Very interesting that most of you, the seven people that voted, figure that sex is an integral part of a pair-bond relationship. According to the group of people whom I work with, consisting mostly of women, say that being together is the single most important aspect of any relationship, placing sex as an ancillary benefit.
Is sexual intercourse a critical part of an relationship?
- Absolutely! No sex, no relationship.: 0% (0)
- Yes, sex does play a strong role.: 71% (5)
- Sure, but being together is more important.: 29% (2)
- You don’t need sex to be a couple.: 0% (0)
Total Votes : 7
Funny though, when you really think about what the primary duty of a couple is, the justification of sex as an important element becomes clear to me. We all can live quite happily by ourselves, yet if we were continue on as a species then mating becomes our prime-directive. So, why haven’t any of you placed sex as the ultimate reason why you would want to form a pair-bond?