In response to the idea that sex without emotions for men and women is possible, former Miss District of Columbia and current abstinence educator, Rashida Jolley, is quoted in Wendy Shalit's Girls Gone Mild as saying:
"People want to remove consequences, but we cannot remove consequences. For every action there is an equal and opposite reaction. You can't change the consequences, you have to change the behavior. Because the only real way to remove emotions is if you are buried, six feet under. Then I guess you can remove emotions" (page 96).