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Look if you ask a man this question don't expect detailed debate, BUT I will say this.
Would you buy a car without driving it first?
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Posted: 19 December 2008 at 8:02am | IP Logged
Originally posted by xantia

Look if you ask a man this question don't expect detailed debate, BUT I will say this.
Would you buy a car without driving it first?
 
You can't compare your wife with a CAR. Confused In any case marriage is much much much much more than only about sex IMO.
 
I have no problem with pre-marital sex also..its your life..do whatever you want but then don't expect "pureness" from your partner (husband or wife)...or don't get angry later when your kids also indulge in same.
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Posted: 19 December 2008 at 8:36am | IP Logged
Originally posted by SolidSnake

Originally posted by xantia

Look if you ask a man this question don't expect detailed debate, BUT I will say this.
Would you buy a car without driving it first?
 
You can't compare your wife with a CAR. Confused In any case marriage is much much much much more than only about sex IMO.
 
I have no problem with pre-marital sex also..its your life..do whatever you want but then don't expect "pureness" from your partner (husband or wife)...or don't get angry later when your kids also indulge in same.
@black bold - Exactly, depends on individual. I don't care about marriage thing more on the age factor.
@red bold - LOL Thats when desi hypocrisy kicks in, ohh one night stand is cool but would ONE like to marry someone who previously indulged in it?... checkmateWinkLOLLOL 


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Having some principles and then living by them is good in my opinion. Thus, if you believe that something is wrong then you should not do it.

However,  the perception of what is right and what is wrong is different for different people. In any case some people may not agree with your principles and, you might agree, its not good to force our belief on others. Take an example of western society, if we may talk more globally. There, the difference between marriage and living together is getting diluted. People do not believe in marriage may be because they are atheists or may be because of some other reasons. So, I guess this relationship may be justified for them. Moreover, this might have brought some advantages to their society like less eve-teasing and more equality for women.

In any case, the above may not work for our society. There is another point that should this be a personal choice or should this be enforced by the society? At present this is also enforced by the society which in turn looks to be biased. These principles are enforced more strictly for women, whereas, at the same time, we talk of equality between men and women.




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