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Should Armenian women stay Pure for marriage?

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  • Re: Should Armenian women stay Pure for marriage?

    Originally posted by ace
    Sounds like a sex-obsessed society.
    Take a look around you! The world is living in sex, violence and drugs.
    "A good friend will come bail you out of jail...a true friend will be sitting next to you saying "damn we f*cked up."

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    • Re: Should Armenian women stay Pure for marriage?

      hmm....
      Actually not being a virgin is not that much different than being one. In my opinion that is, i mean the only difference is, that you see a guy naked, and them you make love to him, and enjoy your partner, i don't know how showing physical affection to the person you love should be a way of defining your purity. I mean c'mon if you are a xxxxx, then you will be īthat no matter what. Yes it's true that guys like their girls as virgins, but i think the issue here is, that guys dread to be the ones that are unexperienced and have to match up to the previous partners of a girl.

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      • Re: Should Armenian women stay Pure for marriage?

        Originally posted by Starweaver
        i don't know how showing physical affection to the person you love should be a way of defining your purity. I mean c'mon if you are a xxxxx, then you will be īthat no matter what.
        The realistic question is not virginity - but the extent of the lack of virginity. It's hard for me to believe that someone (male or female) who has had had a great many sexual partners in the past can sincerely equate sexual intercourse as a way of showing their love for someone.
        Plenipotentiary meow!

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        • Re: Should Armenian women stay Pure for marriage?

          Originally posted by bell-the-cat
          The realistic question is not virginity - but the extent of the lack of virginity. It's hard for me to believe that someone (male or female) who has had had a great many sexual partners in the past can sincerely equate sexual intercourse as a way of showing their love for someone.
          I can see where youre coming from, i mean personally i wouldn't mind marrying a guy that has had 1 or two partners in the past, but ofcourse if you hang out with someone who's seen more boobs than a doctor, it might get a bit vulgar and sort of pointless to think that you would seem more special to this person in some way.

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          • Re: Should Armenian women stay Pure for marriage?

            sex, drugs, and rock & roll! Is there any other point to life?

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            • Re: Should Armenian women stay Pure for marriage?

              To quote your signature, Thai-Samurai..."Yes! Oh God YESS!!"
              "A good friend will come bail you out of jail...a true friend will be sitting next to you saying "damn we f*cked up."

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              • Re: Should Armenian women stay Pure for marriage?

                sad_eyes you are correct. you are also kinda cute.

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                • Re: Should Armenian women stay Pure for marriage?

                  Aw, shucks, dsarkasian, I think you are swell!
                  "A good friend will come bail you out of jail...a true friend will be sitting next to you saying "damn we f*cked up."

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