Do you believe that sex should wait until after marriage? Is premarital sex a sin?

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  • First, let's look at the etymology of the word: 'Sin'... 'sin' is originally a Latin word literally meaning 'without'; but, without WHAT? Present day connotations strongly affirm: "without Societal / Religious 'approval' or sanction."

    reproductive potential and behaviors. So... 'sin' is in reality without One's peers-at large, sanctioned approval.
    It begins with at what age and to what degree pre-adolescents can observe... yet alone take part in... tactile pleasurable erotic behaviors. "DON'T touch oneself" ... despite intimate self-massage is innately pleasurable.

    Societal 'theocracy' espouses and promulgates the accompanying intense erotic subconscious arousal is but 'animal' ancillary inducement to the innate 'perpetuation of One's species'. Being without reproductive conception, it is innately 'sin-ful'.

    Decoupling conception from the ancillary immediate intense pleasure response... is 'sin'--ful. And at the very 'core' of 'why' homo-eroticism of EITHER gender is 'deviant' , 'sin'ful and animal-istic.

    In Eastern cultures... voyeuristic 'witness' to compelled involuntary sexual arousal to physical climax... regardless of hetero- or homosexual, is a 'fetish' not unlike an adult version of merciless tickling, and termed: 'Chijo' and 'Chikan'. The 'victim' is brought to an undeniable awareness their belief in THEIR conscious awareness of SELF control of their body's response to tactile stimulation is largely illusory! (regardless of their chronological physiological age)

    Their resulting orgasmic 'climax' is life-changingly progressively addictive.

    Do you believe that sex should wait until after marriage? Is premarital sex a sin?

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  • I think the institution of marriage should be removed at this point... as far as from a legal perspective. If two people want to give themselves the title and jump over a broomstick together... let them do it, but don't make it a legal state/government-recognized thing anymore. I have 2 points to make as an argument for my position.

    1) Child support doesn't need marriage anymore and women can work just as much as a man can at this point.

    2) Cheaters are going to cheat, and with no-fault divorce in place... marriage has no point anymore even in that department.

    With all that said, what is the purpose of legally recognized marriages at this point? What a question right? I could use the help of other users to answer that because I don't understand.

    As far as I can understand it has to do with money... Alimony for instance. The idea that one sacrificed in order that the other was able to benefit financially? Okay... So, until someone corrects me... I'm going to assume that's what it's about. So why only in marriage? Can I dog watch Michael Jorden's dogs while he does things and then take half his shit later? No. Can his side chick take half his shit? No. All the non-retards know where I'm going with this point, and the full-on retards can't read this many words, so my point is made on this front.

    So, wait for sex? What for? You'll still get your child support. The only reason I can see as to why you should wait... is because you want the current financial benefits of marriage.

    Do you believe that sex should wait until after marriage? Is premarital sex a sin?

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  • I think that is the worst idea ever. Before committing to a long term marriage to raise children you need to know that the 2 of you are sexually compatible, with matching/similar libido. Sex is a normal pleasure for us all. Marriage is a commitment to raise children.

  • If you're a Christian then premarital sex is a sin but you can repent. With that being said, I think it's good to see if you're compatible sexually before hand because if you go into a marriage and you aren't, that would probably ruin the marriage.

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  • No and yes, respectively. Marriage is supposed to be a lifetime commitment; only a fool would enter that not knowing if you're sexually compatible.

  • Personally I don't think it matters. I don't believe in the nonsense of sexual compatibility nor sin. Humans are not like other animals. We can adapt.


  • No to the first question—which might preclude the second question, except that I don't believe in sin in the first place, so it's not up to me to define it.

  • from Catholic point of view it is for sure...

    but I would rather focus on your life than one sin... if you married a man and after wedding you two discover you are not compatible than you have three options -

    1. A specialist in sex field to help you - it can work but doesn't have to

    2. Unhappy life with a high chance of cheating (on both sides)

    3. Divorce...

    I don't think premarital sex is so bad...

  • I don't think you should have to wait till your documented as married before you can have sex.
    It's an act between 2 consenting adults that want to share that intimacy and where there is love it's not just sex it is making love!

  • I don't think it should. Sexual compatibility is part of a relationship and you should know if you're sexually compatible or not. Not everyone is.

    I don't believe in sin.

    • I believe two partners need to have sex before marriage to see if they are compatible before getting married.

    • I agree fully.

  • I think most men should remain celibate until after the wedding, if not longer. Women, on the other hand, should have virtually unlimited freedom to engage in casual encounters as often as they like, in my opinion.

    • Ok but who do the women engage in casual encounters with if all the men are celibate or married?

    • @integrale77 It's actually a very fascinating dynamic, in that today's women can essentially have their choice of the men with whom they participate in sexual relationships with, while the vast majority of the male population must be content with their leftover scraps.
      Is This Amazing, Or What? Some Astonishing Stats On Male Sexuality? ↗

  • It is a sin but to wait until marriage is not as important as long as there is love and intention behind it. We are gonna get punished one way or another so might as well live happily until judgment day 😂

  • No & No.

  • I think it's about connection and chemistry check and not a sin. I mean, i would have sex with my partner if i had one before marriage, which could be the ultimate sign of if you are competible or not.

  • I don't, and sin isn't a real thing.

  • Sex should happen whenever the couple feels ready, willing and able to have sex. Whether that's before marriage, after marriage, or not at all, is a personal decision made by the couple. It's unfair for anyone else to judge them.

  • First of all, I don't believe in "SIN" per se. I have a cousin that insisted she and her husband did not have sex before they married?

    Her husband sucked in bed, and she spent the next 10 - 15 years having affairs with several men... That said... her loss of attention to her own body would have made anyone lose interest in having sex with her.

  • Sin isn't real, and no, fuck who you want as long as it's consensual and they're not kids.

  • No. Life and sex predates all religions

  • I don't see it as a sin but I think you should wait and do it only with someone you have the desire to marry.

  • No, I think that you need to know what you are getting. Try before you buy.

  • Some people consider it a sin, but most people I know don't and believe it is an important part of getting to know a person before committing to a long-term relationship. Of course others just do it for fun. Do what is best for you.

  • Nops not at all... how can u marry some1 without knowing how gud they r at sex huhh

  • It should wait until marriage to avoid STDs or broken homes.

    it's not a sin, as sins aren't real, but it is very risky.

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