How can anyone possibly do anything which isn't hedonistic?
They must derive some pleasure from their chastity.
They derive some pleasure from chastity, but it was social or religious norms that most likely caused him/her to make that choice, if the norms weren't in place, they might just derive more pleasure from getting laid.
A more extreme example of religion effecting someone's hedonism would be a homosexual killing him/herself for being an abomination. They obviously derived much pain from their religious beliefs.
Also it's possible he felt some pleasure in his supplicant approaching of divinity.
Sure there might have been some pleasure he experienced surrounding his suicide, but it would probably be out weighed by the pain he felt, which caused his suicide in the first place. And this would be thanks to religion, which can prevent people from realizing their hedonistic potential.
I think it depends somewhat on your judgment on long and short term issues. Maybe your angry and want to create conflict, maybe your a dick and do things not to please you but to release pent up feelings. It doesn't necessarily have to make you happy long or short term, it might just be a constant state of "abnormal" hedonism. maybe you have low self confidence and do things to make others feel happy while making you feel miserable.
I don't know I'm just hung up on how the long/short term hedonism influences actions and if a misjudgment on the relative merit in both those scenarios can create an anti hedonism case.
My cold, snide, intellectual life is just a veneer, behind which lies the plywood of loneliness.