God wired us for sex, but our decision to remain celibate until marriage—and God’s apparent lack of movement in the spouse department—gets in the way.
For singles who choose celibacy until marriage, a healthy sex-drive can feel like a curse. Despite what married people say about enjoying singleness and the challenges of marriage, sometimes we just want to have sex.
“Why have young people in Japan stopped having sex?” The Guardian’s Abigail Haworth asked something this week I didn’t think you could ask of a modernized country: “Why have young people in Japan stopped having sex?” It’s called the “celibacy syndrome;” millions of young people aren’t dating, getting married, having kids, or even having sex. […]