Sandra Tsing Loh: "We'd Rather Eat Chocolate"

This Valentine’s Day, is eschewing sex and sitting home in one’s pajamas cradling a giant quart of Häagen-Dazs the ultimate feminist act? The ’80s birthed, across college campuses, a modern day “sex-positive” movement, but how great has that been for liberated women who happen to have low libidos? What’s the harm in noting that statistically, women have lower testosterone levels than men? What’s so bad about admitting that activities some of us look forward to during long cold winter nights involve knitting and cheese? Loh reads from her latest provocative essay, “She’s Just Not That Into You,” in The Atlantic Monthly. Dessert with whipped cream is included!