Sunday, January 22, 2012

Early to bed, never to rise?

"And yet while young men's failures in life are not penalizing them in the bedroom, their sexual success may, ironically, be hindering their drive to achieve in life."

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John Thacker said...

Surely another version of the "if you can get the milk for free, why buy the cow?" argument, though dressed up in ways to less offend, and less sound like something coming from a conservative.

Road to Surf Bum said...

Women's economic rise means they "need" men less than ever. As men perceive this and react to cues that their potential female mate will forever be leading an active and autonomous public life of earning and work socializing this may alter his threshold for desiring commitment lessens. I would think men might like to feel needed. Absent that, might a man be left with reduced incentive to grow up?