I've been having a chat on Facebook about a comment that one person made about Ayn Rand's sexual psychology. The person said:. Apparently, the person who made the above conjecture is a libertarian and not trying to deflect from Rand's accomplishments as a thinker, so I was asked for a follow-up. I wrote:. Ross Levatter replied: "Chris, you write that this author draws a number of psychological inferences about Rand's sexual psychology "through examples from her fiction and her life. Well, of course, the discussion has continued.
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When was the first time you had sex that involved some kind of violence, or aggression? It seems like something totally different. The former thing totally happened in my 20s and 30s, but only occasionally. And sometimes it would be initiated by me, to like, be hit.
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A brave attempt to think out loud about theories of psychology until we get some. Good post. I appreciate for your efforts.
Sinn, You mentioned that it is investment and not attraction that leads to success. With investment there are two schools of thought. School 1 - the foot in the door. This technique involves asking for a small favor and then gradually upping the ante. School 2- the door in the face.