I am saying what happens between a married man and woman over the years is vastly different than the perspective of the virgin Corazon.
TOO MUCH INFORMATION.
If you have a problem with this topic, don't read it.
They do not see that God requires them to control their married lives from any excesses. But very few feel it to be a religious duty to govern their passions. They have united themselves in marriage to the object of their choice, and therefore reason that marriage sanctifies the indulgence of the baser passions. Even men and women professing godliness give loose rein to their lustful passions, and have no thought that God holds them accountable for the expenditure of vital energy, which weakens their hold on life and enervates the entire system. --Testimonies, vol. 2, p. 472.
Again, until you are married for a decade and a half, it may as well be a foreign language in code to you. Get married, you will learn things on the outside are vastly different than the things that go on in the inside.
I thought you were married Dior. I hope you are not viewing those Hollywood movies, late night shows or stuff on the internet...
Are you married,Jason?