I posted another one of my polls on facebook: How many times do you have sex a month? (I just want to see if I'm normal.)
Sexual talk aside, I would be hard-pressed to find anyone who considers me "normal". After all, I think about all sorts of weird things, right? Things like the frequency of one's sexual encounters, Japanese clown porn, coconut oil lubricants, what kind of lover my high school shop teacher was, and magician sex.
These are the things that get the most attention (and what inevitably make people ask What the heck is up with her anyway? Is she on meds?), but I think about non-sexual related weird things as well. Things like whether or not people buy new underwear when they're pregnant, what doorknobs smell like, and why people would chose to have their gallbladder removed.
But... back to the sex talk. I guess I don't see it as a big deal to talk about any of this. It is the disconnection, secrecy and non-communication that goes on in this world that keeps all of us as humans isolated from one another. Why would I want to encourage that? Let's all join together and talk about everything! Let's talk about Japanese clown porn! Let's talk about what goes behind closed doors!
Maybe if somebody had told me about sexual lubricants 11 years ago, the honeymoon of Allison and Vernon would have been a lot less awkward. I'm just saying.
And let's talk about other things too... like the birth industry, how children learn, and the healthcare paradigm.
So, dear internet, I am doing all of you a favor by writing about all of this. And I don't care what you think of me, because you are all just a part of my Matrix anyway.