it never has been evil................................................................
That all depends on personal convictions. Frankly, even those who adhere to the Christian ideal of not having sex until they're married need to remember that in those times, there were no marriage licenses and special ceremonies. People chose whether to be committed or not, and I see absolutely nothing wrong with sex in a committed relationship where the couple have not yet signed the papers to be married in the eyes of the church and government. That said, sex between two consenting adults outside of a committed relationship is widely regarded as just fine too...though some, like myself, abstain because of the health risks involved in sex with someone you don't know.
no its never evil. i mean whats the difference you do it befor or after marriage. its same biological process and marriage is a social activity and considering premarital sex evil is psycoligcal stupidity. it didnt became heavenly after marriage or sinful before it. so why to disturb your hormones and mental health and ignore your physical need.
lets enjoy life.
No, what is evil is popping out rugrats with no way to support or educate them. Sex is not evil. Not using BIRTH CONTROL AND ABORTION is evil -- stupid.
Yes, if you are a woman living in certain countries - however if you are a man it is not evil at all and is perfectly fine. See, there's logic for you.
by daug chibuye 4 years ago
Why is it forbidden to have sex with your boyfriend or girlfriend??
by vwealth 7 years ago
Is sex a necessity in premarital relationship? If yes or no, please let me know why.
by NewRepublican 9 years ago
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