I also inherited something else, a trait that’s increasingly rare…

I also inherited something else, a trait that’s increasingly rare nowadays and one that I’ve grown proud of. [My father] taught me, in his own stumbling, unorthodox, wordless way, to respect women—that they are more than one-night stands and objects of amusement. In every instance, there’s a soul beneath that supple, scented skin, and you should never stroke one without first touching the other.

Joe Kita

“Sex, Women, and Love,” Wisdom of Our Fathers, 1999

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