I once had the experience of reading the Bible out loud to two people, a man and a woman, who were shacking up.
The woman, when I was finished, suddenly loudly exclaimed, 'my goodness, when I hear a man read scripture, it makes me HOT!'. I was startled, and I calibrated this experience to some other Sunday afternoon experiences I recalled.
This article says nothing about what many many women already know: the greatest aphrodisiac is when their mate speaks the truth to them, from the heart. Lying is a turn off, in short. But if most folks can't trust themselves to tell the truth or trust others to tell the truth, well that has pretty unhappy implications for HER future sex life.
Sadly, in our world today, good liars are rewarded. And the art of 'telling the truth', why that art is just fantasy and not to be discussed!!
Evolution in and of itself is well disguised, it very effectively promotes the art of deception. This article is titanically deceptive in that it approaches this one hot button subject, and offers genetic thinking and great and glorious scientists and their research as the solution. For only scientists are trustworthy .... yeah, right.
Men who don't take their wives to church: take this suggestion... pick a typical 'mega-church' protestant church. Take your wife there, just once. Then, after Sunday lunch, observe the changes of this 'exposure' in your wife. It is just a mere scientific experiment, and you have nothing to lose.
But I predict this: your Sunday afternoon will be of a different, and very likely more rewarding than usual character. Then evaluate for yourself, scientifically, the data provided by the experiment.
(Another way to calibrate the above info is to consider this: pornography, the 'writings of whores', has the ability to promote sexual desire too, but why? Because it is an arena where artificial truth telling is masterfully practiced. After all, the writers of Penthouse Forum MUST be telling their truths, right? Porn-writers are in effect sitting in a pseudo-pew, imitating what is already in churches.
And for many, given they never experience bona fide truth telling, they'll take that product and result, the artifical jolts, and convince themselves this is the best they can come up with.)
Do you believe this is a result of the authoritative truth or the effect of what is perceived as confirmation of mutual dedication?
That's from post 23. Anyone else find that to be a bit strange?