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    Epigenetic mutation, Feminized Behavior Patterns, Heirarchy of Needs, and Socialism.

    Many contemporary cultural aberrances can be explained by the basic principles of these concepts. Discuss.




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    Chocolate or vanilla? Discuss.


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    Quote Originally Posted by revelation View Post
    Definitely chocolate. After all, isn't vanilla just the absence of chocolate like cold is the absence of heat or dark just the absence of light or evil just the absence of God's love?

    Or perhaps vanilla is just an unpainted canvas? A newborn full of opportunity that grows into something special or clings to the simpler things never straying far from it's roots?


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    "Hunh?" would have been much less wordy and made the same point.



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    Quote Originally Posted by qwerty View Post
    "Hunh?" would have been much less wordy and made the same point.

    Yes but "Hunh?" would insinuate lack of understanding. I understood just wanted to poke a little fun


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    I believe modern human cultures grew out of matriarchal societies and that males surrendered some of their independence to a central authority ( chief, shaman,warlord, religion,government, etc) in order to wrest power from former female leadership. " Look, submit to my authority and I'll help you gain authority over your female(s)". This seems to be a reoccurring trend in the archeological record and is occasionally repeated today. The Islamic faith seems a good example of an entity demanding the males total surrender of will and self-expression in exchange for right to brutalize their females. Christian dogma refuting Mary Magdalene seems another. Male condemnation of feminized behavior patterns is thus nothing new.
    Of course in our western societies females still wield residual power, after all who knows if you will get cuddling tonight? You or your wife/girlfriend?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fred View Post
    I believe modern human cultures grew out of matriarchal societies and that males surrendered some of their independence to a central authority ( chief, shaman,warlord, religion,government, etc) in order to wrest power from former female leadership. " Look, submit to my authority and I'll help you gain authority over your female(s)". This seems to be a reoccurring trend in the archeological record and is occasionally repeated today. The Islamic faith seems a good example of an entity demanding the males total surrender of will and self-expression in exchange for right to brutalize their females. Christian dogma refuting Mary Magdalene seems another. Male condemnation of feminized behavior patterns is thus nothing new.
    Of course in our western societies females still wield residual power, after all who knows if you will get cuddling tonight? You or your wife/girlfriend?
    I honestly NEVER knew the word residual was a direct replacement for vagina! Thank's Fred.


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    If one lacks sufficient food or shelter, then aberrance is rare.
    It is only common in cultures with excess that people pursue such.
    Necessity is the mother of invention? Actually not. Excess is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by qwerty View Post
    Many contemporary cultural aberrances can be explained by the basic principles of these concepts. Discuss.
    why do you consider them " cultural aberrances" if they start as genetic mutations, are they not to some degree normal or functional?

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    Quote Originally Posted by troll View Post
    why do you consider them " cultural aberrances" if they start as genetic mutations, are they not to some degree normal or functional?
    I think he is saying something not very nice about our feminine brethren and not get warned again...

    That they are socialists.

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