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The video’s insistence that women are the gatekeepers of sex and men only give commitment in exchange for sexual access rather neatly ignores the existence of gay men and lesbians.
Presumably gay men – men, after all, preferring low-cost, no commitment sex – would .
But hey, why let facts get in the way of an agenda?
) Of course, this is if you want to be strictly heteronormative about this.
So sex is not entirely a private matter between two consenting adults. When supplies are high, prices drop, since people won’t pay more for something that’s easy to find.
But if it’s hard to find, people will pay a premium.
And then you have the issue of just where trans men and women fall into this spectrum of “sex” and “commitment”…
In fact, it’s the Austin Institute’s video “The Economics of Sex” that prompted today’s column with its supposedly “novel” variation on the commodity model of sex by insisting that women being too slutty devalues and thus deprives them of any chance of being married. The basic premise of the video is simple: marriage is on the decline in America and that’s terrible.Sometimes the universe decides I don’t have enough rage in my life. This is an idea repeated over and over again, from toxic Pick-Up Artists like Roosh “Once you’ve had sex with a girl 3 times, there is nothing interesting or useful she will give you for the remainder of the relationship.” V to the Austin Institute for the Study of Family and Culture. is a self-consciously hip whiteboard-style talk in the style of Minute Physics, because nothing makes slut-shaming go down easier than cutesy rip-offs of popular You Tube channels. Because apparently sex is a limited, non-rewnewable resource and once you’ve tapped that particular well, it’s dry forever.After being directed to a glowing paean to the idea in the New York Post and then reading Lindy West’s excellent takedown, I had to see this wonder for myself. All we have is the usual “if you give the milk away, nobody will buy the cow” argument, trying to use economics as a fig-leaf to give it the sheen of respectability. People’s first marriages are happening later and later in life – with a median age of 27 for women and 29 for men – and this is terrible. Who knows; if the Austin Institute does, they’re not saying.Because apparently I don’t get nearly angry enough in my day to day life. However, the cause is abundantly clear: women are giving it up to easily.
They weren’t, because to mess around with sex eventually meant, well, becoming parents.