😆 Now that’s a delightfully unique, hilarious, and utterly twisted riff on the fairy tale trope of the dragon and the captured or sacrificed princess. And, yes, to inform the more sheltered out there, vore – short for vorarephilia – is a kink, hopefully, one firmly restricted to fantasy.
I can’t say that America is suffering from and through its worst generation gap. That would, IMHO, be the cap in outlook, beliefs, and patriotism between the Silent Generation and the Baby Boomers (Hippies). I can say, however, that the gap between the Millennials (Gen Y) and a significant subset of Generation Z and all former generations of Americans is both disgusting and profound.
But yeah! Greta Thunberg’s generation is going to start a revolution? Not very likely unless it can function and make an impact via social media and #Hashtaggery alone. :LOL:
Personally, I think that women have been trained to believe that the primary reason that they either can’t get a man or keep a man is their physical beauty since the first person realized that he or she could make a living off of convincing women of that idea.
More often though, when it comes to a man breaking up with a woman, it’s not at all about her appearance. It’s about how she acts and what her ideology is. Most men, especially those men who are “worth anything as men” will leave post-haste as soon as they realize that the female they’re with is not a woman, but a womyn. They leave because socialists, feminists, “wokelings,” and similar sorts make piss-poor mates and should never be allowed into circumstances when and where they might bear children.
Then again, there is some truth to such womyn’s sentiments, just not in the shallow, venal, ephemeral context that they relegate men’s opinions to. Men have, do, and will break up with womyn because they’re ugly. It’s just that it’s the ugliness of their minds and souls, not of their features and forms, that drive good men away.
Cosmology in the religious as opposed to the secular, anti-theist context, is the explanation of the origin, evolution, and eventual fate of the universe, from a more natural, religious perspective. It is also largely irrelevant to us mortals. Our personal cosmology is what we should be concerned about, not Creation’s.
So, rather than considering Heaven’s plan for creation, consider the state of your own soul and the angel and devil on your shoulders.
Of course, if you’re at all like me, you’re more likely considering how to get either your angel or your devil on both your shoulders. 😉
As I’ve said before, we’ve been in a long slide into immorality and societal collapse. As I’ve also said before, this is to some extent to be expected; it’s the natural result of certain thought patterns and the normal cycle of Man.
Still, when it becomes more societally fundamental and destroying basic behavioral rules which aid in that society being civil, it’s maddening. The simple fact that Millennials have turned “speak no evil, hear no evil, see no evil” on its ear speaks directly to what is wrong with today’s generation, who are horrifically the future of society.
And yeah, it’d be so easy to partially excuse them and blame it on modern technology. That, however, doesn’t make any more sense than blaming firearms for people’s violence. Sure, constant internet usage and the nature of social media make their bad behavior easier, but they’re not the cause of it. The cause of it is something that is very wrong in the hearts, minds, and souls of the Millennials.