By airrinw_33 - 21/01/2013 03:55 - United States - Greenwood
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61, my mother is one of those naive ones. She believes sex is only for after marriage, and never listens to any talk otherwise. if she hears my fiancee has come to visit me by herself, she gets so mad she won't speak to me for a week. I'm 25, have a good job and my own apartment. You're never old enough to leave the nest for some people. If the OP has to be discreet, it may have to be a sad part of life, because I doubt they can pull that mom or of fantasy land.
I think purity is a great thing, if that is what you want and a ring can be a great symbol to represent that. I just don't understand parents giving their children purity rings or letting them make a promise, because its not up to the parents to make that decision is it? I think its better to talk about anticonception and such with your kids than telling then you'll disown them if they have sex. Obviously I'm not saying every 12 year old should be running of and having sex, you can still tell your kids about true love and being ready etc. I just think a purity ring is more of a symbol than a binding contract and only works if one is really committed to it.
You just got suckered into forming an Unbreakable Vow! Very Slytherin of the mother. Was the father the binder?