The Brick Wall of Washing Machines

Categories: AltLeft, Futurism, Tech, Uncategorized

People probably make too much fuss about defining biological sex in terms of its organic components. The term “chromosomes” gets thrown about, maybe because it is commonly used in basic biology education and is consequently a bit more accessible than “gametes,” although gametes are in fact the heart of the matter. Several different chromosomal combinations […]

On Agency and Accountability

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Is it morally permissible for a 14-year-old to be enlisted in the military under any circumstance? The impulse this question elicits is one of disgust, founded on a historically and geographically local set of assumptions about moral agency and its relationship to age. The “true” existence of agency itself is contestable if taken to mean […]

PMS City

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As with labels such as “schizophrenia,” and many besides, premenstrual syndrome is a symptomatological diagnosis – a category formed not on the basis of any known cause but on a loosely associated set of symptoms, which are many and vary in severity. And none of them should exist. Evolution has had a near-eternity to chip […]

A Brief Look at “Incel” Hysteria

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Individuals of the libertine persuasion, those who take delight in the kind of bland sex-positive advocacy for which there are now countless figureheads on the internet, have suggested to me many times that the availability of internet pornography is behind recent falls in sexual violence, beginning roughly in the early 90s. I did not think […]

A World of Trauma – Civilizational Psychosadomasochism and Emptiness

Categories: AltLeft, Black Pill, Futurism, Tech, Uncategorized

According to Google’s vast textual corpora, there was nary an instance of the term “trauma,” or its distinctly psychiatric derivative “traumatized,” in written English prior to the 1880s. The first usage of “trauma” is documented in the 1690s, at which point it referred to physical wounding only. Its “psychic wound” sense did not pick up […]