Contemplative Reflections on Connection, Sex, and Liberation
Part 2: The celebration of diversity to cultivate human connection and understanding.
Following my first post in this series, Acceptance
Can Written or Spoken Words Be Considered Violence and Therefore Responsible for Violent Acts?
A semantic analysis and follow-up to my article, “Words Themselves Are Not Violence — Only Physical Acts of Aggression Are.”
Words Themselves Are Not Violence - Only Physical Acts of Aggression Are
Violence is a physical action, whereas words are symbols acting as intellectual constructs.
Sticks and stones may break my bones,
Too Many Gender Identifying Pronouns: The Decision Fatigue Paradox
The nature and economy of language provide clues about which pronouns will endure in the Queer Community.
Pronouns used to
Your Relationship with Your Mind (the Ego) and the Other
Changing the Structure of Self-Criticism
The relationship you have with your mind determines how you feel about yourself.
Words That Hurt: What You Say Matters – LOP047
“Sticks and stones may break my bones, but names will never hurt me.”
The intention behind words matters.