Debauchery

Mar 21 2015 Published by under individualism,Sexual Media,Text

“Let’s indulge in sensual pleasures and shocking activities involving sex and drugs. Let’s lose self-control.” – Jo Swift

Georges Bataille, the French essayist, philosophical theorist and novelist, was called the ‘metaphysician of evil’.

He was obsessed with sex, death and degradation, He relished the power and potential of the obscene.

Having rejected traditional literature, he considered the ultimate aim of all intellectual, artistic, or religious activity should be the annihilation of the rational individual in a violent, transcendental act of coming together. The orgasm of abandonment.

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Double Meaning

Mar 15 2015 Published by under Abstraction,Idiom,The Conceptualist

Can You Come?

Are you coming?

You can’t make me come.

I’m delighted you came.

He came almost immediately.

She’s never going to come.


I’ll come after you.

I wonder what would have happened if she’d come.

I was pleased when you said you’d come.

I’ve been coming here with her for years.

If I’d known you were coming I’d’ve changed my style.

When you come it’s synonymous with orgasm.

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