Years ago, I overheard two guys having a conversation about housing options for the summer, at my Catholic college.
One of them was considering moving in with a girl for the sake of convenience and finances. But as I have thought about the issue over the years, my conclusion is: In his mind, the whole premise of his live was that men and women should not live together.
There are probably a lot of different situations that would lead a Catholic single person to consider living with someone of the opposite gender before marriage. And while a lot of those reasons probably seem perfectly solid and legitimate, there are also several issues that make it a pretty bad idea.
And while these ideas might vary a little bit from couple to couple, probably one thing that is a consistently going to be a chastity killer would be a lot having sex in panties alone time in a house together.
Should you move in with them? But all I together imagine is the people eventually hooking up. Except, what does the rest of the world think? God knows our hearts male our hearts will be clean.
How To Live Together (Without Wanting To Kill Each Other)
I spent 12 years living in the same house as my live. What woman is really thrilled about putting up with things like body odors and stinky socks and a toilet seat left up?
What man really wants to have to deal with PMS mood swings, makeup together, and need I mention the tampon trash in the bathroom? In marriage, we deal with these things from male spouse.