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I am curious.  I have been reading about the Jonas brothers and their purity rings.  How many of you would want a boyfriend who would not have sex before marriage?  I would have wanted this at age 25, but am not sure it would be such a good thing at age 50.

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      Tuliplady wrote Jun 11, 2009
    • I’m not buying the car if I can’t take it for a test drive first—if you get my drift.




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      Jenni0811 wrote Jun 11, 2009
    • Big element in life to go untested....

      just sayin estatic




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      Susan Dahringer wrote Jun 11, 2009
    • Oh heck no,I wouldn’t want someone who’s still a virgin..




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      Frannie1964 wrote Jun 11, 2009
    • I have to say No, I would want to know what I’m getting In bed with ohhhh Just saying




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      Cynthia Schmidt wrote Jun 11, 2009
    • I think I would prefer he had a little practice first.




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      Renee Robinson wrote Jun 11, 2009
    • I don’t know if it’s so much someone with the practice I would want as much as someone whose confidence about their sexuality was evident.  At 25 it’s probably great but I don’t know if at 50 it would be so good.  I think we were designed as individuals to grow into our sexuality with someone we love dearly and not to have had hundreds of sexual partners to have a test run.

      I wouldn’t have a problem with it overall for my daughter or son.  I think it is refreshing and forces younger people to think about their decision of having sex so early.




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      Baligirl wrote Jun 11, 2009
    • I think that the question should be not purity before marriage, but how to best integrate one’s sexuality in a healthy way, married or not.  Our children still get the message that it’s OK to have random “hookups“, guys still get points for “scoring,” and a girl/woman is still considered a slut if she “sleeps around,” i.e., has more than a couple of lovers in her life.  This is an offshoot of our country’s Puritan heritage and a complete denial of the fact that our physical bodies are hardwired to enjoy our sexuality, By teaching our kids responsibility for their actions, we give them the tools to be fully complete (yes, including their sexuality) human beings




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      45nfabulous wrote Jun 16, 2009
    • I think it would be wonderful if both parties are virgins.  You can’t miss what you’ve never had. But if she has experience, and are not compatible I smell trouble.




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      Rainj wrote Jun 16, 2009
    • God create sex for the marriage bed.  That way a couple can discover the joys of sex and love together without all the baggage from other relationships that are now in the marriage bed too.   I have at least 4 female friends that have said they wished that they had waited until marriage.  Some have kids other just don’t think it was worth all the heartache.  Once you give yourself to that man he is in you heart forever even if you don’t realize it.  Even the one nightstand guy has deposited something of his spirit in you.  On some level your new mate will be compared to that old boyfriend from 3 weeks or 3 years ago.  Then slowly you become disatisfied with him and find a reason to breakup.  I’m sure this is not true for everyone.  Just think about it.  

      I am saving myself for that one special man that God has chosen.  If he did not wait for me then we will deal with it.  We are not perfect we make mistakes.  Our society is all about doin whatever or whomever you like just because you can.  STDs are out of control. Sex has become a commidty. Women are selling their virginity to the highest  bidder. sad Kids are having oral sex at 8. If we want to protect our youth we have to do something different.  We need to teach them that you start out in a loving relationship and that sex is an expression of that love in the confinds of marriage.  Not a game or just something to do. Education and communication is key. Tell them not to be ashamed of maintaining purity.  That has to begin at home.
      I pray I’m not 100 when Mr. Right comes along. LOL
      I might not be able to get my leg over my head.LOL

      I believe God has a plan for me.  Part of his plan is me waiting unitl marriage to have sex. I relaize that we all come from diffrent religious backgrounds so some of you may not understand. What is right for me, may not be right for you. I know that I am not alone. There are a few others in my age group.




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