VintageNaginta

about a day ago

@MentORPHEUS Im curious as to how your ranch ownership manifests itself and whether your confidence in its contribution to your grip strength is merely denialist gesturing or actually rooted in something concrete. I own a didgeridoo, doesnt make me australian.

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VintageNaginta

6 days ago

@asahi000percent The pimp is capitalism. The model works the same regardless of the pimp having a physical manifestation, or merely operating as a sort of biopower. In pimping you convince the girl that her willingness to devalue herself is a strength. She begins to evaluate herself along the lines of "In exchange for money, these men get my body, my body, my sex, me, is worth..."

Social media put forth the rating and like/dislike model. This is the same as when the pimp gets all his girls together and praises his best ho in front of the others, making them want to work harder. They log onto whatever platform theyre using to sell themselves and they see other girls, the successful girls on the front page. Working hard to be a good little slut for (on) chaturbate plays out as the same pathology as working hard to be the best ho in a pimps stable.

The pimp is always master, ho is slave. Ho works to be recognized by master who views her as property. In order to be seen as more in the masters eyes, she devalues herself as a use value by generating as much money for her pimp as she can, as an exchange value. He extracts value from her in a way that is literally soul sucking. Many hos, as they feel themselves degrading, begin doubling down on the hoing in an attempt to "chase the dragon"

The high of having guys beg for your nudes is replaced by the high of having them pay, is replaced by the high of having them compete. Camgirling is the virtualization of prostitution, with it we have the virtualization of pimping. Could call it the rise of soft pimping. Guy gets a stable of camwhores going, argues that "at least im not putting them out on the streets"

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VintageNaginta

2 weeks ago

@xxxmersenne Where my problems lie is letting the potentiality, the platonic ideal of a person, obscure the reality. I've found some people much more susceptible to being brought forth. Theres an attunement factor, the more you lift and read, just as you described with the lucid psychedelic states and socializing, wherein the intensity of your being polarizes those around you.

If your family is of the nature to be uplifted by your presence and efforts, you are fortunate

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VintageNaginta

2 weeks ago

@xxxmersenne I can really relate to this. I hope for your sake that those around you are truly deserving of the energy you expend on them. Be wary that a lack of return on such investments, can end in resentment.

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VintageNaginta

3 weeks ago

@kimsinrd When you break the preconceptions that allow you to derive value where there is none, you will feel no compulsion to waste time with youtube, social media, pornography etc.

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VintageNaginta

about a month ago

As the amount of labour one must expend in order to have sex decreases, the inherent value of that sex will diminish in proportion. Therefore those who validate themselves via their sexual conquests can only do so through castration.

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VintageNaginta

about a month ago

@VintageNaginta Self awareness needs move beyond the jouissance of self awareness. Dont identify with negative traits as they become apparent. Use the awareness, instead, to route them.

"I have a tendancy to..."

Stop that then. Tendancy gone.

VintageNaginta

about a month ago

@MentORPHEUS Where I put recovery, I should have put progression. I know what MS is

MentORPHEUS

about a month ago

@VintageNaginta "Cant help but wonder how her recovery might have gone otherwise."

One does not recover from MS. It's a progressive deterioration marked by periods of exacerbation and remission, with more permanent nerve damage remaining after each episode. Exercise and heat can trigger a flare-up.

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VintageNaginta

about a month ago

@redpillschool steel pipe, trampoline spring, ice pick...

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