Have you ever considered what plays out between two matured opposite persons behind closed door? Be careful that your imagination does not run riot and go off shoot of what common sense dictates. I want to be a bit civilized within the ambit of my cultural dictate while still hitting the nail on the head. It is still about happenings behind closed doors between matured opposite sex.
There are two categories of people I am aware of their active involvement in sexual practices. Those that are married and those that are not. The line of distinction between these categories of people is a parallel one that no matter how how you attempt to bend it, the lines remains straight. Married couples make love, while unmarried people have sex. Making love is one of the known spices required to make a jolly good marriage, while having sex is a routine that comes with baggage of worry and resentment. One thing people crave for in life is love. Showing love in marriage by unmarried couples through sex can be regarded as a burning fire that will keep the flame ablaze. It is not possible for a married man or woman to be ashamed of making love. I have read in medical journals that early morning sex between married couples boots their confidence for optimum daily performance. You may want to confirm my findings by trying it, only if you are married.
On those that cohabits, I am compelled to disagree with the school of thought that sees cohabitation as enjoyment. Stealing from mummy’s before meal is served placed a moral burden of theft on ones head and that is what I liken cohabitation to. A thief can never be bold to openly declare his involvement in the theft of a minutest thing, let alone stealing values from another person.
My stand, people should stop stealing values from one another by desisting from having sex when they are not married and wait to make love in marriage. With making of love in marriage comes blessings. Wishing you a lovely married life and a Godly “singlehood” life.