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CULTURAL RELATIVISM, ESKIMO GANGBANGS

July 24, 2013

AND THE SEX YOU MISSED!

But first you need to start with infanticide.

And it turns out a certain a tribe would throw new-born infants into the ocean to be shark, seal or plankton feed-or whatever; or they-as was done in all cultures at one, primitive and pre-agriculture period in their evolutions-could have simply used the meat as a source of food.

Coincident with infanticide in said certain tribe within the Eskimo cultural ambit was also a looser-much looser according to our own cultural precepts-attitude towards sexual partners; apparently, married couples-there was so form of matrimony-even routinely allowed other individuals-men-to share and copulate with the females who during they day were understood to belong or to be coupled with other males.

And both infanticide and allowing freer access to the physical warmth of another human body at night are easily understood as logical in such direly extreme circumstances regarding the possibility of obtaining food and Martian-like, subzero temperatures at night.

And having more mouths to feed simply jeopardizes the survival of the whole group itself-because food is always scare-always-and you have to work your ass off to obtain it!

Of course human beings are cognizant-not Ferrets or hamsters-and the notions of empathy or sorrow about disposing of or consuming offspring in such a way had to be eventually accounted for rationally according to some form of belief system.

And it always has been-and is even still today perceptible in the form of syncretic references and symbolism in Genesis and in its re-galvanization or renewal in a broader, purely symbolic sense within Christian narrative, later.

But there is a deeper causative relationship between infanticide, sex and the climate, a relationship that even today in any-probably-public school in America-or anywhere?-does not sit well with neither teachers, school administrators or the society that manages and pays for education itself.

And this explains why cultural relativism is today taught the way it is, in my son’s high school-for example- with a surgical mask on and clothespin on your nose.

And perhaps in a classroom discussion a teacher might go so far as to admit there is a certain logic about being able to be closer to the body of another person in sub-sub freezing temperatures at night; they very well might concede this point (but as a student you’ll have to work to get it!)

But the teacher will never allow for the relationship between sex and infanticide to even to be established, really-much less understood.

For this teacher-under the pressure of culture and both school and school district administrators, all of whom want to be able to continue being able to pay for their own children’s socks-necessarily must openly and tacitly support the idea that it is never licit to actually understand sex outside of its reproductive function.

And I don’t really mean in a moral sense; just about everybody can deal with the idea that cultural officialdom says one thing, while people-even adults-may licitly defy this in specific, legal ways.

Even Jerry Falwell probably would have conceded that point in a personal, non-televised conversation, if you believe he ended up being something of friend to Larry Flint according to a certain hagiographic account of his later life.

I personally don’t, but the fact that that this image of tolerance as fairy tale was elaborated and spun about him is positive, in my opinion.

But what can never be accepted, by a lot of people-not just in the American homeland of security and existential comfort as simplification, is that human groups, at a certain point in their specific, anthropological evolution would have preferred to guarantee the possibility of holding on to sexual intercourse in adult life without having to worry about the logistic consequences with regards to survival of the group itself.

This is why you need to get rid of unwanted offspring-of most of your offspring as a group!

And it is not really only because of the cold.

It’s also because it’s a source of pleasure as relief in life.

Sex itself!

But where was God, the creator, the father?

Think about it.

Where would he be?

You know-you know damn well what he was doing!

The world ain’t so small, really-it’s most of the people in it that makes it small, mean and brutal!

But here comes the light:

BEGIN NOW

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