This is a quote from the book "The ​Virtue Of Selfishness" by Ayn Rand
...is view of himself and of existence stands eloquently revealed. A man falls in love with and sexually desires the person who reflects his own deepest values.

There are two crucial
respects in which a man’s romantic-sexual responses are psychologically revealing: in his choice of partner — and in the meaning, to him, of the sexual act.

A man of self-estee
m, a man in love with himself and with life, feels an intense need to find human beings he can admire — to find a spiritual equal whom he can love. The quality that will attract him most is se...
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