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Discussion: What Brings Two Together and Keeps Them Forever?

I can’t help chuckling reading this dating profile:

“36 year old woman - looking for extra-curricular fun

Looking for someone with large equipment who can help me upgrade my skills.

(The extra-curricular doesn't mean it's cheating. He would know what I'm up to.)

Filling this up with extra writing because it tells me it's too short and it's not letting me update without writing more so I figure I will just write a run-on sentence until it's enough hope you are okay with that sorry for making you read this much but it's not really my fault I didn't want to have to write this much thanks for reading.”

People are Awesome!!!

On a more serious yet still interesting note, where does monogamy come from?

So, how should we be true to ourselves?

How should we be true to each other?

And keep that way forever and ever?

What are the four keys to a loving relationship? Is it possible to improve relationship without even using words?

When hurt, redefine the other person as uninformed rather than uncaring.
- Marty Klein, Sex Therapist, Author of Sexual Intelligence

Really? That's it? What about sex addiction, social pressure, and all sorts of those other good stuff?!

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  • Wei

    Hi Michael, Thanks for your greetings and the link on Jacques Derrida.

    I found this one interesting too.

    December 18, 2013

  • Wei

    What is the hilarious difference between Facebook and Google in terms of the self? And on that basis, what may ethical open relationship evolve to become? What's the philosophical, biological, economical underpinning for an ethical open relationship? Watch the movie The Red Violin and/or The Unbearable Lightness of Being, you may be pleasantly surprised!

    Thanks Michael and Serge for a remarkable evening.

    Michael, what is the name of the philosopher again?

    December 18, 2013

  • A former member
    A former member

    It was very good even though a few people didn't show up.

    December 18, 2013

  • Michael

    All alone and on-time.

    December 17, 2013

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