Church pastor issues sex tips to wives including pelvic moves for strong orgasms

Wives must be great at sex so they can boast of “a great marriage”, a leading church pastor has been filmed saying.

The founder of one of Australia’s largest evangelical churches, Bobbie Houston, has sparked backlash after a recording of her views on intimacy from 2003 re-emerged.

Particular outrage erupted over her comments on feeling like a "retard" when she is carrying extra weight which stops women from being able to "surprise" their husband, news.comau reports.

Ms Houston founded the Sydney-based Hillsong mega church, with her husband Brian in 1983, and has since become one of the most powerful figures in the Pentecostal church movement.

Ms Houston released a CD of her thoughts in 2003, originally called "Kingdom Women Love Sex" before being toned down to "Kingdom Women Love and Value their Sexuality".

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In the disc, which can no longer be purchased, great sex is hailed as Godly.

Ms Houston said: “We need to be good at sex ourselves so that if the world happens to come knocking we can tell the story of God in our lives. We can say, ‘I have a great marriage and a great sex life’ … wink, wink, nudge, nudge.

“Without being lurid or untruthful; I have a great marriage and a great sex life.

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“Girls, pelvic floor exercise – can you believe I am saying this? I have heard that orgasm is not as strong if you are really sloppy in that area.”

Ms Houston’s also touched on the subject of plastic surgery which she said was fine for women who are believers “if it’s for the right reasons.”

That extends to good dentistry too, she added: “When it comes to personal hygiene and maintenance works, for example, get your teeth fixed, a mouth is supposed to be very desirable.”

Her harsh comments on weight gain, using an offensive slur for a disability, have received the most criticism in a recent wave of disgust at the audio.

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She said: “If I carry weight I feel like a retard, how are you going to do anything to surprise your man when you need a hydraulic crane just to turn over in bed?”

Greens Senator Sarah Hanson Young highlighted the Daily Telegraph's coverage of the story on Wednesday.

One Twitter user replied to her Tweet: "Where does it sat on the Bible, women have to lose weight to appease their husbands??JUST WHERE!!"

Another wrote: "These #hillsong people are sick! Attend a real church that dwells in sanctity & promotes morality.

"Since when is the use of the word ‘retard’ acceptable in any setting, let alone being used by someone purporting to be Christian? #hillsong showing their true colours. Only sheep are fooled."

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