The sanctity of marriage is often revered by many people as a facet that shouldn't be trifled with, but Noel Biderman discusses in this monogamy disassociation speech how the notion of monogamy can be overlooked.
In a marriage, certain priorities take precedence over others such as children, finances, shelter, but sex isn't a priority in most marriages as Biderman discusses. The value of sex is important and shouldn't be undermined.
Sex isn't an essential component to a marriage, but is still important, which creates this disassociation in many relationships. Biderman discusses how having an affair allows people to stay in marriages that would've otherwise eroded, if it weren't for the sexual gratifications individuals acquired outside of the marriage.
Society has been conditioned into thinking that affairs are committed by awful individuals, but each affair is unique and shouldn't be judge so readily.
Stats for The Power of Affairs
Trending: Older & Chilly
Research: 512 clicks in 156 w
Interest: > 3 minutes
Concept: Monogamy Disassociation Speech
Related: 25 examples / 19 photos
Segment: Neutral, 18-55+
Comparison Set: 9 similar articles, including: the ascending power of women, benefits of failure, and the three a's of awesome.
The Power of Affairs
More Stats +/-
Benefits of Failure
The Ascending Power of Women
The Three A's of Awesome
Family Values as Political Motivation
Integrating Mobility in the Workforce
Noel Biderman Keynotes
Noel Biderman's speeches focus on the benefits of adultery. Biderman is the President of Avid...
Get inspired by our collection of 2,000+ keynote speaker videos and 100+ courses of innovative content.