|Ask me no more questions and tell me no more lies
||[Mar. 12th, 2005|08:02 pm]
|||||My son being naughty||]|
If Hooters were to become a door-to-door service would they have to change
their name to Knockers?
Hm. My feelings are somewhat mixed on the taboo issue... nonetheless, I find it disappointing that so many people put such a profound value on sex. Sure, it's part of a healthy relationship, but it shouldn't be any more important than any other aspect of the relationship.
For example, if you have someone who has a good heart, nice looks, a great personality, and really loves you, but you don't have fabulous sex on the wedding night, big deal. 4 out of 5 is still rather awesome.
Some things can't easily be changed, but I would disagree that sexual differences are virtually insurmountable. Intimate relations can certainly be improved, if the couple is willing to communicate and be considerate of the other's needs.
Agreed that they can be improved, but I think that some people are completely incompatible in the bedroom... fundamentally so, and that can be a real issue. Sex in a realtionship, especially a marriage can create a LOT of animosity should there be a lot of differences and that will often lead to affairs, which I will never understand how anyone is able to stay married after one. If you can't be faithful to your husband/wife you shouldn't have gotten married is my feeling.
Right... fidelity is vital. That's why it comes down to the core issue- if people are so different sexually, there are almost certainly underlying ideological differences. Which, to me, would seem to indicate they didn't get to know their spouse well enough before getting married.
Exactly- they shouldn't get married if they can't be faithful. That's a major part of the problem today, IMO... people don't take marriage seriously. It should be regarded as a lifelong commitment, and a lot of people jump in too quickly.
Agreed... and homosexuals who have been in life long relationships and are completely committed to each other aren't allowed to legally marry. Seems a little ridiculous to me.
Well... my opinion on homosexuality seems to only aggravate people and get me flamed, so I'll just be quiet on that one.
Sorry if got a little carried away, it's just, my family has had a lot of divorce, and my father was never there for me. Kind of a personal thing for me.
I guess I'm just a sentimentalist when it comes to marriage these days. :(
It takes a lot for me to flame someone, but I'm having that time of the month, so you're probably wise in keeping your mouth shut on that subject today. ;)
And I understand, my parents divorced when I was young, and my sons father isn't exactly around.
Good thing I held my peace! Haha.
No, but seriously... I'll just say that, if it makes you feel any better, I do support civil unions.
I'm very sorry to hear about your son's father (and your parents). I try not to be presumptuous, but I had a feeling that was the case. If it makes you feel any better, I've been told I'm remarkably well-adjusted. I'm sure your son will be too. :)
Oh I have no doubt he will be. It's just too bad that his Dad's a walking penis. :)