Men and Women and the View of Sexuality and Virginity Within their Religious Context

Men and Women and the View of Sexuality and Virginity Within their Religious Context

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Looking at the relationship between the religious attitudes of Christianity and the act of premarital sex is an interesting avenue in the streets of American society, whose Judeo- Christian tradition has emphasized the purity of its youth in the sexual arena. From an emic viewpoint, as Mrs. Elizabeth Guillette, defined I will observe if religious beliefs influence the sexual activity of Christian teens. I believe that I am looking at this behavior from the inside, as a youth whose friends have participated in or refrained from premarital sex. I am currently abstaining from sexual activity and desire to understand how other Christian youth view this issue. The beauty of waiting for true love, yes; so ideal. Woe; not many who have claim to desire to delay this immediate gratification have done so. As a youth, I was taught the principle of being a virgin until marriage in our evangelistic, Pentecostal church. My peers and I took our sacred vows of abstinence; only for me to observe the easy promiscuity of those same youth for years to come. In essence, I began to wonder if being a religious youth really did deter you from engaging in premarital sex, or if these youth have an equal chance of engaging in this behavior as any nonreligious youth? Chastity and celibacy has continued to be influence Western society since early
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Men and Women and the View of Sexuality and Virginity Within their Religious Context

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