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What Do Men Really Think About Celibacy?

considering the fact that, it is diffrent from not wanting to have pre-marital sex

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Well, I wonder if men think married women can be virgins. Hmm.

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@Topic honestly, why must wome worry about what men think of our celibacy? what's the price in this. I am sorry but am tired of seeking men's affirmation, validation in things that involve my personal space, life and body. Celibate or not men deal with it, abeg.

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If U av started f**king y stop if not 4 spiritual reason?

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It was a good experience that served to anchor my life. I came out of it a better man.

Hmmm again? I don't think so because the circumstances that surrounded the event were unique. I wouldn't want to duplicate them at this time.

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^ how was it? would you do it again?

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^^^ Why not?

Been there, done that (2+ years)

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do you have a reason of not wanting to get married?

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I am celibate. Sworn Celibacy. Not getting married, I've told my family, they we're shocked!

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Only two men in here are celibate. The rest are liars.

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Are you a man Chicco?

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i don't think some men can celibate,most especially black men.

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Any men in here HAVE PRACTICED CELIBACY for more than a year?

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they say it's impossible.

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http://www.nairaland.com/nigeria/topic-20778.0.html

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The word "Celebacy" from the word "Celebate" was a misinterpretation. The original translation left out the letter "r". It's meant to be "Celebrate". That's what I believe in. Celebrating with liqueur and women.

Seriously now, I don't think a complete man should completely ignore the major member of his physiological constitution for any reason.

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well, that's another way to look at it

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It turns out some priests secretly have affairs because they realise just what they've been "missing." I'm not a proponent of celibacy -- except one is really under the call. Even then, one has to be careful.

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