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This is Previous-Essay <== This-Essay ==> Following-Essay Click HERE on this line to find essays via Your-Key-Words. {Most frequent wordstarts of each essay will be put here.} ========================================================== %HUMANE JUST HONEST OPEN REFLEXIVE EXPERIMENTAL SIN+021102 %LIMITATIONS CONSTRAINTS LONG TERM PERSONAL LIVES+021102 %LOVERS RELATIONSHIPS MUTUALITY DESIRED DEMONSTRATE+021102 %DIFFERENCES LEGITIMATE RISKS OBJECTION BLOCKAGES+021102 %POWERS THAT BE DOMINATION SYSTEM THOU THINGS GOD+021102 %TOLERATE PERMIT FORBID OBJECTIONS JUDGMENTAL EVIL 021102 What are the helpful limitations/constraints --- which humane/honest humans can impose upon each other; to maintain long-term personal and communal integrities; to minimize the risks, dangers, hazards, costs; to them all, while maximizing benefits to them all; in balanced, open, honest and cooperative efforts; to best demonstrate --- many diverse new kinds of experimental/mutually-desired relationships? How can humane/honest humans discern the differences between legitimate observations made about the risks of experimental/mutually-desired humane relationships --- and illegitimate objections/blockages imposed by faithful servants of "The Powers That Be" of "The Domination System" which cannot tolerate: openness, honesty, personal-integrities, communal-integrities, creative-authenticity, revealing-dreams, revealing-visions, intimacy, imaginative-cooperation, liberations, healings, reconciliations, conflict-resolutions-for-all, love and integrative-sexual-relationships? How can authentic humane experimentation be encouraged; without running excessive risks of people-in-private doing things which will undermine the legitimate personal and communal integrities of the whole? Who is to say? Who is to impose limitations? How? Who is to judge what limitations do really help; in ways which are just, open, honest & balanced? Who is to say what police/judicial/corrective procedures make matters worse --- not better. (c) 2005 by Paul A. Smith in (On Being Yourself, Whole and Healthy) ==========================================================