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Here’s some excellent diagrams that explain it all nicely.Then, because you likely already know that sex causes babies (and I imagine are likely already more familiar with the gestation cycle, birth, and infant care side of things than the average person) I will skip past that part (read here if you need it) and just say that if you are not up for pregnancy (and hey, I’m still not) you should find a birth control method that’s right for you.Still, I want to make clear that I don’t figure I am some expert or even that I am particularly experienced in this arena.In fact, I’ve only kissed four guys in my life (which is apparently about 3 more than your average Quiverfull daughter is ).Thing is, wanting it is instinct, knowing how to actually do it, or be responsible about it, not as much so.
Also, I could write at least five whole posts on Quiverfull/Christian Patriarchy sex myth busting but the bottom line is that no matter what people might have told you (or mistakenly believed themselves), getting on the pill does not cause abortions and condoms do significantly reduce the risk of HIV and other icky things you don’t want.This is just a place to dip your toe in the pond before jumping in the deep end Long time posters are welcome here, too!Please be aware that questions may be very repetitive or about things that have been covered on QFS eleventy bazillion times.The worst bit of info from that study was that in a “hookup” only 11% of women had an orgasm (an incredibly damning statistic for the hookup culture if you ask me). ” I imagined that among people who grew up with the Quiverfull teachings I did that that rate is likely even worse.Also, 10-15% of ordinary women are thought to have never had an orgasm. Then it made me think of this quote by Douglas Wilson, which just makes me shudder.