Should everyone fuck around before marriage?

Many girls and guys think that they should have fun and then marry? What do u think?
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  • I'm a big believer in exploring your sexuality and enjoying life until you are ready to get married. The idea of putting your life on hold until you get married makes no sense to me.

    It's like refusing to eat tasty food until you find the tastiest food. But how would you even know what's the tastiest unless you tried tasty foods and knew what you liked? It's like refusing to go outside all your life because you want to save yourself for the perfect day.

    I'm not saying to be a glutton. I don't advocate having sex with one stranger after another. But I think pursuing relationships and giving your all to them to see if they will last is the way to eventually find you're life partner.

    Experience infatuation and unbridled sex. As you gain experience, you'll gain valuable knowledge about yourself and others. You'll learn about sex, you'll have amazing fun, possibly experience ecstasy, and you'll build memories for a lifetime. Experiencing ecstasy is worth it, even if its with a person who doesn't wind up being your life partner. Believe me.

  • Not really. I mean for me I got together with the woman I was gonna marry fairly young so my only sexual experiences before her were bad, drunken, regrettable ones.
    Then when I had sober sex with my future wife it was AMAZING!!
    We did everything together and it really made me thankful for her.
    I think if I had a bunch of exciting experiences before her I may have not valued her as much as I did to be honest. I would've been less likely to work through the hard times if I was remembering how good it was to fuck so and so.

Most Helpful Girls

  • Personally I had fun when I was younger. I travelled I made and lost friends. I also went out and dated different guys.
    But slept with only a handful of those guys simply because I was in a on/off relationship for 10 years with someone I thought was going to be my husband.
    Anyways I'm glad I had others while we were off. It showed me there was better.
    Not even sexually, emotionally and mentally.
    Yes he came back but my love for him was why.
    I was madly in love with him and I excused so much bull because I loved him.
    I deserved so much more than that.
    Honestly I don't know if I'll love like that again.
    But I certainly know what I don't want.

    That's a positive thing x

  • I don't think it's the end of the world if you have a sexual partner before you marry but sleeping around is a self destructing behavior and will make commitments more difficult in the future. Of course from a Christian perspective it's a sin but not everyone is Christian yet everyone should know that. I see nothing wrong with staying a virgin until marriage, nor do I think it's necessary to "get experience" before you marry though that's what I've been told all my life...

    • Are you still a virgin?

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  • Why everyone? Why should? Why marriage? What is the point of this question?

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  • As smebody who did 'fuck around' I would say both yes and no. Do it a couple of times, learn what you like, then find the perfect peson who can satisfy both your sexual desires and your brain. Do it too much and you will regret it, trust me on that one...

  • That really depends on each individual person like personally I'm happy that I didn't slut around. Better to make those memories with my husband then with someone else. Like even the little things I did like kissing everyone before him I wish I could take back cause it's almost a disgusting feeling that I did that with others.

    • So, do you want your husband have the same values as you?

    • Yeah I was his first everything and I like it being that way

  • Sluts are not wife material.

  • No. People should wait for marriage.

    • Really? are you waiting?

  • I believe you should have some sexual experience before you get into a full-time relationship.

  • Definitely gotta gain some experience

  • I think that people that have casual sex are incompatible with good people that don't have casual sex. Their relationship is unlikely to last long term (30+ years) with both partners staying exclusive and loyal.

    People that have casual sex should only partner with other people that had casual sex and leave the other people alone, or at least have the decency to be honest up front before getting involved so they can make an informed decision if they don't want to be with that kind of person.

    • What you say is completely good but if we say to the people that we care about this, they will always lie to us by saying ‘’ they are against to casual sex’’ too. How can we know? Maybe they did and they lie to us.

    • The truth eventually comes out. Things like that can't be kept hidden long term. Just by conversation slip ups, inconsistencies in their stories of their past, things their friends talk about with them. If you listen often and pay attention people's past gets revealed eventually.

    • Yeah of course we can but some people are excellent liars.

  • Yes, sex and sexuality is part of being human and a human need. Humans learn through experience. How do you know what you want or need and if your partner can meet that need if you both have no experience

  • Within reason. Dont fuck every person who looks at you for more than 5 seconds but I think its important to have sex before marrying someone. Take it for a test drive before committing.

    • Of course it is risky to have sex with every person but we can have sex before marriage a bit to have an experience.

    • I agree

  • Definitely. Not indiscriminately, but have several years of relationships and then decide to take the one who's at least as good as the best from before you decided to settle down.

  • Depends what you want to do. I am not interested in fucking around and I have never been.

  • You can do it after married too, plenty of people have open marriages, ask Will Smith.

  • I think that everyone should figure out what they like and what they want before settling down.

  • Upto personal choice

  • 💯% ✓ no doubt at all.
    Me n my girlfriend did not married yet, without marriage more fun.
    But both committed each other.

  • No. It is not a good idea.

  • Yes. It is a great way to learn what you like and to know what makes you happy. Sex is a key part of a relationship, and especially marriage. Having lots of sex helps you realize what you like, and what you don’t. So when it is time to settle down and marry you can express what you want sexually.

    Plus the more sex you have, the more experienced you get.

    • have fun in hell then, God doesn't want you to have sex

    • @NatalieKeller95. ROFL. That's about the most sexually repressed, inhibited thing I've ever heard. Have fun in the convent.

  • Why not? Sex is a way to pleasure each other not something dirty

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