Sexuality As Barter: Not A Good Idea

by Sunna

Ladies, I propose …

That next time you have a chance to get laid (especially after you haven’t been laid for a while) by an attractive guy and the atmosphere is good and you are horny… then DO IT. Stop thinking you have to first find out “where this all is going”.

In general, if you want to have a fulfilled sex life, it is advisable to give yourself when you feel you want to and not hold yourself back. Give yourself as a gift, without ever asking for anything in return (spoken or unspoken). There is nothing sexier for a guy than a strong woman expressing what she wants. If a guy gets frightened when you are yourself and ends up running away – – you are much better off. The ones running away from authentic self-expression are, in my experience, not the guys you want to spend much time with, especially not “the rest of your life”.

read more of Sunna’s sound advice here


1984 Cometh Still

by Ravi

1984, The Movie

Today I was messing with our SEO keywords and doing some searches to see how and where DaiaSolGaia was getting linked and I ran across a curious phenomenon – someone lifted a comment of mine from below a Mercola article – a mini-rant on forced GMO foods and mandatory vaccines.  I had rather forgotten it as it was a spur-of-the-moment thing —

But after seeing it re-posted on several other blogs, I decided I would share it here, with minor clarifications, on our own blog – it’s not special or well written – just how I see, in my less-than-hopeful moments, what is happening to us either by design or by default. Hope it’s not too cynical… or too late.

Step by step instructions to control a population:

summary of how to create a totalitarian state click here

Ultra-Self-Responsibility – The Only Way Open Relationships Can Work.

by Ravi
Here’s the premise: Your partner, with whom you are direct, loving and  honest, is “with” someone else tonight. You discussed it, you both agreed to go with it. So, she/he left at 7pm – it’s 10:30 now. You are watching (trying to watch) a movie. Your 3 year old is tucked in sleeping soundly. With the movie on mute, the house is quiet – so quiet you can hear your mind clicking over and over, trying to “decide” what to do with this. It’s the first time for you – but she/he has been there before – when YOU were out on a date.  She/he didn’t freak – was really cool – happy you had a good time, could talk about her/his fears.

But now in the same boat, you are on the verge of panic. What do you do?

take responsibility to click here to read more