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A History of Sex

And the evolution of the human condition

For many people, sex is something of a mystery, an obsession, highly pleasurable but also highly regulated. Some say that sex is a part of our primal nature and akin to the essence of life itself in part because every second, millions of cells are being born within our bodies.

Sex is elemental to life without which we would not exist. We turn to sex in the desire to breed, sharing joys, relieving sorrows and despite all the different moral codes around the world, and all ways of relating over our history, sex is not well understood and often badly performed.

Sex is one of the most obvious features of our dualistic world

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Whistles and Cat Calls

What’s a girl to do?

There’s a story going around about the aspiring actress Shoshana Roberts who walked the streets of new York and got 108 cat calls over the 10 hours of her experiment. But who in their right mind is going to spend 10 hours a day walking the streets just to make the point that some guys have bad manners and she doesn’t know how to deal with that?

In contrast, the New York Post writer Doree Lewak who would you believe was brazen enough to walk by some building sites bra less in an otherwise fairly modest dress and she says that cat calls are flattering and

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The Prospect of Marriage

A human institution

The joy of marriage

Marriage is a universal human relationship and a social institution that serves the couple and/or society and yet it so often fails so we ask; Does love matter? Do you want to get married? Should you get married? Does your family want you to? Is marriage necessary? Will marriage make a better life?

Marriage is a commitment generally taken for life, yet it has a very high rate of failure and remarriage is a common practice.

For Marriage to work, there must be:

love – is key and the most important aspect. desire – if you don’t’ have desire for the other, why bother? appreciation – if you cannot appreciate or admire

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Sacred Sexuality

Into the Realm of Bliss and Wholeness with Sacred Sexuality

Sacred Sex Art from Khajuraho, India

Sacred sexuality has had a great deal of press in recent years however with new avenues of research and new understandings, these ideas are spreading within the wider community. There are those who continue to disparage this work, but they are an increasing minority.

It is hoped that the casual reader may get that sexuality has nothing to do with morals or social rules, it is more to do with a divine connection which occurs in the hearts of lovers and is fuelled by real intimacy and sex is only a part of that conversation.

Sacred sexuality is not about having

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The Surrendered Wife

A Practical Guide to Finding Intimacy, Passion and Peace with Your Man

By Laura Doyle

From The Publisher: Fore shadowing the movie The Red Pill by film maker Cassie Jaye exploring the men’s rights movement as opposed to the politically correct feminism that’s rampant, this controversial approach to marriage has transformed thousands of relationships, bringing women romance, harmony, and the intimacy they crave.

Like millions of women, Laura Doyle wanted her marriage to be better. But when she tried to get her husband to be more romantic, helpful, and ambitious, he withdrew — and she was lonely and exhausted from controlling everything. Desperate to be in love with her man again, she decided to stop telling him what to do

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Boys toy

A girl who enjoys sex

Hey there, this world is really one fucked-up place but I have a story that has never quite made sense. A few years back I picked up this girl hitchhiking out of Canberra and like she was wearing an open little jacket showing her tits but I managed to put away my lust and we had a really nice conversation, its like we just clicked.

She said she wasn’t going to meet anyone and had no place to stay but wanted to spend time in Sydney so I said that she was welcome to crash on my couch which she accepted. Now one of my mates had invited me to a barbecue so we drove

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Relationship Q & A

Questions To Dianna

Hi there, Kayla and I are not married but we’ve been living together for four years and we’re just crazy about each other and love sex. Even though we are both holding down jobs we still manage to have sex two or three times a day. Sometimes we even meet for lunch and have a quickie in a bathroom and we’ve been known to have sex other public places although few people seem to care and others just give us lecherous or jealous looks.

But there are a couple of things that bother me in the first is that I’m really attracted to another couple of girls who are returning that interest and there are always a

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Soul Mates

Do you have a soul mate and how do you know who?

One Soul – An illusion by Ines Honfi

The idea of soul mates is something many people dream about in terms of love and relationships. The subject has become immensely popular, many books have been written and many believe their soul mate is out there searching as they are.

The soul mate is loosely defined as a significant other person with whom one can intellectually relate to and empathise with, someone who seems to know what you mean when you say something and can reply in a way that makes sense to you. It is also an element of biochemistry in that your bodies

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Substitutes for Love

And human needs

Radhe Krishna are collectively known within Hinduism as the combination of the feminine and masculine aspects of God representing the loving ideal or peak of human possibility.

Even though we think we love someone and even though we fall in love to a degree that we experience an emotional euphoria and sense of well-being, this is not really what love is.

Love is a state of pleasantness within an individual and between people, it is a state of being and not an action. It is one a of life to become love and in doing so you become a very pleasant person who people want to be with.

However we live in a world where love

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Who Should you Love?

Navigating life, love and marriage

These days many of us grow up with the idea that we will fall in love and live happily ever after, but if we have any awareness of the world, this idea seems increasingly fragile and even improbable. When growing up, most of our parents argued and if you are a parent, it’s likely that you also argue with your partner in front of your children which creates anxiety in children.

One of the problems not only with the idea of modern love but the very foundation of civilisation is based on ideas, not facts. Our history is incredibly brutal and corrupt. It doesn’t matter what country you live in, your political system and

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