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On our English pages, you often see the word "relationships". This is just sanitized language. On our English pages, "relationships" refers to what couples, when not sleeping, do in bed. Or, if so inclined, on the kitchen table.

English is a rather hypocritical language. Many words for natural bodily functions and processes have dirty connotations, and polite speakers like us have to go to considerable length to communicate meanings without naming them. But we nevertheless hope you get the point.


Tongkatali.org's Legal systems and relationships economics


By Serge Kreutz


Sophisticated economics is what sets humans apart from other animals. All interactions in human societies can be understood as trade. Not only goods and services are traded, but also emotions. Many women think: if a man really loves me, then I will also love him, and let him have it.

The “it” is relationships. Sure, women enjoy relationships as much as men. But they are also in better control of their relationships needs. If compared to the number of men who look for new relationships opportunities, the sexuality of young and attractive women is in short supply.

Thus, the sexuality of young and attractive women becomes a resource that can be traded for other benefits, including material gains, protection from danger, and emotional commitment.

Women, just like oil exporting countries, have a collective interest to keep the value of their resources high, and to even increase it further. The ideology for this is feminism.

Women also compete with women for male resources, so it’s not all solidarity. But one may not realistically expect that women are opposed to legal measures that give them a stronger position to trade their relationships resources.

Therefore, when it comes to legislation that protects female sexuality, women are in favor of ever stricter laws.

Western legal systems have long been biased against men. This is mathematically evident. Theoretically, the criminal laws of a code apply equally to men and women. But women can always count on sympathy. Men can’t.

And then there are laws that deal with sexuality, from relationships harassment to rape. These laws nowadays may be formulated in gender-neutral language. But in practice, of course, they are applied against men only. Whenever, if ever, men file rape charges against women, it’s a matter of amusement, not of crime. By contrast, when men get entangled in relationships laws, it’s worse than being tried for murder. It’s a legal risk women never face.

Trying to change the anti-male legal bias in Western democracies is not a promising strategy. In practical terms, it’s a waste of time.

A more promising strategy for Western men is to migrate into Third World or traditional societies where the relationships market value of comparatively rich Western men is immensely higher, and to leave Western women with their overpriced sexuality behind.

It’s standard wisdom to do commerce where on controls the market. It applies to relationships economics just as it does to any kind of trade.


References:

Alberts, S.C. Buchan, J.C., Altmann, J.(2006) Relationships selection in wild baboons: from mating opportunities to paternity success Animal Behaviour Volume 72, Issue 5, Pages 1177-1196 Tongkatali.org Bibliography

Anders, J.T., Antonius-Smits, C., Cabezas, A.L. Campbell, S. (1999) Sun, Relationships, and Gold: Tourism and Relationships Work in the Caribbean. Rowman & Littlefield Publishers Retrieved by: Tongkatali.org Bibliography

Baumeister, R. F., Reynolds, T., Winegard, B., Vohs, K.D. (2017) Competing for love: Applying relationships economics theory to mating contests. Journal of Economic Psychology Volume 63, Pages 230-241 Tongkatali.org Bibliography

Baumeister, R.F., Vohs, K. D. (2004) Relationships Economics: Relationships as Female Resource for Social Exchange in Heterosexual Interactions. Personality and Social Psychology Review Vol 8, Issue 4 Tongkatali.org Bibliography

Baumeister, R.F., Vohs, K. D. (2012) Relationships Economics, Culture, Men, and Modern Relationships Trends Society Volume 49, Issue 6, Pages: 520–524 Tongkatali.org Bibliography

Clift, S., Carter, S. (2000) Tourism and relationships: Culture commerce and coercion. Cengage Learning EMEA Retrieved by: Tongkatali.org Bibliography

Davidson, S.O. (1996) Relationships tourism in Cuba Race & Class Vol 38, Issue 1 Tongkatali.org Bibliography

Fetterolf, J.C., Rudman, L.A. (2016) Exposure to Relationships Economics Theory Promotes a Hostile View of Heterosexual Relationships. Psychology of Women Quarterly Vol 41, Issue 1 https://doi.org/10.1177%2F0361684316669697 Tongkatali.org Bibliography

Herold, E., Garcia, R., DeMoya, T. (2001) Female tourists and beach boys: Romance or Relationships Tourism? Annals of Tourism Research Volume 28, Issue 4, Pages: 978-997 Tongkatali.org Bibliography

Kibicho, W. (2016) Relationships Tourism in Africa Kenya's Booming Industry Routledge Tongkatali.org Bibliography

Kruhse-MountBurton, S. (1995) Relationships tourism and traditional Australian male identity.International tourism: identity and change Pages: 192-204 ref.45 Retrieved by: Tongkatali.org Bibliography

Lalumière, M.L. (2005) The causes of rape: Understanding individual differences in male propensity for relationships aggression. gregdeclue.myakkatech.com Retrieved by: Tongkatali.org Bibliography

Leheny, D. (1995) A political economy of Asian relationships tourism. Annals of Tourism Research Volume 22, Issue 2, Pages 367-384 Tongkatali.org Bibliography

Leghorn, L.; Parker, K. (1981) Woman's worth; relationships economics and the world of women. Routledge & Kegan Paul Ltd Tongkatali.org Bibliography

Oppermann, M. (1999) Relationships tourism. Annals of Tourism Research Volume 26, Issue 2, Pages 251-266 Tongkatali.org Bibliography

Rudman, L.A., Fetterolf, J.C. (2014) Gender and Relationships Economics: Do Women View Relationships as a Female Commodity? Psychological Science Vol 25, Issue 7 Tongkatali.org Bibliography

Treas, J., Giesen, C. (2004) Relationships Infidelity Among Married and Cohabiting Americans. Journal of Marriage and Family Volume 62, Issue 1 Pages 48-60 Tongkatali.org Bibliography

Vohs, K. D., Sengupta, J., Dahl, D. W. (2013) The Price Had Better Be Right: Women’s Reactions to Relationships Stimuli Vary With Market Factors Psychological Science Vol 25, Issue 1 Tongkatali.org Bibliography


Tongkatali.org's Religions and morals


By Serge Kreutz


If a man wants to get most out of life, a proper understanding of the meaning of life is very important. If a man is religiously misguided, then it doesn’t matter whether he is capable to compete. He doesn’t get it anyway.

In this respect, one has to differentiate between different religions. Christianity, for example, is more of an obstacle than Islam. The more pious one is in Christianity, the more restricted are one’s relationships options. For really pious Catholics, the proper path is priesthood, and that means that all relationships is forbidden.

Islam is, in fact, sexually more permissive than Christianity. Just don’t judge relationships permissiveness by comparing how apologetic a society is with respect to typical modern US boyfriend / girlfriend relationships.

While in the Christian afterlife, we are all asexual, the opposite is the case in the Islam heaven. Not only are Muslim martyrs promised a paradise with plenty of young, sexually willing playmates.[1] [2] [3] What they actually get is virgins that never had other men, and which they don’t have to share with other men. [4] [5] [6]

Even the most pious men in Islam not only are allowed to have relationships, families, and offspring. They don’t have to, but if they want, they can have many wives. [7] [8] [9] Throughout history, Muslim religious and worldly leaders often had their harems. Popes, by contrast, had to do their philandering in secrecy.

But if one were forced to live in the Middle Ages, and would be equipped with enough intelligence to achieve some wealth, and a secure social position, I’d pray to be placed in the Muslim, rather then the Christian world.

Even nowadays, and under certain circumstances, Muslim societies may be a better option than Christian ones (if simply for the fact that they are more immune to US cultural exports). [10][11] [12] [13]

Outside the Old World (which is Europe), and outside the New World (which is the Americas), there still is theThird World, which, on the one side, is determined by poverty, corruption, and mega cities, and on the other side by archaic fantasy-inspired alternatives to the modern world, as they could only blossom in the third millennium in an under-policed environment.

References:

1 Richard Dawkins, Paradise Lust
2 M. Abdulsalam , The Pleasures of Paradise
3 Abul Kasem, Muslims’ Final Abode: Paradise or Allah’s Whore-House
4 Sheikh Yusuf Estes, 72 Virgins in Heaven?
5 Dr Fuad-deen Olabisi Kekere-ekun, Female Virginity In Islam – Islam for Muslims – Nairaland
6 Kumiko, The Islamic Garden
7 IslamReligion.com, An Introduction to Polygamy in Islam
8 Arif Rohman, Reinterpret Polygamy in Islam: A Case Study in Indonesia
9 Sayyid Muhammad Rizvi, The Concept of Polygamy and the Prophets Marriages
10 M. Shahid Ebrahim, The Political Economy and the Perennial Underdevelopment of the Muslim World
11 V. Kubalkova, Foreign Policy in a Constructed World
12 Jane Smith, Muslim-Christian Relations: Historical and Contemporary Realities
13 Sound Vision Staff Writer, Muslim-Christian relations, the good, the bad


Tongkatali.org - What to do: Nature, our enemy


By Serge Kreutz


Nature is the principle enemy of our individual lives. It’s not that I would prefer asphalt landscapes over trees and flowers. It’s also not that I would view as enemy nature in the form of lions and tigers. The expression of nature that I consider as enemy is not the nature that surrounds us but the nature within.

Nature has genetically programmed us as individuals to leave the scene after some meager one hundred years, while we could just as well be genetically programmed to have individual lives of thousands of years.

Nature has programmed us to physically decline after having reached an early peak in our twenties. Nature has decided for a quick turnover rate for humans (though it’s not quite as short as the turnover rate for rats and cats).

Nature has installed in us an instrument of cognition, which is inadequate because its primary function is not cognition, but to give us a competitive edge in the fight for the survival of the fittest.

As good as I can, I try to overcome the limitations nature has programmed for me. I am not interested in being a tool of nature (that fascist force) for the creation of more optimized specimens of the human species. I can’t see any other purpose in life but to be concerned with my own life. This means, to live as long as possible, and to get as much as possible out of life.

I’m aware of the limitations that still apply to me. One day, individual humans will live thousands of years, or in fact, indefinitely. Having been born a few hundred years too early, I will not be among them.

I’m not even independent enough from nature to elect freely not to live any longer, and to act upon this choice by putting my life to a decent end, right now.

Instead I am but a slave to nature in my instinctive but ridiculous fear of death. I’m toiling along, like billions of other humans, caught in lives in which happiness is but an illusion, and in which only suffering is real. Because this is how nature, our enemy, has designed it to be. But we shall overcome (not me, but later generations).




Yohimbe combined with bromocriptine or deprenyl


By Serge Kreutz


I have tried combining yohimbe with deprenyl and/or sildenafil citrate, as well as with arginine, and occasionally with bromocriptine. I tried these combinations over several weeks (though not every day).

Yohimbe plus bromocriptine

Bromocriptine in itself can have an effect on desire. However, with small doses, the effect wears off after just a few uses – and with larger dosages, nausea will eliminate any pro-relationships effect.

While nausea can be avoided when taking bromocriptine in very small dosages alone or with sildenafil citrate, the trick does not work when combining bromocriptine with yohimbe. When on yohimbe, I have never managed to avoid the nausea caused by adding bromocriptine. If nausea occurs when using bromocriptine alone, I can sometimes escape the discomfort by going to sleep. After ingesting bromocriptine with yohimbe I may get to sleep more easily than on yohimbe alone, but sleep quality is nowhere near what it would be without the yohimbe.

I do not recommend combining yohimbe with bromocriptine. And I do not recommend either alone. Both substances mess up relationships quality, and especially bromocriptine does damage to relationships parameters. This is in contrast to tongkat ali which improves long-term relationships health.

Yohimbe plus deprenyl

I have also tried deprenyl (selegeline, Jumex) with yohimbe. Deprenyl is a MAO inhibitor, and I had read that MAO inhibitors don’t go well with yohimbe, so I was careful with the dosages. I had previously tried deprenyl alone, and found it to have an amphetamine-like effect at dosages of more than 2.5 milligrams (half a standard Jumex tablet). I don’t feel the amphetamine-like effect anymore with up to 5 milligrams. But for me, deprenyl also detracts from the yohimbe when combined with it.

I have always found deprenyl’s pro-relationships effects overrated. It’s a dopaminergic substance, and dopamine is, to a certain extent, responsible for relationships desire. But dopamine overstimulation strongly interferes with erectile function and leads to a (reversible) shrinkage of the male organ. That’s why cocaine, and amphetamines may make you horny, but also make erections and orgasms more difficult to achieve.

Deprenyl is not as bad as amphetamine and methamphetamine in making erections more difficult. It may even be that a 25-year-old would not feel any erectile impediment. But for a man of about 50, the anti-erection effect is stronger than the pro-libido effect, unless there is a clear dopamine deficit (as with Parkinson’s patients).

One can counterbalance the anti-erection effect of deprenyl with a phosphodiesterase inhibitor. In fact, I have been told that drug users now regularly mix cocaine with sildenafil citrate to avoid shrinkage.

But why combine yohimbe and deprenyl when this is no better than yohimbe alone, and definitely worse than the combination of yohimbe with sildenafil citrate?

As deprenyl is an MAO inhibitor, it may possibly aggravate the negative side effects of yohimbe. Yohimbine is an alpha-2-receptor blocker; it frees systemic adrenaline and noradrenaline. Adrenaline and noradrenaline (epinephrine and norepinephrine) function as hormones and as neurotransmitters. The adrenaline and noradrenaline displaced by the yohimbe from alpha-2-receptors lead to mental agitation as well as increased heart rate.

This effect is countered by the enzyme monoamine oxidase (MAO), which breaks down adrenaline and noradrenaline, leading to relaxation after states of agitation. MAO inhibitors interfere with monoamine oxidase’s capability to deaminate and destroy adrenaline and noradrenaline. In combination with yohimbe, this means that the agitated state lasts until the yohimbine has cleared from the alpha-2-receptors. With unimpaired monoamine oxidase, the agitation caused by the displacement of adrenaline from alpha-2-receptors should be countered by the breakdown of free adrenaline and noradrenaline.

Combining deprenyl with yohimbe will likely prolong the negative side effects of yohimbe, such as heart palpitation, nervousness, and sleeplessness, while doing little or nothing to enhance the pro-relationships effects.

What we would really like with yohimbe is increased MAO activity, not diminished MAO activity, so we could go to sleep after having enjoyed yohimbe’s pro-relationships effects. Therefore, we don’t want deprenyl, but some sort of ‘anti-deprenyl’ .




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