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  • Sex Education And Abstinence
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    Abstinence is the Only Thing that can Work Sex outside marriage is at best, wrong; at worst deadly. Today's children are basing their decisions about sex on moral and social values. The accepted moral code is pretty black and white - don? t. Our society, however, has always been able to bend the rules to suit the current trend. Right now that trend is? young people shouldn? t have sex outside of marriage, but if they do, they should do it safely.? Herein lies the problem: Because most adults gre...
  • Separate Twin Beds For Rose And Greg
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    Movie Review: The Mirror Has Two Faces The movie stares Barbara Streisand as Rose Morgan a lonely, single, low self esteemed woman who lives with her domineering mother Hannah Morgan played by Lauren Be call in New York. Jeff Bridges who plays Gregory Larkin a math instructor at Columbia University is a man in search of the perfect woman who is not interested in sex but only. Greg places a personal ad in a singles paper and receives enormous response. He reviews the responses to his ad and decid...
  • Major Role In Jack And Netta's Marriage
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    The way we view marriage today differs greatly from the past. Our views and opinions on marriage and its meaning have changed considerably. Marriage is not necessarily less valued, but just viewed differently. Traditionally, marriage has been looked upon as a primary purpose of founding and maintaining a home and family. Fifty years ago, the majority of women were dependent on their husbands to work and support them. Their role in life was to take care of the children, their husbands and maintai...
  • Lutyens House
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    Lust and Lutyens The Architect and his Wife: A Life of Edwin Lutyens Jane RidleyChatto and Wind us 25, pp 488 Jane Ridley does not quite blame the sexual incompatibility of her great-grandparents, Edwin and Emily Lutyens, for the tower blocks of the 1960's, but it's tempting to cut and paste her narrative a little to come up with a pretty startling new interpretation of the course of British architecture in the twentieth century. Is a Lutyens house, she asks at one point, 'an architecture born o...
  • Physical Effect Of Premarital Sex
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    Premarital Sex Premarital sex, an act that is practiced excessively in the world today, is not all that it is caught up to be. It definitely has more side effects than benefits. Premarital sex is an action that causes one's emotional, social, spiritual and physical being to become corrupted. The regretful effects are widespread and can alter one's life forever. The emotional results of premarital sex can lead to psychological damage. This includes confusion that can cause one to question his own...
  • Premarital Sex And Cohabitation
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    Premarital Sex The controversy over premarital sex has never been more profound than it is today. The very mention of the word brings forth radically different reactions. At one time, the very subject of sex was taboo, and then the sexual revolution was introduced as a time when people were unrestrained and open to explore their sexuality. Today, many have become so inordinately apprehensive about sexually related diseases that they perceive premarital sex as totally foolhardy. I am of the opini...
  • Common Use Of Contraceptives In Teen Sex
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    Pre-Marital Sex: Is It Worth The Wait Pre-marital sex, young Catholics know it is wrong. So why do they do it Most teenagers have heard or coined the phrases everyone's doing it. If you loved me you d do it and also It's okay I have a condom. Sex before marriage can be harmful to your body, your future, but the scariest of all your eternity. In this paper we shall look more into the Catholic point of view on pre-marital bliss. The purpose of sex is to unite a married couple as one loving body in...
  • Church Rule Against Same Sex Marriages
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    Today in society there are many pressures put upon people by others and their beliefs. One of the major pressures it puts on people is the pressure of homosexuality and whether it is right or wrong. Homosexuality is on the rise in the United States as well as many other countries around the world. Along with the rise of homosexuality is the rise of marriages that are taking place in these socially incorrect relationships. Throughout the country and in other countries there has been a numerous in...
  • Health And Sex And The Affects Marriage
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    Response to Predators and Nurturers In "Predators and Nurturers" by Sylvia Ann Hewlett arises the question of if it is beneficial for men and women to be married or single? The argument is made that marriage is good for men and bad for women that are educated. Hewlett uses recent research to argue and support her findings, and I would have to agree with her that marriage is beneficial to both sexes. Marriage has shown to be beneficial to men and women physically, mentally, emotionally, and finan...
  • Look The Moral Responsibility Of Sex
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    Sex. Just reading or saying the word demands attention. Sex is the one of the most important things in our species. Humans rely on sex for reproduction, affection, and pleasure. The surprising thing is about sex is the amount of responsibility and consequences involved. The largest part in the responsibility aspect is the decision of when to have sex. One of the greatest issues for a lot of people and politicians is sexual activity by teenagers. Yet through my research I believe society has lost...
  • Same Sex Marriage Some People
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    Same Sex Relationships Running head: Same Sex Relationships Same sex Relationships: Lets Take a look inside Sherry Windsor Soc 3/LO 2 Marra ige and Family RelationsWesthills Community College Professor Dr. Loyd Gane y Jr. March 21 2005 SurnameAnomous Apr. 11 2002 Equal marriage for same sex couples Should the way same sex relationships are viewed be changed? In today's society its always the moral side. But just like heterosexual relationships finances and other things are also involved in the d...
  • Premarital Sex Relationships
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    There is no doubt that there are many reasons why teenagers should not engage in premarital sex relationships. Although teenagers, specially during this time, regard this activity as normal and a way of practicing, it is actually a dangerous, harmful, risky and seriously unsafe activity that implies many negative consequences. However, a statement from The Waters Organization demonstrates a generalization of the adult world's point of view concerning this situation: today it is still not a "soci...
  • Truth About Sex
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    The Truth about Our Sexuality The Catholic faith does not dislike sex. Our modern day society of death would probably disagree. The fact is, however, that our sex-crazed society simply does not understand our Church's view of sexuality and celibacy; it does not understand the truth. Our society sees sexuality as a way of gaining personal pleasure, but the truth about sex is that it is the giving of ourselves to our spouse in the marital relationship. The wrong in our society is very obvious. Por...
  • Homosexuality And Sex
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    Homosexuality is an extremely controversial subject, not just within the Church, but also within all of society. The Church states that homosexuality is only wrong when individuals act upon it. Since sex is only for procreation, and two people of the same sex cannot procreate, then for them to have sexual relations would be sinful. In today's media, homosexuality as well as "free sex" are both highly glorified. Many morals have been lost, but we, not only as Christians but also as moral individu...
  • Consequence Of Premarital Sex
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    The concept of love throughout history all comes down to relationships and intimacy. It is common knowledge that human beings, by nature, need to love and be loved. The love involved in any relationship can be seen through our relationships with the family, a boyfriend / girlfriend or just a close friend. The most important thing in any relationship is the way in which love is expressed and there are many ways in which it can be expressed, which include; kissing, intimate communication, hugging,...
  • Noteworthy Among The Changing Views On Marriage
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    Have you ever heard the saying "opposites attract"? It describes the relationship between a husband and a wife. Even though all of the marriages are the union of a man and a woman, each marriage has its differences. I am from a traditional Chinese family and my parents just celebrated their thirty-fifth anniversary. I compared past Chinese marriage and current Chinese marriage, and found marriage in China is now undergoing change. People are getting married later, and the percentage of people ge...
  • Homosexuality And Same Sex Marriage
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    The denial of marriage rights to same sex partners is a direct violation of one's civil liberties. In the U.S. constitution, The Personal Freedoms Protection Amendment was created to protect the rights and choices of U.S. citizens. The amendment states that, "Behavior expressed in the pursuit of happiness, which does not force others to participate against their will, is an unalienable right to the American people" (Kruger 67). Gay men and lesbian women seek relationships with partners in their ...
  • Harry Silver's Failed Marriage
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    Marriage can be defined as a socially sanctioned union typically consisting of a man and a woman - a husband and a wife. This marital institution is the emotional and economical bond between the 2 individuals, forming a household. Thus, marriage grants the rights and obligations to the couple in raising children, owning property, sexual behaviour, kinship ties, inheritance, emotional intimacy and love (Wikipedia 1). However, as with any human relationship, dissimilar demands bring about conflict...
  • Debate Over The Morality Of Premarital Sex
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    In the debate over the morality of premarital sex there are two main sides; one being the liberals and one being the conventionalists. Liberals reject the ideas that suggest premarital sex is immoral. In opposition, conventionalists would say that sex before marriage is totally unacceptable. Both sides propose a variety of arguments that defend their viewpoints on premarital sex and the moral issues that entail. Before we jump in head first, we need to define marriage. Some say that marriage wou...
  • Right To Marriage
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    Same Sex Marriages There are so many factors that may affect one's view of this topic it becomes easy to see why it is controversial. To list all of the arguments would be impossible. However, by focusing on the main topics that both that both defend and disagree with the issue, we are able to get a brief glance at the enormity that the outcome of a problem like this carries in our society. Right from the beginning the bible states that it was not good for man to be alone; ? therefore shall a ma...

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