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Originally posted by Morningglory
reply to post by Lucid Lunacy
Do you think anok is suggesting that freedom can only exist within the realm of free love, that married people are not free?
I feel freer at home with my husband than anywhere else. am free to totally be myself, let down my guard and relax. He feels the same our home is our sanctuary from the world.
Tell me what freedoms am I being denied? To have sex with everyone I meet or desire? That is not what defines freedom for me.
I do not see sexual promiscuity as the road to freedom.
If you are under the impression that marriage is outdated, old fashion and a complete waste of time then a marriage with you would be just that. Just don't assume your misconceptions of marriage apply to all. No one likes to be so generalized.
Be safe with yourself in all relationships a few bad choices can make for a lifetime of misery.
Originally posted by Lucid Lunacy
That's one of the generalizations. People that are not promiscuous and free-loving, assume all people that are like that don't even know what STDs are and don't take safety precautions like condemns, birth control, etc... Some sure. But that could be said for any sexual lifestyle. You can be free-loving and keep safety in mind...by taking the same safety precautions as everyone else. And plenty living that lifestyle do.
Originally posted by rubyeyes
so please don't judge me.
Originally posted by DL2000
Also, I don't think bisexuality in any way, shape or form is a problem. I don't think homosexuality is, and I don't think having giant orgies with a hundred people is a problem either. I wouldn't necessarily want to be involved, but if it isn't hurting anyone, why even care what others are doing?