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Everywhere I look it’s sex sex sex yet I keep seeing sex being censored. What the fuck is it with society’s ass backwards mentality? It’s constantly ‘do as I say not what I do’.
Let’s begin with alcohol. People always wanna hit the bar or grab a drink. It’s seen as cool and fun and carefree but it’s not. That lifestyle is full of insecurity and a wish to not just fit in but reign. Almost every mixed drink on the menu has to do with sex. Suck, Bank ‘N Blo; Angel’s Tit; Bend Over Shirley; Liquid Viagra; Sex on the Beach, my favorite mixed drink back in the day by the way along with Bahama Mama. I very rarely drank because I have Asian flush and I haven’t had a sip in over 7-ish years because I just don’t like feeling drunk. Things that shut down the brain as opposed to awaken or exercise it aren’t my jam. Not to mention that alcohol doesn’t seem like something that will benefit my body but rather something that would eventually weigh it down. People never have water guts, right? They have beer guts.
Now, let’s move on to porn. It doesn’t need to be said it’s everywhere and easily accessible. It used to be that if you wanted something, you worked for it. Nowadays, why approach someone for a date when you can swipe? Nowadays, flirting is seen and mis-labeled as ‘harassment’. It is no longer about the person’s vibe, it’s about their persona and appearance. Besides, all their pheromones are covered up with artificial scents and toxins, so now we only have our eyes to judge with instead of using our other senses like in the good old days.
This all affects the youth population. Little girls get into the whole hair, nails, makeup, dress up thing really young. My niece just turned 5 and she’s even into it. This isn’t from instinct, it’s from exposure. How can we encourage our children to love themselves just the way they are whilst layering makeup on our own faces? How can we encourage our children to love thy neighbor knowing those neighbors are all wearing facades while also preaching to them to be selective with their love? We can tell them to grow up and be the change they want to see but unless we do so, as their example, it’s monkey see monkey do. This is how cliques are formed, where the rules of conformity are more rigid. Kids now strive to be hot and hip, dreams full of YouTube stardom, hoping one day to fuck the right person on tape and send that shit viral so that in 10, 20 years they, too, can be a billionaire. How many conservationists do you see go viral? How many BookTubers do you see bank millions? Right.
Then as these children grow into teenagers, things like clothes, hair, makeup, popularity, extroversion, etc become more important. It’s pushing adult things onto them instead of these things developing naturally. No wonder kids are dating so soon and losing your virginity after 16 is seen as weird or uncool. If we say our body is a temple, we can’t be teaching that the public is welcome. We need to be setting the example that only those who share our virtues are welcome in.
Society praising shallow people or things is shifting our internal energy which, in turn, affects the collective energy. Just as each individual carries their own energy, each species or group does too. We know this aspect as ‘culture’. Valuing, desiring, worshipping the materialistic or the shallow shifts energy from the top of the body like the mind and heart – the crown, third eye, throat and heart chakras – to the lower regions- solar plexus and sacral, where anxiety and sex are.
Think about it this way. When you filter water, the gunk lands on the bottom because of gravity. When you do body flushes to release the toxins from your body, they either come out your ass or your feet. The bottom is where life begins and ends.
Think about it like this too. Things grow from the bottom up. A tree, a vegetable, sentient beings. We begin our lives on the ground from within the ground then eventually grow skywards. We grow for a reason. Growth indicates nourishment, health, strength. Humans went through 5-7 million years of development and climbing hills of knowledge just to shrink and sink back down again. We went from caves to houses equipped with luxury like indoor plumbing and heat. By focusing on the sexual, we keep ourselves at ground level instead of higher where flight and fantasy take place. We condone this favoritism of the basic by shielding it with labels like ’empowerment’, and if you aren’t hypersexual you’re a ‘prude’.
This is making us all materialistic. We care about what we drive, where we live, who we’re seen with, what kind of stuff we have. We add filters to our photos, our faces, our bodies, our voice. We feel we have to, standing out usually has shit repercussions. Ask yourself, in this super sexual society, who do you think your love interest will choose – you with your sweaty pits and hiking boots on or the person pounding booze and dancing surrounded by a group of hooting and hollering fans and simps? Life is hard. Serious things are a bummer. To most, it’s living in the moment with the herd. To a rare few, life is way deeper with deep authentic intention for the greater good of the herd. Change is nice but let’s ask ourselves – is it really possible if we keep wishing and just talking about it instead of making a constant conscious effort for it and actually reach for the star? Actions speak louder than words. If you want to move mountains, you should learn to climb them too. I’d love to see more groups of friends hiking a trail or picking up trash from a beach, no cameras but in person in reality.
I wish we could all be like kids in the playground and run up to a stranger and excitedly say “Hey! Wanna play?!” Nothing sexy, no facades, just unashamed escapes of farts and crusty faces and squeaks of joy. Kids don’t see things like race or social status, what kind of clothes you’re wearing or if you have a cool car, or the appearance or size of ones private parts- they just want to make friends. They don’t care about cleavage or dresses that seem painted on or how many likes they get on Instagram. If you ask me, they’re the ones truly living in the moment. It’s up to us to shape them into people of depth and substance, with big minds and bigger thoughts, to move the herd forward and skywards.
Sparkle bright. Your lady Sadie peacing out.