This is the inaugural column in a new blog series called, “Golf is Like…” Naturally, to launch it I chose to compare golf to sex, since sex is always a good hook. Get it? Hook? Besides, they say golf is a game of inches, don’t they?
It’s often said that the biggest causes of divorce are sex, money, and “the kids.” I would argue that a bigger cause of dissention is food (and the kitchen). In continuing this blog series – and the pre-cursor to a book based on these columns – let’s tackle this divisive issue between men and women!
Men vs Women Talk about Looking and Flirting
I had a discussion the other day with a young woman friend who said she preferred dating older men because the guys her age were only interested in one thing. Ironically it was the guys that either were not interested or feigned disinterest that attracted her the most. I was struck by the irony of her statement, though I was sure it was true for her and many other of her contemporaries. Like the song said, “Love is strange.”
Thursday, January 10, 2013
Wayne Levine (BetterMenCoaching.com) for “The Men’s Room.”
Pastor Drew Sams for “Teen Rap.”
Special Guest, Dr. Jennifer Weberman (The Parenting Playground) for “The Women’s Room.”
This show is loosely inspired by this week’s column, Men vs Women: Sex – Seven Difference in the Sack.
#DadChat Thursday, November 10 at 6:00 – 7:00 p.m., PST tackled Sex and Our Kids. I’ve been asked what that means? Does it mean issues about Dad and Mom having sex? Does it mean abortion? Does it mean when/what is permitted and discussed with our kids? Does it mean contraception, birth control? Does it mean abstinence?
The answer is Yes.
I just read a provocative New York Times column by Camille Paglia called, “No Sex Please, We’re Middle Class,” which struck this man as very true and very sad. Have we sunk to androgynous roles as men and women? Are you having sex? Are we (you?) having less sex? Are we men falling down on our jobs in making “it” happen?
Without going into my bedroom, as my wife would NOT appreciate it, I can only speculate about others. And, my speculation is there’s much truth in the fact that our lives are so equal, so focused on work and family, that the time for sex and the energy required often get put on the back-burner, behind the kids’ needs, our social networking, work we take home, and more.