Sex

  • Joshthegaymer

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    Aug 06, 2016 4:48 AM GMT
    I am a virgin and I am waiting until I am married to lose my v-card. Is that normal? icon_confused.gif
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    Aug 06, 2016 5:17 AM GMT
    No.

    Most men, gay or straight ( in the western world, at least) have had sex before marriage. Holding on to virginity before marriage was a principle of the Victorian era - and she's been dead about 100 years now, and even then, it was only mandatory for women.

    Why would you? If nothing else, it helps to know about sex before you attempt a marriage with someone. What if you marry and find out you are not sexually compatible?
  • Joshthegaymer

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    Aug 06, 2016 5:23 AM GMT
    HikerSkier saidNo.

    Most men, gay or straight ( in the western world, at least) have had sex before marriage. Holding on to virginity before marriage was a principle of the Victorian era - and she's been dead about 100 years now, and even then, it was only mandatory for women.

    Why would you? If nothing else, it helps to know about sex before you attempt a marriage with someone. What if you marry and find out you are not sexually compatible?


    The reason why I hold on to my virginity is because I made a promise to myself and to God that I will remain a virgin until I am married. Chastity is also a very important part of my faith (Judaism).
  • TallAsian

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    Aug 06, 2016 12:38 PM GMT
    As long as you are comfortable and happy with the decision I don't see why it matters what anyone else thinks.
  • leanandclean

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    Aug 06, 2016 1:13 PM GMT
    Unusual
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    Aug 06, 2016 5:27 PM GMT
    I think you should take it to a higher moral ground and become celibate. Pleasures of the flesh should be prohibited as you seek to attune with God , there is no room for. homosexuality or masterbation when God is your spiritual husband.


    Most men, gay or straight ( in the western world, at least) have had sex before marriage. Holding on to virginity before marriage was a principle of the Victorian era - and she's been dead about 100 years now, and even then, it was only mandatory for women.

    Why would you? If nothing else, it helps to know about sex before you attempt a marriage with someone. What if you marry and find out you are not sexually compatible?

    The reason why I hold on to my virginity is because I made a promise to myself and to God that I will remain a virgin until I am married. Chastity is also a very important part of my faith (Judaism).[/quote]
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    Aug 06, 2016 5:32 PM GMT
    I think you should take it to a higher moral ground and become celibate. Pleasures of the flesh should be prohibited as you seek to attune with God. There is no room for. homosexuality or masterbation when God is your spiritual husband. When you are 40 y.o. you can begin to study Kabbalah.

  • Destinharbor

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    Aug 06, 2016 5:35 PM GMT
    God, is there anything more fucked up than religion? Listen, bud. That married/virginity thing was only a way to ensure that the kid the girl would spew out was in fact the product of the guy who'd have to raise him. And all those rules written into religion was just an alternative form of government control. Like dietary laws that seemed to make sense three thousand years ago but not now. Use your brain, not some old book unrelated to modern life.
  • orome

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    Aug 06, 2016 10:11 PM GMT
    Joshthegaymer saidI am a virgin and I am waiting until I am married to lose my v-card. Is that normal? icon_confused.gif


    It is as normal as anything else around here. TallAsian's were are very relevant here.

    If you are at peace with it, be at peace.
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    Aug 06, 2016 11:54 PM GMT
    Joshthegaymer said
    HikerSkier saidNo.

    Most men, gay or straight ( in the western world, at least) have had sex before marriage. Holding on to virginity before marriage was a principle of the Victorian era - and she's been dead about 100 years now, and even then, it was only mandatory for women.

    Why would you? If nothing else, it helps to know about sex before you attempt a marriage with someone. What if you marry and find out you are not sexually compatible?


    The reason why I hold on to my virginity is because I made a promise to myself and to God that I will remain a virgin until I am married. Chastity is also a very important part of my faith (Judaism).


    If it is an article of faith then you know it is not normal in general.
  • Badwolfxxx

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    Aug 07, 2016 2:04 AM GMT
    Go with your heart. I think what ur doing is admirable and honorable. Sex is a great thing and can create an amazing bond and experience. Your first time should be out of love. Guys gay or str8 are expected to go out and plant their seed early and in everything they can. With gay guys we are taught early on that it's a dirty act and needs to be hidden, quick and nameless. It's a gift and it needs to be given as such. Your first time is something you will remember. Make it memorable. You and later generarions are lucky that ur first time can be given as a gift and not with some nameless guy in an alley or adult book store. And as far as knowing what to do. That's what we have the Internet for. Or your older gay friend ;-)
  • 24hourguy

    Posts: 364

    Aug 07, 2016 3:01 AM GMT
    do what you want
  • stravagl

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    Aug 09, 2016 6:14 PM GMT
    I'm pretty sure the Old Testament frowns upon gayness in general.

    So if your religion does not approve of your sexuality, why allow it to dictate your sexual behavior if you are in fact already unacceptable according to your religion?

    In my opinion there definitely is a God, however He/She/It wants to see me get banged as much as possible, otherwise He/She/It wouldn't have made sex feel so great!

    And to answer the original question, a gay person saving himself for marriage is highly unusual, I think you're the first gay male I've ever heard that from, ever!