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2014-08-26 @ 16:24:22
Actually this is what High Existence was always about considering its mission. These stories make you ask yourself what’s normal. :) Everyone should rather make children ask what they’re reading and watching or we’ll be witnessing more generations of people taking everything at face value.
2014-07-21 @ 03:27:45
That’s always been the idea of medicine. Striking title, though. Only time will tell how it works. One can learn so much from testimonies.
2014-05-22 @ 23:48:04
Truly an awesome read and reminder. :)
2014-05-02 @ 07:11:54
2014-04-20 @ 03:38:26
Punching myself in the balls. I’ll skip that advice, thank you. You’re wrong about women, though. I came across a lot of married women in their 30s and 40s using tumblr for keeping their sexual fantasies anonymously, and in secrecy, and they’re very content with themselves. That is because psychologically, keeping fantasies in secret is the number one key to attraction – it stimulates curiosity which is the most powerful attraction of them all for both males and females, attributing to the thrill and surprise effect. The number one turn off which may cause erectile dysfunction is emotional dissatisfaction from excessive need of a relief, which disturbs arousal no matter if it was from porn or the most beautiful of sexual partners. Mice aren’t people too. They are not consciously reproductive like (some) people, so it’s logical why they would search for a fresh potential baby momma. People might want to fuck the world and be satisfied with themselves without a full human connection because of their dopamine levels, normal blood circulation and healthy habits of masturbation and sexual life, like mentioned in the undying Kama Sutra.
I think the article is for people who will be disappointed by the same things in their lives. Some interesting thoughts, though I wish it stresses on the lack of biological control in general. The rewarding system is what you can “hard”wire if you want to, not your overall sex life becau it doesn’t change other people. A thin difference.
2014-03-18 @ 06:30:59
This is awesome… reminding myself of this just lifted some load off my mind. But I find it too hard not to apologize for my impulses even if I hold them so dearly. When hypersensitivity strikes, hyperactivity keeps it company and you don’t feel like leaving your room, but depression sucks too much for you. Then it feels like you’re everywhere. It’s hard to be inactive. Your mind blows up into pieces of true meaning.