[Re1] Seems to me the causality here is pretty murky.
[Re2] When women can’t find someone to have sex with, they somehow manage to avoid killing people.
[Re3] Rebecca Solnit blames capitalism for our broken ideas of sex.
[Re4] As you get further into a relationship, the desire for sex (or lack thereof) is a bilateral affair.
[Re5] Nothing about this story is at all surprising.
[Re6] Men may be less invested than you might think in women having the perfect beach body. As I’ve said before, I believe the difference in superficiality between men and women is exaggerated because women can’t be open about theirs and men use partner attractiveness as a social yardstick.
[Re7] I am naturally sympathetic to this argument, but if you have a Civil Union option with the same rights and obligations as married couples, it becomes more comparable to marriage than cohabitation.
[Re8] Scott Stanley presents his study on what happens when couples are asymmetrically committed. This ties in heavily to the cohabitation discussion.
[Re9] This sort of thing is true of a lot of sexy sex scenes in movies, even when they don’t involve sand.
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