Did that get your attention?
If it did, it was supposed to.
The ever-clever journalistic tease.
The above headline is not a trick or a ploy, but a relevant prelude to thoughtful commentary from one of the best, Dennis Prager who writes:
A great many people go long periods without sex, and while many of them miss it, if they have meaning in their lives, they can lead quite happy and fulfilling lives. On the other hand, few people who have regular sex but lack meaning are happy or fulfilled.
Among the many psycho-social crises afflicting Americans is a crisis of importance. Fewer Americans feel important than did Americans in the past.
Aha. That’s what Prager is getting at. Real human needs.
Read his column, The Human Need To Feel Important — and How Government Squelches It.