Meagan Good Tells Single Women Why They Should Stop Having Sex
I’ve never heard of her before – Megan Good.
At least she isn’t running around promoting use of terms or concepts that annoy me to no end, such as “born again virgin” or “spiritual virgin” (see this link for more).
I’ve not started having sex yet myself, so I find it funny that a portion of this headline reads, “why you should stop having sex”.
It’s sad how even this 30-something actress seems to assume that all unmarried women are boinking outside of marriage. Not all of us are.
There is no acknowledgement among Christians (and Non) that there are any virgins over the age of 25 or 30.
Christians continually assume all singles past a certain age are fornicating. I find this continual assumption unfair and possibly discouraging to adults who have stayed the course on biblical sexual ethics, Christians who are virgins over the age of 25 or 30 and beyond.
I’m not having an easy time following this story I am linking to below.
Based on what I’ve read before, it sounds to me (and yes, I could have this totally wrong), is that she was NOT a virgin before she married.
It sounds as though she was fornicating (with other men), but when she got engaged, she and her honey pie (who she eventually married, or will marry) decided to stay celibate with each other until they married. Maybe I have that wrong, but that’s what it sounds like to me.
Anyway, here is the link.
(I have a few more comments below this long excerpt):
“Minority Report” actress Meagan Good is speaking out about the importance of encouraging young women to abstain from sex in a way that’s seemingly not religious.