Nothing’s more encouraging than reading success stories from others who waited until their wedding night to have sex (as it’s supposed to be). And I believe sharing their story will inspire and encourage others to do the same.
As stated by the author (the beautiful couple pictured above), I agree that in this so called “modern society,” it is those who choose abstinence who are often being judged and ridiculed for their choice, however that’s a whole different subject to discuss why that is the case.
The important lesson from this article is that it’s definitely worth it to wait. And you definitely don’t have to be a “loser, ugly, or both” to be a virgin. In fact, it’s often the other way around, it’s clearly a much healthier choice for your physical and emotional well being and by the fact you can keep yourself pure, it says a whole lot about your character.
“Our wedding was perfect. Our wedding night was nothing short of amazing. I write this on a plane heading into a tropical paradise with the most beautiful woman to have walked the planet earth. I know everybody says that their bride was the “most beautiful in the world.” They’re wrong. I win.”
Another point to highlight from this article is that it dispels one of the biggest myths held by proponents of premarital sex, that you have to cohabit first to make sure you’re compatible sexually or else “you’ll be doomed” in your relationship. Steven’s experience shows that nothing could be further than the truth. Again, while there’s no guarantee in this life, the statistics still show that the chance of him and his wife having a longer and lasting marriage is in fact going to be much better than couples who did not abstain from sex before marriage.
“If you’re wondering whether all of the mocking, the ridicule, the incredible difficulty of saving yourself for your spouse is worth it, let me tell you without a doubt that it is. Your wedding can be the most memorable day and night of your life… or just another party.”
Just remember that it’s still very possible to have a magical and unforgettable wedding night, you just have to do it right. Premarital sex and living together before marriage are definitely not going to help you to achieve that. It’s worth repeating, every action has its consequences and it can be either very negative or positive and the enjoyment of sex on your wedding night (or the next day if you’re too exhausted) will make the burden of waiting such a miniscule problem. In fact, he admits that it was the best thing he’d ever done.
All who waited can tell that the author is telling the truth. And if you think all of this sounds archaic, remember this, not everything old is bad or everything new is good. With sex before marriage, the “old-fashioned” way just works!
Steven’s whole article on waiting until the wedding night can be read from the link below.
Steven Crowder, “Waiting till the wedding night – getting married the right way,” FoxNews.com, 14 September 2012, 15 September 2012.