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2018-01-25 01:41:21 UTC

Just tying to make themselves important

2018-01-25 01:41:30 UTC

Yes some Greeks and Romans were homosexual

2018-01-25 01:41:51 UTC

People all over the world have been queer for a long time.

2018-01-25 01:42:05 UTC

They aren't heroic or important just because they exist

2018-01-25 02:35:18 UTC

Some of the information about historical homosexuality is likely exaggerated for the purpose of endorsing degeneracy.

2018-01-25 02:37:40 UTC


2018-01-26 04:05:33 UTC

I only look to primary sources

2018-01-28 14:54:20 UTC


2018-01-28 14:55:04 UTC

@John O - That's fantastic!

2018-01-28 14:55:10 UTC

Koba suggested this in IE general a few days ago. I looked into it, and it looks like a good book for combating the slow march of degeneracy

2018-01-28 14:55:33 UTC

@SamanthaM have you read it?

2018-01-28 14:56:17 UTC

I have been listening to Michael Duncan's History of Rome podcast. He said that although homosexuality was not uncommon, it was not an identity and it was considered extremely shameful to play the passive role a/k/a catcher.

2018-01-28 14:56:46 UTC

@John O - Yep. And the 'sequel', modern degenerates.

2018-01-28 14:56:48 UTC

That's a typical mindset of the black community @Rick

2018-01-28 14:57:04 UTC

@SamanthaM, putting us all to shame

2018-01-28 14:58:06 UTC

Serge Trifkovic wrote a book on Islam and he indicated that in Islam, it is considered a form of hypermasculinity to sodomize another man.

2018-01-28 14:59:12 UTC

@John O - Lol, nah. Just too much free time

2018-01-28 15:00:38 UTC

@Rick Where can you find the Duncan podcast? Is that on YouTube?

2018-01-28 15:00:43 UTC


2018-01-28 15:01:01 UTC

I think it is about 80 hours or more in lenght.

2018-01-28 15:01:04 UTC

Awesome! Thanks!

2018-01-28 15:02:03 UTC

Very interesting. Some parts are harder to grasp than others, just because there is so much history to absorb, but it is very enjoyable. I am in the mid third century AD at the moment.

2018-01-28 15:03:39 UTC

I hate to even imply the animal analogy when talking about other races because I consider it cheap, but sodomizing less dominant males is something that's somewhat common among mammals

2018-01-28 15:03:57 UTC

@Rick Nice! Does it go all the way until the fall?

2018-01-28 15:04:29 UTC

Since you mention it, @Rick, yeah, that view of masculinity isn't uncommon among humans

2018-01-28 15:15:59 UTC

That's a great book, full of red pills

2018-01-28 15:17:22 UTC

Would be a great choice for botm because there is so much to discuss. History, philosophy, politics

2018-01-28 15:20:00 UTC

I'll bring it up after we read Taylor

2018-01-28 15:55:19 UTC

@SamanthaM yes. It covers 753 BC through to 476 AD.

2018-01-28 15:56:36 UTC

I listen to it while I work. I can't take in all of the information, but it I have still learned a great deal of Roman history.

2018-01-28 16:09:27 UTC

I was talking about Libido Dominandi earlier. I haven't read those other books yet

2018-02-09 17:00:13 UTC

@everyone I have a link to Libido Dominandi for anyone who wants to read it.

2018-02-09 17:04:18 UTC

@JC17-OR How long is it? I want to try to make it a BOTM

2018-02-09 17:16:02 UTC

@John O - what are your qualifications and experience. If you have a resume please forward to me. I might be able to get you into a well established construction and engineering firm out of Lakeland

2018-02-09 17:16:28 UTC

@John O - Fairly long, almost 900 pages. You could takes sections from each part though, in addition to the introduction and sexual liberation section in the beginning.

2018-02-09 17:16:29 UTC

@FlyingDutchmann wrong server bruh

2018-02-09 17:18:09 UTC

It's a start to finish read.

2018-02-09 17:19:16 UTC

There are selections from his other book Jewish Revolutionary Spirit.

2018-02-09 17:20:24 UTC

I'll skim the PDF and see how it could break down. Thanks, man

2018-02-09 17:20:38 UTC


2018-02-09 17:20:58 UTC

Libido Dominandi looks amazing!

2018-02-09 17:30:02 UTC

It's a great pick for BOTM

2018-02-09 17:30:40 UTC

It's long though, around 650 pages

2018-02-09 17:32:25 UTC

Thanks so much for posting this! Jones is an author who really does his research.

2018-02-09 17:38:01 UTC

@SamanthaM My pleasure!

2018-02-09 17:39:35 UTC

i'm excited to listen to discussions about it. there is something for everyone here.

2018-02-09 17:48:09 UTC

@JC17-OR do you have an updated edition? My copy of the book is 650 pages with only a short introduction, about six pages. If there's an extended edition I need to read it.

2018-02-09 18:52:14 UTC

@Deleted User As far as I know there is only one addition. I have the full index, notes and bibliography.

2018-02-09 18:52:24 UTC

We might have the same edition, but different trims.

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