Well my response probably wont surprise anyone.
And Jesus answering said unto them, The children of this world marry, and are given in marriage:
But they which shall be accounted worthy to obtain that world, and the resurrection from the dead, neither marry, nor are given in marriage:
One could easily see why the Catholic priests took the vow of celibacy, thinking they were somehow fulfilling these verses. The NT deals a lot between the carnal nature of man and the divine spiritual nature that is only possible through the ruach ha kodesh (the holy spirit).
But whether one chooses the interpretation of Catholocism or some other form, and I'm trying to be careful how I say this, anything against nature is wrong.
First, imagine with me, for a moment, what is marriage? Is marriage natural? I submit to you that marriage is unnatural and is based on contract law, mainly for the protection of women. Why do I say this? Because in ancient times men could marry multiple women so marriage wasn't about a man being faithful to one woman. He simply had to make sure her food and clothes, her lifestyle, wasn't diminished. In other words, a man couldn't "humble" a woman, by taking her virginity, which in those days made them more valuable to men, and then "put her away" which was the definition of divorce.
This was a patriarchal world in which the man owned the land, his animals, slaves, servants, and women. This is why women were counted as spoils of war because they were also something that could be counted and owned. Because the man owned all these things by birthright (Joseph & Esau), women only got to benefit through marriage. So they competed against other women for position and because the birthright and legacy flowed through the son, women competed to give birth to sons because that is how the man obtained an heir.
Men performed hard labor tasks and fought in battles, either to protect the property they had, or to take more property from others. And so men were valued out of necessity and utility.
but this is due to a world/environment full of physical challenges where men are more dominant. This was not the environment of "heaven" and physical toil was one of the adverse consequences of Adam and Eve's sin. And men used that story to explain this patriarchal system and therefore justify the inequality under which an entire gender was mistreated. This is the world men created. Even though it seemed necessary didn't make it right. It's still wrong to this day but many men persist in this mentality even though many women are more educated and earning more than they are. They are still following an ancient plan rather than nature.