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I don’t want to f*ck every girl in the world. I don’t want to f*ck 100 of them. Not 10. Not 2. I want to make love to the one woman I will spend the rest of my life with.
No one else.
Not only is the idea of having intercourse with every female on the planet repulsive, it’s highly incestual. After realizing that every girl in the world includes, not only your mother, but your sisters and your daughters, I’m perplexed as to why anyone would enjoy those lyrics. Why not sing a song about rape? Or abusing and violating a 5 year old? Anyone for some sodomy perhaps? It could be the next big hit!
In a world filled with sexuality, sensuality and perverted images everywhere you turn, there are still people who have chosen the high road. We have chosen to be virgins. Yes, we’ve made the choice.
I’ve made the choice. I’m a virgin.
I made a choice to not put myself inside anyone, in any way, shape, or form, who is not my wife and the potential mother of my children. She’ll be my better half, my partner, co-conspirator, and lover. She’ll be my best friend, my soul-mate, my buddy, and confidant. I absolutely refuse to form that covenantal bond with anyone who is anything less. It is simply not worth any amount of temporal pleasure, no matter how good those 30 seconds may feel.
I will, under no circumstances, partner myself with someone that I wouldn’t want to raise my children along side of. I refuse to lower myself to the level of a public toilet; an object which people just swing by, use when they need, then move on to whatever is next. I’m worth immeasurably more than that!
I find incredible joy in knowing that someday, I will be able to give my wife the most incredible wedding present she could ever ask for. My virginity. It was the gift God originally designed spouses to give each other on their wedding night. It’s a gift that has no money, but a high cost. It’s easily obtained, but easily lost. Few can say they’ve given this precious gift to one the truly cared about. I count it an honor to know I’ll be in the minority.
When it comes time to sit down and talk with my kids about their sexuality. I’m glad I will be able to be their example. I can say,”You can do it because I did it. It is possible.” I refuse to resort to thinking that I must tell them, “Do as I say, not as I did.” That will not happen to me.
Because I’ve made the choice. I’m a virgin. Who’s with me?
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