The debate of whether premarital sex is moral or not entirely depends on peopleâ€™s perspectives.
In some parts of the world, the notion of having sex before marriage is not looked down upon, but the sex culture between teens and adolescents are quite common.
Whereas, in relatively conservative countries and communities, premarital sex is considered to be a sin in the eyes of God, which leaves people reeling from guilt of engaging in sexual activities with their lover.
For ages, women have been bestowed with the concept of virginity that correlates with their bodyâ€™s purity. â€˜A womanâ€™s body is only pure until she gives herself away to a man before marriage.â€™
This notion has been widely followed by people across countries where women have been taught to protect their virginity and only give themselves away to their husband after marriage. And marriage, being the sacred bond of all relationships justifies sex as a marital ritual used to satisfy both the partners and also as a way to carry their lineage forward by birthing children. In ancient times, men were allowed to indulge in several sexual relations with other women, but their wife was imprisoned to the sole idea of only pleasing her husband and keeping her sexual desires at bay, patiently.
In many parts of the world, women have been taught that the most significant thing they can do is marry and start a family. But as the years progressed, women now have been taking control over their lives, career, choices and bodies. Women have been getting into relationships and have been engaging in physical relations with their partner as they wish to do so. And as the restrictions of premarital sex bind them from their own choices, women have been thrashing such chauvinistic claims of â€˜body purityâ€™ to prove their claim over their own body.