Dear Steve and Shirley, I'm 30 years old and already divorced. I took my ex-husband from his wife, and then he ended up cheating on me. After the divorce, I had fun dating for three months before I decided to dedicate my life to Christ and abstain from sex. I met a guy in my building that is doing the same thing. We struck up a conversation on the elevator and decided to go on a date, one day turned into many dates, and we're really digging each other. I was having a hard time keeping my hands to myself when I was around him. So I decided we would have sex. He is very spiritual. So we prayed before we had sex the first time, then we started getting freaky, there is no way that this man can be saved and make love the way he does and use all of the filthy language he uses. I thought he was happy to be getting some at first because he immediately started yelling profanity as loud as he could. I've been told I'm excellent in bed, but he showed out too. Afterward, I told him, I like dirty talk, but not that dirty. I've never heard him utter a curse word until we're having sex. It's his thing. I've tried to get used to it, but I can't. We've been in a relationship for eight months, and each time we have sex, he acts like it was better than the last time and he uses new curse words and strings them together to get his point across. When I tried to talk to him about his dirty mouth, he suggested we go back to being celibate. I want to keep having sex, but I want him to replace the cursing with soft moans and groans. He's talking about marriage, but I need him to stop cursing during sex first, how do I fix this?