By Fr. Lazar Arasu
1. In desperation for love and relationship
In “love” relationships, some desperate women give in to a man’s sexual demands, even on the first date, if he threatens to dump them.
2. Lust/sex mistaken for love
It is not uncommon that people have sex on the first date because they mistake lust for love and forget that lustful men are looking for an opportunity to trap them to satisfy their sexual desires.
3. Craving for sex
Most people who are addicted to sex often end up having sex on the first date or after a brief acquaintance. Such women crave for sex so much that they will have it with anyone, even if they have just met them.
4. Sex to relieve stress
There are some women who are facing challenges in their marriages tend to have sex on the first date or with casual friends as a way of relieving their stress or to revenge against their partners, especially if he starves them sexually or dissatisfied in sexual life.
Excessive alcohol and meeting in places like bars and nightclubs often lead some men and women into having sex on the first date, especially if they get drunk.
6. Trapped by loose men
Many men have made it a habit to hang out in night clubs and cajole naïve and immature woman into having sex with them. There are also loose women involve in sexual acts in a casual way.
7. Trial sex
Sometimes desire to find out their compatibility – how good their partner/new catch is in bed often forces some couples to have sex on the first date. It can also be motivated by mere physical attraction.
8. To revenge the partner
Women who are stressed in their marriages often have sex on the first date with other men and use it as a way of revenging and paying back their partners who are often on the sexual network.
Christian vision of sex – Pope Benedict XVI
There is an urgent need for the entire Christian community to recover an appreciation of the virtue of chastity. The integrating and liberating function of this virtue should be emphasized by a formation of the heart, which presents the Christian understanding of sexuality as a source of genuine freedom, happiness and the fulfillment of our fundamental and innate human vocation to love.
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