nathanz posted a comment · Feb 19, 2019
I like DrBrown and I agree with most of this article, but I want to comment on what I don't like. You brought up Rebecca Reid, who said, “Sex is a vital part of a marriage,” she writes. “And the only way to know if you’re going to have good sex is by trying it out.” And then you said, "Kind of like test-driving a car... parents, how would you feel about your daughter being “test driven” for awhile by her prospective suitors? And women, how would you feel about being “test driven” to be sure your potential mate enjoys sex with you?" To which I reply that it was a woman, Rebecca Reid who wrote the column and I doubt she wrote it exclusively to males. So why, Dr. Brown, do you make this one-sided as if it's only females being "test driven" by males? Shouldn't parents have equal concern for their sons and daughters? Are you okay with women "test driving" men? According to the radical feminists and liberals, women are always the victims and men are perpetuators, but that is not reality nor is it fair.
PeterL posted a comment · Feb 18, 2019
This idea of having to try out sex is so absurd. Does a couple fit together? Well, yes, if one is a man and the other is a woman! Whether sex is gonna be good depends on the relationship, emotional balance, but not on physical things (except for some medical conditions). For most couples it has to grow anyway, so the idea of having to try out doesn't make any sense. But, you can give yourself for the first time only once.