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de la Bédoyère’s Maxims, No. 2

An anthropologist from Mars might start his study by looking at women’s magazines. He would conclude that their sole preoccupations were personal appearance, food and sex. He would borrow for his learned paper the title, “Knit your own Orgasm.” There … Continue reading

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de la Bédoyère’s Maxims, No. 1

A maxim is never completely true nor completely false; it is only of value to the active mind. Truth is to be found at the place that the three roads meet: the road of paradox, the road of ambiguity and … Continue reading

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