A Quote by Domus Ulixes on men, man, sex, and relationship

If you are in a relationship with a man, and you need to complain about haveing too little sex. Then you are clearly doing something horribly wrong!

Frederik Kerling

Contributed by: Domus Ulixes

A Quote by debra messing on womenswisdom, sex, man, and woman

honesty is probably the sexiest thing
a man can give a woman

debra messing

Contributed by: tara

A Quote by Sting on religion, sex, and music

There is no religion but sex and music.


Source: "Send Your Love" from his Sacred Love CD

Contributed by: Julie

A Quote by Fredric Lieberman on music, human, universal, food, and sex

No human society, present or past, has lacked music. Music is therefore one of the very few human universals, which puts it on the same level as food and sex.

Fredric Lieberman

Source: Spirit Into Sound: The Magic of Music, Pages: 7

Contributed by: Echo Root

A Quote by Sol Luckman on roadtrip, hitchhiking, hilarious, funny, comical, comedy, humor, spoof, and sex

Then I was eighteen again, literally, hitchhiking in a bewildering zigzag from Toad Suck Park, Arkansas, to Big Bone Lick State Park, Kentucky, to Hungry Mother State Park, Virginia, to Intercourse, Pennsylvania, through the Shenandoah Valley to Sweet Lips, Tennessee, and then on through the Bible Belt bound, as best I could tell, for Climax, North Carolina.

Sol Luckman

Source: Beginner's Luke: Book I of the Beginner's Luke Series, Pages: 89

Contributed by: Leigh

A Quote by David R. Hawkins on sex, money, and guru

Q: Sex and money are the temptations that are emphasized by many spiritual groups as the traps to be avoided.

A: That tradition has value but also ambiguous results.  First, it creates an aversion and a sense of sin or guilt about the issues.  It also inflates their importance, thereby creating a fear.  It is not sex and money that are problems but the attachments to them.  In the nonattached state, there is neither attraction nor aversion.  Teachers such as Ramakrishna forbade both sex and money to his young male students.  He held that they could be contaminated by even just the energy of sex or money.

Inasmuch as greed and desire calibrate below 200 (they are at 125), avoidance was an attempt to forestall attachment.  However, the desire for sex or money stems from within an can remain within the ego, even though it is not indulged in or acted upon.  At beginning levels of spiritual training, avoidance may well be the best course because desires are so strong.  There mere willingness to sacrifice sensual pleasure or worldly gain is already of value in learning how to transcend attractions and instinctual drives, and the intensity of spiritual commitment is enhanced.

Throughout history and up to the current time, there have been a number of well known 'gurus' who became addicted to sex, power, and money, and who covered up their actions with clever rationalizations.  Those who exhibit wealth, a veneer of spiritual trappings, and who approve of sexual acting out attract many followers.

The basis for this paradox was revealed through spiritual research.  Often, the early writings of a famous or popular guru calibrate quite high (usually in the high 400s to middle 500s).   Then, after much success and acclaim, the calibrated level of the guru drops precipituously, sometimes to even below 200.  Thus, it is not uncommon for there to be a wide disparity between the early writings of a teacher and the teacher's later level of consciousness.  In some cases, both recent and current, the resultant misbehaviors create scandal and dismay, and residual followers haev to resort to denial to rationalize their continued obedience to a cult or group of adherents.  Although the erstwhile guru's own calibration may have fallen significantly, the calibration of the original writings remain the same.

David Hawkins

Source: I: Reality and Subjectivity, Pages: 239-240

Contributed by: Tribble

A Quote by Betty Rollin on sex, women, and feminism

Scratch most feminists and underneath there is a woman who longs to be a sex object. The difference is that is not all she longs to be.

Betty Rollin


Contributed by: Liz

A Quote by Renée Vivien on love, sex, relationships, and lesbian

"There are fewer ways of making love than they say, and more than one believes."

Renée Vivien

Contributed by: Eleigh

A Quote by Sting on sex, music, and religion

There's no religion but sex and music.


Source: lyrics (Send Your Love)

Contributed by: metaphysi_chic

A Quote by Vanna Bonta on love and sex


Your mouth on mine our bridge to cross and serve where we would go. Utopia of sensations the flesh could never know.

Vanna Bonta

Contributed by: andre

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