How do I love thee? Let me count the ways. There’s, uh, hugging, obviously, and holding hands . . . there’s hanging out and talking of course . . . I can, uh, tell you that I love you, that seems pretty straightforward . . . write you some poetry, maybe? I feel like that’s probably a pretty good list already.
Oh, uh, kissing? Well, uh . . .
Maybe back when I was 15-years-old or so I decided, purely on a whim, to not kiss until I knew I was going to marry the person I was locking lips with, while I was casually talking on the phone with my then-girlfriend. A decision that could, in all likelihood, lead to something more or less like this:
Posted in bizarreness, Christianity, morality, relationships, religion, sex, Youth
Tagged base, Christian, Christianity, dating, engagement, first kiss, intimacy, kiss, kissing, make out, marriage, osculation, personal, physical, premarital, purity, relationship, romantic, sex, sin, smooch, snog, temptation, Valentine's Day post, virgin, wedding day
KAT: Welcome everyone to this week’s Evan and Gordon Talk. This week I will be stepping in for Gordon as he has tirelessly posted a whack of articles all in a row and could probably use a bit of a rest. Even the reds need their sleep.
Today Evan and I will be talking about weddings [and marriage].
And no, I would like to clarify for you all that Evan chose this topic. Not me. And don’t gender stereotype. It’s bad for your health. Continue reading
Posted in Evan and Gordon Talk, feminism, money, religion, sex
Tagged age, Christians, couple, emotions, Evan and Gordon Talk, feminism, finances, financially sound, husband, marriage, money, sex, wedding day, wedding expenses, weddings, wife, young