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Too many foreclosures in one community, and the price of neighboring homes start to plummet.“The price of sex is about how much one party has to do in order to entice the other into being sexual,” said Kathleen Vohs, of the University of Minnesota, who has authored several papers on “sexual economics.” “It might mean buying her a drink or an engagement ring. Sex is so cheap that researchers found a full 30% of young men’s sexual relationships involve no romance at all — no wooing, dating, goofy text messaging. With such an imbalanced sex ratio, women are using hookups to compete with other women for men’s affections.These behaviors vary in how costly they are to the man, and that is how we quantify the price of sex.” By boiling dating down to an economic model, researchers have found that men are literally getting lots of bang for their buck. Once they get out of school, the pool of successful, educated men also is imbalanced, and the bed-hopping continues. We tend to seek the emotionally familiar as opposed to what is best for us. Levels of anxiety, depression, and "pushing away" defense mechanisms are increasing.