The interplay between romance and technology is not straightforward. Of course, there have been technological break-throughs that have dramatically changed the nature of sex and marriage: contraception, household appliances, fertility sciences and others have heavily impacted dynamics within the realm of romance. Camille Paglia, in her magnum opus Sexual Personae, argues for a deeper relationship between these seemingly unrelated concepts: that the motives behind our desire to build great technology are primal in nature. They represent the human species' version of a mating call, distinguished only by layers and layers of sophistication and scientific progress. Is technology changing how we love or is it a slave to the instincts endowed to us by Mother Nature? When someday we live among distant stars, will romance look at all like it does in the 21st century? Or will all our future cosmic endeavors trace their origins to classic love stories?