This week I had to write a book review (yay me). Well, the book is entitled Every Young Man’s Battle. So, you can imagine what it is about, and yes you would be right, SEX! (so yay again, I get to read about sex). But not really, more like sexual temptation. Needless to say, I finished my book review and the book, I have already read it before anyways. The point of the matter is this: throughout the weeks I was reading it, something came to mind:
No. No, you know what, he’s right.
He’s right. I don’t need one.
You know why I don’t need one?
Because there’s no one I’m in love with.
It’s called “making love,” isn’t it?
Maybe I’m old-fashioned, but I think that
means you do it with someone you love.
And preferably when you’re married.
You know, when you’re ready to take
that love and turn it into a baby.
Ok, I now what you’re thinking, “Will, big whoop, don’t have sex until you’re married…” My question is, “When is the last time you saw something in the movie theatre that pushed the subject of having sex until you’re married?”
Very good point. I can't stand the culture we live in sometimes. Everything we see pushes how cool and casual sex is, when it is meant to be something special and sacred. Even commercials; it's ridiculous the things they make sexual. Everything from shampoo to dog food it seems like.