Any relationship starts with physical attraction most of the time. People scan people around them, get attracted by their physical appearance and get into a relationship. People may pretend to be not so bothered about the looks of their counter part. They may even quote things like, “for me nature and personality matter”, or “beauty fades with time. A person’s nature doesn’t. Personality doesn’t.” , but actually everyone , at least for once notice how the other person looks.
Okay. So once into a relationship their bond doesn’t stay restricted to purely talking, roaming around, meeting, those long walks and more. But will they always stick to these things only? No. Not really.
At least the young generation at present won’t. If they’ll start meeting alone, physical intimacy is paced at a very high rate. Maybe for some people it does not but for majority of couples nowadays , it does.
Most important factor accounted for such relationship may be time issues, and work style of the people. For a serious relationship, you definitely need a considerable amount of time that you’ll have to dedicate completely to your better half. Otherwise many problems arise. Maybe communication gap, physical distances, comfort levels down and much more list. I’m not saying everyone is doing the same thing. But most of the youngsters do.
Also levels of physical intimacy is increasing with time. It’s a personal choice , I believe , that how much two people decide to involve with each other. Afterall, no one can judge their life better than them. Am I right? Certainly.
Sex.. a word that has become more common at present. Sex or intercourse, whatever you may call it. Everyone has different opinions about this very subjective and sensitive issue. Some feel it is okay to go ahead to another level before marriage, while for others it may be a big decision to think upon. I may not comment about any of the two sides of the coin. It is a subjective topic. Each and everyone will have their own say about it.
Is sex before marriage alright? I asked my friend.
“Until you trust him and yourself, nothing is wrong or right.” , she replied.
While my other friend politely said, “I won’t do anything against my values. My parents trust me. I don’t wish to disappoint them. Physical intimacy should have a a limit I believe. But that’s my opinion. My body can wait, but I won’t go against my own rules.”
As you ask different people, you get different answers. You may get confused. You may also judge their character by their answers too. But don’t you think it is wrong?
Giving virginity to someone should be a purely personalised decision. Who are we to interfere? Maybe someday, someone will judge our character too.