Sex: Not Just Something To Do
Sex is not a game. It is not something you do for “fun” or just because you can. It is not meant to be shared among various partners or to be viewed upon by strangers. It is not a trend you follow to be cool in school. Sex is not a tool for use to control people. It is not a simple act. It is not filthy nor should be thought as such.
Sex is a beautiful thing between a man and a woman. It is a sacred bonding of two hearts, and two souls. The man and woman become one whole spirit, living through one another.
People take what sex REALLY is for granite. Not many people share my beliefs, but I believe sex is so sacred, it should only happen in marriage as it is not just about the fleshly pleasure, but the spiritual bonding of two hearts.
The media has falsely imbedded images in our minds. Images that make us believe it is right to be sexually active at a young age, with multiple partners and with out any reason. It has taught us that “everyone is doing it” and it should not be viewed as anything other then physical satisfaction or procreation. The people who believe this lie, wear horse blinders. When you have sex before marriage, it not only puts stress on your relationship but damages the heart. It becomes more apparent when you have sex with several people. Why do you think most men and women feel “love” or that they are “in love” after sex? It is your heart, and your spirit bonding with another person. You think you are in love, while in fact, you are in love with the idea of love. Marriage has become more about money and greed and less about love, but its true value sticks. It is a vow to spend the rest of you life taking care of, loving and being by another person’s side, no matter what. Hollywood has given young men and women the idea that sex before marriage is normal and if you get married and it don’t work out, no biggie! Just get a divorce.
I am standing up for my beliefs. I take love, sex and marriage very seriously, as does God. Not many people want to hear it, but 80% of marriages fail because the couple had sex prior to marriage with one or many people. It is hard to satisfy a heart that knows lust. It is hard to satisfy a heart that knows only greed and want. Women become resentful of their bodies, and men turn to porn or even cheating, which ends in heart break and often, divorce.
I won’t push my beliefs on people, because that is not right as I wouldn’t want it done to me. But take in to consideration how love, sex and marriage is designed to work and what the world has made it. There’s hardly ever a happily ever after anymore.