But it seemed no sex before marriage was a deal breaker for him.
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The truth is, I’m not avoiding sex before marriage because I’m afraid of it, socially awkward, or some other crazy misconception.
Instead, I’m avoiding sex before marriage because I want something more than a night of pleasure; I want decades of happiness.
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“The most common response I get from disbelievers is that positive men use ‘undetectable’ as a way of getting people to sleep with them without a condom,” says Tyler Curry, an editor with the new group HIV Equal, who has written about his frustration with gay men still ignorant about what it means to be undetectable.
“Positive men don’t want to transmit the virus to someone who is negative just as much as a negative person doesn’t want to become positive,” Curry emphasizes.Giving into sex that night might have solved my immediate desire for companionship, but it wouldn’t have solved my long-term, stronger desire for a happy, lasting marriage and a healthy sex life in marriage.Studies show that sex too early in a relationship or multiple sexual partners before marriage can have lasting effects on a happy, healthy relationship and sex life in marriage.Ben Summerskill, chief executive of gay rights campaign group Stonewall, said he was ‘delighted’ at the announcement, which he said was ‘particularly resonant’ as it came on United Nations Human Rights Day.In a message to same-sex couples making preparations to walk down the aisle together, he added: ‘Don't forget, if you are thinking of booking a date for your big day in the new year, it's now against the law for any business to treat someone less fairly because of their sexual orientation - whether they're a register office, a hotel or a florist.Tory Culture Secretary Maria Miller said: ‘Marriage is one of our most important institutions, and from March 29, 2014 it will be open to everyone, irrespective of whether they fall in love with someone of the same sex or opposite sex.‘This is just another step in the evolution of marriage and I know that many couples up and down the country will be hugely excited that they can now plan for their big day and demonstrate their love and commitment to each other by getting married.’Ms Miller said she was ‘working hard’ to ensure that couples wishing to convert civil partnerships into marriages - and married people wanting to change their legal gender while remaining married - will be able to do so before the end of next year.