Tantric scriptures say sex is vital for procreation, pleasure, and liberation.
Can anyone in such a society plausibly make an argument that marriage is the great vehicle for procreation?
Other justifications, such as procreation and the raising of children, have been dismissed as bogus.
On this matter of marriage existing for the purpose of procreation, Elena Kagan delivered the question of the day.
The Case Against Kids Elizabeth Kolbert, The New Yorker Is procreation immoral?
The mystery of procreation was indicated by phalli on the Herm.
As an enemy to the procreation of children it is an enemy of the family and the family group.
The fatal error which causes the procreation of children to depend on pecuniary reasons and interests is a social misfortune.
Let this hint serve as to procreation: now let us discuss education.
The social purists tell the world that chastity is obligatory if procreation be not intended.
late 14c., "process of begetting offspring," from Old French procreacion (14c., Modern French prócreation) and directly from Latin procreationem (nominative procreatio) "a begetting, generation," noun of action from past participle stem of procreare "bring forth" (offspring), "beget, generate, produce," from pro- "forth" (see pro-) + creare "create" (see create).
procreate pro·cre·ate (prō'krē-āt')
v. pro·cre·at·ed, pro·cre·at·ing, pro·cre·ates
To beget and conceive offspring; to reproduce.
To produce or create; originate.