πŸ’‘Wise Words for 2️⃣0️⃣ Year Olds regarding Smart Sex πŸ€“πŸ’ ...

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When you choose to have sex is your decision, and your decision only.

If you're sexually active, it doesn't make you a bad person, just like being a virgin doesn't make you a "loser." As long as you're doing what makes you feel comfortable and happy, then you should be proud of your decisions.

It doesn't matter if you've been having sex for years or if you're new to the whole experience, because you could learn something from these wise words for women in their 20s:

1. There Are Different Types of Birth Control Pills

You already know about the importance of using condoms and asking your partner to get tested for STDs.

However, you should also be aware of the fact that different birth control pills work better for different women.

Before you go on the pill, do some research and have in depth talks with your gynecologist to figure out which option is best for your body.2

Nothing is Wrong with Your Body

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JP
Taylor, Nothing to read between the lines. I have implied nothing but have been very direct. Looking young has nothing to do with my impression . . . It is the quality of your responses that is a clear indicator. One sign of emotional maturity is a level of openness to differing opinions. You fail to stick to the thread of the conversation as with your last post, consistently bringing previously irrelevant issues into your comments. Your level of comprehension of religion was a telltale sign. I do not say this to disrespect you, but no theologian with any level of sophistication will accept your perspective . . . The Bible, the Koran, the Jewish books of the Old Testament will on some level come to the conclusion that your belief is immoral, not grounded but conveniently relativistic. Sex outside marriage is fornication, period, there is no way to explain that away. I respect your right to follow your own lifestyle and you have acknowledged the same, but it is not possible to justify something on religious grounds because our society is trying to push an agenda that tries to make sex outside of marriage socially acceptable. This is where our society is buying into the lie. Truth does not change, Taylor. God loves you and wants what is best for your soul. Respect yourself and allow your relationships to grow spiritually, emotionally and intellectually. A man who really loves you and is in for the long-term will wait for physical intimacy. I would offer for your consideration that until you have tried to build a relationship in this manner, you really should not be critical of what you have not attempted/experienced.
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