When me and my ex-girlfriend first started dating we were having sex. When we started taking our faith seriously and decided to stop till marriage, our relationship became exponentially more enjoyable and intimate. It seems as if most people nowadays believes this to be an archaic way of thinking. Some people would even breakup or cheat because of this despite the connection or chemistry between them. Opinions? I'll be happy to hear them.
Most Helpful Girl
I am supporting sex before marriage given that the marriage age is 27-28 or even higher with higher education level. Not having sex until a very late age creates tension and fear for the person, and I have heard from my psychiatrist MD friend that there are many patients who actually have problems losing their virginity because they're kind of old like 29-30 year old, and they cannot get to the point even though they're married for more than 1-2 years. That must be sad to share a bed, a house, common feelings, but not able to have intimate bonding.
I think sex is the most beautiful thing one can have when practiced safe and carefully with loved ones. Even there is a break-up, you mutually learn a lot about yourself and how to pleasure other partners, and it is a necessity in a long-lasting marriage free of cheating I believe. Since sex is a beatiful thing and create crazy satisfaction (imo), i think nobody should miss the train to wait until a late age.
Well some people get married earlier for this reason to be able to practice sex within a marriage as their religion or morality suggest. However, there are many people getting married without thinking what they want from life and their partners. Some are trapped into loveless marriages. Some are cheated on. Some get divorces. I believe people should first get to know themselves in a variety of different settings rather than taking a responsibility to manage a house, live with and share the bills with someone, and have and look after kids.0
Most Helpful Guy
Maybe some value in it if you are both virgins and planning to marry in your 20s. Otherwise, I think it's a mistake.0