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Nothing like rolling over on "yourself" to wake you up in the morning...
Oh, I think it feels great to wake up with a boner. It's not just stiff, but arroused and feeling good.
It's great to be a male, even if it is a "challenge" to tame the wild penis, with its propensity to sometimes get untimely boners. Just because one may get hard, is no reason one can't still abstain from sex until marriage. But what reward do we have for doing that? Having to bother with awkward anti-life "birth control," after marriage? And still go against nature? I don't think so. God never required or suggested that, but rather to take care of our children. Once I find somebody I want to spend my life with as a wife, I should welcome getting her pregnant and helping with the children. I do hope I can find somebody, who also would like to have a big family if we can.
I also like wearing boxers, because they are unrestrictive, and just let the penis be hard whenever it wants, without it being uncomfortable or having to wake up.
And when I get married, I have no intention of using any form of anti-life "birth control," because I believe God designed sex to be natural, and would love to have a big family if God allows. Human populations should be welcome to expand naturally, because all the more people would be glad to be born and live anyways. For people to welcome big families, and eagerly make their contributions to the population growth, contrary to the sensationalistic rhetoric of a few anti-life, self-appointed "experts," does in fact much benefit "the many" people who couldn't be born otherwise.
The most natural and healthy outlet for our powerful reproductive urges, after marriage of course, is of course, reproduction. If babies come, they come. The most "natural" form of "birth control," is an already occupied womb. The body (or God) already sort of "knows" when to get pregnant, even without our "help."