This reminds me of why, while I empathize with and respect feminists and generally think their goals more a good than not, I doubt I'll ever be able to trust them fully. Of course they'd eradicate male homosexuality if they could, and, looking at it from their point of view, I don't blame them . . . Men who can't be controlled by making them pay in one form of currency or another for sex serve no useful purpose whatsoever - unless they're good consultants about things one finds important.
Just remember that perfection quickly becomes boring. Adapting to the imperfect, customizing your fit, is not a bad place to start.
I think our culture encourages us to think of dating as shopping for a new car: we want to get all those features--and only those features--we think are perfect, and drive that shiny toy right out of the showroom.
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