Is true sexual enlightenment really imposed acceptance?  

itsallfun1957 60M
881 posts
5/28/2006 12:21 am

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6/7/2006 10:44 am

Is true sexual enlightenment really imposed acceptance?

It's early morning and sleep is still eluding me, so why not post some thoughts on sexual enlightenment? Since I'm writing this, this is my philosophy or skewed view of this elusive bird.

When an individual is up-front and does not hide their sexuality, preference, or desires can they be considered enlightened? Maybe on paper, but in reality are they? Enlightenment is knowledge and serenity. This steep path towards enlightenment, is it time, conquests, the largest friends network, the most winks, posts, comments, or the sheer fact that you are comfortable in your own skin? Is enlightenment the same from one individual to another? Absolutely not, being an individual is the key factor, we are similar but never the same. Our quirks and idiosyncrasies are what forms us to where, who, and what we will become. Just a few thoughts, nothing more or nothing less. Happy Memorial Day here in the US and good day to the rest of you-all.>>>itsallfun1957


rm_zahuma2 51M
459 posts
5/28/2006 1:55 am

good one .....


itsallfun1957 replies on 6/7/2006 10:42 am:
Zahuma2, thanks. Sorry for the tardy reply.>>>itsallfun1957

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