Sexual Desire – Getting a Monkey off My Back

Henry Makow Ph.D. — June 19, 2013

(Disclaimer: By “sexual desire,” I am referring to the random anonymous lust fostered by the mass media, not the desire a happily married couple might feel.)
During my late twenties, I enjoyed a short period of grace when I considered taking vows of celibacy and becoming a monk.
I rejected this path because I had not yet explored the promise of love and sex heralded by our occult-ure which still held me in its thrall.
I compared myself to a hamburger cooked on one-side. I had some spiritual insight but lacked worldly experience.  As long as I felt I was “missing something,” I wouldn’t be free.
My sordid sexual odyssey resembles many men of my generation. Three failed marriages; two based on sexual attraction. Strippers. Playboy Videos. Internet porn (tasteful nudity only.) My strategy was not to deny myself, and therefore make it an issue. Rather I wanted to show my animal self that what it craved was nothing special. I wanted the “Holy Grail” to rust and fall off its hinges.
I get bored easily but, unfortunately, transcending sexual desire has taken 35 years. By some mysterious alchemy, probably related to being 63, I am now largely free of this debilitating dis-ease and can’t help doing a happy dance.
The male attraction to women is mostly sexual.  This desire totally distorts our perception. It gives women an aura they don’t deserve. Intuitively, they exploit this male weakness.
Were it not for sex, would men spend any time with women? I estimate that at least 50% of couples are otherwise incompatible. This corresponds to the divorce rate.
Sexual liberation” is not wanting sex. Heavy chains have been removed from my shoulders.
Men think their sex drive is a blessing, a proof of manliness and source of bliss. Men should realize it is a curse occupying our thoughts day and night. Worse, this addiction was created and fed by Illuminati social engineers.


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