How about sexual relations within the realm of commerce?
How much of our tax indebtedness would be removed if the different levels of government treated sex and drugs like any other business? Not to mention the likely reductions in the spending to police drug and sex laws.
Maybe it was my upbringing in mormonism, but I think it has a lot to do with my personality.
I saved myself, ended up married to someone gay, been in a relationship with an old boyfriend for 16 years.
He had a lot of recreational sex before he married and in between his divorce and us being in a committed relationship. My husband--what can I say. I'd say at least 1000 if not more and he doesn't know the names of most of them.
Boy, for the little mormon virgin I was, how did this happen?
My boyfriend used to brag about all the women and I told him it wasn't "attractive," that maybe we should take a break and I could go out and have sex with 20 or 30 guys and then we could get back together.
One thing I do note is that both of these men seemed to like the idea of I hadn't had sex with every guy I ever met. They both wanted someone not "soiled" I guess. It is a real turnoff to me personally. To each his own. Even if I feel that way, here I ended up with the two guys I ever dated that had sex with more people than anyone I know.
Plenty of church members sleep around. Especially the teens and young adults. Nothing new. You have no trouble getting laid at BYU. Some people have a rule breaking fetish. Some like to play the role of the good member and then get off breaking all the rules.