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I’m slowly learning not to let my happiness depend on other people.

In civilized life, where the happiness, and indeed almost the existence, of man depends so much upon the opinion of his fellow men, he is constantly acting a studied part.      Washington Irving All the world’s a stage, And all … Continue reading

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Socialization and the nudity taboo

The essence of socialization is to make people dependent on social controls, to have them respond predictably to rewards and punishments. And the most effective form of socialization is achieved when people identify so thoroughly with the social order that … Continue reading

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Of all the “luxuries” of modern civilization that only serve to make us less happy, clothing is one of the easiest to dispense with, because nudity itself is so pleasurable.

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