Measured Against Reality

Tuesday, January 23, 2007

Sex Quote 2

The sex quote from a few days ago was written by William J. Robinson, M.D., editor of the American Journal of Sexology. In case you forgot it:

A dozen sex acts of today do not in their totality equal the thrill, the pleasure and the romance of one sex act of, say a generation ago. The thing has been so commonized, that there is little to it except the momentary physical enjoyment.

What I found remarkable was that it was written in 1917, but I could almost hear it being uttered today, nearly 90 years later. I think that says something about how the people who say things like that think.


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