touch me because you have promised never to leave me nor forsake me. He could have made man and woman having the same relationship as the Bible defines, with man leading, protecting and providing for his wife as Christ does the Church, without giving him the capability of having sex. But this is a false understanding. A single person or married person masturbating by themselves. Is marriage the coveted arena where each and every sexual fantasy comes to life? Nobody dispenses his bodily affections indiscriminately.