(cross posted from my personal blog) Sexuality In The Past Sexuality in the Anglo and European West for some recent previous generations was a simple affair. In the Victorian worldview, when categorising things was the preoccupation, the population was divided Continue reading The Future Of Sexuality
This post is an investigation into the concept of pleasure or enjoyment as it relates to Kahnemans concept of the experiencing self and the remembering self. It is posted on this blog in the spirit of sharing strategies for pleasure, Continue reading More Strategies For Body Pleasure Management
At topical moments in time, I have been comparing my views on things to those around me. This serves to hold up a mirror to the way I think about things, compared to the way others think about things. In Continue reading Primer: Systems Don’t Work
Can we go beyond nations into political fluidity? Continue reading End Of Nations: Stage 5 Geography?
It’s time for some emotional maturity when it comes to cheaters in systems.
Continue reading Emotionally Dealing With Cheaters
Required reading This post uses a key framework: Chapman’s version of Robert Kegan’s theories of emotional, cognitive and social development, it is summarised here. This post is in dialogue with, and an expansion on, Chapman’s recent post about moving through stages Continue reading Polyamory as stage 4 bridge
Community Units It is important to have solutions to human life that are of the appropriate size and scale. Additionally, some solutions are only appropriate for one scale and some for another. Most save the world solutions I hear are Continue reading Community Units
I made a thing! Yay! Amazing what you can do when you put your mind to it… it’s about the benefits rationalists and feminists could gain if they learned from each other. CrossPolli Issue 1
“The lazy one is well prepared” – a proverb I’ve enjoyed contemplating. It means that taking small actions in the present allows for greater laziness in the future. Truly lazy people optimise their life for overall idleness, inactivity or in Continue reading The Lazy One Is Well Prepared
In numerous ways, I have come to observe that people think something is more worthwhile if it is difficult to achieve, or even more strangely, if it is painful to achieve. Additionally, if ‘the norm’ is to do one type Continue reading Life Isn’t Hard