Do you think sexual morality makes sense? This is one question people love to hate. But the answer to this question is partly at the root of success or failure of marriages today. The pressure to engage in premarital sex is so powerful in many places. The world, in fact, is caught up in a sexual revolution. Sexual relationships without marriage are now broadly recognized by parents, schools and the public generally. There is a sort of quiet tolerance of immorality, as if it is needless attempting to stem a new irresistible tide. Even some religious bodies are culpable. Rather than preach and/or advocate complete abstinence, they are busy sharing condoms, in active collaboration with local and international non-governmental organizations (NGOs) who pretend to be working against the spread of STIs (sexually transmitted infections) and STDs (sexually transmitted diseases). Youths commonly believe that, since they are physically capable of having sexual intercourse, and since it reportedly is ‘a lot of fun,’ this is something for them to do. But is it really? Is sex prior to marriage proper? Does it help to make life worth living?