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i agree

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when i was younger (15-16) i went through a phase during which i argued for complete freedom. this included nudity--not for the sake of making a statement, but for the sake of saving money on clothes, just to name one purpose of nudity (another major purpose was to escape heat outdoors during a 103-degree alabama summer with 90% humidity).

after i played with that idea for a while and established some views and opinions, i started playing with the consequences of nudity. but then i became extremely frustrated because it all boiled down to individual morality systems, opinions, what have you--things that aren't universal.

then i decided to hate all people for it!

i'm kidding. but my point is that the problems surrounding this subject are very much like the problems surrounding politics: in every discussion there is a wall.

the only political discussions i'll engage in are the ones where we spit on anarchy and call most anarchists stupid, but only because most "anarchists" don't embody the purpose of anarchy but instead the personal pleasures that would hypothetically come with it.



i agree

Posted to Utterances




when i was younger (15-16) i went through a phase during which i argued for complete freedom. this included nudity--not for the sake of making a statement, but for the sake of saving money on clothes, just to name one purpose of nudity (another major purpose was to escape heat outdoors during a 103-degree alabama summer with 90% humidity).

after i played with that idea for a while and established some views and opinions, i started playing with the consequences of nudity. but then i became extremely frustrated because it all boiled down to individual morality systems, opinions, what have you--things that aren't universal.

then i decided to hate all people for it!

i'm kidding. but my point is that the problems surrounding this subject are very much like the problems surrounding politics: in every discussion there is a wall.

the only political discussions i'll engage in are the ones where we spit on anarchy and call most anarchists stupid, but only because most "anarchists" don't embody the purpose of anarchy but instead the personal pleasures that would hypothetically come with it.