She didn’t answer me at all. Which historically I knew to be a bad sign.
America was built on an ethos more severe than just “work now, play later.” Rather, our culture has roots in a philosophy of “work now, play when you die.”
I get paid to help people have better sex.
All of the art in the world is really that simple. It’s not about others. It’s about you.
Despite all of her feelings, sex was always something she wanted to save for marriage. It was a personal thing. However, he manipulated his way into taking her virginity. Which led me to wonder: can manipulation to achieve sex be a gateway to rape?
I’ve always been the person that people come to for advice or just to have someone listen to them, but there’s something about that first time someone confides in you.
Everyone wants to be happier, but no one thinks to ask how. We assume we know what we need to be doing. After all we’ve seen the movies.
But working and creating are what raise us above mere animals. Work, not sex, is the main reason we ascended above the apes.
(If you’re in India, you won’t find this suggestion at all outlandish and are probably having a member of your staff massage you as you read this – good for you!).
I decided that I was going to rationally measure pleasure, instead of seeing it as a good or bad thing.