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Do we need love as much as sex I think love is junk food for the soul The word love has several meanings one in particular is a personal attachment for a parent but love generally means a sexual passion or desire Love we want it we need it and it is totally not in our control I guess nowadays people are looking more for love rather than sex The downside to it all is finding the right person to love I know for a fact that we cannot make anyone love us I think love should not be forced by any side of the relationship we also cannot make ourselves love someone else if we are mentally attached to a previous relationship If one has loved before there is probably some affection towards an ex even if they have moved on with their next relationship Since we demand love so profoundly we allow ourselves be fooled by imitation I think that women in my generation believe that if they have sex they have the attention of another person so they offer and get pleasure The women who think love is a way of needing to give and receive pleasure are remarkably ignorant and they need to find a hobby As we deny the need for love we try to separate ourselves from others giving an excuse for avoiding the whole problem of love Just as we separate we avoid the chances of knowing what love truly is so in that idea of love going away so does some of our humanity with it For example we may tell ourselves that we do not need other people in our lives but as we say it our hearts shrink People are not saying that there is no room for sex in their lives they just want to feel affection and security in their lives Wants and needs are not the same Generally speaking having to want
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