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POLL: When Was The Last Time You Had Some…?

nosexLately, it seems like the word “celibacy” has gained some new light.

It’s become cute to use it at one’s convenience or as a cover up to avoid intimate relationships.  Trust me, I do respect those who choose based on value, not those who choose based on fear.   For those who choose it based on fear, it’s about avoiding pain, hurt and disappointment.  This only brings on more of the same–empty feelings, isolation, confusion, and lonliness.

If you are celibate, it should be by choice and circumstance.  You made a vow that the next time you have sex will be with your husband or your man, but don’t cut yourself off from meeting him.

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When Was The Last Time You Had Sex?

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10 COMMENTS

  • ohthesweetpromise

    I have to disagree with you THC. Sex outside the confines of a monogomous marital relationship is doomed to create issues. Wether it is the woman worrying about protection all the way to rejection and heartbreak.

    Even you have to admit that you have to screen clients and use protection. All of those things take time out of the day and all of those things would not be necessary in a mongomous marital relationship. Despite the mockery some people have made of marriage, there are some really faithly God lovely couples out there who understand what marriage is all about.

  • Zabeth

    Then it’s the case that there are too many irresponsible, insecure, and emotionally unstable people out running around- we see the effect of that all over the place. Sex really is a big deal and I think people should stop treating it so casually.

  • The Hooker Chronicles

    Sex doesn’t bring about those problems.

    Being irresponsible, insecure, and emotionally unstable does

  • Zabeth

    I’d like to add that yes sex is physiologically GOOD for you…in the confines of a committed relationship. What about the depression associated with having sex and then regretting it or, having sex as a means to alleviate a sense of insecurity? What about the very real health risks associated with sex? What about the fear and added stress associated with concern that you may have an unwanted pregnancy or STD? That’s no fun. I’m not trying to confrontational, I’m just playing a bit of devil’s advocate 🙂

    For me, I’ve decided not to have sex until I meet the man that I intend to marry. It scares me when I hear someone say that they’re celibate due to “circumstance” and not because they want to be. When and with whom you have sex should be a conscience choice you make and not your lot in life.

  • The Hooker Chronicles

    @Maryann

    YES, I love sex and I love Men.

    And I attribute that to the fact that I have so many wonderful guys constantly in my corner, both as a sex worker and in my personal life!

    So I don’t have all the negative experiences that are usually associated with pre-marital sex, and I’m happier than ever.

  • Maryann

    @THC I also like to add a happier disposition and attitude (hence reduced depression) and everything in the world just seems a little brighter, lighter, let’s just say you let those little things in life slide 😉

  • The Hooker Chronicles

    (9 reasons why sex is physiologically GOOD for you)

    Improved sense of smell: After sex, production of the hormone prolactin surges. This in turn causes stem cells in the brain to develop new neurons in the brain’s olfactory bulb, its smell center.

    Reduced risk of heart disease: Having sex three or more times a week, men reduced their risk of heart attack or stroke by half.

    Weight loss, overall fitness: Sex, if nothing else, is exercise. A vigorous bout burns some 200 calories–about the same as running 15 minutes on a treadmill or playing a spirited game of squash.

    Reduced depression: Such was the implication of a 2002 study of 293 women. American psychologist Gordon Gallup reported that sexually active participants whose male partners did not use condoms were less subject to depression than those whose partners did. One theory of causality: Prostoglandin, a hormone found only in semen, may be absorbed in the female genital tract, thus modulating female hormones.

    Pain-relief: Immediately before orgasm, levels of the hormone oxytocin surge to five times their normal level. This in turn releases endorphins, which alleviate the pain of everything from headache to arthritis to even migraine. In women, sex also prompts production of estrogen, which can reduce the pain of PMS.

    Less-frequent colds and flu: Wilkes University in Pennsylvania says individuals who have sex once or twice a week show 30% higher levels of an antibody called immunoglobulin A, which is known to boost the immune system.

    Better bladder control: Heard of Kegel exercises? You do them, whether you know it or not, every time you stem your flow of urine. The same set of muscles is worked during sex.

    Better teeth: Seminal plasma contains zinc, calcium and other minerals shown to retard tooth decay.

    And a happier prostate

  • ohthesweetpromise

    Thats ok, I am a woman of principle and I agree, celibacy shouldn’t be based on fear. It should be a lifestyle. it certainly shouldn’t be a fad.

  • Maryann

    sorry 🙁

  • ohthesweetpromise

    I really wanted to vote for there was no choice for NEVER

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