Oral sex is still sex in my book. Someone that has had oral sex is far from being a virgin in my book. Virginity isn't just about the penis entering the vagina. Being a virgin in my book is being pure of any type of sexual encounter with another. People that have done everything but regular sex that believe there are still virgins have a messed up sense of what it means to be virgin.
Oral SEX. It has the word sex right in it's name (and yes I am aware there are other names, but anyway) Either way, I believe it's wrong. God tells us to flee from sexual immorality, not inch as close to the line as we can possibly get. My opinion is, it's fine once you're married, but not before than, and even then it's between the couple.
I can offer my advice. Don't do it. Sexual intimacy is reserved for the bond of marriage. The feelings and emotions released when you perform sexual acts with each other, when not in a loving marriage, can do horrible things to your relationship. It will seem innocent at first, but the more you do it, the more farther away from God you may find yourself, and also farther away from your SO, emotionally. From experience, the two previous relationships I had where there was fooling around involved did not end well and I am giving my all to maintain purity with my fiance before our wedding.
Honor God now and He will honor your sex life when you marry.
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My girlfriend and I have been seriously dating for more than a year now. We both have been looking through various websites approving/ and disapproving this act. But we cannot find a solid answer, because the Bible doesn't specifically mention oral sex but on the same note it says to flee from anything sexually immoral. I would like to know what you guys say about it and justify your reasoning.
I think is great as long as both participate. Lots of guys like to get it, but don't seem to want to give it!
I’d like to propose a scenario: You are not married, but plan to do so some day. That means your future spouse is out there somewhere. They could be in school, at their job, volunteering, exercising, sleeping, or maybe they are sitting in a room alone with another individual that they find attractive. As you read this, that other person is trying to talk your future spouse into oral sex. If you could say something to them, what would it be. Would you say, “Go ahead honey, just don’t go all the way.” I think you’d feel pretty sick about what that other person is trying to do to your future husband or wife.
My opinion is it’s the same as any premarital sex. It robs you of your innocence. It easily leads to much more sexual and adventurous encounters. Just think, from that first kiss… it was ok for a while, but soon you’d hold each other, you’d want to feel loved and be close. Soon more intimate kissing will follow. If that’s as far as it goes, some people might say that you’ve already gone too far and need to back off, but just think of how easily your actions would progress from oral sex.
If a guy needs to place his genitals into the mouth of his gf to show her how much she means to him, then it shows exactly what she means to him (girls too)