It is Saturday night; you are getting ready to go out for a night on the town. Since it is singles night at the local bar you decide to go there and spend your Saturday night, maybe get in a game whilst you indulge yourself in drinks. At the bar you not only meet someone to your liking but after a couple of drinks you find that you wake up the next morning with her beside you, not remembering exactly what happened last night. All you can remember is the wild dancing and the loud music.
It takes you a long time before you can realize that you actually slept with someone that you ad know for a mere couple of hours.But that is perfectly normal and you return to work the next day as if nothing happened over the weekend. After all it s the 90 s. This situation might seem very familiar to a number of people for this seems to be the ongoing trend in meeting people and acquiring pleasure. Sex without Love has become common practice in the 21st century, with very few people stopping to ask, «Is it really worth it», or «Is that the right thing to do». Well has anyone stopped to ask, «How do they do it» How is it possible to have sex without making loveSex has become a mere form of entertainment, a form of acquiring pleasure without the feeling of love. It is not necessary to be in love to make love.
That seems to be the dominant view in present society. Nightclubs, bars, pubs, are not only places where someone goes for a drink but is somewhere where someone can actually meet someone and sleep with them the same night. People spend a great deal of time on themselves working out, looking good so they can attract a member of the opposite sex hoping that they would manage to sleep with someone who looks good.Whatever happened to actually knowing what someone really is like before actually sleeping with them After all is not the best pleasure acquired only when we fall in love Or is it that love has become a rare part of life The 21st century has experienced Sex without Love, and in the opinion of this reporter the American society has witnessed the loss of basic human values. But I am sure that there are people who might disagree.
Although I feel that it is imperative to stop and ask us, Why This is an issue that should be addressed lest it is too late.