animetayl wrote:I say, if a man wants to have sex badly enough, make him earn it! If he really wants you, he'll wait for you. I don't believe in that 'non-commitment' act from guys. If a guy wants me, he's going to have to put that ring on my finger before I give myself to him.
Rowde wrote:First of all, I don't believe in a marriage. If I'm going to spend the rest of my life with somebody, then that means I have to really trust them completely. Marriage is a contract, a binding of individuals. You make people sign contracts so that they can't back out of their obligations. Despite the fact that of whether you think they're a good person or not, you feel you can't trust them completely, so you get their word in writing. Well then making someone sign a marriage contract completely negates what marriage is supposed to be about, right? Because if you're making them sign a contract, that means you don't trust them completely.
Rowde wrote:Second of all, I think the importance of sex is blown way out of proportion in our current society. I've been celibate for over three years now, and I think that I presently have far more meaningful relationships now than I ever did back in the day. I have had sex before, but I don't really miss it though.
Rowde wrote:If I look at it rationally, what is the purpose of having sex? Procreation, right? To spread my seed, to continue my blood line, and ensure the survival of my species. Only there are already six billion people on this planet. I don't think we're going anywhere for awhile. Our time would be better spent on trying to figure out a way to move civilization forward, instead of pondering where we will insert our wahoos, or, in contrast, which wahoos we will let in us.
Rowde wrote:Where does this idea that our bodies are so extremely sacred come from? We are not all individual and unique snowflakes. There are two basic models to the human anatomy. Males and Females. One has a penis, the other has a vagina. Breasts are glands covered in a layer of fat meant for feeding babies. The only thing that makes any of it "special" is the ideas in your very own head. Where did we get such notions. Gee, I wonder, it's only society that's been ramming the thought up my freaking nose since I was old enough to read.
Rowde wrote:So no, I don't think it's wrong to have sex outside of marriage or within any frame of time within a relationship because I don't think sex is important. However, I'm not saying that we are all emotionless zombies, or that we should be. I do have a contrasting theory.
Rowde wrote:Consider this for a moment:
You are going to die.
This is a true statement. We are all going to die someday. We were dying since the day we were born. Call me pessimistic if you want, but this really is only a realistic view of the situation.
Rowde wrote:My time spent with people is precious. I could die tomorrow and all you'd be left with is the time I spent with you on this boards. It is the only gift I really have to give. So, I don't think that it's just sex that can be taken for granted. You could take the time spent playing videogames with someone for granted as well, for example. Or time talking in a coffee shop, time doing the laundry together, etc. All of this is just as important.
Sex is just something you do in the end. It would be just as damaging doing anything else with someone you didn't really want to spend time with.
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