Tuesday, January 10, 2012

Andrei More from the cultural desert of academia

A sociologist in England has come up with this
(M)onogamy has ostracised men from doing what they most want to do.

He writes in his new book The Monogamy Gap: Men, Love, and the Reality of Cheating, that cheating is the norm, not the exception to it, and it’s high time that people start embracing ‘sexually open relationships that coexist without hierarchy or hegemony.’
He's done a study
In the study, Mr Anderson surveyed 120 undergraduate men – both gay and straight. He found that 78 per cent of those with partners cheated, ‘even though they said that they loved and intended to stay with their partner.’
In this world there are lots of things I'd like to do - it doesn't make them right.

And if everybody did what they wanted to do whenever they wanted to do it - well our civil society wouldn't last very long, now would it?(1)

People who do what they like regardless of the effect on other people are called er what's the word?

Psychopaths, that's it, psychopaths.

Source: Why men will ALWAYS cheat (even if they love their partners and don't want to leave them)
(1) There is a profound reason why adultery is a serious business and one of the ten commandments is a proscription on doing it.

It's all about paternity and ensuring the father of a child takes responsibility for it and doesn't hand it on to someone else.

Mind you our enlightened moderns think sex is entirely about making your genitals feel good anyway you choose and reproduction of the species is for other people to do.

Except for some idolent rich who fancy a child are more than happy to pay somebody else to carry it for them.

2 comment(s):

Lucia Maria said...

"The discovery, by one partner, that the other is involved in an affair is usually experienced as a totally unexpected and catastrophic event. It is a disaster, like a death - which, in an important sense, it actually is. It is the death of that marriage's innocence, the death of trust, the death of a naive understanding of what the relationship itself is all about. The vows of emotional and sexual exclusivity have been broken, and the reactions, on the part of the betrayed mate, are shock, anger, panic, and incredulity. The marriage, as he or she knew and understood it, no longer exists, and suddenly, the "haven in a heartless world" feels frighteningly insecure and exposed. A fire storm of fierce emotionality - accusations and anger, on the part of the faithful partner."

Quoted by Judith Reisman in her book, Sexual Sabotage. From Intimate Partners: Pattern in Love and Marriage by Maggie Scarf.

It seems Mr Anderson is using a Kinsey technique of ensuring his survey pool is tainted. In this case, 120 gay and straight men. Just about all gay men cheat. Unmarried straight men are more likely to cheat in this day and age as well. Kinsey said that 50% of husbands cheated, but he was lying, by ensuring his subject pool were criminals and deviants.

The purpose of all this is of course to change our morals. If most men are cheating, those that aren't are abnormal and should be cheating as well. It's disgusting.

ZenTiger said...

Eric Anderson is an open gay. He is "married" to Grant Peterson. He writes books on gay issues, and this is just another to try to change people's morality to his own.

His book this is based on advocates sexual promiscuity amongst married people as the only viable solution.

Maybe he's trying to tell Grant something?

His sample size and methodology is totally skewed. He relies on sensationalism in the headlines to do his work for him.

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