Things like masturbation, oral sex and sleeping around with your boyfriend don't line up with the covenant story line.
Viewing pornography, reading smutty romance novels and watching movies that exalt immorality don't either. You are not your own, for you were bought with a price. The Lord wants you to make healthy, holy choices about sex.
The world has programmed women to disdain "softness." It pushes a far different ideal for what you should be.
There are truths about Christ and His kingdom that can be more clearly displayed by a single woman than a married one.
Now maybe you think that singleness is not a good gift — kind of like getting an ugly knitted sweater from a frumpy aunt at Christmas; so ugly that you wouldn't even dream of re-gifting it.
Or maybe you wish the gift came with a receipt so you could exchange it for the one you really want.
Isn't your identity intimately bound up with these material forms? Your physical body testifies to a spiritual truth: Softness is at the core of what it means to be a woman.
If you look up the dictionary definition of "soft," you'll find that it means not hard; yielding readily to touch, flexible, pliable; delicate, graceful; not loud; quietly pleasant; calm, gentle, kind, tender, compassionate, and sympathetic.