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324) Kharina 
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Monday, 7 January 2013 18:24

Been happily celibate for sixteen months. I am comfortable with my choice. The only downfall I foresee is ultimately having a partner that is okay with celibacy. However being single is not the worst thing in the world.
323) John Morgan III 
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Friday, 4 January 2013 19:16

Thank you for bringing attention to this subject. John Morgan III, LTC
322) Paul 
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Wednesday, 2 January 2013 10:40

Having grown up with Asperger's, I recently decided to be a committed single, as I'm not the type for marriage and have always felt about twenty years older than I am. Difficult, though paradoxically, I feel it's the easiest option for me.
321) Robert 
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Monday, 31 December 2012 06:03

i am not a virgin or identify with any religion but have decided to surrender my life to a a higher power
320) Leslie K 
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Monday, 19 November 2012 21:23

I have always been happy as a celibate ! After trying to live the normal life by being in two realtionships, both of which I ended, I have no doubt that as a celibate I am myself !!!
319) Donna 
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Saturday, 17 November 2012 02:07

I have found a new life in being celebant, a deeper relationship with Christ and He has healed an illness I've had since age 13,I am now in remission. Thank you Father, your daughter, Donna
318) matt lee 
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Thursday, 8 November 2012 01:33

Great post, very informative. I think a lot of people will find this very useful.Keep post in coming future as well!!! this page is exactly what I was searching for! found your article bookmarked by a friend of mine. I will also bookmark it. thanks!
317) John Morgan 
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Tuesday, 6 November 2012 14:25

Celibrate - I just found your web site. I'm 51 years old and have been celibate for 51 years. In this part of the world, the V word does not apply to guys - only girls. I've always loved the girls too much to narrow down just one - and have chosen to remain celibate for my lifetime. As you have noted on your web site, virginity today doesn't get much respect. And of course, very few people wait until marriage. Sometimes I think the younger people today don't realize that it's possible to wait until any age. Thanks for your support and for bringing this issue to light.
316) Frederick 
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Sunday, 4 November 2012 17:12

Ive always wanted to be a monk. ever since I was 19. Thats when I decided I was going to live a celibate life.
315) LS 
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Tuesday, 16 October 2012 04:56

PH: So why are you celibate? LS: I'm celibate because it's a purer way to have a relationship. PH: What do you mean by that? LS: I mean that sex is an intrinsically selfish behavior. The focus is on one's own inner sexual sensations, with the ultimate goal being procreation. That's all any animal is interested in. What humans call making love is a euphemistic way to humanize an animal event. We don't like to see ourselves as primitive, like the rest of the animal kingdom, so we make up the phrase making love. It's dishonest at the least, and at most, an illusion. PH: Isn't mutual pleasure enough of a reason to have sex? LS: Sure, but we call it love. If you love someone you're having sex with it's just making sex with someone you love as opposed to making sex with someone you don't love. PH: I'm confused. LS: My point is that the idea of sex being an expression of love is a cultural artifact; it's merely a way to promote monogamy, maintain society, and gloat about being above animals. Ir's two different things: we love and we have sex. It's kind of like the Bonobos. PH: Bonobos? Are they like The Sopranos? LS: No, no, They are a species of ape who use sexuality as a vehicle for reducing social tension. Kind of like Make Love Not War. It's honest. It's calling a spade a spade, or in this case, sex sex. PH: Can we get back to humans? LS: Sure.....you see, when a couple in love has sex, it's because they want sex. They already have love. They simply feel like sex the way one feels like food. They make sex.
314) BIRUNGI MARGARET 
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Wednesday, 3 October 2012 14:03

Wow am amazed to know about other people who are leading a celibate life. Am very encouraged to keep going because it makes feel closer to God in a deeper way and level.
313) AD 
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Saturday, 15 September 2012 14:52

I have decided to stay celibate and see where it leads. At the same time, it provokes a question, if its worth it to deny the pleasure of life, even though they are carnal and extremely repetitive? What is the point of going in this endless cycle of spending energy multiple times in a day or a week? Is it better to utilize our time on better things, like raising our levels of conscoiusness than being stuck in the lowest level of consciousness, i.e. our lions? I have realised in a few days, that if you decide to stay celibate, the mind is freed of multiple thoughts about sex, enticements, impressions, dating etc.etc. and now leads to more constructive ideas. If our couple celibacy with meditation for a half to one hour, it increases the focus, calmness and internal strength. However, the questions is raised again, is it worth it to leave the endless cycle in matrix of sex? I am still looking for the answer. But I dont believe celibacy should be chosen just for simple reasons of diseases or for that special one? There is one person special for someone, which is the self. we come alone and we go alone. So, please do what you feel is right and if celibacy is something which you enjoy, please do it.
312) Natasha mwanto 
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Sunday, 9 September 2012 09:29

i have decided to remain a virgine till i get married ofcourse the journey is not easy but if you look at the bright sides of celibacy you will find it has more advantages than being sexually active.i have time to grow as an individual knowing exactly what i want and dont want most importantly ihave even drawn closer to God through his strenthening me,virgin power virgin pride....
311) Michael 
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Saturday, 1 September 2012 04:25

I am so happy that there is a network of celibates who can encourage each other to resist the constant temptation on the media, esp. internet. My hero is Immanuel Kant, a German philosopher who remained celibate all his life and devoted his energy to building a wonderful philosophy.
310) Roberta McGrath 
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Friday, 24 August 2012 05:48

I've been celibate my entire life. It's not difficult. It's mind set and the learned realization of what life is and how to rise above it.
309) Britne 
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Monday, 13 August 2012 01:17

In a couple weeks I will have my 2 year anniversary of being celibate! It's been an amazing road, of course Satan has tried to tempt me along the way, but pouring myself into Jesus and knowing that he has something better for me helps me through this! This has really helped me grow spiritually and I look forward to growing more!
308) Sandra Richardson 
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Saturday, 11 August 2012 21:23

As of September 2012 ,I will have been celibate for 3 yrs.. My celibency started because of a horrible break up. But now I know that me being celibent is about so much more than me not having sex. It is about be obedient to word of god. And for that I am soo encouraged,and much more happy in my life :)
307) Kate 
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Friday, 13 July 2012 02:24

After coming out of an addiction w/ porn, I have decided (God willing) to remain celibate. I'm the perfect example of what not to do, at least I don't feel so alone.
306) John 
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Thursday, 5 July 2012 20:08

After having two children, my wife's libido dwindled to mere nothing. We would average intercourse once per month, but it was not enjoyable for her and it became increasingly difficult for me to climax. About 8 months ago, we decided to have a sexless marriage. It was tough for me at first, but after the first 3 months, we both feel wonderful.
305) Cathy 
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Monday, 18 June 2012 03:22

I'm so glad to find your website! I'm a lifelong celibate and devoted Christian. My relationship with God is the most important relationship in my life. I have a full life, including a lot of volunteer work that fulfills me on a very deep level. I've had my temptations but thank God, feel like God has held me back from making mistakes I would regret later. I wish I knew of more like me around here!
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