Sexual abstinence

Sexual abstinence or sexual restraint is the habit of withholding from some or all aspects of sexual activity. This decision can be taken for a number of reasons: medical, legal, social, financial, moral or religious. Celibacy is a practice of sexual abstinence caused by religious beliefs or by other personal factors.Wien sex
Sexual restraint may be voluntarily or legally mandated. The law in some countries forbid sexual activity before marriage, so does some religions. For those that are not able to find a sexual partner due to various motives, they can go and check the sex clubs in Vienna where the sex club girls are more than happy to help you with your abstinence from sex.
History of sexual abstinence beliefs
In the ancient world, having sex with multiple partners was highly discouraged due to health and social reasons. It was thought that the loss of semen through ejaculation resulted in a reduction of life. Through the help of modern day medicine this argument was phrased differently: the loss of semen results in a decrease of vital nutrients such as lecithin and phosphorus.
Before the “sexual revolution” of the 1960s it was strongly believed by doctors that the high number of mental and physical diseases in men were caused by the loss of nutrients through ejaculation.
However, the beliefs were changing and soon, by the 1970s, experiencing a number of sexual partners was considered normal and premarital chastity was soon to be discarded from several western cultures.

Sexual abstinence nowadays

In some countries, due to religious beliefs such as Muslimism, any sexual activity outside marriage is considered to be illegal. Saudi Arabia, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Iran, Kuwait, Morocco are only at the top of the list when it comes to illegal sex outside marriage.
If you are looking for sex club girls that can keep you up all night, go check the sex clubs all over Europe where premarital sex is not illegal.
In other parts of the world, girls or women suspected to have had premarital sex are being punished by their own family through honor killings or stoning.
There are individuals that prefer abstinence as a way of life. Those are often associated with religious orders such as priests, nuns or monks.

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