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Hello!

My question is: is this collocation OK: try sexuality; What about outside the marriage? Can aside function here?

The Pure types gladly try their sexuality outside the marriage/aside.

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Hi,

The Pure types gladly try their sexuality outside the marriage/aside.

I'd say The Pure types gladly test their sexuality outside marriage. 'Try' is not good. You could say 'try out', except you have the word 'out' later in the sentence. 'Aside' is not OK.

Another way you might talk about this is The Pure types gladly try extra-marital sex.

I find the meaning a little contradictory here. Wouldn't 'Pure' people avoid sex outside marriage?

Best wishes, Clive
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Hi Clive and thank you very much. Your suggestions sound great.

This text is ironic and that's why you find it confusing.