One of the often forgotten requirements within the Bible is care for the environment. I understand that Francypants has made it more a mission with his papacy to encourage that, but we shan't forget that it has been there from the beginning. I recall being in America on some Friday night and encountering the raucous zeal with which one town celebrated the sports team of their secondary school. Although certain athletic events were a part of my youth--in which I did not willingly participate, as I stated many times before--I was then and now unable to grasp what seemed as fealty for a ball. The amount of vehicles driven to this, the lighting and pyrotechnics done for the game, and so on seemed to be more of how one would worship false idols in how wasteful it is.
However, minding the charge in Numbers that "none shall pollute your home" and the castigation of Onan, Ms. Rider and her friend find a recreational fun that leads neither to waste nor excess. Two people may enjoy each other's company and may have fluid loss through sweat, but that is an accepted, expected part of divine plan. It is in the final act when a home might be polluted that Ms. Rider and her friend chose the holy path. Rather than spilling on their floor, they finish in the properly designated manner. Neither is it wasteful or unseemly.
 My translation from BHS Num 36:33 וְלֹא־תַחֲנִ֣יפוּ אֶת־הָאָ֗רֶץ
 Cf. Gen 38