I know I have posted about this before, but I am looking for deeper clarification.
It seems as though the culture of today is incredibly focused on sex. Sex for the sake of pleasure. I see this not only in the classroom, but among many different social circles. I HAVE SOME QUESTIONS THAT MIGHT SOUND A LITTLE EXPLICIT. I AM JUST WARNING EVERYONE.
Many guys I know claim to look at a random woman, and instantly become sexually aroused. For example. Many make a derogatory remark about a woman’s backside, or her chest area. They claim that just looking at those things sexually arouses them.
I feel un-normal for not thinking this exact way. Sex, and more specifically the woman in general, has always been to me a special, sacred thing. This was taught to me by my parents. I am certainly heterosexual and attracted to women. However, is it not normal for me to not get sexually aroused just by looking at a woman for an instant?
I, unlike many other men, don’t look at dating as a recreational activity. If a right, modest, beautiful, loving woman comes around then there may be a chance for dating. I have always been taught that it is not right to lust after a woman PERIOD. I have been taught that sexuality and the marital act of intercourse is something solely reserved to marriage and that it is not right to simply become sexually aroused by just looking at some random woman that I have never met.
I have always been under the impression that true sexual arousal comes when you meet the one you re truly destined to be with, not some stranger. Any sexual arousal from looking at a random woman off the street would just seem immoral and un-sacred to me.
Am I weird for thinking/feeling this way?