The rise of gender confusion points to a cultural vacuum – a significant absence of the celebration of the complementarity of the sexes. Meeting this challenge requires clear, valued, public affirmation of the positive good of the complementarity of the sexes and is best done through celebration.
We commonly tend to think of 'sexual attraction' as essentially oriented towards directly sexual activity. It seems to be simply a way for people to work out who to marry, and within that to be part of the couple's intimate life. But the attraction between the sexes has a second, fundamental purpose.