In most cultures and societies, sex was not allowed before marriage, and one reason was chances of pregnancy and responsibility of child - without shelter of father family. Now as many options are available to avoid undesired pregnancy, and changed social and cultural standards, sexual pleasure before marriage is becoming popular.
Most Helpful Guy
No, it's not. That's nonsense.
If one wants to have sex, if one wants to enjoy sex then they can do it before marriage as well. If they are adults legally they cannot be stopped.
However having sex before marriage will have its implications, consequences so one has to be prepared for that well. For eg if a woman gets pregnant before marriage after having sex, then she will have to face the consequences of that.
However as you said, nowadays there are many methods available to avoid pregnancy so it's fine.
Marriage is not a license or a permission to engage in sex or sexual activities.0
Most Helpful Girl
I consider marriage as a commitment made to produce and raise children. With all the knowledge and options available about contraception we can enjoy sex without the need of a marriage contract. Previously marriage has been used as an agreement to sex and the responsibility for any resulting children.0