Category Archives: Sexuality

In (binary) days of old

In days of old, you either had a penis or you didn’t. If you did, you were considered a man. If not, then a women. Anyone who didn’t conform was killed, locked in the attic/madhouse, or simply ignored. The binary … Continue reading

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The Trans Debate

“Gender identity isn’t a real thing. It’s completely unscientific. Male and female are biological facts, like having breasts or having a penis. This is your sex, and the evidence is plain to see. You’re one or the other, and you … Continue reading

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Love of Machinery

I’m currently reading David Levy’s Love and Sex with Robots, a book that gets mentioned frequently in recent discussions about sexbots. The book spends a lot of time examining how and why we fall in love, and though I don’t … Continue reading

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Machinery of Love

Is it possible to love a machine? I don’t mean sexually or romantically – we’ll come back to that later. I have for many years (over sixteen) had a love affair of sorts with Apple computers. My first was a … Continue reading

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Romantic Love

“Why do people prioritise romantic love,” I often see aromantic people ask, “as if all other forms of love are inferior?” As if romantic love were ever a plain choice and not a sledgehammer of narcotics and stimulants triggered by … Continue reading

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Sexbots Are Coming

Poetry? About sexbots? How absurd! You might as well write poetry about dildos! mighty redwood – how we would mourn thy glorious fall What sort of a man are you to sully this highest art with such perversion? I have … Continue reading

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Aphrodite’s Loves

How could I not love Hephaestus? The singular passion of his love for me is a light that can never be extinguished. Even the goddess of love has need to be loved, and my husband’s divine heart is a wellspring … Continue reading

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