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That requires more than just perpetual availability.

This one is a little unusual, however, in that the controversy involves sex between married people. A woman, two years married, went on a business trip.

At the airport, she received an email from her husband containing a sarcastic note saying how little he would miss her.

It’s also well known by now that hormonal contraceptives tend to decrease sexual appetite.

So by preparing themselves physiologically to have sex at any time, women make it so that they rarely or never want to.

When sex is “on the table” on a near-daily basis, a predictable pattern tends to develop.

Men have a higher sex drive, and strongly associate sex with closeness and relationship health.

Even more interesting to me was the fact that, in all the voluminous discussion of the case, no one else seemed to think of the question that almost immediately occurred to me.

Is it possible that modern society’s contraceptive mentality is actually threatening marriage?

Even fuddy-duddy religious types have mostly come around to this view.

But it’s hard for married people to enjoy one another when they are perpetually worried about another pregnancy for which they may not be prepared.

When we have a young infant, we do sometimes worry about whether we’re ready for another pregnancy.