I agree that it is every changing for me. I came from a religious background too, and this background definitely shaped my beliefs about love, sexuality, and intimacy in my earlier years.
When we became poly though and my church and religion began isolating and rejecting me saying it was anti-bible, I, then, began questioning everything, and I mean everything, I ever learned from the church or my religion. It bothers me to know and makes me shudder that at one point I was anti-tolerant and extremely prejudiced against different sexualities. Now, I advocate for GBLT and poly rights.
For me, talking about sex no longer seems taboo or sinful, but natural. I realize now that love comes in various forms even for me. I feel more in touch with my self now. At one time, I didn't even like myself, and now, I've learned to love me. Learning to love myself helped me to genuinely love others completely for who they are and not what I want them to be. In order to love others though, I had to get to the roots of who I was and not what others forced me to be or to believe. I learned to take responsibility for my own thoughts, feelings, ideas, and relationships. I discovered that I am a very sexual person, and I truly enjoy sex and nothing is wrong with that like I was taught by my former religious indoctrination. I no longer feel ashamed to admit that I appreciate and am attracted to both men and women and find them both very beautiful and sexy. I have demolished my former taboos and have embraced love in all of its forms. I find the more love I place within my heart the less room I have for hate. This may sound sappy, but it is true at least for me.