WARNING: THIS THREAD MAY HAVE SLIGHTLY EXPLICIT TEXT IN REGARDS TO THE TOPICS AT HAND.
This is a thread to discuss morality within the Christian religion; Catholicism doesn't fall into this category, FYI, they have somewhat different rules that the church and pope impose. Just saying that because lots of people think they're the same, when they're not; although some Catholics may believe in Christ, it still is a very separate church. If you're not a Christian, please don't come in here trying to denounce the religion; but feel free to offer conjecture based on what you know of the Bible if you think it's pertinent at all! This thread is just to be informative for the Christians of this community regarding relationships with other people.
Anyway. What do you think is moral and immoral regarding intimacy in a relationship before and after marriage? Is oral sex immoral even after marriage? Before marriage, is it wrong to kiss or make out with a girlfriend/boyfriend, or is that also sinful just as premarital sex is? Where are all the lines drawn to find out what not to do with another human being?
I think that making out can be dangerous but not sinful; you might carry it too far, for example. It can get easy to get lost in the heat of the moment. Kissing I don't think is sinful, but I have no idea if there are still boundaries after you're married, so long as you don't force the other to do something (though the Bible does mention somewhere that a husband and wife belong to each other, and should not refuse their bodies to each other; another topic to discuss?)