Tuesday, 3 March 2009

Letters in the SMH

Jon Guyer, a friend, got one in on a similar subject to yesterday's post:

Bettina Arndt's study stumbles at the first statistical hurdle if her sex diaries are drawn only from couples who are happy for the world to have a window on their bedroom. Her predictable conclusion is that fidelity and honesty are out, and affairs and self-interest are in. It is surprising that the Herald gives such potential bias free rein - unless of course smh.com.au is about to launch a Sex Diaries blog. Then it all makes sense.

Jon Guyer, Croydon

Writing to the papers is a great thing to do; even the unpublished ones sharpen your own thinking.

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