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Carnal Knowledge

Carnal Knowledge

Sex(n)def:
An extremely complex physical, emotional, psychological, and spiritual act in which two or more humans pleasure each other with their bodies, specifically, their genitals.

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Bonding and Love Part 2: Tristan and Isolde

Bonding and Love Part 2: Tristan and Isolde

Sonia:”There are many different types of love-love between a man and a woman, love between a mother and a son…”
Boris:“Love between two women, let’s not forget my favorite.”…Woody Allen, Love and Death.

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Bonding and Love: part 1

Bonding and Love: part 1

We are told that love has three distinct biochemical phases. First there is lust which involves the production of sex hormones, particularly libido enhancing testosterone. This is followed by attraction, which is essentially an obsessive compulsive state by virtue of phone checking and continual intrusions into the consciousness of the beloved, in the vernacular- infatuation.

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Republican Disorder

Republican Disorder

A brief critical analysis of republican speak, led me to conclude that these folks present symptom clusters that could find a home in the DSM classification of mental disorders. Furthermore many appear to claim a working knowledge of reproductive gynaecology, anatomy, physiology plus chemistry, zoology, geography, sociology, and theology. The frightening part is that they contribute to the gene pool and have been and could still be in positions of power in the US and A.

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Vegan Psychodynamics

Vegan Psychodynamics

The French Existentialist philosopher J.P.Sartre believed that the nature of human nature is that there is none-only choice. We are totally free and the sum total of that collection of choices is who we are. Freud was a determinist. He believed that our decisions were based on what went down in early life.

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