Here's something to mull over during the weekend:
“A lot of people look for the correct person, but they don’t worry about becoming the correct person.”
The website is Thelstalk.com, and the author enumerates the many ways that premarital sex has become the boon of modern society:
Now I understand that many might say that “nobody waits for marriage anymore”. But this is the exact same reason why we have so many problems when it comes to the topic of sex:
The exact same reason why people suffer from so much “emotional baggage”. The exact same reason why HIV is a top threat to modern society. The same reason why so many people die from AIDS. The top reason of so many abortions. The seed reason for why more than 50% of all marriages end in divorce because of infidelity .
Hmmm…. I personally do not agree that sex before marriage is to blame for everything that's wrong in our society. But there is a certain level of truth to the fact that we should be a little choosy when it comes to the people that we commit to: **whether it's for marriage or a long-term relationship. **
And hey, if you have no way of knowing whether a guy's good in bed or not - why the heck would you risk tying yourself to that person permanently, right? Any thoughts on the subject?