“The sex drive is said to have no survival value for the individual; its only value is the survival of the species. Suppose that humans were capable of reproducing, but no longer had a sex drive. Would we:
1. still “pair off” as couples?
2. live communally?
3. have lower crime rates?
4. be less (or more) gender biased?
5. become extinct?”
-AP Psyc question

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