Question about religion

Discussion in 'Love and Sex' started by eirek, Jun 2, 2004.

  1. eirek

    eirek Guest

    what are you talking about
     
  2. crazy_gurl

    crazy_gurl Member

    i'm not really religious, so i dont know if i can help you out too much... my guess is, as Christianity says no sex before marriage, i would've guessed that to be penetration only, only sexual intercourse. maybe this is what she believes, while you believe that even foreplay is classed as sex...? sit down and talk to her about it - if you're truely committed to your religion and want no foreplay whatsoever, then tell her what you think and see if she agrees. even if she disagrees, if she really loves you she will respect your decision to wait, as it seems to me you're the one feeling concerned about whether breast fondling counts as sex or not...
     
  3. eirek

    eirek Guest

    minority of people
     
  4. Tired physically or mentally? Cause if I ever made out with a guy for 3 hours I'd get pretty damn bored (mentally tired) and want to move on with more intimate stuff, which is why I believe in sex before marriage. :)
     
  5. eirek

    eirek Guest

    That could be it.
     
  6. Maybe...So, what part of tx are you from? I'm from San Antonio.


    -Kate
     
  7. eirek

    eirek Guest

    Hey, I was just
     
  8. meishka

    meishka Grease Munky

    i wouldn't worry about touching breasts. they're too much fun. it's not like the church has a legion of priests following everybody. u should live in fear. you're letting a book control your life. it seemd the greek gods dissappeared when christianity came a long, like they suddenly didn't exist. so what makes the newer religion any different.
     
  9. The Penis

    The Penis Member

    fuck god. the world sucks, so he's doing a bad job if he;s real. let's all smoke crack and worship satan.
     
  10. sugrmag

    sugrmag Uber Nerd

    Don't sweat it. If it makes either of you uncomfortable, then stop. If you both enjoy it, then go for it. You are not having sex by touching her breasts.
     
  11. groovydude

    groovydude Member

    If it feels good, it probably is good, go with the flow and don't worry about others


     
  12. crazy_gurl

    crazy_gurl Member

    i agree with sugrmag, if you both enjoy what you're doing, then there's no need to stop. like i said in my previous post on this thread, i wouldn't have considered that breast fondling counted as part of sexual intercourse. though if you still are worried, and you feel that you have to be loyal to your religion, you could get it checked out... but then again after starting that already, it would be difficult to stop, especially as you both enjoy it so much.

    as for the making out... i guess both of you would get tired or bored, as you get more horny you would want to move on to exploring new techniques more. but obviously, as you're against sex before marriage, you both gotta live with making out. although hugs and cuddling is also good... if you feel you can't control yourself, spend more time outside together, go shopping or out for a meal so that you can't do anything beyond kissing. i guess if you make religious commitments, you gotta keep to them.
     
  13. torz

    torz Member

    can i just ask, what do you mean by making out, what exactly does it involve? thats just something i'd like to know before i answer your question.
     
  14. eirek

    eirek Guest

    Don't you just love forums?
     
  15. torz

    torz Member

    help us out a little! what the fuck is making out and then i'll be able to give you a straight answer.
     
  16. eirek

    eirek Guest

    Haha, sorry I guess your not from my part of the country....lets see. Usually making out is the part where you kiss for hours and everything included in that but not up to foreplay.
     

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