This is an interesting section for me — complex, in fact. I wrote some of these essays as early 2004, back when I was a therapist. I was also completely celibate back then. Things have shifted somewhat in my life, especially in the last couple of years. (I am writing these words on March 29, 2013.) I am no longer really celibate, though I am still very careful around expressions of my sexuality, for a variety of reasons. But I am more open now to being involved in romance — and have been involved in some relationships over the past couple of years. But has my perspective on these essays shifted? Perhaps in some ways. And perhaps in some ways, and in the basic ways, not at all. Nevertheless, I share them as they were written.
- Why Sex Is Inappropriate for Most People
- Masturbation: Fantasy Rescue by the Parents
- If the Healthiest People Remain Celibate What Happens to the Future of Our Species?
- Being in Love is a Disturbed Ideal
- Homosexuality: A Chance for Human Evolution
- Relationships: What Lies Underneath Them
- Gandhi: A Damaged Man Ahead of His Very Damaged Time