Four Kinds of Love
There are Four Kinds of Love, therefore four kinds of sex: Love-sex, Like-sex, Money-sex and Hate-sex. Every kind of sexual activity falls into one of these categories or into a combination of them.
Love-sex is the very best of all. If you've had it, you're very lucky. If not, you are truly unfortunate. When it's Love-sex you feel that this is what sex is all about, this is why sex was invented and that this is the sex that poets and writers talk about.
The Love-sex portion of Four Kinds of Love features Kathleen Williams and Don Alman in what, in effect, is an erotic poem.
Money-sex is the world's oldest commodity. A lot of marriages are built on Money-sex. Money-sex isn't just prostitution (as shown in the film by Jay Edwards purchase and use of Carol Turner) or street corner assignation or the money on the dresser. It's the girl who allows you certain freedoms because if she doesn't, you won't take her to dinner or the movies and she won't be popular.
It's the wife who married for the large house, the safe husband, the sure job, the bank account and the duplicate credit cards. Men generally buy their women, but not fn obvious coinage. They buy their sex with gifts, fame, conveniences, sexual hunger, "loans" and knowledge of female conceit. They buy their sex with flattery, psychology, thoughtfulness and by making themselves in-dispensable to their women. It's all Money sex, sex bought with 8omething.
Hate-sex comes in many guises jealousy, frustration, fear. Minds and egos and hearts are maimed and scarred and from this combs Hate-sex . . . women hating men and using love's machinery they revenge themselves men hating women, using them brutality or cunningly or in desperation and tear.
Sheri Jackson is annoyed at Hugh Hamilton's eager pawing and decides to build hi!n up to a big let-down . . . she does only she falls victim to her own trap and is raped.
Like-sex is most of the sex in the world. Ordinarily people must at least like each other to participate. Like-sex is the sex part of most marriages, and all casual affairs. It's also the basis upon which Love-sex is built. While Love-sex burns brighter it often burns out quicker; Like-sex generally lasts longer, happens much more often and, in general, has a great deal less wear and tear on the emotions.
And no one likes sex better than Clint Randall, James Brand and Paul Hunter who pursue and are pursued by an eager band of lovelies - Karen Richards, Brigette Grennell, Linda Stiles, Sheri Jackson, Vicky Saunders and Christine Thomas.
Yes, there are Four Kinds of Love . . . four kinds of sex. There is an infinite number of combinations. If you can avoid Hate and Money-sex, find enough Like-sex and search for Love-sex, you just might get through life alive.
Starring Kathleen Williams, Christine Thomas
Directed by Shannon Carse