If sex was only for reproduction, how would things be different?
If sex did not consist of getting aroused and be enjoyable, it was only meant for reproduction, what do you think the world would be like?
It would probably be more uptight and everyone (or everything) is made not for pleasure and self satisfaction but for the sake of survival. It would be a darned monotonous world, that's all I can say...
If sex was only for this purpose, the population would probable decrease because no one would be motivated to have sex. God made sex a pleasurable experience for a reason, it feels good so we want to have more of it and when we have more of it, more children will be conceived.
Ask people in Africa. It is a common thing for them to cut out the woman's sensitive nerve so she doesn't feel enjoyment from sex. I'm sure they can tell you about it.
by freecampingaussie2 years ago
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by Baileybear7 years ago
Some posts in other forums say they believe this - along with using contraception is wrong etc
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