Love for opposite sex %u2013 is it a gift of god or a biological demand to increase the family...
First people need to figure out what Love truly is then all the other things are gonna make sense or fall into place if loving the opposite sex really works for you. Most people don't even love the opposite sex, but nevertheless claim to and marry them, only to have kids for whatever other strange reason and make everyone life miserable, and the cycle goes on and on.......pathetic!
Vonda G. Nelson
I believe it is a combination of both. It is absolutely a biological demand that is innate, to continue our species. And this innate demand of our biology is a gift from God!
by Dawn Michael 3 years ago
Is chatting to the opposite on the computer cheating or just being friendly/ where does the line get crossed?
by Michelle Liew 6 years ago
What is the worst habit that turns you off in a member of the opposite sex?
by Mrs.Nita 2 years ago
Ok, so I'm not the type to put my business on the internet, but I have a problem and I just need feed back. I don't care just lay it on me. One,since we've been married, my husband has only wore his ring for a very short time. Now he never wears it. Two, he always seems to...
by Breatheeasy3 5 years ago
What Do You Like Most About The Opposite SexSome people have instant chemistry, while others may grow on you with their unique character. Some are just downright "Leave me alone". What's an instant hit for you when it comes to the opposite sex?
by seriousnuts 23 months ago
Do you get jealous when your partner gets too close to a friend of the opposite sex?How do you deal with it?
by Rodrigo Sebidos 2 years ago
Are parents of same sex marriages capable of giving normal psycho social dev't of their child?What is your opinion?The home is the first institution of learning. Children of heterosexual couples learn behavioral nuances of opposite sex from their mom and dad, in either case a male or a female...
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