How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy (t3knomanser) wrote,
How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy


A great deal of philosophy and culture, especially older ones, tend to be reproductively centered. Mother figures, father figures, the phallus and the vagina being powerful symbols.

Fie upon it I say. All of this is based on the premise that creating life through sex is somehow... special, or powerful. Now, perhaps I'm talking out my ass, never having had a child, but I look at it this way: Any pair of idiots can result in a kid being squeezed out.

The powerful act of creation is not spitting the kid out. The powerful act of creation is not in the making of a new life- but in the care of the new life. In the mental and physical excersises of shelter, care, guidance and growth.

Creation isn't making a new life, it's make a new worthwhile life.

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