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By Sam Zanahar (2011)
Only sexual desires and sexual fulfillment overcome, at least emotionally, the senselessness of our existence, which hopefully ceases with a gentle death.
This philosophy is genetically encoded in our biological setup, and thus it is a natural philosophy.
But are humans in a "more natural" state of existence (a less technologically refined world) closer to living in accordance to this natural philosophy?
They are not.
Humans in primitive societies are preoccupied to such a high degree with managing their daily lives that they often have little time to pursue the ultimate goal of a lifestyle of heightened sexual desires and sexual satisfaction. The principal exceptions are chiefs and emperors.
"Managing their daily lives" meant: find something to eat, find some shelter, stay safe from wild animals and human enemies, and try to cure your many diseases and poor health.
And then: cope with your limited knowledge, and all the superstitious beliefs that pollute your mind.
Do to many ejaculations drain a man of his "life force"? Does male contact with menstrual blood cause venereal disease? Are all widows witches? Is extramarital sex punished after death with time in hell?
For the most time of past human existence, our brains, with some, albeit limited, cognitive functions, have been a considerable burden in the pursuit of making sense of our lives.
By all we know, monkeys, dolphins, and elephants don't have this kind of problems.
So, by propagating an ideology that is based on a simple mantra, a life of optimal sex followed by a gentle death, I do not advocate any back-to-nature nonsense, and I my intellectual capacities are not drowned in romantic delusions of the beauty of primitive life.
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