For me sex is so personal, I'd have to wait until marriage.
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There's a problem with that, in this day and age.
Women on average, are getting married about 26-27.
Women are physically ready for sex often 16-17. Guys, pretty much the same.
In the old days, like in the Bible, girls could easily wait until marriage, because they'd get married about 16 years old. These days--what person that doesn't have intimacy issues will want to wait 10 years to have sex after they're physically ready? Our culture is at odds with that sort of morality.
Also, when someone waits that long--if you're 25-29, you've waited about 9 years since you were physically ready for sex--it becomes part of your life. Being a virgin is part of your identity. Not only would it probably be extremely hard for a 25-29 virgin woman to be alright with sex, but logically, she'd probably expect it to be awesome. She's waited for years, hasn't she? Expectations build over time.
And would she be okay with frequent sex once she was married? Habits are hard to break. I had a really bad dating experience with this one girl, and I haven't dated since, two years. Now the thought of asking a girl out is about as exciting as having a cavity filled. Ugh!
Final problem is--as you get older, the guys who are still single and will be okay with waiting will probably fall into a few categories.
1. Losers who pretty much never had sex, so they're fine waiting.
2. Very religious guys who probably are already married so they can have gospel approved sex.
3. And pretty much no one else.2