Do you think a majority of men are only capable of lust and not capable of love?
- FoofaLv 76 months agoFavorite Answer
No. Men aren't some alien species and they were all once needy little boys who valued attachment and nurturing. Many of them go through a phase of a decade or so when their hormones drive them to value sex disproportionately. But once they leave that age range they're usually looking for love just like anyone else would be.
- smallLv 76 months ago
Love in the true sense implies not being selfish.
Yes, majority of men are selfish..... nevertheless, women too are selfish in an entirely different way, that is their 'self' includes within its ambit their immediate family as well.
- mayonaLv 46 months ago
Lust doesnt stay longer but love stays longer and most of times for life long, so men who are too lusty at the initial stages of life could also become loving at later stages.
- i + iLv 76 months ago
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- Anonymous6 months ago
First off, correctly define those two terms and you'll see that your question is moot.
- Dv8sLv 76 months ago
No, I don't think that. I think that we, as humans, all seek love. But, if that love isn't found, lust will do.
- historyLv 76 months ago
I do not. I believe in people's capacity for love. I don't think every one falls in love. That's different than not having the capacity for it.
- rickLv 76 months ago
Love and lust are synonyms