snoqueen wrote:Why is sex outside of marriage wrong for people of the age of consent? I'd like to hear your reasoning.
It frequently causes the objectification of women, girls, men and boys - and leaves them vulnerable to diseases, unplanned pregnancies, and emotional damage.
You seem to have confused forbidding of sex with some magic power to keep people from thinking
Wouldn't thorough, age-appropriate sex education be a better solution than just forbidding every unmarried person from having sex? Like people are going to pay attention to unenforceable edicts like that -- all they do is breed contempt. Look at the Catholic Church, for instance. We all know how well that's been working.
Forbidding sex will work about as well as prohibitions on smoking marijuana or being gay and out or drinking alcohol or visiting prostitutes or looking at porn. Like, not at all plus the forbidder becomes a laughingstock.
Plus, nobody's taking you seriously these days, the way you chase the issue of the moment. How come The Meade suddenly got so churchy, only a month or two after he got all interested in guns?
I suggest you next consider thepossibility of legalizing marijuana, which might help you level out.