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Your remarks about sex are "politically incorrect", so they obviously are attracting a lot of attention :)

However I'd like to take you up on this :

Anyway, I am now open to the idea that to live your life fully it is good to embrace the abundance idea of (potentially) living as some king.

You seem to be talking about the desirability of embracing an "alpha" role of dominance over others. That's just as alarming to me as your views on sexual politics. :)

It's something I have great difficulty with, in fact. For me, the whole point of achieving status is to have one's worth recognised by a group of peers; preferably, by a high-quality group of peers. Where's the fun in being surrounded by inferiors?

It is rightly acknowledged that people of faith have no monopoly of virtue - Queen Elizabeth II

by eurogreen on Mon Jun 16th, 2014 at 11:20:13 AM EST
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Political Correctness went too far, and is gradually being slaughtered. We better adjust his boundaries before too late.

To me personally, embracing alpha is about achievement. It is too funny to want something done, get some prize - but do not affect other people. It is like wishing to start a relationship while "carefully avoiding" changing woman's life. All change is personal - and full of emotions. They say, king's big fun is giving to his kingdom - not praise and validation.

And this gives an idea for challenging the modern oppressive alphas - framing them as incongruent, greedy, needy wussies with no shame. Not real kings but parasites.

by das monde on Mon Jun 16th, 2014 at 11:54:37 AM EST
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