The more self-aware men understand this intellectually, and relegate those spikes of attraction to what they are – biologically programmed bursts of pleasure. Men can admit attraction to favorite celebrities, and still be great husbands and fathers.
We give ourselves doses of this pleasure when we’re walking on a beach, when we’re at an outdoor concert, when we’re at parties, and especially when we’re on the Internet. Men can watch porn, fantasize about other women, and still be great husbands and fathers.
I’m wondering, from your perspective, what you think it is. ET: One of the sites linked to in this post—Trustify—is embroiled in controversy surrounding how it has been contacting people whose emails are found in the Ashley Madison data dump, as well as how it encourages those people to then pay for its P. Let's just all take a deep breath and reflect on what has become of us, as a people. We should not search this database for our loved ones. We should close our computers and walk out into the sunshine of late summer and feel the heat of our glorious life-sustaining superstar on our cheeks. All you have to do is enter an email, any email, and see if it was hacked. Rather than go into that here in this How To, we have detailed the entire debacle in a separate article that we encourage you to read..I’ve heard that 30% of the internet is porn, and if this is the case, it should be no surprise. Men can go to bachelor parties, go to a strip club, and still be great husbands and fathers.I know this because I’ve done all of the above and I know I am not alone.That doesn’t mean in some alternate universe that I wouldn’t like to be able to have my cake and eat it, too.That’s essentially what alpha males do – get married and keep sleeping with other women.First off, I want to acknowledge that everything you wrote, in my estimation, is true.Men, regardless of relationship status, get a chemical high in seeing attractive women.GOOD men are aroused by images of clothed or naked women (but not as much as you’d think.)Without covering the entire landscape of debates about DNA or evolution or propagation of the species, here’s my take on the whole thing: Men, since the beginning of time, were designed to spread their seed.Because monogamy lowers the chances that our genes will survive, men are not, by nature, monogamous creatures.