Saturday, September 13, 2008

Fill in the blank: ____ is NOT a priority for most men.

Alright, it's not strictly a bioethics issue or controversy, but it is an article in a medical journal and the article did grab my attention:

The Journal of Sexual Medicine interviewed 28,000 men in Europe and the Americas and found, when assessing their priorities, that males between the ages of 20 and 75 ranked "honor" and "getting respect from their peers" ahead of having sex.

According to the FoxNews article, "About one-third of respondents said being healthy was the most important factor, 26 percent valued a happy family and 19 percent said they most valued being in a good relationship. Only 2 percent placed a satisfying sex life as their top priority."

1 comment:

Andrew said...

As a man, I agree.

Honor and respect are far more important than sex any day.