..then why does it feel so fucking good?



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Tue, 01/10/2012 - 7:20am
dubandgrub Says:
 
 
Tue, 01/10/2012 - 7:24am

Sooo.. if one is to love another with all their heart and have sex before marriage,
compared to someone who foolishly got married before they were in love, but had sex...

Whose in the right? Whose in the wrong?

 
 
Wed, 01/11/2012 - 12:32am

Great point into perspective.

I think the main reason why sex is such a great deal of topic to be discussed about between two partners
is because sex can become an addiction.
Whether it be mental or physical, it still can become an addiction.
Some people get carried away with sex.
Some people are courteous with sex.
Some people take advantage of sex,
some people are taken advantage of.

It's just another question to be asked about and taken seriously.
But people see this topic as a joke.

What they have yet to understand..

 
 
Tue, 01/10/2012 - 7:20am

Weed vs the Law = Sex vs the Bible ?
(They say its bad, but its so good)

Honest to goodness thinking, not religion bashing people

 
 
Wed, 01/11/2012 - 10:45pm
Redhatken Says:

Sex is natural. We say 18 is the proper age, but we are fully able to by 13. And marriage can't be done at a young age and expect success. Because people change in their early 20s, and are usually preoccupied with establishing themselves. So let's say you get married at 25 to be reasonable. Waiting 5-12 years after you are able to have sex is a rule that man created. Sex is not dirty and shouldn't be taboo. The way I see it, sex is the best aspect of the physical world.

 
 
Tue, 02/28/2012 - 8:12pm

My stance on sex before marriage is as follows: I believe that sex and love should be separate because as mammals sex is in our instinct, we cant help wanting sex. But i believe when you separate love from sex you make love a conscious decision and not one driven by our primal means, and than it really is love

 
 
Sun, 05/13/2012 - 10:26am
WasteCase Says:

you have to have sex before marriage if you didnt it would be like buying a car without test driving it, have to make sure everything works to your standards;)

 
 
Sat, 09/22/2012 - 5:41am
trage Says:

You need to consider its origin. For a long time there wasn't birth control or any means of having what we consider to be safe sex. Not having sex before marriage was an ideal implemented for a long time having strong ties in the abrahamic religions that viewed premarital sex as a sin, and if one were to still disobey there is a good chance that a child would be conceived, and since the couple in question would not have been married, have shamed their family (family names are extremely valuable in many cultures both today, and more so in the past) and to top the matter off, are not in the best of situations to care for a baby.

Another con of having premarital sex is that especially in this day and age, the average age of people losing their virginity has decreased at a linear rate, meaning there once was a time when people on average would have sex at 24 a few decades back, and now kids are starting to have sex at 14. Do you see something wrong with that picture? I do, because I have a hard time believing that many teens now who end up having sex have fully matured, because the human body continues to develop emotionally, physically, and sexually until you are an adult.

But now for the positive: If you have matured sexually, and are a responsible individual along with your partner enough to have enjoyable sex without any dire repercussions, then by all means do it! Sex is a natural stress reliever, and it has been consistently proven that couples that are more open with each other and have sex on a consistent basis, are far more satisfied and have an easier time communicating and understanding each others needs than couples that don't. But also remember that if you do want a long lasting relationship, the key isn't just sex, but intimacy in sex as well.

So yeah it feels great, but people do have legitimate reasons to still practice abstinence today, and there is nothing wrong with that, although I have to admit I have no idea what my girl and I would have done if birth control had not been invented.