"The divorce rate is high. Internet dating has killed romance. And we are all going to die alone.
But it might not have to be that way, says Oxford ethicist Brian Earp and colleagues Anders Sandberg and Julian Savulescu. Not if couples start taking ecstasy, that is. So-called love-inducing drugs like oxytocin and MDMA could be the answer to a commitment-averse culture."
An Oxford ethicist argues that couples should be allowed to take MDMA, or ecstasy, in order to save marriages. Could the "love-enhancing" drug save romance? Ana Kasparian and Kevin Pereira (Super Creative) discuss.
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