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Why wait till marriage?

Author: Evelyn Millis Duvall
Publisher: New York: Association Press, 1965.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Evelyn Millis Duvall
OCLC Number: 259215
Description: 128 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: 1. What are your sex standards? : Sex standards in America ; Moral questions stir college campuses ; Adults do not agree ; The problem used to be simpler --
2. Everyone does it --
or do they? : Who upholds high standards ; Education is related to chastity ; Needing love makes a difference ; Everyone does it only in certain sets ; Most Americans believe waiting till marriage is best --
3. It's natural : The nature of human nature ; Man is more than an animal ; How can you be sure ; Control is part of life --
4. It's fun --
always? : It's not fun if you don't enjoy it ; Being sexy is not all fun ; Drinking and illicit sex --
5. If you are really in love --
why not? : What do you gain, what do you lose? ; Lovers' double danger ; Miracle of sudden intimacy ; So what do you do, when you love one another? --
6. Is sexual restraint bad for you? : Your development as a person ; The "try before you buy" fallacy ; Venereal disease is still a real danger ; Chastity can be worth the struggle 7. Is pregnancy a possibility? : Why pregnancy is still a possibility ; When a girl gets pregnant , what can she do? ; What can an unmarried girl do with her baby? ; The price you pay, as a girl, as a boy --
8. Would you like to live where sex is easy? : The effect of permissiveness on the relationship ; What does a girl have to lose ? ; What does a fellow have to lose? ; It is the innocents who suffer ; Social problems under permissiveness --
9. Religion- How important is it? : Conscience as your guide ; Positive satisfaction in standards ; Most people want limits ; Respect for personality ; Personal responsibility --
10. How does it affect your marriage , your family? : A happy marriage is worth striving for ; Sex belongs in marriage ; Secure family life ; Sex standards of the family minded ; Your parents and your sex life --
11. What happens to your reputation? : The functions of gossip ; Exploitative pressures and persuasion ; Arguments , rationalizations , and reasons ; Dangers of delusion ; Four reputation- conduct equations ; Finding your way back --
12. How do you see yourself? : Who do you think you are? ; No one is perfect ; A sense of self you can live with ; Bases for responsible decisions , Getting involved- in what?.
Responsibility: by Evelyn Millis Duvall.

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