Help i am curious about sex


#1

help i am curious about sex what should i do


#2

I would think that most people who haven’t had sex would be curious about it. Seems only natural to me. You just need to exhibit self control and wait for marriage. Is it to the point where curiousity will cause you to do something you will regret?


#3

What about it are you curious of? If its something you can learn by asking about it, ask.

If you are saying you are curious to try it I would highly recommend waiting until you are married!

Also, might be good to put how old you are so we can tailor our answers to fit that. :D


#4

Avemaria, what exactly are you curious about? You start a lot of threads asking about sex and ‘adult’ topics. There are lots of people willing to answer your questions here.


#5

Take it from somebody that knows, sex, pornography, etc is such a dirty thing.
Outside of religion, most guys want to have sex with as many different girls as they can, in the process, they will say anything or do anything to get there. Girls will believe that they're in love, and lose their virginity, they will go along with what guys think of them..
In other words, it's a dirty thing which only brings deceit and shame.

Wait for love.


#6

ask your parents


#7

[quote="Blood_Angel, post:5, topic:234336"]
Take it from somebody that knows, sex, pornography, etc is such a dirty thing.
Outside of religion, most guys want to have sex with as many different girls as they can, in the process, they will say anything or do anything to get there. Girls will believe that they're in love, and lose their virginity, they will go along with what guys think of them..
In other words, it's a dirty thing which only brings deceit and shame.

Wait for love.

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Sex is not "dirty".


#8

[quote="Blood_Angel, post:5, topic:234336"]
Take it from somebody that knows, sex, pornography, etc is such a dirty thing.
Outside of religion, most guys want to have sex with as many different girls as they can, in the process, they will say anything or do anything to get there. Girls will believe that they're in love, and lose their virginity, they will go along with what guys think of them..
In other words, it's a dirty thing which only brings deceit and shame.

Wait for love.

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Follow his advice kid. We perverts "outside of religion" don't need the competition!:D


#9

he said outside of religion which im guessing means outside of marriage which i think could be seen as dirty


#10

Not knowing your age, but what about Theology of the Body? or speaking with your parents? Although I know that to be difficult but sometimes we need to just bite the bullet so to speak and do what we need to. Especially if it involves something mortal. Ask your priest even? I'm sure there is SOMEONE that you can speak to.

If you're a teen, its a hard time to live through. Goodness, even if you're not a teen it is something that is and can be difficult to deal. But there is a time and place for everything and speaking only from personal opinion, outside of marriage, isn't the time or place.

Some excellent advice has already been given to you. hehe not sure why I added my rambling :rolleyes:

I wouldn't advise going to the internet for help with this. At least in terms google searches and the likes. That will certainly only lead you into more trouble.


#11

[quote="limabeanerson, post:3, topic:234336"]
...Also, might be good to put how old you are so we can tailor our answers to fit that. :D

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She is 18 per her other posts and public profile here.

forums.catholic.com/search.php?searchid=8224890


#12

She is 18 per her other posts and public profile here.

forums.catholic.com/search.php?searchid=8224890

This is true.

I think this is a good answer.


#13

please wait for love and marriage. You will be so glad later. Once you are married you will have many, many ,many years to explore sex. If you are just curious as to information, what is it that you want to know?


#14

Read the book Love and Responsibility by JPII.


#15

[quote="puzzleannie, post:6, topic:234336"]
ask your parents

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Well that's a good place to start, but depending on the parents she might not get much of an answer. So better to ask her questions in a relatively safe place than somewhere where the answers might lead her astray in both her physical and moral/spiritual life.

OP, do you have an adult in your home life you can talk to about such things?


#16

[quote="avemaria2010, post:1, topic:234336"]
help i am curious about sex what should i do

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Read "Theology of the Body."

Do not act on your curiosity. Do not listen to most people in your life. Sex outside of marriage will damage your soul.


#17

It's interesting to me how rushed teens are about sex.

There's plenty of time. If I were 18, I'd enjoy being 18, hang out with friends, etc.


#18

[quote="Captain_America, post:17, topic:234336"]
It's interesting to me how rushed teens are about sex.

There's plenty of time. If I were 18, I'd enjoy being 18, hang out with friends, etc.

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Wow! I can tell you're definitely not 18, then, and you probably haven't been for a LOOOONG time. Young men's hormones are RAGING around that age. I'm 21 and my hormones are still raging, and I'm a woman.

The suggestion that ANY 18 year-old would laugh off sex because they, you know, "just wanna enjoy being 18, hang out with friends, etc" is hilarious. Chastity is a struggle and most teenagers that lead chaste lifestyles do so for religious reasons.


#19

[quote="TheRealJuliane, post:16, topic:234336"]
Read "Theology of the Body."

Do not act on your curiosity. Do not listen to most people in your life. Sex outside of marriage will damage your soul.

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LISTEN to this advice..


#20

There seems to be a pattern here. A thread is opened with one line, then typically, (not always, though) that is it from the OP, we don't hear from her again.

OP, where are you? Are you reading this advice? Come back and discuss with us.


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