Can We Remove Sex from M/F Relationships?
July 29, 2012and see each other as people again?
(l. They have created an hypnotic fantasy: romance and hook- ups.)
If I could do it over, I would not let primitive
reproductive instincts dominate my life.
by Henry Makow Ph.D.
As I get older, I notice that my attitude to women and sex is becoming more "Biblical" -- not due to the Bible, but to experience.
For a man, I think women and sex are usually a major diversion and impediment to realizing his goal, ultimately serving God, the principle of his self-development.
If not for sex, would men and women even associate?
Some men have Platonic friendships with women but is this common?
Male-female relationships are rooted in sexual attraction. We are hardwired to procreate; it's our most powerful biological instinct. Men want almost every fertile female they see; females want babies.
Our Illuminati masters have tweaked this powerful instinct for purposes of social control, turning sex from procreation to recreation. They have created a hypnotic fantasy - romance and hook-ups.
Men and woman now want this fantasy but not children. (Yet, in reality, "sex appeal" is based on reproductive factors.)
Coitus has been given a mystical importance, and deemed therapeutic as well. Sex now completely dominates our lives, and sells almost any product. We have been pinned like insects, narrowly defined and degraded.
The culture is obsessed with sex, like the Illuminati-Jews who shape it. But this is another hoax. As Andy Warhol said, "Sex is the biggest nothing in the world."
If I were 21 again and single, I would not let primitive reproductive instincts dominate my life. Frankly, I would use masturbation to neutralize sexual desire and the power women had over me.
I would remove sexual attraction from my relations with women. It crowds out everything else. I pursued women that otherwise I wouldn't give the time of day.
Conversely, in my do-over, I would try to connect with women on a profounder level.
Confining sex to courtship and marriage used to do this. If a man and woman wanted to sleep together, they would have to be together first.
Monogamy takes the sex out of other m/f relationships because men and women have to be faithful.
The Bible portrays women as helpmates, not soul mates.
How many people have found their soul mate? Is it realistic? God is our soul mate. Making someone your soul mate often is infatuation and idolatry.
Can anyone follow your personal spiritual trajectory? Isn't it egotistical to expect this?
I do not accept the Illuminati shibboleths that a man needs (to satisfy) a woman to become a man. Becoming a man has nothing to do with sex. Masculinity involves power and moral courage (being effective, achieving goals,) not sex.
My attitude to women has become more "Biblical" and in a "do-over," I would downgrade sex in my attitude to women. I suspect my relationships would have improved immensely. I suspect that removing sex is the first step to reclaiming all m/f relationships. We can be brothers and sisters.
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