Sex is NOT Love!!!

5 years ago

              When it comes to sex and being intimate with someone, THINGS START TO GET REALLY STICKY. When it comes to this subject, people will have a whole bunch of different reasons of what it means and why they partake in this.

               SEX CHANGES THINGS! It changes your perspective towards the relationship, you become emotionally tied, and IT JUST BECOMES DIFFERENT.

               People will say that sex and love are the same thing. They may say that sex is a part of love because IT'S AN EXPRESSION OR SYMBOL OF HOW THEY REALLY FEEL ABOUT THAT PERSON. SEX IS NOT LOVE!!!

                                     S= SACRED....... meaning a devoting bond between a man and a woman

                                                              that is supposed to be shared in marriage.

                                     E= ENGAGE...... representing the commitment and dedication.

                                     X= XTRA.......... meaning it's just the icing on the cake. It's not part of

                                                              foundation to what love is or the building of love. There

                                                              are other ways to be intimate besides involving sex,

                                                              which is THROUGH THE MATTERS OF THE HEART

                                                              AND MIND. You can find other ways to please and

                                                              enjoy each other without sex being the main issue.

              Sex and love are two different things. Before you say you love someone, you have to understand what love is. Before you decide to partake in sex, you need to understand the ins and outs, the responsibility, and ask yourself if you're ready to accept the ties that come along with it. My opinion is to WAIT UNTIL MARRIAGE meaning ABSTINENCE OR CELIBACY. Even if you have already partaking in sex, it's not too late to recommit yourself. In the long run, it will be worth the wait and you will appreciate it in the end!

                                                                                                                 Rae Amor


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