Tell your daughter that when she orgasms, she should think to herself, 'This is all there is.'
I was never one to feel guilt-free about pushing physical boundaries with boyfriends; I was, if anything, the opposite. I find it impossible to believe that there are more than a handful of young girls who truly value that 10 seconds of toe-curling pleasure enough to dismiss any need for commitment, namely marriage. I mean, I'll take one any day, but would I put myself at risk for STD's or single motherhood for one? Not a chance. I think Dr. Laura's words just might have gotten through to me at 15, when I let myself be guilted into sex. So many girls stupidly believe that there's more to sex with a boyfriend than sex with a boyfriend. But it does not build intimacy, rather tears the seams of the relationship however child-like it may be. It does not prove love, rather proves that no respect need be paid. It does not build a level of comfort in a relationship, rather creates paranoia of unwanted pregnancy or disease. Only when marital sex is experienced can a person truly comprehend God's purpose for creating it.
I pray that I will never have a daughter who values an orgasm more than her health, her emotions, her future, her God. I pray also for the courage to speak with such bluntness to my daughters and son, to be a tell-it-like-it-is parent, always loving, always honest.