Dating religious woman

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Unfortunately, the vagueness and broadness of the sexual constrictions in the purity movement, left people confused, and often feeling that they must reject even normal, healthy sexual urges.

Sadly, only sexual urges within heterosexual, committed, adult relationships were defined as healthy.

Those who abstain, who take vows of chastity, are seen as most pure. Sexual shame is not solely a religious issue, but it is in the religious communities where we are now seeing this problem reach epidemic levels.

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I am an artistic intellectual, philosopher detached from other intellectuals. I am stupify, I suffer from depression, I had traumatic memories and I should live on this planete even people who hurt me using deception are free and nobody got punishment for such a treatment.

my case is global, and that's why I can't be myself anymore, I used to led calm and beautiful life full of music, poetry, great literature, valuable friends (artistically and intellectualy). I hope that 'hell' exist and all those people responsible for my suffering will get what they deserve...

I don't know who you are, or if you will ever read this, Mary... Whilst I will never know your exact circumstances, something you wrote struck a chord with me.

Abstinence-only education, where students are taught that abstinence, and choosing not to be sexual, is the best, safest option is only one aspect.

Abstinence-only sexual education has been largely discredited, and shown to have the potential to actually increase problems and risk of engaging in sex without condoms or preparation.

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