Yeah but the problem is telling the difference between the two, like why can't a straight person be in (true) love with someone of the same sex, if love is something that overcomes traits, flaws, etc, i.e it has no bounds>>3171>It is pure nativity to think that building your relationship purely on lust will work or will not hurt you.
True, it's selfish, and lust is temporary >It is true that lust plays a role in a loving relationship, but it is not the main reason to be in a relationship.
Okay, but again why would lust have to be in the relationship at all (I'm playing devil's advocate bc I agree with sex being necessary), would it be right for someone to leave a relationship if the other person was say, disfigured, so that there wasn't any physical attraction. Why is it okay to deny a relationship because someone is ugly yet bad if they become ugly latter on. Ha, I'm thinking of all those couples who've became fat, don't think they'd pledge love for then if they saw the future selves in front of them