If sex makes the world go round, and love is the greatest thing in life, in what way are love and sexuality connected? Nowadays we tend to call on three Greek words in order to express what we mean by love: Eros, Philia, and Agapè. Could this be an attempt to distinguish between three forms of love by opposing them, to look for a delicate balance between three sorts of demand, or to prepare a subtle elixir with three ingredients?