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Let’s Talk About Sex: Part 2

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  1. Ayomide Fajuyigbe says:

    I’m loving this. Meticulously treated doubts. Thumbs up.

    1. Thank you Ayomide 🙂

  2. DRE says:

    Hmmmmm…… nice one… surprised by the first confession though, lol….

  3. DRE says:

    Nice write up… that ur first confession ehn, hmmm

  4. dayo says:

    Nicely written….. But then I felt d first confession was unnecessary and wasnt rationally written and unrelated to whatever the articles target is. It seems personal more dan being general since yur writing for the entire population and not just for you and I can’t really see where d issue was sorted.

    1. Thank you very much for your comment, it was much appreciated. Well first of all, it’s not a written law, it is my opinion. I am a Christian and I believe in purity before Marriage. Secondly it is a conversation meaning everyone is free to express ‘their’ own opinions as we can’t all feel the same way about the same thing. Lastly, while looking for loopholes in an hypothesis, one should take care not to use a destructive form of criticism, it is after all a free world, thanks.

      1. I agree with exactly what you said, nice blog you have going on.

        1. admin says:

          Thank you very much !

  5. the girl under the great blue sky says:

    Sorry I’m commenting this late, force of habit. I also am a Christian who doesn’t believe in sex outside marriage. Tbh, sex is one of the reasons I want to get married…. Not the main reason of course. Is it just me or is anticipating sex okay? I think what I want is to know if I’m normal, Just so you’re clear, its not like I jump around telling everyone how much I’d like to have sex. Just that my friends make it seem like I’m a perv…thanks

    1. admin says:

      Thank you for your comment – it’s never too late! About anticipating sex, it’s absolutely normal, it is a physiological activity after all.

      However, as a Christian, one must be careful not to feed this natural curiosity and fall prey to acting upon it, even just mentally – as the Bible does say he who looks upon a woman lustfully has already committed adultery in his heart – so be careful !

      Hope I’ve answered your question adequately?

      1. the girl under the great blue sky says:

        You have; if I got it right, you’re saying thinking about it is normal but should be kept under control so that I do not get myself into unwanted situations just to satisfy curiosity, and you’re right… I have to admit I’ve visited some sites that are not so christianly because of curiosity. Thanks a lot.

        1. admin says:

          I’m glad I could help, and I’m glad you know the limit, may God help us all in this Christian race! xo

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