Topic Rules wrote:1. Posts must be "academically" oriented.
2. No details or anatomical terms (no discussions about homosexuality or explicit discussions about sex in any way, shape, or form).
3. Post must not divulge personal escapades, as in "I did such-and-such".
4. Note that posts will be removed from the forum if they disregard any of the above rules. If this persists, the topic will be locked for an indefinite amount of time.
5. Please! use common sense and respect for the NarniaWeb community when posting.
Also, while we cannot speak for other countries, here in North America we have laws against teenagers having sex under a certain age with people over a certain age. Should this occur, it's known as statutory rape and the line occurs anywhere between 14-18 years of age. It does not matter if both parties are willing, the older participants will be charged and labeled as sex offenders for the rest of their lives.
We also have a couple moderators that, because of their jobs, are required by law to report any instances of statutory rape they hear about.
Because of this, morals and ethics aside, we will not allow encouragement of sex before marriage on this site as a good portion of our members are well under the age of 18.
And of course, if you're unsure if something you want to post crosses the line, you can always PM any moderator to check
And now...let the discussion begin! As a starting topic, how about this:
"Is it better to have loved and lost, then to have never loved at all" ?
I personally would rather have loved and lost...yes, you will hurt, but you will gain life experience, a better understanding of yourself, and how you relate to other people. However I've recently talked to some people who would rather avoid relationships altogether because you'll just end up getting hurt (they preferred just casual "no strings attached" type arrangements, not an actual defined relationship). What's your take on it?