Tuesday, January 23, 2007

Pathology Behind Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow

There's a post over at Pandagon about Dawn Eden’s use (in her book Thrill of the Chaste) of the song "Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow?" Ms. Eden uses the song as evidence that women all secretly use sex as a way to secure commitment from men.

If the song is evidence of anything about heterosexual relationships and sex, it's that men manipulate women in order to get sex that would NOT be given to them if they were honest. Implied in the title is that the man has told the woman that he loves her, but the woman has learned that even men who seem to genuinely love them can turn out to be manipulative users.

If there is a society-wide moral to this story it's that men are ethically challenged when it comes to sex.
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