Why do people consider pre-marital sex bad?

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  1. ubanichijioke profile image73
    ubanichijiokeposted 7 years ago

    Why do people consider pre-marital sex bad?

  2. Sesshoumaru2st profile image57
    Sesshoumaru2stposted 7 years ago

    It's due to some religious views.But if you denounce the religions(people who are radicals) and take up the books they are reading and research it yourself,you will see that their own books are not against it.I live in America,so I'm going to use the bible for this example.Everyone knows about Abraham and his Egyptian servant who he had sex with after his wife pressured him to impregnate her.The story went on with no-one(not even GOD)approaching Abraham about this "SIN".If that wasn't bad enough,we have David and Solomon who had many unmarried women as a part of their choice for sexual activities.The only time David was approached by god is when he had sex with another "man's wife".Hope you caught the difference there.Some will say, Solomon sin because of many women.Well the bible states,he sinned because he worshiped many Gods.To even show this is not a sin,when god send the prophet to David,the prophet said that he already have many sheep(women) why go after a married woman?I don't even have to mention Gideon,from in the book of Judges,along with Samson. This is why I stopped following what people say and read the books for myself.By the way, there is no incentive for men to get married in this time and age.You can present a good argument about taxation benefits,but with the cost of the wife,I think she overrides the tax benefits(just my opinion).

    Conclusion,it's not wrong.If they want to delude themselves into thinking it is,then let them.You just remember what the bible said about all the guys who committed this so called "sin"(they never even got stoned).

    Oh yeah,I believe in jesus.

  3. sushant143 profile image60
    sushant143posted 7 years ago

    You got answer when you find-out " why people consider bad for being lesbian/guy ??"

  4. nightwork4 profile image60
    nightwork4posted 7 years ago

    i don't think as many people do these days unless they are religious. the days of being a virgin until your married have come and gone thankfully. sex isn't just for married people, it's fun and great exercise.

  5. Smart is Good profile image60
    Smart is Goodposted 7 years ago

    It's all seen from a religious point of view, they see it a something taboo and wrong. I do believe that premarital sex is not bad, but you have to measure the consequences and practice it safely. I think it is a very intimate activity that should be done with love. That's why people conceive it as wrong, because people sleep around for pleasure not giving a crap about the other's feelings but their own. That's why I think people should wait, not until marriage if you don't want to, for the right person. That one person that would make the whole experience incredible and then you'll have no regrets, because it was special and felt like a right decision at the time. I'm not religious and I'm not married. I have a boyfriend and we're sexually active, we have a very open mind about sex but we know that's not the main reason why we're together. There are a lot of deeper things that build our love. And it's beautiful to share your intimacy with someone you trust and deeply love. The ones who say it's wrong is because they are yet to experience love and what it can lead to.

  6. profile image0
    dixie28714posted 7 years ago

    Because each time you have sex with someone you are "giving" part of you to them.  The more partners you have, the more of you gets lost along the way.  Don't think its true?  How many "stable" people have great relationships after lots of partners? None I know of...
    Relationships that are not based on sex, work out!!

  7. abrarr profile image59
    abrarrposted 7 years ago

    well i think its bad....actually according to me its somebody's property that God has given it to you to deliver..when you won't deliever it to the rightful person others too won't care of you feelings and your rights. thats what happening now-a-days

  8. duffsmom profile image61
    duffsmomposted 7 years ago

    I don't think it is right.  Disease alone should prevent people from doing it with multiple partners.  All the answers here against it are good...I couldn't say it better.

  9. Nellieanna profile image79
    Nellieannaposted 7 years ago

    Too many DNAs get mixed up in one's body - at least for the women.  Perhaps the 'religious' rule was based on something sensible,  like eating some kinds of unclean foods which really were at the time causes of serious illnesses - some still are.  I have not researched the DNA thing -but there is some common sense to it, perhaps. 

    Even more, though - is the "self" and "heart" one is sharing, not just the bodies.  Taking those out of sex leaves it rather empty of its greatest potential for human happiness.  There are times when those are "in it" without marriage, but just the freedom to just walk away, in a way, gives it less of that.  I personally believe that all loving must be because it's wanted, not imposed.  But if that is so, why not proclaim it as so?

 
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