Some of us don’t believe in sex before marriage. Some have vowed to keep the cookie till after walking down the aisle. That’s ok. But you can’t just leave it to chance that you both will be sexually compatible. And they don’t tell you the nitty gritty during pre-marriage counselling. What if you’re not compatible? Like it or not, sex is a vital part of marriage and should be considered with as much gravity as religion, values and other major beliefs. Without actually going all the way to consummation, here are some ways to confirm you and your partner are s3xually compatible without having s3x and breaking your oath to celibacy.
Question of the day: What do you like or dislike in the bedroom?