Marriage

In the 15th Century

There are four conditions of marriage in the fifteenth century.

Four Conditions

Condition one: Partners must be equal and free rank and must give their consent.
Condition two: Women must be given by her father and dowered.
Condition three: Marriage must be honored by publicity.
Condition four: The Union is completed by sexual consummation.

When is sexual consummation forbidden?

Sexual consummation is forbidden when...

  • When a woman is menstruating, pregnant, or nursing.
  • If you're in church.
  • On feast days or fast days. (religion)
  • Unless you are trying to produce a baby.

RULES of sexual consummation!

PAY CLOSE ATTENTION, YOUNG ONES.

No fondling!
No lewd kissing!
No strange positions!
Only ONCE!
TRY NOT TO ENJOY IT!
and WASH AFTERWARDS!!!!!!

Age?

The age to get married is ten for females and they usually marry a male in their mid-twenties.

Double standards

If an unmarried woman has sex, she will be punished. If an unmarried man has sex, he receives no punishment.