Celibacy refers to the state of remaining unmarried; often used today to refer to abstaining from sex. Moreover, Celibacy refers to the practice of remaining celibate. Sometimes used to refer to abstaining from sexual intercourse, the correct term for which is chastity. A celibate is a person who remains unmarried, usually for religious reasons.

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