A Modern Orthodox Jewish couple, preparing for a religious wedding, meets their rabbi for counseling.
The rabbi asks the couple if they have any last questions before they leave. The man asks, "Rabbi, we realize it's tradition for men to dance with men and women to dance with women at the reception, but we'd like to ask you permission to dance together."
"Absolutely not," warns the rabbi, "It's immodest. Men and women in this ceremony always dance separately."
"So after the ceremony I can't even dance with my own wife?"
"No," says the Rabbi, "It's absolutely forbidden."
"Well, okay," says the man, "but what about sex? Can we finally have sex?"
"Of course," says the rabbi, sex is a good thing within marriage in order to have children."
"What about different positions?" asks the man.
"No problem," say the rabbi, "it's a good thing."
"Sure," says the rabbi, "no problem at all."
"On the kitchen table?"
"Can we do it on rubber sheets with a bottle of hot oil and a porno film?"
"Enjoy," smiles the rabbi.
"Can we do it standing up?"
"Absolutely not," admonishes the alarmed rabbi.
"Could lead to dancing."