Is it irrational to value the looks or aesthetic attractiveness of a potential romantic partner more than his or her character and personal qualities?
After we broke up, my girlfriend told me that she had never found me sexually attractive. If this is true, did she ever really love me?
Is sex between a teacher and a student immoral if the student has achieved the age of consent?
If one is in a relationship, is it morally acceptable to seek out others as long as one does not engage in any relationship-type activities with them?
Is romantic love possible when one of the partners is disabled and cannot perform?
I am a 29 year old guy and recently met a beautiful 18 year old girl who likes me. I care for and admire her, but she’s not my equal, and I often find myself talking down to her as though I’m her father. I have decided against a long-term relationship, but is it proper to have sex with her if she understands the terms?
A follow-up to a previous podcast on the questions: is gender merely a social construct? The book (horrifying but excellent), I refer to is As Nature Made Him: The Boy Who Was Raised As a Girl, by John Colapinto.
Because I have average intelligence and below average looks, I experience terrible jealousy to others. I feel bad about myself, especially because it means I can’t date the women that I want. What should I do?