I'm fine with it bro. Although I would rather you kept it to one post as multiple posts are in fact longer.
Fair enough, I agree it's a sin to have sex outside of marriage. Marriage is a man made construct, as is virginity and purity, and Sikhi agrees with these. So if we use logic (which Sikhi uses a lot of), marriage serves many purposes beyond having kids, one being sex. Otherwise sex outside of marriage wouldn't be a sin.
I agree the energy could be better spent elsewhere but it doesn't make it a sin.
I would disagree here because I believe sex is a fundamental human need. Alcohol is not.
Not really. Look at the Catholic Church. Many examples of sex crimes are committed by those with some form of sexual repression. Many sex scandals have so called celibate Babas invloved. For the majority of people there needs to be some balance of sexual activity.
First of all why only Sikh males? Secondly posting one tuk isn't going to prove your point mate. Thirdly say I did indulge your posting of Gurbani out of context, why only sexual activity, ਜਤੁ isn't just about sex. If one completely overcame their senses then there would be no procreation either because in case you didn't know, in order to have sexual relations you there needs to be sexual attraction. The fact that sex can be pleasurable is essential for the continuation of mankind. Do you really think if it wasn't people would still be able to have kids? No I don't think so.
I have in none of my posts promoted it. I'm simply refuting your ridiculous theories.
I must reiterate you are the only one saying it's a sin. You have no evidence to back it up whatsoever. And don't say xyz Baba said so. I care little. To say sex is a sin is one thing but to say that sex even for procreation is a sin is verging on blasphemy.
As for your intentions comment, that is by far the most Abrahamic thing you have said. Muslims reguarly say that the intention is all that counts in all matters spiritual or otherwise. I could say it was my intention to go to the Gurdwara but go to the pub instead. Doesn't mean anything.
What does this have to do with sex?
No, winning over or transforming lust is. Lust is not equivalent to all sexual behaviour as a whole. Lust is an obsession or excessive desire. It must be kept under control. If humans completely rid themselves of any and all sexual attraction/impulses, the human race would come to an end.
I'm not doing that, you are, by trying to use religion to justify the contrary. Fact is you cannot prove sex is a sin nor can you prove that it is only for procreation.
Similarly I could say don't use Sikhi to justify a point of view which has no basis.
I strongly suggest you consult an Jyotish practitioner before deciding to get married.