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More thoughts on the problems of imitation: the ‘imitation suffocation’, ‘out-imitation’, and being genuine

Here’s a thought I had: Recently, I have spoken a lot about what I call ‘imitation suffocation’.  This comes as a result of observing the prevalence of imitation, nowadays, and its effects.  I often speak of these times as the … Continue reading

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Thoughts on the ‘sexual tension triangle’ and the importance of the ‘phases of attraction’

Recently, I recalled an incidence when I was in high school: Basically, a friend of mine invited me to his friends house to play cards.  His friend was a female, but they were not dating or anything.  He just knew her from … Continue reading

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Thoughts on how females are continuing the mistake of their mothers before them . . . continuing the ‘failed sex’ and promoting alienation

Here’s a thought I had: In a previous article (“Thoughts on the ‘failed sex’ – how many female traits have failed – a hidden crisis of the American female“) I mentioned how the female has “failed”.  That is to say, the female … Continue reading

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Thoughts on the ‘failed sex’ – how many female traits have failed – a hidden crisis of the American female

Some time ago I said another one of those statements that stunned me but ended up proving very revealing.  During a conversation I wanted to say something (which I actually did not say): “Most female traits have now become outdated and have … Continue reading

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Interpreting the ‘blind spot’: death, the self, the problem of imitation, and other things associated with it

Here are some thoughts I had involving a reaction to a situation I was in: THE SITUATION:  THE ‘BLIND SPOT’ Recently, I had a problem that could of been serious.   Its details aren’t that important but I will mention that … Continue reading

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Thoughts on “male suffocation” – the need for the male to be away from the female – a unique character trait in the male

There is something which I call ‘male suffocation’.  This is a term that I use when the male feels “suffocated” by the female.  In other words, it basically states that the males need to have time away from the female as … Continue reading

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Thoughts on a Victorian cause for female low self-esteem in Western society: a failure of the Victorian mother???

Here’s a thought I had: While thinking one day I got on the subject of female low self-esteem, which I see examples of just about wherever I go.  I’ve known, for years, that a lot of it began with British … Continue reading

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