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Report: Tim Tebow dumped by former Miss Universe for lack of sex

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Not even a former Miss Universe could shake Tim Tebow’s commitment to his faith and vow of abstinence.

According to The New York Daily News, model Olivia Culpo broke up with the NFL free agent because he refused to have sex with her.

Olivia Culpo (Courtesy: Culpo's Facebook Page)

Olivia Culpo (Courtesy: Culpo’s Facebook Page)

They were reportedly in a relationship for approximately two months.  Culpo was named Miss Universe in 2012.

Tebow, who has played for several NFL teams, is a devout follower of the Christian faith.  Many are defending him on Facebook for sticking to his beliefs.

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  • Dean Mitchell

    Well what did she expect? Does she not read People Magazine? The dude doesn’t have sex, and everyone knows that. Sorry, Miss Universe, the way to that man’s wallet is not through the front of his pants. You lose.

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  • Kevin Rahe

    I know lots of people whom I believe did not have sex before getting married, including many who’ve gotten married in the past couple decades. There is nothing weird or unusual about it. In fact, since sex outside of marriage is ALWAYS a mistake, it’s merely acting wisely to avoid it.

    • Reggie Funkpotato

      “Unusual”: not usual or ordinary.

      Most folks have sex before they get married- we can argue if this is a best practice or not or even if it’s right or wrong, but it is unusual not to have sex before marriage.

      Additionally “always” is a pretty strong word to use their. I wouldn’t say it was a bad idea for all the marriages today where pre-marital sex was the case- yet they’re still in happy committed relationships. You’d be hard-pressed to say it’s ALWAYS a bad idea.

      • Kevin Rahe

        If something doesn’t happen a majority of the time that doesn’t automatically make it unusual. In fact, the increasing number of people who never get married at all are even making sex-before-marriage less usual than it once was. Currently it’s about 3% of Americans who wait until marriage before having sex, which is about 10 million Americans currently living – not a small number – and 1 out of every 33 you know. And among highly religious groups it’s more like 20%.

        I cannot think of a single instance in which you could objectively consider sex outside of marriage to be as safe as sex within marriage. For the majority of us there is the inescapable possibility of pregnancy. Then there is the prospect of disease. And that’s not even considering the negative effects of cohabitation on one’s future marriage. (I know that may not be a factor in a single instance of premarital sex, but then I don’t know how you can say that a single act of intercourse before marriage is perfectly okay but not a second, or a third, etc.)

        • Reggie Funkpotato

          3% is out of the ordinary- a synonym of unusual.

          And you stated tha sex outside of marriage is always wrong- but then you just compare pre-marital sex vs marital sex- finding one preferable to the other does not mean one is ALWAYS wrong. You’ve committed a logical fallacy. With 97% of married couples engaging in pre-marital sex and current divorce rates around what? 45%? You don’t really have an argument that sex before marriage is ALWAYS wrong. That’s religious dogma more than anything.

          • Kevin Rahe

            Identify a situation – even a hypothetical one – where you could say that sex outside of marriage is objectively no more wrong than sex inside of marriage, even excluding religious considerations. You haven’t done this.

          • Reggie Funkpotato

            And you haven’t shown us that sex outside of marriage is ALWAYS wrong. You made the original statement- the onus of responsibility is on you.

            But for the benefit of argument- I will say my marriage. We had sex early on. 20 years 3 children and still going strong. On my death bed I’ll be happy to know I didn’t wait the few years we were dating NOT to have sex.

          • Kevin Rahe

            I don’t think I want to wait 20 years, or even 8 weeks or a few days, to find out if something I could have easily chosen to avoid was a mistake.

          • Kevin Rahe

            In other words, if doing something might turn out to be a mistake, but it’s not necessary and avoiding it has no negative consequences, then it’s a mistake to do it in the first place.

          • reggie funkpotato

            perhaps- but in my case the negative consequences would have been missing out on intimacy with my future wife. So there ya go. I’m sure the multitude of married folks who engaged in pre-marital sex feel the same way.

            Therefore your statement that pre-marital sex is ALWAYS wrong is false.

          • reggie funkpotato

            perhaps- but in my case the negative consequences would have been missing out on intimacy with my future wife. So there ya go. I’m sure the multitude of married folks who engaged in pre-marital sex feel the same way.

            Therefore your statement that pre-marital sex is ALWAYS wrong is false.

          • Kevin Rahe

            So if someone has sex outside of marriage but then never gets married, is THAT a mistake? What if pregnancy results? Is it a mistake then?

          • Kevin Rahe

            By the way, regardless of our differences regarding related matters, I do commend you on your commitment to your marriage and your openness to life.

          • Reggie funkpotato

            There are lots of times that sex before marriage is probably a bad idea. I just don’t think you can say “always a bad idea”.

          • Kevin Rahe

            The problem is, someone else in the same situation you were in might have done exactly the same thing you did with exactly the same intentions and expectations you had, but ended up conceiving a child and/or never getting married. By what logic can I say that one of you made a mistake but the other didn’t?

  • Kevin Rahe

    If lack of sex before taking vows is what prevented Ms. Culpo from pursuing marriage with Mr. Tebow, then I’d say she’s not the kind of woman he’s looking for (and she’s perhaps not marriage material at all), and the right thing has happened by them breaking up.

  • James Birk

    What is the world coming to when a man can’t even date a super model without her pressuring him to have sex with her. In the mean time millions of single men are slightly more depressed as they drag themselves to work today.

  • Joe

    She knew that going in. If she is actually disappointed, it suggests she really just wanted him to be her conquest, then all of Tebow’s enemies could trounce around calling him a hypocrite.

  • Prince

    Really cool to have such persons like Tim Tebow, where are the Marys? Where are the Josephs, God’s standard is always the best, let’s promote it, even when it seems senseless. In the end He is always right.

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