Poetic Side of Sex

Sex is a sacrificial act. Sex is designed and we ‘have sex’ to meet the sexual
needs of the other person, not for ‘self gratification’. As we are all
well aware, we don’t need a partner for sexual self satisfaction. God
gave us our sexual desires—it’s our divinely hardwired blessing from
Him. Sexual desires are perfectly natural. Expressing
them, sharing them, and delighting in them by engaging in sexual
activity with the one person whom we love and whom we are attracted,
committed, and devoted to, for life, is healthy and deeply satisfying,
on all levels.

Random sex with just anyone at any given
moment, or even in a relationship that is perhaps casual, or commonly
called, ‘Friends with Benefits’—- is never as fulfilling and
satisfying. In fact, random sex has been proven, on many levels, to be
physiologically unhealthy and emotionally destructive.

Think
about yourself, and what matters most to you, now—- and in the future
insofar as your life is concerned. The next time you consider enjoying
sexual activity with someone who—-does not care enough about you, to
commit to you, yet, is willing to risk your health or even your life for
their sexual satisfaction and gratification.

Ask yourself if he
or she is truly worth possibly making a mistake that could harm you in
any way, or perhaps even, cost you your life?

Sacrificing
your health, happiness, or your life for the sexual pleasure of someone
else to whom neither of you are sacredly committed, is a destructive
choice to make. Love and respect yourself first and foremost.~

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