Coconut Generation

The Next Generation of Asian Indians

More teens turning to sexual abstinence message October 9, 2007

Filed under: Culture,Family,News,Youth — Sam George @ 7:37 pm
Tags: , , , ,

I read with interest a news report about more teens are questioning commonly held views on teen sexual behavior and reverting abstinence as the best way. Check it out for yourself.  The report said, “more and more educators, parents and health professionals are concluding that sexual abstinence until marriage is the wisest, healthiest lifestyle for all teenagers.” What a revelation!

Every idea has a consequence. Many have paid dearly (in some cases with their dear life) for believing in the lies of sexual liberation. This is nothing new. In the past whether it be alcohocol, smoking, drug, adultery etc were promoted on account of personal freedom and rebellion against moral ground of behavioral reinforcements.

Like everything else sexual freedom and safe sex message has come a full circle. Many have fallen victim along the way on this journey. What does it take human being to align themselves to their Creator’s design and live life within the prescribed boundaries. Why are we inclined to push the limits further and further or even desiring to see what happens when moral rules are broken?

Now there enough cases to prove the point the absitence until marriage and faithfulness within marriage is the best way to enjoy sex to the maximum. Whether it poor kids in inner cities of America, red light districts in Mumbai or reversal of AIDS trend in Uganda are all proving what we all have know. Sexual purity matters, not only for ourselves but for the health of the entire communities.


2 Responses to “More teens turning to sexual abstinence message”

  1. halchaffee Says:

    Great blog. People need to realize that they can’t do just whatever they want to do and not have consquences. High teen pregnancy rates and high STD rates have proven that sex comes with consquences. It’s just smart to keep sex in a mutually monogamous relationship – marriage. It works and it has always worked. I’m sorry if some people don’t like that.

  2. A good point as I see it. I was 19 and the wife was 18 back in the late 50s and we were taught complete abstinence. The temptations were there but we were taught different so we waited.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s