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Posted by Toph on August 28, 2005, at 12:02:56

In reply to RE: DREAMS ABOUT NASTY BATHROOMS, posted by aurora_2323 on August 28, 2005, at 10:56:09

Here's a far flung psychoanalytic interpretation. Elimination is one of an infant's first pleasures. It soon becomes a source of primative anxiety and neurosis as parents begin to impose controls and associate shame with the act. Sex involves the same organs and is instilled with the same feelings of shame, guilt and other conflicts - the drive vs. norms of conduct created by parents and society. Many of us are conflicted by our urges to be sexual and aspects of our unconscious that view it as dirty. The pursuit of a partner is, on the one hand, driven by the sexual urge as powerful as a full bladder while frustrated by the sometimes unpleasant mucking through sh*tty altenatives, some as unpleasant as used toilet paper. Finding a pure love partner can be as difficult as locating a gas station toilet you can actually sit down on. In the end, when you've made your way through all the crap, good sex is good clean fun.

OK, so maybe I had too much coffee this morning.




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