Another thread on this board got me thinking about the ways in which so many of my decisions in life are rooted in the desire to facilitate intercourse. Now, I’m not driven by sex in every conceivable way, but the motivation is certainly there - in at least some noticeable capacity - and it’s prevalent enough that I at least have to acknowledge it. The thinking, for example, goes like this:
-I go to school so I can get a good job so I can have sex.
-I work out so I can get a good body so I can have sex.
-I go to work so I can make more money so I can have sex.
Sexual motives aren’t the primary driving force behind everything, mind you, but they certainly can constitute as much as half of the motivation behind many of these lifestyle decisions.
I’m honestly just curious whether women are driven in a similar way. My guess would be that they generally aren’t, given that they just tend not to be the sexual deviants that most men grow into. Still, it’s an interesting question.
What say you?