When I lived in New York, I taught English and Judaism to a class of elderly immigrants from the Soviet Union. Back then it wasn’t even the “former” Soviet Union.
As we approached Yom Kippur, I wondered how to explain the basics of the holiday in simple English. The prohibition on intimate relations gave me the most trouble. Finally, I decided to say “A husband and wife do not sleep together.” Immediately an old man shouts out from the back, “But with the other people it is okay. . .”