My years while limited have seen it's share of evil both face to face and from a far. When people think of evil they tend to think of dramatic behaviour, mass murders, ruthless killers and the like. But evil while it can be dramatic also occurs in ordinary ways. There is mundane evil, whose destructiveness … Continue reading Brief Contemplation on the Nature of Evil
Which quote below is a myth busting reasoned defense and which one is a hideous attempt to normalize the profane and immoral. "But above all, polyamory is less about sex specifically but rather pursuing relationships with multiple partners. While there's no one way to be polyamorous, as the Atlantic points out, these relationships are often … Continue reading Logical Substitutions Relationship Edition
If this article is representative of our culture's ability to draw distinctions, western civilization is finished. It is titled, We Asked Men to Draw Vaginas to Prove an Important Point. You can tell from the title alone you are not reading the work of a great intellect. In any case, what is the point she is … Continue reading Lacking a Basic Ability to Reason
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We have a court decision in Utah that throws out the ban on polygamous cohabitation (but not bigamy that is a result of deception) based on the similar court case wherein the Supreme Court stated that it was unconstitutional for a federal law to define marriage as being exclusively between a man and a woman. … Continue reading Here Comes Polygamy
It is not surprising that the Marine Corps are postponing the 3 pull-up minimum for female recruits. This is in keeping with Wright's Unreality Principle. The three pullups is already the minimum required for all male Marines. Now the Marine Corps has postponed the plan, and that's raising questions about whether women have the physical … Continue reading Road to Oblivion: Marine Edition
I wrote a while back in a speculative post on the nature of human sexuality. I used the metaphor of language. You could always learn to speak other languages but your first would always be latent. This metaphor matched what I witnessed growing up. Two different friends were straight, bi-sexual, then became exclusively gay. … Continue reading Malleability of Sexual Orientation