Re: Nanorgasm

Gina Miller (
Wed, 21 Apr 1999 18:56:18 PDT

I find myself unable to agree with these comments. Maybe sexual pleasure and neural science will "combine" as opposed to delete one sex out all together.

This is some of what I was saying previously though, about individual choice. You could choose sex as nill, non-void in your life, you could focus on whatever you wish. And so could others, different as they may be.

Did you really say "sex is not productive in our current society" I don't know about your angle on this, but sex is a sure fire benefit to me!

Also I'd have to say that drug addicts still feel and enjoy sex. I'm not one, but I am not oblivious. I don't know anyone who doesn't like sex, excluding the obvious celebits, monks, and nuns and I'm sure a few others.

And as far as the vampire gig, you could include this in the layering of engineering the usual unsexual sensation's along with the typical.

Gina "Nanogirl" Miller

>It seems to me that after a certain amount of time, sexual pleasure
will be
>obsolete, due to greater advances in neural science. Not only is it
not productive ( wow... what an incredible unintentional pun) in our current society, it can and will be superceded by greater methods of pleasure. Even today, for a lot of heroin users sex pales in comparison to the purely
>chemical high. Who knows what's coming next?
>I'm reminded of the role-playing game Vampire: The Masquerade (I
noticed some roll-playing buffs on this list) where the immortal (see a parallel, anyone?) vampires have replaced the lust for sex with the far more powerful lust for human blood, which is the sustenance of the species.
>Might we be doing ourselves a favor to somehow link physical
pleasure with
>that by which will sustain ourselves in the future?

Gina "Nanogirl" Miller
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