virus: Sexuality

Reed Konsler (
Tue, 22 Jul 1997 12:36:34 -0400 (EDT)

>Ha Ha! Wow, the power of words, huh? I made one comment defending
>homosexuals a while back, and several people assumed I was gay. Now, I
>challenge you in an effort make you earn my respect (which is not given
>easily, but which you nevertheless now have in abundance), and now I'm
>seen as some slobbering frat dude! Interesting.
>I hate to disapoint you, Michelle, but I have this little hang-up that
>gets in the way of me spreading my seed high and low like I, as a male, am
>suppose to. If I could get over it I could truly embrace my male power
>and learn how to dominate women. But, alas...
>I still need to be in love, to make love.

And then there are those of us who really have no clue why the rest of
you are so hung on sex sex sex sex sex. I mean, it's fun and all...but
like dancing, speaking, or any other form of communication the
depth of your conversation depends on a lot on the talent, willingness,
intelligence, style, focus, attention, and compassion of your partner.

It was some time around the age of 19 when I realized that this whole
sex sex sex sex sex thing was in the environment, and not (despite Richard's
beliefs) in me. On the other hand, I don't intentionally withhold sex
from myself either. I eat steak when it pleases me to do so, as well.

Now, I still agree with Michelle's long as we jack it up one
level into the abstract and speak about Yang (male aspect) and Ying (female
aspect) in terms more general than crude sexuality, gender, and social

Go deeper!


Reed Konsler