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My Alabama Shaw Family on My Father’s Side From 1861-2014

The way Uncle Jack courted and the lessons it showed

Posted Sept 21, 2016

Annie Shaw-Barnes, Ph.D.
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Hi everyone,

With all my uncles’ efforts, especially Uncle Jack’s and Uncle Charlie’s, there was very little romance by the Shaw children.

When Uncle Jack courted, he walked to church with his girl in front of her parents. At her house, she and he sat in the same room with the young woman's parents. Uncle Jack talked more with her parents, than he did with his girlfriend. During his entire courting life, Uncle Jack rarely kissed and hugged a girl.

Since men, like my Uncle Jack kept sex under taps, until marriage, and had the same romantic desires and ebullience of any man today, who proclaimed sex life after marriage until his life ended and lived to be a 100 years old, it is manhood for our young men today to be like Uncle Jack. Leave something good for the future, the first night and every night the rest of your marriage. If not, even your wedding night, will be just another night and that should never be. Any man, mostly, can have sex, and all men can divert their sexual energies into enjoyable things, instead of sex, and it will make them feel clean, good, and highly confident. Try it! It will make you feel more of a somebody!

Sex is for marriage and never for pre-marriage. Go for it! After all, it is a brief awesome feeling. Go for long term excellence to get good feelings.

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