Sunday, February 14, 2016

#163 The King is not jelous! by Prism & Swank!
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#163 The King is not jelous! by Prism & Swank!


PRISM!


Exclusive for Swank Event!
SWANK EVENT: 

New release from Lam Erin at SWANK for February are his:
Roman is wearing:
Leonard outfits for men.  Long vest, over jacket, and a detachable fur stole.

Marissa lights up the room when you enter wearing  AMORA Gowns. 
Featuring Miss Fortu Creazzo

Swank Event at: Store: http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Bal%20Harbour/53/83/22

Accesories NOT in the Swank Event: 
Black Crown by David Heather (gatcha)
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Hair: Peter by MK
http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/Real/99/222/21
Royal Orv Blue (gatcha)
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Empirical evidence clearly suggests that humans are capable of loving and having sexwith more than one person at the same time. Indeed, most people interviewed for the book, In the Name of Love: Romantic Ideology and its Victims, said that they can romantically love, and actually have loved, a few people at the same time.
 This is especially so in romantic love which requires a lot of energy and resources. People sometimes express the difficulty in loving two people at the same time, by posing it as a logical contradiction: "He cannot romantically love both me and her at the same time."

A plausible way of explaining this difficulty is to claim that romantic love is based upon a few significant characteristics of the beloved, and hence loving more than one person at a time may not be entirely unfeasible, as the additional love would be based upon a different set of characteristics, and thus the two loves could be considered complementary rather than contradictory. Another context for such polyamorous love is having two romantic relationships which are at a different stage: one could be at the infatuation stage and the other at a later, more mature stage. It seems that there is no logical contradiction in romantically loving two people at the same time, and the issue here is psychological, as it generates profound emotional dissonance. The dissonance stems from the fact that by definition, emotions demand partiality, that is, the preference of one over another, which entails some sort of exclusivity. Emotionally, it is extremely painful to imagine your lover in the arms of another person. Indeed, most of those who told of being romantically in love with two people at the same time and pleased with the experience also claimed that they would not like to be at the other end of the relationship; that is, they would find it enormously difficult, if not impossible, to share their beloved with someone else.
Aaron Ben-Zeév Ph.D.

How can human society cope with such emotional dissonances? One approach may be to adapt our accepted norms concerning romantic and sexual exclusivity to reflect the occasional dissonances of our reality, a change which has indeed begun to take place in modern society. People now allow their spouses to have more freedom in their personal relationships with others, and attitude is more flexible also concerning sex. In many societies, for example, extramarital sex is disapproved of socially; nevertheless, the transgressor is only mildly criticized for such activity. Indeed, extramarital affairs begin to be described in more neutral terms. Instead of the highly negative terms of "adultery" and "betrayal," some people begin to use the more neutral term of "parallel relationship."



Please wrap your drunken arms around me
And I'll let you call me yours tonight
Because slightly broken's just what I need
And if you give me what I want
Then I'll give you what you like


Please tell me I'm your one and only
Or lie and say it at least tonight
I've got a brand new cure for lonely
And if you give me what I want
Then I'll give you what you like



When you turn off the lights
I get stars in my eyes
Is this love?
Maybe someday
So don't turn on the lights
I'll give you what you like

Emotions aren't that hard to borrow
When love's the word you never learned
And in a room of empty bottles
If you don't give me what I want
Then you'll get what you deserve

When you turn off the lights
I get stars in my eyes
Is this love?
Maybe someday
I've got this scene in my head
I'm not sure how it ends
Is it love?
Maybe one day
So don't turn on the lights
I'll give you what you like
-I'll give you what you like-

I'll give you one last chance to hold me
If you give me one last cigarette
By now it's early in the morning
Now that I gave you what you want
All I want is to forget


 When you turn off the lights
I get stars in my eyes
Is this love?
Maybe someday
I've got this scene in my head
I'm not sure how it ends
Is it love?
Maybe one day
So don't turn on the lights
I'll give you what you like






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