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August 3, 2009 | by  | in Opinion |
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Dude, what’s with casual sex?

Casual sex is the mark of a declining civilisation, slipping into immorality.

Every civilisation on Earth has independently developed their own interpretation of the institution of marriage, and to run against that is unnatural and inhumane. Men and women need solid, dependable relationships with each other in order to restrain their otherwise sensual natures. It protects against the youthful indiscretions that can only be an embarrassment in later life.

The rampant bed-hopping that characterises university culture is a sure sign of the direction in which we are heading. The inability of youth to settle on one partner reflects an indecision and fickleness of nature that is truly disturbing. The lack of respect given to the sexual act reveals a fundamental lack of moral fibre that ought to trouble any upstanding New Zealander.

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