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Any man deeply involved with sexual enhancement will likely develop an ideology that allows sexual adventures (Your life according to tongkat ali, part one)


By Serge Kreutz


The opinions each man holds are a reflection of that persons interests. Or, with Karl Marx: It is not the consciousness of men that determines their being, but, on the contrary, their social being that determines their consciousness.

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Marx wasn't complete. Because it's not only our social existence which shapes our consciousness. Many biological parameters also do: the degree of our sexual agitation, the level of our fear, and, last not least, the state of our health.

But what Marx was correct about, is this: our consciousness is not a foundation on which we judge the world. Our consciousness is but a product of our life circumstances.

A 50-year old man with a strong libido, effected by a stack of tongkat ali, butea superba, mucuna pruriens, and krachai dam, will hold other opinions about life than a 50-year old man who has lost all interest in sex.

A man who has lost all interest in sex will likely believe that it is normal for a normal man his age to no longer be interested in sex. He will likely advocate a society which emphasizes other aspects of life, rather than sexual satisfaction.

Tongkat ali and other herbal used for sexual enhancement, such as butea superba, mucuna pruriens, kaempferia parviflora, and boesenbergia rotunda definitely make men sexually adventurous. Sexual enhancement will lead many, but not all men to a lifestyle as controversial as that of pickup artists. Many men on tongkat ali or a tongkat ali stack will not stay committed to monogamous relationships.

Sexuality-enhancing men will likely develop certain philosophical, even political, views not for reasons of principle but because they will likely be associated with easier sexual opportunities.

Take for example the concept of personal freedom.

For men who optimize sex with tongkat ali et al, a high degree of personal freedom is conducive to scoring in sexual adventures.

Unfortunately, the more developed human societies become, the more is personal freedom curtailed. It is a direct offshoot of the modes of production of humanity at its current stage. Available technologies make a higher degree of governmental control possible, so control exists.

At the same time, modern communication technologies produce a widespread distribution of knowledge, even to people with limited intellectual capabilities.

Control technologies and information distribution technologies in modern democracies lead to many nitwitted government policies, and to freedom-limiting control.

People may dream about intellectual elites imposing personal freedom, Plato-style. That has a dim chance.

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Or anarchists implementing non-governmental rule. The practical experience has been that grassroot-regulations are even more controlling.

Or radical libertarians doing away with a lot of government involvement. But their focus is capitalist freedom, not personal freedom, and because of conservative inclinations among libertarians, it is unclear what amount of sexual freedom would be available under their rule.

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The best bet for personal freedom is chaos. Not the creation of societies of personal freedom, but the dismantling, even destruction, of societies of freedom-limitating control. In an environment of conflict and chaos, people have other problems than controlling male sexual behavior, and men who enhance sexuality with tongkat ali and other herbals will have a higher chance of meeting sexual opportunities which would not be available in an environment of social control.

POWER OR ANONYMITY

In a society, large or small, with an absolute ruler who may be a king, a dictator, a warlord, or a mafia boss, the ruler presumably enjoys a maximum of personal freedom. He is also in danger of being assassinated, or simply murdered.

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A society may be ruled in an authoritarian manner, but only if there is a sense that the way it is ruled is beneficial to many will there be general contentment, and thus a low level of conflict, and good public safety.

Being a dictatorial leader, or even a mafia boss, may have its pleasures, for some time, but the likelihood of something else, rather than a comfortable death is high. Personal freedom isn’t guaranteed for the man on the top, too. Too many security guards of ultimately doubtful loyalty, and too much attention from subjects, and nowadays the international community.

In the modern world, personal freedom requires anonymity, the more the better.

Liberty dependeth on the Silence of the Law

Our tongkat ali ideology has nothing in common with the 19th century dreamers who believed that with the abolition of states, mankind would enter a paradise of mutual aid.

Furthermore, the ideology of men enhancing sexuality with tongkat ali is totally different from the beliefs of labour union activists of the 20th century who seriously thought that private property is the sole culprit for everything evil in this world.

Our tongkat ali ideology is closer to Thomas Hobbes, who (in the 17th century) reasoned that the function of state power is to prevent and control physical violence among the members of a society (a night-watchman state), and that, apart from that, as he write in his Leviathan: “Liberty dependeth on the Silence of the Law.”

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An intellectual avant-garde imposing personal freedom

Imposed freedom has a long history.

Plato considered rule by philosophers who imposed their wise decisions upon citizens way superior to democracy.

During the age of enlightenment in Europe, civil liberties were, in many cases, not taken by those who later enjoyed them, but granted by rulers like Napoleon or Prussia's Frederic the Great who were influenced by philosophers like Voltaire or Kant.

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After World War II, constitutions were imposed on Germany and Japan which embedded a high degree of personal freedom.

On the other hand, there has been a definite trend over the past few decades for democratic political systems to curtail the personal freedom of those ruled.

The fault is with democracy itself. Voters, once they have gained self-confidence, are always more likely to express negative, rather than positive sentiments in elections.

More freedom will not be achieved anytime soon by giving a majority of people with limited intellectual capacities ever more power over the political fate of a country.

That an intellectual avant-garde, elected or not, imposes freedom is a much more distinct possibility than more personal freedom resulting from ever more democracy.

If the intellectual avant-garde is in power only for a limited period of time, then its legacy should be a constitution that strongly limits the power of subsequent parliaments and governments to curtail the freedom of those ruled.


Sexual economics in violent societies

For a large number of people, a society in which violence is not suppressed, is not conducive to what are the most basic viable human concerns: a comfortable death, and before that, optimal sex.

For the economics of optimal sex and for the economics of a comfortable death, a high level of violence within a society is a cost factor. Even before strategies can be pursued to optimize sex, strategies are needed to avoid violent disturbance. Strategies to avoid violent disturbance cost time and economic resources.

The ultimate need that a man enhancing sexuality with tongkat ali, butea superba, mucuna pruriens, and other herbals wants satisfied is sexual. However, to make it sensibly possible, a range of logistic needs will have to be met first. The logistic needs are economic and social. They range from nutrition, an economic need, to safety, which is a social need. Humans need allies and friends (a society) to meet their need of not being harmed by adverse forces.

In very poor societies, many individuals, especially women, are so preoccupied with logistic economic needs that they do not progress to sexual needs, even though the fulfillment of sexual needs is more sense-giving.

Likewise, in societies with a high level of inherent violence, people are so concerned with the logistic need of escaping danger that they, too, only occasionally progress to sexual needs.

Emotional needs are an overlap zone of social needs and sexual needs. On the one hand, a fulfillment of the emotional need for love optimizes the sense-giving fulfillment of sexual needs. On the other hand, the concern with the emotional need of love correlates with the social, logistic need of mutual support for safety or caregiving in the case of health problems.

For men enhancing sexuality with tongkat ali, the ultimate need is always optimized sex; all other needs are just logistical, indeed. This specific structure of the human-needs pyramid has many implications on how tongkat ali users typically view morals.


BYPASSING SEXUAL MORALS

Sexual morals are sexual restrictions. Sexual morals curtail sexual expression, limit the number of sexual partners and relationships (prescribing monogamy), make initiating sexual relationships complicated, and restrain sexual activities.

There are many reasons why mankind developed restrictive sexual morals. Some origins are sound, for example if morals relate to disease.


Disease and sexual morals

As humans, we are rightfully proud of our capability to engage in philosophical contemplation. On the other hand, the effect of philosophical contemplation on decisions of how we conduct our lives is often overestimated. Indeed, our opinions, and whole belief systems, typically depend heavily on the modes of production, rather than what we regard as our independent intellect.

Let’s take sexual morals. We assume that our sexual morals are primarily dependent on our metaphysical outlook, or esoteric systems such as religions. In Islam, sexual intercourse outside marriage is considered a crime against God, while murder is one just against a fellow human. And in Christianity, marriage is a sacrament, which gives it divine character.

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In a non-religious setting, modern society punishes sexual transgressions more severely than other crimes. This only makes sense on the base of special moral considerations.

However, sexual morals, just as all forms of ideological superstructures, depend far more on the modes of production of human societies than on philosophical insight.

One aspect of particular importance is the degree to which a human society is capable to produce the absence of sexually transmitted diseases. Diseases, caused by pathogens, are a fact of nature. The capability of human societies to prevent or to cure them depends on the modes of production.

In this respect, the productive capabilities of traditional societies were very limited. They knew how to ammeliorate symptoms with herbs (low sex drive, Southeast Asian cultures treated with tongkat ali, while in the Ayurvedic system of India, mucuna pruriens, velvet beans, are the herbal of choice) . Compared with the productive capabilities of modern societies (which not only can properly diagnose diseases but also cure them with antibiotics and the like), the modes of production of traditional societies were very limited indeed.

Throughout history, a high degree of monogamy, enforced by the state or religions, did have undeniable advantages because general libertinage would have left much of a society crippled by sexually transmitted diseases.

Sexually transmitted diseases, in this context, are not restricted to classic venereal disease such as gonorrhea, syphilis, and chlamydia. For a historic perspective, one will have to include pests such as scabies and other diseases that are transmitted through close physical contact, whether sexual or not.

Scabies, caused by itch mites that are too small to be seen by the naked eye, would have reached epidemic proportions in any sexually liberal society much faster than gonorrhea or syphilis, and the disturbing factor likely was or would have been much graver.

Scabies is not primarily transmitted by sexual intercourse, but by plain skin contact, which, however, is most likely to occur between adults when they have sexual intercourse.

On the other hand, I wonder whether the Catholic approach (not to get fully undressed during sexual intercourse) has to do more with putting up a barrier against scabies rather than the devil.

Intense skin contact of a minute or two is enough to transmit scabies from one human host to another. Once on a human host, the whole body will sooner or later be covered with pimple-like eruptions causing an unbearable itch.

Nobody can withstand the scabies itch without scratching, thus causing a second lawyer of infection, this time bacterial and fungal.

People don’t die from scabies, the “seven-year itch”. But they can die from the bacterial infection that constant scratching induces.

The epidemiological control of scabies also always was much more difficult than of classic venereal disease such as gonorrhea or syphilis, both of which require genital contact. Scabies actually will not only affect two sexual partners, but immediately most of their private environments. It’s usually not a single person who is infected, but a whole household.

If a household’s teenage daughter has sexual intercourse with an infected outside man, than her mother and father, and her brothers and sisters, and their children, and the in-laws, will likely all be infected within days, and it may be weeks before symptoms occur. The danger is all the greater the poorer the family, and the more crowded the family home. Most of those infected will not or would not have died for years, but would have been miserable with the big itch until their death.

While the disease can be treated today, in a historic setting scabies and other sexually transmitted diseases, rather than philosophical contemplation, lead to restrictive sexual morals. People did not adopt monogamous morals out of philosophical contemplation or piety. Rather, they became monogamous in order to escape sexually transmitted disease of epidemical proportion, and then subscribed to congruent religious or philosophical systems because that looked so much more noble than blaming it on sexually transmitted diseases. Their sexual morals were, and are, but an ideological superstructure for the lack of productive capabilities to control sexually transmitted diseases (a deficiency of the modes of production).

That pious men who indeed avoided all physical contact, and never were naked, were likely to remain free of scabies and other sexually transmitted disease was taken as perfect proof that a certain god meant us to be abstinent, or at least monogamous.

To keep sexually transmitted diseases out of modern societies has ideological consequences because it pulls the carpet from under the feet of fundamentalists who argue that AIDS and other sexually transmitted diseases are a God-sent punishment for free sex.

The control of sexually transmitted diseases is likely to enhance sexual freedom more reliably than philosophical reasoning. And only a human society not seriously infested by sexually transmitted diseases makes our tongkat ali ideology of optimal sex an appealing lifestyle choice. By and large, users of a stack of tongkat ali, butea superba, mucuna pruriens, and krachai dam don't have to fear grave consequences for their physical well-being, even without much condom use.

++Guardian: STIs may have driven ancient humans to monogamy, study says

Whether people support sexual morals strongly relates to sexual economics. Attractive men have a lot to gain if the level of sexual morals is low. Unattractive men fare better in societies where monogamy and other sexual morals are strictly enforced.

For attractive women with pronounced sexual appetite, sexual morals are an obstacle. But for attractive women who are in a long-term relationship with an attractive or very attractive man, sexual morals protect their interests and emotional investment.

For men and women, when social needs (such as protection in a hostile environment) are pronounced, sexual morals become more accepted. In safe, non-violent societies, women can afford to downgrade sexual morals.

Likewise, when emotional needs are satisfied to a high degree, sexual needs can become less important. This is why members of religious communities who find their emotional needs (identity enforcement, group loyalty, friendship, absence of fear of dying) served to a high degree, easily accept sexual morals.

But religions are irrational, and our tongkat ali ideology holds that the satisfaction of emotional needs by religions is illusory and suited only for individuals with a low degree of self-cognition, in spite of being otherwise well-educated. Religious delusions work like drugs, and even intelligent individuals can get addicted. To drugs and religions.

Overall, unveiling and undermining sexual morals works more in favor of attractive and successful men than it does for any other segment of human societies. This is why our tongkat ali ideology includes ‘unveiling sexual morals’ as a public male sexual strategy. ‘Unveiling sexual morals’ is a cause that rich tongkat ali users may want to support financially. It is in their interest of easy sexual adventures.

The truth is, of course, that no moral system can be proven scientifically or logically. Morals are a matter of taste.

Arbitrary moral values

There are no genuine, logical moral values . It’s as simple as this. All moral values are perceived values. They are highly arbitrary. The moral values of current democratic societies are no more correct than the moral values of slave-holding ancient Rome, or of a cannibal Melanesian society 200 years ago. They are just different.

The moral values of current democratic societies may be of a more gentle kind than those of slave-holding Rome or Melanesian cannibals. But we better be prepared that the moral values that are commonly accepted today will feel as outmoded to humans who live a few hundred years from now as the moral values of slave-holding Rome or Melanesian cannibals feel outmoded to most people now.

Comparing the complexity of the law applied in modern societies with the relative simplicity of the law of primitive societies, we can conclude that today’s moral values are more sophisticated. But the more sophisticated moral values become, the more difficult it becomes to recognize that they are just as arbitrary as simple moral values.

With no quantity of arbitrary moral values, and not by creating ever more complex ethical and legal systems, will we be able to overcome the most basic dilemma: that there is no philosophical or biological basis why any kind or form of ethics should be preferable in principle to any other kind or form, or, for that matter, to the absence of all kinds or forms of ethics.

But while there may not be a philosophical or biological basis, there may well be a practical basis for prefering a complex and gentle ethical system over a more simple and brutal one: many people rather live in a peaceful society than a violent one.

The nihilistic negation of all values is, among other grounds, based on the fact that the individual lives of each of us will definitely end with each of our individual deaths. No rebirth, no afterlife. Each of us just occupies the surface of this planet for a moment in time. When we are dead, we are gone forever.

It doesn’t matter whether we were “good” or “bad”. When we are dead, there will be no reward and no punishment. But for as long as we do occupy the surface of this planet, it makes sense to stay out of trouble. It is only natural that we do not want to become the victims of so-called crime, and that we do not want to become the victims of so-called justice, being incarcerated by authorities, or murdered by the institutions of states that do believe in ethical values.

There is no philosophical reason why we should not just commit suicide. Actually, it would be a wise thing to do, if only we could be guided by what we consider wise. But we are not built to commit suicide; it contradicts our genetic make-up, and would negate the biological reality that only those forms of life that strive to be alive will propagate.

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As a product of the eternal fight for survival, we have a psychological barrier against terminating our lives, a psychological barrier that is very difficult to overcome even by those who are guided by the nihilistic recognition that being dead at this very time would be preferable over being alive.

In our indefinitely short lives, I can see only one occupation, which is worthwhile to be pursued: optimal sexual satisfaction. Every other endeavor really is but a ridiculous waste of time.

I am basically free of criminal inclinations as related to sexual conduct. I do not rape women.

I say that I am basically, with emphasis on “basically”, free of criminal inclinations as related to sexual conduct, because such an assertion obviously depends on the laws of specific countries; my numerous sexual relationships outside of wedlock would be considered criminal conduct in much of the Muslim world.

But while I am basically free of criminal sexual inclinations, my sexual inclinations do contradict that part of the ethics of Western democratic societies that is not coded in law. Sometimes I like to have a different sexual partner. Now, even if I can solve the logistical problem associated with such desires without overstepping the boundaries of the law, I will not be able to fit such behavior into the body of modern ethics (the ethics that, at least publicly, guide Western democratic societies).

Furthermore, I am more open towards using the leverage afforded by a difference of wealth between a sex-seeking male and a sought-after female than mainstream Western ethics would consider polite.

Would I change my sexual inclinations if they were outlawed? This question is essentially wrong. I am committed not to break any law, as I do not intend to waste my life in a prison. On the other hand, I do everything to settle at locations where my sexual conduct is not in conflict with the law.

Based on what I believe to be a conclusive, nihilistic view of the world, my sexual desires, and their optimal satisfaction, are the only thing that is absolute in my life.

I am aware of the philosophical dilemma of a person who has sexual inclinations that are considered criminal in the country were he lives. His (or, theoretically, her) sexual desires may be of a nature that, by current common definition, produces victims. If no violence is involved, and there actually is consent, the same sexual conduct probably wasn’t considered criminal in his own country’s past.

Moral-values philosophy

On a social level, morals are a representation of a society’s modes of production. On a personal level, morals are a representation of an individual’s biological interests. What morals never are, is a result of independent philosophical contemplation.

There are no logical moral values. It’s as simple as this. All moral values are perceived values. They are highly arbitrary. The moral values of current democratic societies are no more correct than the moral values of slave-holding ancient Rome, or of a cannibal Melanesian society 200 years ago. They are just different.

Moral relativism

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moral_relativism

That the moral values of ancient societies were different from current moral values is greatly related to the fact that the modes of production in ancient societies were different. Because our social existence determines our consciousness, including what we consider moral and not moral, living in different forms of societies (which are based on different modes of production) will result in holding different moral views.

In a Marxist view, morals are part of a society's superstructure.

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Historical Materialism

http://www.age-of-the-sage.org/philosophy/history/marx_historical_materialism.html

That all moral values are just a matter of personal choice is an element of Sarte’s existentialism, which in itself is a form subjectivated materialism. Sartre’s way of saying that existence precedes consciousness is that existence comes before essence.

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“Sartre stressed individual moral responsibility over structural causation but without denying the importance of the latter.”

http://plato.stanford.edu/entries/sartre/ On the other hand, Sarte tried a synthesis of humanism (for which self-determination is a central concept) and materialism.

“Though critical of its bourgeois variety, Sartre does support an existentialist humanism the motto of which could well be his remark that ‘you can always make something out of what you’ve been made into”.”

http://plato.stanford.edu/entries/sartre/

This, of course, supports the assumption that morals are arbitrary, even though it ads a humanistic dimension of responsibility.

The moral values of current democratic societies may be of a more gentle (and humanistic, and more humane) kind than those of slave-holding Rome or Melanesian cannibals. But we better be prepared that the moral values that are commonly accepted today will feel as outmoded to humans who live a few hundred years from now as the moral values of slave-holding Rome or Melanesian cannibals feel outmoded to most people now.

Comparing the complexity of the law applied in modern societies with the relative simplicity of the law of primitive societies, we can conclude that today’s moral values are more sophisticated. But the more sophisticated moral values become, the more difficult it is to recognize that they are just as arbitrary as simple moral values.

With no quantity of moral sophistication, and not by creating ever more complex ethical and legal systems, will we be able to overcome the most basic dilemma: that there is no philosophical or biological basis why any kind or form of ethics should be preferable in principle to any other kind or form, or, for that matter, to the absence of all kinds or forms of ethics.

But while there may not be a philosophical or biological one, there may well be a practical basis for preferring a complex and gentle moral system over a more simple and brutal one: that we prefer a peaceful society over a violent one.

The initial conclusion that there are no logical moral values per se is closely related to the cognition that, for however long we may be able to extend the human lifespan, the individual lives of each of us will definitely end with each of our individual deaths. No rebirth, no afterlife. And regardless of how long we live, when measured to the logical endlessness of time, each of us just exists for an infinitely short moment. But when we are dead, we are gone forever.

It doesn’t matter whether we were “good” or “bad”. When we are dead, there will be no reward and no punishment.

But for as long as we do occupy the surface of this planet, it makes sense to stay out of trouble. It is only natural that we do not want to become the victims of crime, and that we do not want to become the victims of so-called justice, being incarcerated by authorities, or murdered by the institutions of states that perceive truth in moral values which we know are fictitious.

So, as moral values are fantasies, what is real.

At the core of our existence are biological parameters, not ethical ones. Our interests in shelter and food, our illogical desire to live and not to die, our fear of pain and sorrow. And most of all: our plain sexual urges.

As argued above, in a social context, the moral values of specific societies always are a representation of the modes of production of the respective societies.

On a personal level, the moral values of any given individual who professes to possess moral values are, more than anything else, a representation of that persons biological interests, specifically his or her sexual interests.

This is why men who have problems competing for sexual success in pluralistic market economies will typically subscribe to moral values that allocate just one woman to every man. Such moral values, they feel, will guarantee them their fair share of one woman each (because promiscuity is restricted).

Biological, sexual interests are also the emotional force behind the fact that older and less attractive women in pluralistic market economies always tend to uphold stricter moral rules than young and beautiful women. The stricter the moral rules, the easier for older and less attractive women to fend off the competition of those who are younger and more beautiful.

There are many other facets of how the modes of production determine the moral values people subscribe to (if indeed they do subscribe to any), such as the ability to control sexually transmitted disease.

And there are ongoing sophistications in the human modes of production which will have a major impact on sexual morals, such as our emerging capability to produce, via cosmetic surgery, for both women and men, a lifelong youthful appearance.

Such modes of production, or technologies will allow those individuals who are economically successful (and possess the intellectual capacity to be just that) to also remain the physically most attractive, whatever their age.

Educated women who are, chronologically, 50 years old, but look as if they were 25, and thus maintain the highest sexual market value, do not have to make an intellectual escape into feminist morals that deplore sexist attitudes in our societies. Instead, they will profit from these sexist attitudes.

Sexual arrangements and morals

When young women in poor countries or poor young women in rich countries enter sexual relationships, they do so not solely for sexual and emotional benefits, but also with expectations of material advantage. This makes matters simple.

Ideally, from the perspective of the young woman and her family, the material advantage is provided lifelong and guaranteed by a legal system, as in a formal marriage.

Short of that, if a rich man is not available for that degree of commitment, arrangements can be temporary. It’s still an exchange of a sexual relationships for economic benefits.

Judgments on morality match the judgers sexual interests.

A man who will later be the woman’s husband would, if ever he were to know, find a premarital love affair immoral. He feels “overcharged” because he has to enter a formal marriage for sexual benefits, while the first only had to provide support.

Poor men in general will also mostly denounce her behavior as immoral. As they don’t have the means, they are against arrangements they themselves can’t afford.

Some of her female friends will defend her decision. They are those who would consider such an arrangement for themselves.

But the less attractive of her female friends would likely criticize her attitude. This is because they feel that such an opportunity will not come across their path.

People’s opinions just disguise their interests.

Can the behavior of the young woman who agrees to a sexual relationship because she expects material benefits be classified as prostitution?

Of course not. Prostitution involves the exchange of sexual gratifications against financial remuneration on a highly promiscuous basis (typically several customers a night) and in an indiscriminate manner (anybody qualifies, as long as he pays the requested price).

Morals reflect interests

Morals are arbitrary. They do not relate to an absolute, general right and wrong. But this is not nihilism.

Morals exist. It’s just that they are not high ground. Because morals just relate to interests, many of them sexual.

Those who consider themselves moral nihilists but live along in accordance to their biological, sexual urges are usually just opposed to current moral systems based on religions and sex-negative ideologies.

They do have a value system. It’s just that it has not been well articulated.

The Kreutzian value system is: a comfortable death, and before that, during one’s lifetime, optimal sex.

For a true nihilist, this value system would be no better than that of a Catholic priest.

Evolution has resulted in men competing with each other for the most, and the best, females. Evolution has also resulted in women competing with each other, maybe not so much for the most men, but definitely for the best men.

These mechanisms will be not be overcome.

Nature has determined men and women to compete with each other. But nature has also equipped men and women with the capability to act in solidarity for the benefit of each of those who act in solidarity, and first to exclude, and then to overcome opponents. Solidarity, for example, to create societies that allow an optimum of personal, including sexual freedom in an atmosphere of safety.

But even a gentle, sexualized society will produce losers. And they will have morals. Other morals.

A gentle society, on practical, not moral grounds

All moral values are perceived values. They are arbitrary. The moral values of current democratic societies are no more correct than the moral values of slave-holding ancient Rome, or of a cannibal Melanesian society 200 years ago. They are just different.

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Cannibals on Fiji (1920)

Kreutz Ideology advocates a comfortable death, and before that, during one’s lifetime, optimal sex.

People don’t want to suffer. And they don’t want people to suffer for whom they have positive feelings. They normally also don’t like to see animals suffer. And they wish for a comfortable death for all of the above, including themselves.

People have a lot of good reason to prefer a gentle society for themselves and all of those for whom they care. To justify this wish, no morals are needed. People do not have to wish for a gentle society because such a society would be morally correct, but for practical reasons, because it suits them.

Sex-negative feminism facilitating violent societies

There is a direct correlation between implementing policies of sex-negative feminism and the level of violence human societies generate. And the more non-violent sexual conduct is defined as quasi-violence, the more will genuine violence ultimately be generated.

The policies, and social engineering, of sex-negative feminism one way or another restrict the supply of female sexuality. A restricted supply favors women of a low sexual market value who see the value of their sexuality improved.

Beyond that, restricted supply always works for suppliers, in this case women in general. They can, for example, ask for more emotional commitment than men interested in sex would otherwise be willing to invest.

Thus, large parts of a society’s women, especially those of declining sexual market value, will be against easy sex. More specifically, they will be against prostitution. The pretense, as usually, is to protect women. The real motivation is to restrict sexual supply.

In whatever way female prostitution may be conceptionalized, with as many safeguards against actual violence as can be imagined, it is predictable that sex-negative feminism will depict it as violence per se.

The final line of defense of sex-negative feminists is that female sexuality is not a merchandise.

But of course it is. Female sexuality is a merchandise just as male emotional commitment is. The two are commonly traded against each other. Both are intangible assets.

Other traded assets are more tangible. Economic security, family situations of material stability, a financially comfortable life. Women have always traded them for sexual access. Sexual economics explains human interaction more accurately than any other theory.

Prostitution is sex of comparatively low quality, and even in expensive countries, it’s comparatively cheap for men.

It is nevertheless potentially highly rewarding, in financial terms, for women as it requires very little investment of time per case.

Not all prostitution is forced. Prostitution isn’t forced per se. It is an acceptable decision of and for some women to trade sexuality for immediate financial benefits, rather than an uncertain long-term financial commitment.

Because prostitution typically affords female sexuality to men of low sexual market value who would otherwise go empty-handed and then go violent, prostitution, just like drug use, contributes to non-violence in human societies.

The imagination of sex-negative feminism is that men will forever compete against each other to be granted a slice of the limited pool of female sexuality, and that even low-value female sexuality will have many bidders. And that the supply is so restricted that necessarily, a large number of men not only do not get what they dream of. They get nothing.

And sex-negative feminists think that those men who get nothing will just try harder to please a woman, any woman.

That will not work. Losers will turn violent. One way or another.

Enlightened politics would sense a responsibility to somehow balance a society’s sexual economy. That is nowhere in sight. It’s politically not correct.

Lenient sexual morals for non-violent societies

Limiting the stigmatization of the exchange between material values and sexual gratifications could contribute to less violent societies.

I have no adverse feelings against prostitutes. While I think that becoming an prostitute is a poor professional choice, I understand that in current societies, whether in the First World or theThird World, a prostitute can earn in a day what the average woman earns in a month. If they manage their money wisely, they can later buy a house or start a business, options that would be out of reach if they were to work in factories.

On the negative side, engaging in sexual acts without desire diminishes the sexual excitement which one can feel. Satisfaction is better when sexual conduct is undertaken only when there is desire, and not randomly for economic purposes.

“Being a prostitute” is sensibly defined not as merely expecting and deriving material benefits from sexual contacts. “Being a prostitute” means having sexual contact for material benefits under additional conditions: in a highly random (unselective of sexual partners) and high-frequency manner, and without an element of sexual desire. Girls who select boyfriends with a view on potential material benefits are not prostitutes because they are selective (not anybody qualifies as long as he has money), and their sexual contacts do not happen at high frequency (it’s still a boyfriend they are looking for, and not a new customer every few hours).

Furthermore, women who have many partners because they enjoy promiscuity, whether they derive material benefits or not, are not prostitutes because sexual desire is part of the motivation (and thus their attitude is also selective).

Most customers of prostitutes are men with a low sexual market value, who are given the chance for sexual conduct unselectively (with respect to their sexual market value), and based purely on their ability to pay a certain amount of money. To provide the service may not be pleasant for the prostitute, but the level to which it is unpleasant certainly can be managed.

Other kinds of work are also not pleasant (having to deal with elderly people who soil themselves; working in garbage collection), and are paid less well.

No wonder many First World countries very officially import nurses and garbage collectors from Third World countries.

Prostitutes often come illegally. If they come on their own choice, governments should be lenient.

Whether prostitutes are local women, or whether they are immigrants, governments should do as much as they can to protect their, and their customers’, health from diseases, as well as unwanted pregnancies.

To create and maintain a world practically free of sexually transmitted diseases is an important part of the “mode of production” which is the basis of Kreutz Ideology: To be concerned about a comfortable death, and before that, during one’s lifetime, optimal sex.

Fanatic Christians and sex-negative feminists have absolutely no interest in the containment of sexually transmitted diseases as sexual freedom (the freedom to satisfy sexual desires) is counterproductive to their agenda of restricting female sexuality.

Because ideas, including morals, depend so much on the technologies with which humans control the environment, including disease (the “modes of production”), an eradication of sexually transmitted diseases makes preaching lenient sexual morals superfluous. If there is less danger from sexually transmitted diseases, people will, all by themselves, arrive at the conclusion that more promiscuity (and more sexual satisfaction) is morally appropriate.

In societies, in which female sexuality is suppressed and its supply restricted, there is a striking imbalance between the society-wide accumulated male sexual desire and either the society-wide accumulated female sexual desire.

Some evolutionary biologists think that this imbalance is a biological fact that cannot be changed. But it’s a logical consequence of sexual economics, and in fact easy to modify.

Increasing the safety from violence as well as the social safety for women can go a long way to reduce this gap. Perceived dangers, whether from physical violence or from suffering adverse social situations, makes women seek monogamous relationships, even if they result in sexual boredom (which, allegedly, women can tolerate more easily than men).

Allowing women to be economically more independent, too, will likely let women focus to a higher degree on the rewards of sexual adventures.

And educating both males and females equally in matters of self-cognition will make both sexes realize that optimal sexual experience, followed by a gentle death, are the only personal values in life that stand the test of logic.

But until the imbalances of male and female sexual desires are leveled, allowing prostitution is less pathological than forcing sexual desires to express themselves in consumerism, or random violence.

We may support restrictive morals for others, but exclude ourselves

A dialectical view of morals

I do not only have a materialistic, but also a differentiated, ambivalent, and dialectical view of morals.

It contrasts sharply from what, in high philosophy, is the Kantian categorical imperative, and, in household philosophy, the golden rule.

Why should I not do to others what I do not want to be done to me? To do to others what one doesn’t want to be done to oneself is a common feature in everyday life.

Morals sometimes are strange constructs. Nevertheless, I can see a certain usefulness in having morals, especially sexual morals, enforced on others without wanting them applied on me.

Furthermore, I understand that moral prescripts have a specific function for people with limited intellectual capabilities.

Sexual morals demand that people be not overly promiscuous. Men ought not visit prostitutes, and women not become prostitutes. Fine with me, as long as these morals do not apply to my own promiscuity. Anyway, such morals are good for general sexual health, and reduce the field of competitors.

I do recognize that anti-sexual morals in many societies can be in my favor as long as long as these anti-sexual morals cannot be enforced legally on me and the person with whom, in whatever form, I am in a love relationship.

In such societies, if a large number of men are pious, they may withdraw themselves from the sexual competition. That suits me fine.

I would be a fool if I would not endorse restrictive morals for those other men, so they will keep their hands off the women I consider for myself.

Another aspect is that I want to live in peace. If a large number of the members of a society are non-violent for moral, even religious reasons, such a society will likely be less dangerous than a society in which there are few moral inhibitions to use violent means to achieve one’s ends.

As long as morals are not enforced as a disturbance to me, or the woman I am in love with, I can well accept them as the backwardness of a local population.

Competing rationally in an irrational world

I am a rational person, and as such, have a biological view of life. I will still live my time, and at the moment of my death, I will be gone.

I therefore have to decide what to do with my life, based on the assumption that I will soon be dead.

With this perspective, I cannot see much meaning in anything else but the moments of optimal sexual satisfaction.

However, viewed rationally, the Western rational world is not the best possible environment in which a rational man can find optimal sexual satisfaction. This is the case because in a rational environment, I, as a rational man, will not have as much of a competitive edge as I will enjoy in an irrational world.

For optimal sexual satisfaction, love need be involved… already something irrational.

In a rational, and rich, society as the standard Western European one, the value of a partner in a sexual relationship heavily depends on his age. And yes, this discrimination, so-calledageism, is very much based on rationalism.

In a poor society, the age of a potential sexual male partner is not the main aspect on which it depends whether a young woman is willing to attach herself mentally to him (genuine love).[1] The poorer a society, the more will the attachment potential of a young women depend on factors of a man’s wealth.

If he is filthy rich, and she comes from a filthy environment, there is a lot he can offer her. And she can fall in love with him just for the prospects of a future he can provide her with, even if he is much older.

Yes, for metaphysical and practical reasons, poor societies, especially when they are also highly irrational (in as much as they are religious), are a much better stage for Western men of a declining sexual market value. Specifically, in poor societies, the value of a man as sexual partner does not depend on his age.

Therefore, men who are getting older and cannot substantially improve their sexual market value by engineering enough apparent youth and sexual attractiveness, have good reason to prefer a world that is an irrational place, one where metaphysical and mystical qualities are attached to people.

Religions and morals

If a man wants to get most out of life, a proper understanding of the meaning of life is very important. If a man is religiously misguided, then it doesn’t matter whether he is capable to compete. He doesn’t get it anyway.

In this respect, one has to differentiate between different religions. Christianity, for example, is more of an obstacle than Islam. The more pious one is in Christianity, the more restricted are one’s sexual options. For really pious Catholics, the proper path is priesthood, and that means that all sex is forbidden.

Islam is, in fact, sexually more permissive than Christianity. Just don’t judge sexual permissiveness by comparing how apologetic a society is with respect to typical modern US boyfriend / girlfriend relationships.

While in the Christian afterlife, we are all asexual, the opposite is the case in the Islam heaven. Not only are Muslim martyrs promised a paradise with plenty of young, sexually willing playmates. What they actually get is virgins that never had other men, and which they don’t have to share with other men.

Even the most pious men in Islam not only are allowed to have sex, families, and offspring. They don’t have to, but if they want, they can have many wives. Throughout history, Muslim religious and worldly leaders often had their harems. Popes, by contrast, had to do their philandering in secrecy.

But if one were forced to live in the Middle Ages, and would be equipped with enough intelligence to achieve some wealth, and a secure social position, I’d pray to be placed in the Muslim, rather then the Christian world.

Even nowadays, and under certain circumstances, Muslim societies may be a better option than Christian ones (if simply for the fact that they are more immune to US cultural exports).

Outside the Old World (which is Europe), and outside the New World (which is the Americas), there still is the Third World, which, on the one side, is determined by poverty, corruption, and mega cities, and on the other side by archaic fantasy-inspired alternatives to the modern world, as they could only blossom in the third millennium in an under-policed environment.

Even though sexual morals typically restrict female sexuality more than male sexuality, women often are in favor of sexual morals. The reason: restricting female sexuality raises the market value of female sexuality.

ESCAPING RESTRICTIONS

For men who pursue optimal sex, it makes good sense to escape the restrictions imposed on their sexuality by policies to uphold the market value of the sexuality of women who are not in their prime.

This is possible by relocating into Third World countries where poverty preempts restrictions on sexual conduct and personal freedom.

Your most important decision

The quality of a person’s love and sex partners depends on his or her own sexual market value. A person’s own sexual market value does not only depend on him or her, but also on a person’s environment, most importantly, in which part of the world a person bases himself or herself.

In any arena, in which a person’s sexual opportunities do not depend on what can be taken by means of coercion, but on what is given by means of consent, the sexual success rate will depend on two factors: social conditions and a person’s attractiveness ranking.

To evaluate where a person’s chances are best to have either a high quantity or a high quality of sexual contacts, one looks at the social conditions and how individual attributes rank in comparison to the attributes of competitors.

A wide array of characteristics determines attractiveness: physical appearance, ethnicity, material wealth, education, communication skills, and others.

While in one location, a person’s attributes my just give an average sexual market value, and while a person’s sexual market value may even be less than average in other locations, a person may rank very highly at those locations that are most suitable for him or her.

Therefore, a person’s most important decision is where to base himself or herself.

For men and women alike, to look different from the majority of the people around has the potential of a boost in sexual market value. Of course, it can also mean the opposite.

On the other hand, to look the same as everybody else has very little potential to provide an advantage.

Unlike in Asia, in South America, where many people are of entirely or partial European ancestry, the appearance of a Caucasian man is not an attraction in itself because he is ethnically different from locals.

Based on appearance alone, Southeast Asia is good for Caucasian men, but Southeast Asia isn’t the same wherever you go. Southeast Asia is Buddhist, Hindu, Islamic, Christian, or Communist. Burma, Thailand, Cambodia, Malaysia, and Vietnam all use different alphabets.

Some countries are not a good choice for foreign men because of their social or political or religious orders. Others are a good choice because of, or in spite of, their social or political or religious orders.

Sometimes, the best destinations are those of which few people assume that they would be worthy of much attention. And sometimes, conventional wisdom is correct in suggesting that one gives some countries, or some parts of some countries, a wide miss.

The importance of location

The sexual market value of both males and females varies from country, and depends on a multitude of factors. Asian women experience a great boost in their sexual market value if they migrate to Western Europe. Western European men will see their sexual market value rise greatly if they migrate to a suited Asian country.

We live one life only, and it is too valuable to not be at a place where one enjoys an optimal sexual market value. Where to be is anybody’s most important decision.

The Philippines were ideal in the early 80’s, and probably even better in the 70’s. There was a decisive turn to the worse in the late 80’s.

Western foreigners who were in Thailand at the beginning of the 80’s claim that at that time, Thailand was already on the decline as a destination for sexual relationships.

Western foreigners who were in Cambodia in the mid 90’s when the only way to get safely to Phnom Penh was to fly in, claim great charm.

Once a country qualifies as a destination because Western foreign men have an extraordinarily high sexual market value, its quality as a destination will decline the more Western foreign men go there.

So, is the World as such getting worse for Western men seeking sexual relationships? Probably, in the first decade of the 21st century, this is the case because of ever increasing social control.

But even if the world gets worse overall, there are always some countries that, unexpectedly, get better.

But as with all countries, after becoming a good destination for sexual relationships rather suddenly, there will likely be a rather long decline when matters gradually become worse and worse.

The challenge is to always find the country where, at a certain time, the sexual market value of foreign men has all of a sudden taken a big boost, or where, rather simply, the sexual market value of foreign men is best. It’s a waste of one’s life to be at the wrong place.

Ranking better in Third World countries

Humans live in societies in which every individual occupies a position relative to other individuals. This also applies if we evaluate each person’s attractiveness as sexual partner.

Many factors determine a person’s sexual market value: physical attractiveness, age, wealth, economic stability. Achievers rank higher than non-achievers. Intelligent men fare better than ordinary ones.

For young woman, beauty is such a dominant factor that even stupidity doesn’t matter much. Because everything is so easy for young beautiful women, they are often spoiled. Later, they experience the strongest decline of their sexual market value.

The positions of men and women are not balanced in the same manner in each and every culture. The position of women is strongest in Western European and North American societies. There, the rules are set by women more than in traditional societies, the Arab world, East Asia, religious India.

Because there is no real poverty in Western European and North American societies, material considerations play less a role there than in any Third World country.

The degree to which a man’s sexual market value is determined by his economic means is much greater in countries where a large number of families struggle to make ends meet.

In many Third World societies, it is common for the most beautiful local women to have a Western boyfriend or husband, and even those Western men who can’t compete well in their own societies will have no ranking problem in Third World societies.

Is it sensible to participate in the courting game in Western Europe or North America if the rules in Third World societies are much more in favor of men, especially men from Western Europe and North America? Is it worthwhile to spend one’s resources in the rich countries of Western Europe and North America when the same economic means catapult a man into the top 1 percent of all contenders in a Third World country?

For a practical man, the answer must be no.

Living in Third World countries

In a poor and poorly policed Third World city, morals and traditional restrictions on a person’s behavior are gradually lost. What counts is the economic bottom line. Female partner choice is guided more by economic considerations than it would be in a rich First World society.

In a rich First World society, it would be seen as proof of a poor character if the partner choice of a young attractive woman were primarily determined by how rich a man is.

No such scruples in a poor Third World city.

The most important aspect is: does he have the means, not just to support a family or household; but also, the means to provide financial support during a temporary relationship.

Maximizing sexual experience

By contrast, non-Christian Asian countries, as well as Third World countries in general, are better suited for an agenda of optimizing one's sexual experience.

In Third World countries, a general situation of chaos will often mean less social control over those ho transgress anti-sexual local morals. Non-Christian Asian countries have a higher acceptance of sexual pleasure per se. In both, Third World countries and Non-Christian Asian countries, one furthermore finds a higher acceptance of the exchange of material values and sexual gratifications.

This does not mean prostitution. To classify a sexual act as prostitution, more defining elements are needed than just the fact that one party receives anything of value for granting sexual favors. A prostitute grants sexual gratifications indiscriminately to everyone who is willing to pay. She is highly promiscuous.

Young women in Third World countries who prefer richer boyfriends over poorer ones cannot be classified as prostitutes, even if they expect material benefits.

Men hailing from comparatively rich societies who would like to maximize their sexual experience ought to be aware of the constellation that presents itself to them in Third World countries.




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