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The Truth About Sex

Scientists claim that they don't fully understand the ways the media's casual treatment of sex effects the minds of growing children-- but they do. Those negative effects, you see, are all part of the plan.

Since biblical times, the historical antecedents of Reptilians have controlled how we think about sex.

Numerous pop songs from the 90s make veiled references to this.

Sex has inspired a lot of deep philosophical thinking over the years, particularly during the Great Recession. Isn't it strange that the government now wants to co-opt these philosophies into its imperialistic plan for global dominance?

The Chinese character for sex looks a lot like the character for Stephen Colbert's name-- and it's not a coincidence.

Our demands for transparency on this issue have largely been ignored.

When in doubt, question your world view. Ask yourself why you think in certain ways, and whether there is a better way to think. You may find yourself realizing a lot more about the world around you.

Sources:
  1. Lasswell, Harold Dwight. Politics: Who gets what, when, how. New York: P. Smith, 1950.
  2. Alesina, Alberto, and Howard Rosenthal. Partisan politics, divided government, and the economy. Cambridge University Press, 1995.
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