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We are not affiliated with any particular religion, although we have members of all faiths and many with none.If you're waiting, or dating somebody who is waiting, then this site is meant to make your life easier (and introduce you to some new friends).Whether personally religious or because they come from a religious background, the majority of those who've decided to wait to have sex until marriage have some sort of religious affiliation. Clementine, a 21-year-old woman, said that, for her, it was more about her desire to wait for the right person.This meant she wasn't necessarily planning to wait all the way until her wedding day. " she admitted to "Before I met my now-husband, I had never really met someone who I wanted to be with," Erica, 30, explained, "I've had my fair share of chances of course, but it never felt right." Like Clementine, Erica said she hadn't planned on waiting until she was married to have sex, but said "it was never a big part" of her and her partner's relationship and she knew she wanted her "first time to be special." One atheist by the name of Leo has completely taken the matter of religion out of the equation, and instead said he's waiting is to have a "better chance at a successful marriage" and to form a "healthy self image" — among other reasons.According to Waiting Till Marriage, an organization that supports abstinence before marriage, around three percent of the United States population waits until they are married to have sex.While it's true that this percentage is small compared to those who don't wait, there's still around ten million "waiters" right here in America. Some of the biggest myths, as pointed out by Waiting Till Marriage, is the thinking that "normal" and "attractive" people don't wait to have sex, or that those who are abstinent are asexual or have a "lower-than-normal sex drive." Do you want to know the real, unspoken truth about waiting until marriage? that she and her husband waited to have sex all throughout their six year relationship and until their wedding because of their Christian faith.
"I'm not ashamed to say it," she said before dubbing abstinence as the second-best decision of her life.
"When people are asked to say what 'having sex' means to them they'll tell you a range of activities," Petra Boynton, a social psychologist and sex researcher who works in International Health Care and studies sex and relationships, wrote in an article for of her first time having sex with her husband.