I do. I think sex should be saved for two people inside a committed relationship who have feelings for each other. I think sex is too casual and too "easy" in today's society. And the music these days makes sex look so grimy. I miss the days when people would wait a while to have sex. I also think people (especially women) should live at home until they're married. However, this doesn't mean I judge those who have casual sex or move out before they're married. To each their own! I just personally wouldn't do those things myself.
What are yours, if any? What about any super modern views that not a lot of people have yet? One of mine would be that I wouldn't want to take my husband's last name. I would want to hyphenate. Unless his last name is REALLY fitting and I like his family a lot.
Dunno if this counts but... I'm generally a pretty laid back, chill person. Like extremely laid-back. But whenever I meet ANYONE new, I will always stand up and shake their hand. I thought it was normal but some people are like whoa, chill out
I do, I think a man should be a man. (well, unless he doesn't want to), but MY man has to be a man. He shouldn't worry about getting his hands dirty, and he should be able to fix things around the house. I also think the man is the one who should propose.
My sexual and love lives are pretty traditional (I still believe in soul mates and I choose to only have one sexual partner for life), but my opinions on any lifestyle are usually more modern and open, and I am only against things that are harmful to other people. Everyone should do what makes them happy.
I'm waiting to have sex 3nodding It will be more special to me that way and not something casual.
However living with my parents until I am married emotion_puke no.
So true about waiting. I wish I would've waited longer to have sex but meh... that was years ago. All I can do is make better choices today.
And yeah, haha. I understand that some people have nutty parents they want to get away from. In those instances I can definitely understand people moving out before they're married or engaged (because I def believe in living together before marriage: it's the ultimate test to see if you're ready to actually be married, imo).
Anyway, all I can think of is how I despise how sexual movies can be. DID THAT SEX SCENE REALLY NEED TO BE IN THERE?
I do! I love the Pats and Packers. Totally random choices I know.
But agreed. Especially in modern movies where the guy is always some stud getting all the chicks. It ruins the movie for me. Like, I'm a girl. The guy isn't any more "heroic" if he sleeps with everyone. Same goes for unnecessary violence or cursing. It's sad when a movie is rated R because of two f-bombs and an unnecessary detailed sex scene that could've been cut out and therefore made the movie watchable by me AND one of my parents and/or little brother.