Girls gone. Wild.

Women are acting more and more “wild” at bachelorette parties and other public places because their erotic sensors are getting numb.  Calloused.

(Also true of men but that’s a different story.)

Eroticism is a symptom of the death of sex, not its liberation. The spike in activity is an apparent surge of vitality right before the last gasp, a deceptive phenomenon.

As this progresses, sexual joy in marriage (and the relational intimacy which flows FROM it) will become more and more elusive and men and women will become more and more desperate, and the culture will become more and more “erotic”.

Where does all this end? In the public bathhouse of Greece, where anyone who wants will copulate with anyone else.   The expressions of faces will be the expression you see on a female dog as they mate, she staring off vacantly into the distance waiting for it to be over.   She accomodates but does not react.   It ends in a whisper, not a bang.

Women and men in our culture are desperate for intimacy, and they keep rubbing the same callous over and over hoping to feel something.    This we call erotica.

And all this is predictable when once they rebel against God’s plan for sexual joy, which is one man and one woman, one only, for life.

Anything else, breaks.

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