Underselling love.

Bhaas left me this comment last night:

I’m sad that I live in a world where sex is thought of as cheap entertainment with the value of a handshake. I think eventually, a generation is going to see through the muck, religious or not, and want something deeper and more sacred than what you describe as “sex.”

What’s wrong with entertainment?  I’m a fan of entertainment, and sex is not only free but damn good entertainment!  Do I value love more than sex?  Sure, but they’re not the same thing.  If you think that sex and love are inseparably intertwined, far from being sacred, I think you’re really underselling love.

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