Premarital Sex is Not Logical

Rated 2.33/5 based on 3 reviews
There are many strange myths used to justify premarital sex, out of an effort to make it seem "normal." This book exposes these myths as illogical, and describes the damaging consequences of sex out of wedlock. Myths exposed as illogical include: "But we love each other;" "I want to see if we are sexually compatible;" "Anything restricting my freedom is bad;" and "Marriage is old fashioned."
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Words: 9,670
Language: English
ISBN: 9781310603181
About E. Reltso

E. Reltso has a PhD and performs boring research for a living. He has five children, three of whom are teenagers.

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Review by: rupid07 on Aug. 04, 2014 :
Excellent book, and very logical. A must-read.
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Review by: Desertphile on Aug. 02, 2014 :
In other words, people should make a life-long commitment to someone whom they might not be sexually compatible. That's "logical?" I don't even buy shoes without trying them on first.
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Review by: JBMad7 on Aug. 01, 2014 :
Sounds like a prude's guide to keeping her legs firmly welded together. Definitely not for a real woman. What happens if you wait til marriage a ad find hubby has kinky fantasies or is a closet paedo? buit hard to get out of it then. Try before you vbuy and save a foprtune in divorce lawyer's fees. After all he'll probably divorce you if he can't find the right crowbar to force yourt sad loegs apart. Prudes are not real women after all, they're sad little people who think storks leave babies behind gooseberry bushes. People have sex outside marriage, grow up and get out of it . Mind yiou you wouldn't know a decent fucj if you got one.
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