Tomorrow we have the launch party for our newest release at The Side View. I have an article being released in it called Memetic Mediation: The Hard Problem of the Culture War. I will post the article here when it officially gets released.
The next three events at the Stoa:
The Side View Launch Party w/ Adam Robbert. May 20th @ 6:30 PM ET. 90 mins. RSVP here.
Trauma, Truth, and Technology w/ Joshua Fields. May 21st @ 2:30 PM ET. 60 mins. RSVP here.
Relational Exegesis w/ Freyja. May 21st @ 4:00 PM ET. 60-90 mins. RSVP here.
May 19, 2020
After her workout yesterday Camille was resting, sweatily. I could not help myself, I had to lick that sweat. No inch was denied. Time stopped pretending it existed and for some time we had no minds. A mind is not needed when two bodies have a mind of their own.
I want to make love. Sometimes crudely, other times gently. At times, when there is no felt-sense of time, I want to make love with a beastly wildness. One that I can barely tame. One that flirtatiously invites me to domesticate it, with a wink that conveys I never fully can. Is my Dionysian side playing the bait and switch already? Nice try. You kinky motherfucker.
Luckily I am a Stoic, and it is not wise to fuck with a Stoic. But this Stoic wants to make love, in the right way, and making love in the right way can be dangerous. Love is dangerous, and so is real philosophy. If we want to be live players we need to make love, and stop pretending to make love. It is time to turn off the love stories that promise us guarantees, and it is time to risk being dangerous. We cannot go back to the world we thought we had.
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