From Santiago Alba Rico:
In the seventies of the last century, in "Fragments of a Love Discourse", Roland Barthes considered sexual liberation consummated in France, but associated it with a parallel contempt or discredit of the most plebeian and popular concept of love. He suggested that the taboo of free sexuality had been superseded by the taboo of strong feelings. I think he was right. Today sex is allowed; sentimentalism is also allowed; all the rapid intensities soluble in the vapors of alcohol are allowed: they last little and with hardly any hangover. Everything is allowed, let us say, on condition that it leaves no trace; on condition that it does not take shape. Tinder and other computer applications make sex easier and love more difficult; they incorporate sexual exchange into the proletarianization of leisure, that is, into technological procedures by virtue of which, in order to avoid boredom, we separate the bodies. A sexuality that separates the bodies? That, I'm afraid, is the paradox of our time.
'No quieren', aguafuerte de Goya, de la serie 'Los desastres de la guerra'
Fragment translated fron Spanish source Soledad