Monday, February 18, 2008

Hypersensual vs Coital
Virtual Reality and Sexualizing of Society
Excerpt from Dialogue between Kofi Fosu and Gaynor Evelyn Sweeney

Somehow after centuries of orgiastic and hedonistic behavior, the human quotient fails to remove itself from the singular act of an erect penis penetrating a woman's moist vagina. Jeff Koon's relevance to this mocks the very act. It doesn't generate any sexual puissance nor does it titillate or accentuate any form of imagination. It isn't also recognized as pornography. It stems from that aura but distinctively his image is concentrated as text, separate from what one would deem as erotic. There's a dulling effect in what is pornographic and means of what is accepted everyday behavior. Somehow the two have merged making display of sexual behavior excerpted from internet pornography.

"The human creature is one instilled with curiosity, such that has pervaded and propelled the history of human advancements in evolution and civilisation. The very core of that intrigue underpins all, indeed the Leonardo Da Vinci's anatomical incisions to venture into the domains of the interior on the human biology and recorded in his drawings to the more post modern consciously explicit of Annie Sprinkle expanding her own vagina vagina for shared insight and audience inspection. Here in this analogy, we have two points of order in various historical contexts. Da Vinci, whom believed by some historians to be gay, homosexual, in contrast to the politics of feminism and feminising the female form are both the same in exposing the mysteries in the various bodily and gender politics of flesh and biology. ..."

The virtual, hypersensuality and sexual philosophy are examples of an existence. They can't be compared with coitus, obviously. But to exist in them is to find an accord with one's sensibility as sexual animal. Those who understand reality within this philosophical abnormality much is credited to their potential. Human contact is precious. Sexual contact is natural. Sexual philosophy is transforming.

I whole heartedly agree with your Kofi. There is more to human relationships, albeit the mode of communication, such is not restricted to the lascivious intent of self love by terminologies of cyber. Life is more and technofied, whether hyper, void or allergic to such, the concept itself of coitus is the sexual dialogue and not one titillation, but the fact of respect, appreciation, adoration, passion, affection and indeed love are that which constitute the very process of sexual and gender exchange.

As in an example of every culture love comes with license. In terms relevant to death, we are all in fear of the exit, not knowing of eternity or any other existence thereabouts. You talked of love. Can you truly love, my lovely and truest beauty, Gaynor. Can you love absent of fear and the ego. Love of self is neither a mission nor a blessing. It's necessity. That craving has helped develop you and me into scrumptious human beings ready to detonate, ready to love in completion, from sex to septuagenaric co-existences. In other words, could you love a seventy year old man in true to real relationship void of sexe. My question to you Gaynor, can you live eternally without having intercourse? I pledge my love for a sixty year old woman free of intercourse much the same the love I have for a sixteen year old. Love is eternal. The physical doesn't equate with the sexual. Life is infinite. Maturity is a form of advancement. Much is deleted to make room for the higher conscience.

The reality is usually very much different, as with the impartiality of technology lines in this communication, the fantasy not only aspires to the vision but to the browser shopping for momentary relief, as such is re-portrayed in text and verse of redesign to themselves to initiate interest from other virtual travellers along the sidewalks of cyber space. The reality would be a box of tissues next to the keyboard for the male visitor or whatever accoutrements either party decide to indulge with during cyber play. Is it love? Is it a replacement of sex and love? No, it is an extension of masturbation. Titillation. The secret, the clandestine, the pornographic, most hide in the sensitivities and sensibilities of life and still prevail even in the 21st century. The social and sexual human interaction is in part deconstruction by this method, but to some too it extends a precursor of techno foreplay to possible meetings, yet statistically the prognosis on longevity of relation germinated by techno encounters is few and far between. The reality is it is void of every other sensory denotation that is experienced when one first meets another and until such transpires then we are left with nothing more than an imprint of possibilities and shaped by our own sexual aspirations.

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