Yet.. is it?
Lately she's found it quite embarrassing to even be around people, free or slave, who are so chest thumping they think their gorean is better than anothers. There's no set of rules and just when you think there is, as in years ago, you might find that what you thought you knew... means nothing. All these years spent to have Goreans respected and recognized as a lifestyle, alternative way of living or whatever you might want to call it.. seperate from BDSM, isn't getting better, but worse.
Societies and communities grow with people.
Observation and communication, watching and listening. Learning..
The book-- Try to live by it.. and you'll find at some point that you need to get the hell out of it. It doesn't work. Then later.. it's back to the book again.
It's fine that some don't recognize the institution of marriage as gorean. That doesn't keep us from the path. It's a silly argument especially when it can be shown in many that parts of their lives wouldn't be considered gorean either. Whoopdee dooo.
Our marriage contradicts the gorean ethology. It will not stop us from believing in what we do.
Blah blah blah
Putting people down doesn't show strength.. it shows weakness. It would be much more peaceful to just live your lives and find happiness in it. Live it your way. Just be who you are. But nooooooo, afterall drama makes your day. Tranquility makes ours.
Courage is being kicked down, back handed, knocked on your ass and still being able to get up, hold ones head high and shrug it off.
"Do not condemn the judgement of another because it differs from your own.. You may both be wrong". ~Dandemis
Until next time...
I find myself in a quandary
2 days ago