In your perspective is it wrong or right
I personally only want to have sex with the one person I marry, but I don’t necessarily have to wait for marriage.
That means when the feeling comes you will give in...
You won my heart azure
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After sex, if there's still love, than its a good thing.
Hey who ever downvoted me, get over it that I don't agree with your puritanical view on religion. At least have the balls to say something.
Can u come clear
As a rule large amounts of sex partners prior to marriage has been linked to shittier marriages.
I side with you
Youth in this era hate to get married
I don't think that true at all. There used to be a much lower divorce rate but that is because the world viewed divorce as a huge capital offense. Couples were basically forced to stay in loveless marriages because that's what they were supposed to do. Women that were physically abused were told to stay in the marriage and submit to their man because the bible said so and said divorce was bad.Just because divorce rates are much higher now days doesn't mean the marriages are worse, it just means people now have an option to try something else.
Right, but that's all just a deflection from the fact that people with more sexual partners prior to marriage were more likely to cheat, and were more likely to divorce.
Show me scientific evidence because that is heresay. People have always cheated and more likely to divorce just means if anything that they understand that there is more out there and they don't have to live in shit.
ifstudies.org/.../If being faithful to your spouse is, "being stuck in shit" then I question your integrity.
That article show a huge correlation to church goers and them not getting divorced which only reaffirms what I said.I never condoned cheating I merely said there have always been cheaters. But I absolutely do advocate that if either the male or female is in a loveless marriage to divorce. There is no point in being stuck in a marriage you don't want to be in other than the threat of eternal damnation. And that's what this all actually amounts to. People are buying less and less into staying in bad marriages because the bible says once your in it that's it. And yes obviously this is going to mimic the numbers of pre marital sex partners because we are very slowly moving out of a puritanical society.
But you have no sources of your own for any of this...
Your right I'm using your source because it already has all the pertinent information.
My source doesn't have everything that you wrote in it... which means that you must have another source, right?
Go ahead and look at figure number 2 and it shows the correlation between church going women and their numbers of sexual partners. As the sex partner amount goes up the church attendance goes down. From this information we can extrapolate that the cause of divorce is a lack of faith and not the amount of partners. We can determine this by again going back to what I said before when people don't believe they are going to go to hell for it they are more likely to end a failing marriage. And if you really need me to provide a scientific study into if people are going to live by outdated puritanical rules when they no longer believe in the system we've got a whole different set of problems.
So when do you prove that the marriage is loveless? Or is that not going to happen?
When people get divorced. Obviously they are getting divorced for some reason and chances are pretty high it's because one party no longer loves the other. There is no scientific evidence, there is no love meter it's just a fact of life and the fact that you want empirical evidence of that is ridiculous. This tells me you've never been in a relationship because the over whelming majority of people will tell you they've been in relationships where they at one point loved their partner but no longer do now. Sometimes they make it to marriage, sometimes they don't. Sometimes they have had sex and other times they have not. Love is not quantifiable.
This tells me you haven't taken a second to mouse over my profile. Perhaps it has to do with the fact that divorce being more easily available makes people more likely to toss a relationship rather than try and mend it.
No I haven't looked at your profile and I'm not going to. And sure, some people probably do throw in the hat when they could have stuck it out but that has nothing to do with the amount of their previous sex partners. I'm just beating a dead horse but I guess that's what it take sometimes, it has to do with the fact that they no longer fear for their immortal soul.
Well, I disagree.
What makes it feel good
it's sex, it feels good by definition
How many times have u had it...
What makes it good
For me personally feels a bit old fashioned to not do it. If I'm into a girl and it feels good why wait for marriage.