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EXCUSE ME… ILL, IS IT SEX?

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For many years, even before my tiny-winy self was born and winked at my mother for carrying me in warm and cozy womb for nine months, the issue of sex have always been something that many people will approach with a wrong mindset or even behave as though they are NOT supposed to talk about it, while others take it on as a mere joggle. No time to banter words.

Teenagers, young adults and adults, may in one way or the other have the knowledge of the consequences of illicit sex and its’ wrong attractions (STDs, HIV/AIDS, Staphylococcus, etc) to the immune system of the body whilst on a sex rampage. They either get this information from their Parents, Books, Social media, Health magazines or any other form of media. These days, sex is more like an exchange for something from an opposite sex (I am not referring to married couples now; although some individuals practice this without proper knowledge of doing an exchange for something from their wives or hubbies) most young guys do this when they know they will gain something from their female counter-part or vice versa especially when they are dependent. Some people are careless, while others are careful. Excuse me; sex on a platter of gold is a bit on the absurd level. We have heard of how “sex is for sale” and many are blinded by the god of this world to continue in it without checking the Dos and Don’ts of this sensitive act of Ill-ic-it sex. God is strongly against it. I know he is.

My major question here is, when is one able to know that he/she is having too much sex and need to stop for a while until marriage (Is there anything as having too much sex? I am just wondering). Can a young man who constantly sees big behind females always have to chase and end up having sex with them? Should a young lady who thinks she is too sexy and cute always have to respond to the opposite sex when spoken to, even when she knows EXACTLY what he wants? Why are most relationships geared towards the act as a sole purpose for true love? Sex should not be the main topic before the glimmer of true love would shine.

Excuse me, sex can make you ill in your mind and body if not careful. It’s either you remain sexually pure or get married. I hope I have made your day.

Src: Elcrema.com

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