Dating no sex
Like many singles, Rob thinks the scriptures on sexual purity are outdated and archaic.
“Those parts of the Bible aren’t relevant to today,” he told Cindy.
As a result, Cindy developed a deeper understanding of truth, and Rob was forced to face the lies he’d always believed.
If you’re like Cindy or Rob, and you’ve taken a stand for (or against) premarital sex, but you’re not sure why, here are some things to consider.
A relationship will be stronger and more real when both people can truly be themselves both inside and outside of the bedroom.
When we question these “rules,” we respect our partner for who they are instead of who they “should be.” Sexual abuse is any type of unwanted sexual contact.
When people are not sure how to act in a certain situation or not sure what others will think is cool, they tend to try and be who they be and not who they really are.
When Cindy met Rob, she knew that even though he attended church, he didn’t share her convictions about premarital sex.
Rob thought it was OK — and even good for dating couples to engage in — and Cindy believed it was wrong from a Christian perspective.
Just remember that you are capable of making your own decisions and creating your own set of values.
Only you know what’s on your mind, so unless you express yourself, the other person is only left guessing.
A guy might be led to believe that he should have sex with a lot of girls and not get emotionally attached to them.