Me, I want it. Sex.
Well just as much as I want to love and be loved.
Prude I am not. Neither am I too spiritual, biblical or religious to deny my physical need. Yes, sex is a need and I will most certainly not agree with any arguments otherwise. It is also a desire – in which case or on which occasion it might be better to say, it can be postponed.
This I know for sure – a sexless marriage is a dead marriage. Again I am not willing to debate this as I have lived it, observed others who have – both informally and clinically.
Sex is not a sin.
My attempt here is to be clear not controversial. Being real is my way of operating and at no point in time will I ever be hypocritical to woo an audience or in this case readership.
Sex is not a sin. It can be a mistake:
- With the wrong person
- When participated in at an inopportune time
- Engaged in exchange for financial or other material benefit
Sex outside of marriage – here I go – is not a crime: moral or otherwise.
Sex without deep emotional attachment can be fun but can be painful for one or both parties.
Children, teenagers and even emotionally unstable people ought not to engage in sexual acts until they are of age, mentally prepared for the inevitable responsibilities and/or emotionally capable of handling the act not going past what it is – an act.
Love and sex combined form a most splendorous expression. Yet, speaking for myself and all those who are too shy to, you can deeply love someone (husband, wife, lifelong partner) but sex between you has lost its zest.
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Have a great night!