Why is premarital sex bad if it gives pleasure? Why is it viewed a deviant act if there is no constitutional law that prohibits it? Why are parents afraid of having their daughters get pregnant during schooling when in fact, their daughters can just spew out the baby and go back to school again? Is post marriage really the best and the most allowable time to have sex with your partner? Why not before marriage? Will there be any big difference? If sex is sacred, why not do it in holy places? Not just in mere beds, hotels rooms, sofas, or toilet bowls and lavatories?
These are some paradoxical questions that hang back and fly in the verge of premarital sex issue. Immature yet argumentative and nearly stupid yet philosophical.
The ever-redundant-yet-still-pressing zone of premarital sex can never conceal the reality that a number of teenagers is indulging in premarital sex increases and grows in numbers. According to a study conducted by the UP Population Institute, one out of four Filipinos aged 15-24 are engaging in premarital sex and their study also says that close to four million youngsters do it with 30% of the respondents doing it inside their own homes while 18% were doing it outside. Most set it as a trend and later as a need.
Not all that gives pleasure gives good. Deviance of an act doesn’t need any support from any constitutional laws just to spare it from the stigma of deviance. Parents are not afraid of their daughters’ pregnancy but they are afraid of those tongues surrounding them. Post marriage can not be the best and the most allowable time to have sex with your partner but it is the proper one. Sex before and after marriage has a big difference. Just do the math. Sex is sacred as an act, NOT as to where you’re performing it. Holy places? Church is a holy place. Not funny.
These are paradoxical answers to those paradoxical questions. Logical and true.