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  1. @Dreamsexual A former AVEN admod told me a bunch of things about the way it works. Everyone knows it's corrupt, everyone knows older members are privileged, they even told me what kind of bs excuses they give for not punishing repeat offenders. And yet, people are either stupid enough to eat this up, or don't care, or want power and join in on this. In a place like this you either join them or you don't. Not much future on AVEN for people who don't want to enable that sort of thing but it really makes you think. What if it wasn't AVEN and it was some sort of psychotic cult you were stuck into? How to thrive in a corrupt place without getting your hands dirty by enabling certain types? At the same time siding with the membership is mostly unproductive, maybe it's the particular demographics. In this case, "if you can't beat them, join them" feels like admitting you can't protect yourself, if that makes sense. That bothers me. I think a lot about this sort of thing.
  2. I was thinking, does whistleblowing really serve a purpose? Because think about it. Instead of international politics think of some workplace or family situation where someone everyone thought to be "honest" turns out to not be what they appear after someone blows the whistle on them Or they get exposed or something If you look back, you realize there have always been signs It's just that people like that are really good at charming others Or they enmesh themselves in whatever circle they have and you can't get rid of them without considerable disturbance. Or they make key people dependent on them somehow. If someone blows the whistle more often than not what you will have is, even if something happens, that person now becomes a target. If they want to prevent similar people from pulling stuff in the future it will be more difficult More likely than not the dust will simply settle and people will turn a blind eye to things In the end, regardless of the outcome, it doesnt address the problem. And the problem is not that evil people exist because those, the real sociopaths, are a minority. A very small one. The problem is people who believe and/or enable them. They are either very weak willed or just dumb. Now imagine you can open their eyes. With dumb people what you have to do is insist a lot, waste a lot of time, and take the risk of them doing something dumb and screwing you over. With enablers, the only way is to convince them it's more beneficial to side against this person than with them. Either way, even if you get rid of the sociopath, these people won't be made any smarter, stronger, or aware because of it. If anything, they will just be more weaker because their weak behavior got them noticed and "saved" by someone. Because they are weak and not very intelligent, they will easily turn on you if someone is good with words, because they think emotionally, or if they are more rational they will just go for whoever they think is "stronger" than you, so to speak. Even if you have a temporary setback, even if you have potential, it doesn't matter. They are prone to pick the wrong side. It's all about appearances. My point is, is it really worth it to save weak or naive people from their weakness/naivete? Some people may be simply young and foolish and may be reasoned with but this isn't the case for all of them. When does it compensate to help someone?
  3. @Dreamsexual That's scary. I am afraid I will have a LD so vivid I will think it's reality. The only way I have of knowing rn is intuition and that you can't read stuff properly in dreams because that part of the brain is asleep. That helps
  4. Managed to have one last night after much trying. Long story short, some un-Christian (but non sexual) things happened in a church involving Joe from The Following dressed up as Darth Vader. Anyway, I'm looking forward to having more lucid dreams and exploring this. Is anyone here into lucid dreaming? Any interesting dreams you've had and want to share?
  5. @Dreamsexual With lines like "Every chair is my daddy's chair" and a scene where the guy throws fruits at the cat, plus the bad acting, the lack of plot, pointless lenghty scenes and distasteful innuendo, it's The Room tier and nearly as funny.
  6. Strawdogs is so bad... I tried watching it yesterday. At first I was like, wtf?, then I couldn't stop laughing at the terrible acting, then I got bored. Only watched 1/3 of it. Casablanca is really nice I will give My Own Private Idaho a try
  7. Some mix between Billie Eilish, Adriana Lima and Jeniffer Lawrence would be cool
  8. Thread where you can share interesting books/movies/whatever on a/sexuality, relationships, romance, etc... can be fiction, non-fiction, family friendly, completely depraved, smart, dumb, whatever anything goes as long as it's interesting to read/watch and enlightening Here are some books I found interesting and enlightening Non-fiction books: Psychopathia Sexualis - Krafft-Ebing Sadism and Masochism - Stekel Dostoyevsky and Parricide, Civilization and its Discontents, Totem and Taboo, paper on bisexual neuroses, The Wolfman case - Sigmund Freud Tell me What You Want - Justin Lehmiller The Red Queen: Sex and the Evolution of Human Nature - Matt Ridley The Art of Seduction - Robert Greene The Satanic Witch - Anton LaVey (a seduction book for women with a satanic twist. I'm not a satanist btw, or a witch. It's just fun to read) Elliot Rodger's Manifesto (the original incel manifesto. tragic and interesting to read) Fiction books: Venus in Furs - Sacher Masoch Lady Chatterley's Lover, D. H. Lawrence's poetry (not my favourites, still amusing to read) Sade's works (so bad and cringy) Baudelaire's poetry (love it) Supervert's books (very good philosophical themes if you can stomach the other stuff) The Collector - John Fowles Lolita - Vladimir Nabokov (why people see this as romantic is beyond me. Very good book nonetheless) Anna Karenina - Tolstoy The Perks of Being a Wallflower Movies: The Room (so bad it's good) Brokeback Mountain Dark Harbor Call me by your name (beautiful movie, loved it) Maurice
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