You know, I had really bought into the modern “Christian” idea of dating because it appeals to the legalistic Pharisee in all of us.
It’s not all bad, but it often results in a panicked paranoia about the opposite sex that leads to unhealthy self-slavery.
Basically, the Christian subculture of dating says: – Don’t date. The thing is, I completely understand this rigid idea of dating.
– If you date, do “courtship,” which is dating only for marriage. It’s a reactionary philosophy to all the messed up Hollywood values perpetuated in dumb romantic comedies.
Sexual intimacy and sexual pleasure are two of humanity’s most cherished experiences.
A recent study showed that sex makes people even happier than religion. It also knows that forbidding something we crave—making it taboo—can make the craving even stronger.
The Catholic hierarchy is obsessed with sex: who does it, when, how, with whom, and for what purpose.
In fact, I might argue that one of the most fundamental ways conservative religion hooks people is by creating deep psychological hang-ups about sex, for which it then claims to offer a solution.
It's being pitched left and right by people who have never tried it, never had success with it, but read it somewhere and regurgitate it at your expense.
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I wouldn’t recommend signing up a friend or family member up for an account.
Not only do you have to win the girl or guy over, you also have to make sure their pet likes you and each of your pets get along together.
When you got up the nerve to start dating (or to sign up for your first dating site) you imagined how you’d find that one special girl. And on those lucky occasions you managed to land a date, you were left to shoot in the in the dark and hope for the best! So you turn to the internet, just like everyone does these days.