If you were able to ask the following questions of all the ladies in the world, how do you think most would answer?
What do you really want? Do you want love and romance and commitment more than sex? Or is sex more important to you?
After watching the video below, The Economics of Sex, Miss C. had this to say:
My female counterparts who are practicing the norms of our current dating culture are hurting us intensely. Having "friends with benefits" reduces our chances of acquiring sustained happiness. Our value is "far beyond rubies." We need to remind our sisters out there, that we are a priceless, hot commodity.
What about men?
If you could choose between the following what would you want? Sex with as many women as you wanted? Or sex with just one lady whom you were deeply in love with?
Nothing is more powerful than love. Paul Faber's Dressing Room is a chapter from a 19th century love story which highlights just how beautiful and fragile love is. Love makes us vulnerable, but only love can fill our hearts and satisfy our souls.
Are we giving children mental disorders? A writer for the Wall Street Journal says yes (see here).