Sacraments were intended as ways to 'lift up' the ordinary, making every day practices and rituals Sacred. For instance, Baptism was a way of making the daily ritual of bathing and the cleansing of the body something that would also show a person's entrance into a new, sacred state of being. Eucharist was a way of making a meal something sacred and special, transforming bread into a 'spiritual' meal. Matrimony was originally a way of making sacred one of our favorite things: fucking! ("And the two will become one flesh.")
But then it became all about property, financial stability, children and was finally reserved only for heterosexual couples. Enough of that!
Let's reclaim fucking as something beyond just the physical: great gay sex can be something sacred as well. And in reclaiming matrimony as a sacred state for two men (thanks to the Obergefell decision, 2015), let's recognize that at any time, anywhere, men can pledge their bodies to each other and engage in something that is really sacred, playful, joyful, comforting and affirming.
In this video we see all of that. There's no rabbi or priest present, no witnesses, only the complete offering of one body to another, with the addition of ritual and word that makes this Erotic scene truly Sacred.
Video concept by Coach Nic: https://www.mindfulpleasurepractice.com