The level of piety and morals was so high during 19th century in Montenegro, that when a couple is married, a man would take blanket and cover his wife's face and chest, and then have sex in dark. It was considered a sin to enjoy sex, and it was also considered a sin for a wife to see her husband's genitals. Many women would spend their entire life time married, and could never see their husband naked.
It was highly pious and Orthodox land back then.
Thanks for this. I would have never read past the second page of that highly enjoyable thread otherwise.
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Blessed Nazarius practiced the ascetic life. His clothes were tattered. He wore his shoes without removing them for six years.
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