To Own a Dragon: Reflections on Growing up Without a Father - Chapter 10, Sex Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 10, Sex Summary and Analysis

Miller explains sex in the context of a talk he gives at a fraternity house. The guys living in the house point out that moral high ground causes them to become social outcasts. Miller, seeming somewhat subjective on morals, tells the guys that some decisions depend upon the person's situation.

The men quickly question the moral wrongness of sex. Miller explains that God gives rules for protection. However, one's actions do not damn one's soul. God forgives one's actions; therefore, knowing God saves. Simply doing good is not enough.

Concerning sex, however, saying no to cheap sex strengthens families. Just as protecting the value of the American dollar saves the economy, protecting the value of sex as a part of commitment saves one's morality.

Several researchers, such as Kinsey, demonstrate that sex never exists apart from emotions. Though, objectively...

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