Connaître Sacral olo

The Meaning of a Metaphorical Life Companion: the Censored Edition

by in Periculus AudAx



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 12/5/2018

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 8.25x11
Page Count : 390
ISBN : 9781546266129
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 390
ISBN : 9781546266112

About the Book

I wrote this to help the American audience repair its relationship with sex. It took twenty-one years to write this book. No one has ever used one’s own life as grounds for data gathering for sex. This book is not about tips and techniques but about philosophy. A female philosopher wrote this book. This book is a companion to The Meaning of a Metaphorical Life, a memoir that focuses on Christianity to show the inherent compatibility of sex with Christianity. This book is novel not only in content but also in format and style, where it is written as a collaboration between two people, both called me. The first part of the book is a giant quotation to maintain the integrity of what I had written previously as a younger person. The content of the first part of the book comes from me as a youthful writer. Footnotes come from me as editor.

About the Author

The sexiest author is a mix of Barbara Carrellas and Aleister Crowley, and is the Harriet Beecher Stowe of sex. She is a former polyamorous sexologist and current philosopher with dreams of being trailer trash (as opposed to a Stepford wife). She took third wave feminist ideas, or anti-second wave feminist ideas, and incorporated those into her lifestyle. However, in the end, she is a menist, in support of men and against the war on men. She is a zelig. The ability to fit in benefits a connoisseur like herself. Fitting in gave her more mobility, making it easier to go outside of her comfort zone haunts to meet new people. Her astrological desire for newness was the key to fulfilling her purpose. The author experienced the extremes of human behavior, and she brings that understanding to the world so that others could learn vicariously. She finds nonfiction to be more revolutionizing than controversy couched in fiction.