Scarce Or Abundant, Nothing About Love Should Be Casual

A wonderful exploration on some of the limiting facets of the term ‘casual love’ and a good reminder of Polyamory not being the same thing as ‘casual love’.

Human Iterations

The allure, to me, of polyamory has always been its promise of addressing reality head on. Of communicating and grappling with the complexities in our lives and relationships in an honest and audacious manner. But I am not so on board with those who define it as in terms of “casual love.”

The comparison to casual sex is entirely misguided in my opinion. …Of course I freely admit I may not have the highest credentials in this area. Casual sex will probably always seem like a crazy scifi concept to me, completely detached from far more realistic and tangible notions like space elevators and time travel devices the size of galaxies. In some sense it’s silly to pay such an outlandish notion too much attention when there’s toy spacetime metrics to solve, but I appreciate on some level that this probably isn’t the case for all you cool…

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Start

So begins the start of a new journey. I wanted to get into some really simple html manipulation but I’m pretty much dead broke and looking for work currently. Ergo wordpress seems the best solution to start fumbling around with it while I get my thoughts in order and start tackling job search and coding. I’d like to think I’ll use this site regularly but I offer no promises to myself or anyone who chooses to read these thoughts on anything resembling a regular schedule.

Welcome to my site!
I’m going to use this as a bouncing board for ideas and really anything. Expect the possibility of political musings, philisophical ideas, trash code, slightly less trash code as time goes on and perhaps even the fabled land of optimized and beautiful Lisp. I’m currently browsing through Land of Lisp, Common Lisp: A Gentle Introduction To Symbolic Programming, and SICP though I do plan to go through Land of Lisp first as I dabble in CSS, HTML, and basics of computer design.