Friday, March 14, 2008
Brains Caught in His Fly
Evolution is a tricky business. Philandering seems to be hard-wired into some men. Those who come into power seem particularly vulnerable to this trait. It's fun, easy and available, so why not? Caution and intelligence are thrown to the wind and basic instincts overcome any resistance. The women who partake in the philandering must feel an immense sense of power and maybe validation. Scoring an important man is huge among those who practice the world's oldest profession. Animal instincts are what keep the human species going. They are also what break down social norms and decorum. Balance is crucial to maintaining integrity, respect and true love.