Sexonomics 101: The economics of sex
Sexonomics is a new system for confused logical types who despite all efforts fail to understand how male-female relations work. Far more useful than your university level micro and macroeconomic classes, sexonomics gives a general overview of sex, or what we here like to call the sexed up version of the economy; the sexonomy. Using simple principles like supply, demand, equilibrium, markets, and competition, we show how a theory of sexonomics can be used to make predictions and solve important real-world scenarios relevant to us all.
The first issue we'll deal with is the law of demand.