Wednesday, 24 May 2017

What does retiring at 19 imply for me?

It was narrated from Abu Hurayrah that the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: “Allah has decreed for every son of Adam his share of zina (unlawful sexual intercourse), which he will inevitably commit. The zina of the eyes is looking, the zina of the tongue is speaking, one may wish and desire, and the private parts confirm that or deny it.”

“And come not near to unlawful sex. Verily, it is a Faahishah (i.e. anything that transgresses its limits: a great sin, and an evil way that leads one to hell unless Allah Forgives him)” [al-Isra’ 17:32]

I'm retired before turning 20 this year; my wife is twice my age. We began dating only a day before her 40th birthday, and she's truly the most beautiful woman in every room that she walks into because she never looks a day after 21. She is extremely satisfying, calculating, and destructive when we fuck, and when we give each other permission to be vulnerable, so that we may learn more about ourselves and who we're capable of becoming. She rather that I call her Mom in bed because it turns her on, and it turns me on, too. I think that our demons complement one another because I was severely abused and tortured repeatedly as a child, an adolescent, and an adult by my own family, especially by my parents and relatives. I was raped, molested, physically tortured, and verbally abused by those whom I loved and admired strongly, trusted, and cared for deeply, and I was told that I deserved to be institutionalized when I was first severely abused and tortured when I was only three years old, and I was also told that I was only fabricating my narrative by my own parents and relatives.

I think that these disturbances inside of me draw the attention of other people, and especially of women because women are instinctive to look after those who remind them of the cowardice of their own abuse and torture as children, adolescents, and adults, and that of those of others, too. I think that my wife, who I call Mom in bed, is aroused when I do so because she must have thought that it's better for her to be the one to abuse me, instead of allowing herself and myself to remember any of my abuse and torture for several years; I know that my wife loves me very much, and we don't exactly make a deliberate effort to make those around us feel uncomfortable. However, given the contexts of our narratives, our intentions betray our words, actions, and relationship together, so that we can never betray those around us with the disturbances that we've been exiled to as children, adolescents, and adults.

I love my wife, and I call her Mother inside and outside of the bedroom because it turns me too that she knows my demons well enough to complement them as if it were the back of her hand. I love her, and I need her as much she needs me. We fuck, and I call her Mom when I fuck her hard, and she calls me her son when she comes or when she wants me to have sex with her, especially while we're working together for her personal and professional endeavors.

I don't want my children to emulate our best practices by foreshadowing the severe abuse and torture that we experienced and endured as children, adolescents, and adults; I want for them to know within themselves that they are loved and admired strongly, trusted, and cared for deeply for who they are and who they're always capable of becoming. I want for them to know that I need them as much they need me, and I'll always be strong for our family, not despite of everything that their parents experienced and endured repeatedly for several years, but because of them. I love my children more than I love myself; I love my children because they need me as much I as need them.

I'm already retired because I'm never asked by my wife and any of my partners to carry any of the financial responsibilities in the household, which is not to say that I don't make an effort to spend time with our children or to support my wife and my partners with their personal and professional endeavors. I'm retired since I no longer need to work at a corporate setting since it's my wife and my partners who look after me and our children, with the footnote that I must satisfy them exceptionally sexually, emotionally, and spiritually, and I think that's beautiful. I have sex with many women; I often have sex with two or three women at a time, and I love how they're confident about who they are and who they're always capable of becoming. I'm deeply appreciative that these women get along exceptionally with one another inside and outside of the bedroom. We stay with one another since all of these women are familiar with my demons well enough to complement them inside and outside of the bedroom as if they were the back of their hand.

I'm already retired because sex is highly-important to me; sex is the most important articulation of my relationship with God and Islam: the articulation of the Jihad of the only authentic article of being or the articulation of the Jihad of the anatomy of the soul. Sex establishes the hierarchal dominance of Humanity in the Animal Kingdom: the Intellectual and Spiritual Marriage, the Absolute Union and Harmony, between the Most Imperfect of All Creations: Humanity or Androgyny, which is the most important Expression of the Anatomy of the Soul.

I love women because women are beautiful, intelligent, resilient, and they're always full of surprises; women are bespoke of an intelligent, effortless, and resilient grace. Helen of Troy birth of one of the greatest civilizations that the world had ever seen, Ancient Greece. Helen of Troy is the centerpiece of Greek Mythology; a beauty that launched a thousand ships. Women are the pillars of every community, and it's surprising that it's already 2017, and we're still debating heavily about women's rights; we can send man to the moon, but we cannot exercise basic human decency by empowering women to be as they are and who they'll always be: inspiring, destructive, and intellectually and spiritually seductive.

I'm looking for the arrogance that is precise, destructive, calculating, and revolutionary; I can never deprive myself of these artistic, intellectual, holistic, and spiritual endeavors because I need these women who allow us to learn more about ourselves and who we're capable of becoming when we give each other permission to be vulnerable, to moan, to let them know that I want them, and do they want me, too? The arrogance and eloquence of their fuck are revolutionary, satisfying, destructive, and calculating, and I love women because they are always full of surprises.

Wet, tight, and clean: the finer things in life seek refuge between a woman’s thighs more often than we’d care to admit to ourselves

Sex is relevant: sex is eloquent and arrogant. Sex is intelligent, resilient, calculating, satisfying, destructive, revolutionary, and extremely seductive: intellectually and spiritually. Fuck, and fuck hard; that has always made a grown women wet herself, and I speak from experience.

Sex is highly-important to me, and I take pride in knowing that I perform exceptionally in bed because Prophet Muhammad S.A.W. said that, “The most perfect man in his faith among the believers is the one whose behavior is most excellent; and the best of you are those who are the best to their wives.” Sex is the most important articulation of my relationship with God and Islam: the Jihad of the only authentic article of being or the Jihad of the anatomy of the soul. Wet, tight, and clean: the finer things in life seek refuge between a woman’s thighs more often than we’d care to admit to ourselves. I love to fuck, and I love to get fucked hard by women, and that’s something I’ll always be grateful for.

Sex is refreshing, inclusive, and always full of surprises. Sex establishes our hierarchal dominance in the Animal Kingdom; sex is the Intellectual and Spiritual Marriage, the Absolute Union and Harmony, between the Most Imperfect of All Creations: the Divine Masculine and Divine Feminine, or Mankind. I’ve mentioned before that sex is humbling to me, and this is very true; I’ve learnt with the help of my wife that my vulnerabilities are my greatest strengths.

When do we get in touch with each other again?

I’ll miss the quiet and remote evenings I share with women when we fuck and ask for permission from each other to be vulnerable for our self-evolution.

She told me that she’ll miss me when she flies back to her country, and how can she forget about our quiet and remote evenings together? I told her that I’ll still talk with her on e-mail and on social media, and I’m excited to hear from her, and even if it would take another two or three months for the both of us to see each other again, we can always learn more about each other even when we’re seeing other people; I’ll look for her in the women whom I see for our own quiet and remote evenings together, and with whom I also share my vulnerabilities with because my vulnerabilities are my greatest strengths. I’ve learnt so much about who I am and who I’m capable of becoming from every syllable of her breasts, neck, arms, hips, legs, thighs, and her sensitive areas; I’ll always remember the arrogance in her oppressively disarming moans and in her intimacy and sensuality.

I’ll always look for her intimacy and sensuality in the other women whom I see, and I know that my desires, affections, and interests are singular with her own desires, affections, interests, humility, intelligence, resilience, and warmth. I’ll miss her, and I’ll always think about her and everything that reminds me of the arrogance in her intimacy, sensuality, her fuck, and her permission that allows me to let myself go, to need and want her, and to be humbled by the syllables of her breasts, neck, arms, hips, legs, thighs, and her sensitive areas that allows me to be vulnerable with myself and with her, so that we can learn, understand, and appreciate ourselves deeper from our fuck and vulnerabilities because our vulnerabilities are our greatest strengths.

I need this sense of empowerment that tells the both of us that we are deserving of this destructive and revolutionary self-discovery when we give ourselves the permission to be vulnerable for our self-evolution. We can never deprive each other of this beautiful, intelligent, and resilient self-discovery for our self-evolution, and I need her as much as she needs me.

Come again?

Sex is very important to me. I approach sex as if it were a narrative which I’m trying to understand better, so that I can also learn more about myself. Sex, to me, is as humbling as it is as exacting as an art and an intellectual and spiritual juxtaposition among its constituents. I’m intoxicated with the articulations of the higher poetry of a woman’s breast, thighs, legs, hips, arms, and other sensitive areas because this intimacy and sensuality are precise, arrogant, and unmistakable. I absolutely love to hear a woman moan when I eat her out because I get aroused easily from being able to make someone feel needed and wanted. I absolutely love when they give me the permission to let myself go, and when they also ask for my permission to let themselves do the same, so that they may also learn more about who they are and who they are capable of becoming from every touch, every caress, and every kiss that I plant on their bodies.

I need the sense of empowerment that tells me that we’re able to learn more about each other at every syllable of their breasts, thighs, legs, hips, arms, and other sensitive areas because I need this warmth, and they can never deprive me of that. I need them as much as they need me, and I think that’s beautiful, intelligent, and resilient.

I love to write and to have sex because I think that the both of these endeavors complement each other and go hand in hand in letting me discover myself. I think that writing and sex are revolutionary, and I think that I can never deprive myself of these artistic and spiritual pursuits because I need these women who allow me to be vulnerable, to moan, and to let them know that I want them, and do they want me too? Their eloquent and arrogant moans are always as satisfactory as they are empowering, liberating, and destructive when we fuck and when continuously look for ourselves in each other; I love women, and I find them beautiful, resilient, humbling, intelligent, and always full of surprises.

I perform exceptionally in bed, and I will not be modest about my opinion because sex, to me, is the most important articulation of my relationship with God and Islam. Sex is beautiful, calculating, and satisfying; I’m mindful about my performance in bed because Prophet Muhammad S.A.W. has said that, “The most perfect man in his faith among the believers is the one whose behavior is most excellent; and the best of you are those who are the best to their wives.”

Sex is extremely misunderstood; however, I think this is mainly because of mistransliterations and not because of Islam or any religion. I think that sex establishes our hierarchical dominance in the Animal Kingdom: the Absolute Union and Harmony, the Intellectual and Spiritual Marriage, between the Most Imperfect of All Creations: the Divine Feminine and the Divine Masculine, or Mankind. I’ve mentioned before that sex is humbling to me, and this is very true; it’s with the help of my wife that I’ve learnt to teach myself that my vulnerabilities are at the same time my greatest strengths.

Fuck, and fuck hard; that has always made a grown woman wet herself.

Tuesday, 23 May 2017

Woman

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I'd like to argue that religion is the higher poetry of the Evolution of Humanity; we've taken the Quran, the Bible, the Torah, and other articles of religion and other articles of anthropological heritage of Humanity literally, and that's not something that we can hold against ourselves especially against the context of the Greed, Corruption, and Animosity that have seduced Humanity: Humanity has become a burning building, and we're drowning in the terror of the flames.

I'd also like to argue that Humanity has always been capable of becoming so much more than She could ever imagine for Herself to be. Humanity is beautiful, intelligent, resilient, and repressed; Humanity is finally beginning to Remember Herself again with respect to the Truth that She has always been the most unmistakable, eloquent, arrogant, and intellectually and spiritually Seductive Specie in every room that She walked into.

Humanity is finally learning how to breathe, and She will learn to swim against the violent storm that She has been Exiled to because Humanity knows Herself and who She is capable of becoming. Humanity is eloquently arrogant, intellectually and spiritually seductive, and destructive because Her Vulnerabilities are Her Greatest Strengths; sex establishes Her hierarchal dominance in the Animal Kingdom: the Intellectual and Spiritual Marriage, the Absolute Union and Harmony, between the Most Imperfect of All Creations: the Divine Masculine and the Divine Feminine, or Mankind and Androgyny Itself: the Fulcrum of Our Fullest Expression.

An animal that can articulate, comprehend, endure, and emphatize; do you not ask yourself if you are not a God?

Women are many things because they are beautiful, intelligent, and confident; women are bespoke of an intelligent, effortless, and resilient grace. Helen of Troy birth of one of the greatest civilizations that the world had ever seen, Ancient Greece. Helen of Troy is the centerpiece of Greek Mythology; a beauty that launched a thousand ships. Women are the pillars of every community, and it's surprising that it's already 2017, and we're still debating heavily about women's rights; we can send man to the moon, but we cannot exercise basic human decency by empowering women to be as they are and who they'll always be: inspiring, destructive, and intellectually and spiritually seductive.

Women remind us that we have only begun to scratch the surface once we have found the needle in the haystack: sex is a discipline, and it is as exacting an art as it is as humbling as a spiritual and intellectual juxtaposition among its constituents.

I've met many women; admittedly, it is confronting to ask how to approach women because you're also asking if you yourself are worth approaching in the first place: women are deserving of the respect that you also find yourself deserving of.

Helen of Troy by Khad M. (Lucien Yves) 

Humanity is a collective accountability

As with many organized crimes, these so-called efforts from our government to minimize the grievances that have been inflicted in these depressed areas are simply fraudulent, insidious, and malignant actions to deviate our attention from a much bigger problem: the gun trade of any country creates the economy of any country, which is to say that Humanity is a collective accountability because the economies of the entire world are always highly-dependent on the victims of war. Prostitution, as with many other discrepancies that are widespread in every society, such as misogyny, substance abuse, and a plethora of other violations of human rights are political tools to cripple Humanity. They're never interested to help these people; they're eager to establish their control and dominance because it is always easy for them to rehabilitate these depressed areas had it truly been their intention to do so.

Yolanda attracted attention from the international community because of the press coverage that the government of the Philippines and the United Nations were able to exploit to establish the Philippines as a way for highly-opportunistic individuals and organizations to exploit women, children, and their situations, and at the same time, these highly-opportunistic individuals and organizations are established by the government of the Philippines, the United Nations, and all of its constituents as charitable, generous, trustworthy, and respectable allies of Humanity.

I remember that my father told me that when he was younger, while he was studying at Mindanao State University, so that he can apply for a scholarship at Cairo, Egypt, it was also the same time when the Marcos Administration declared Martial Law in the Philippines. I remember that he told me that they would all be asked to fall in line: children, women, and the elderly, and they were asked to get inside these buses that were all transported to remote, isolated, and hostile areas in Mindanao, Philippines, and they were all killed there; there were thousands of these vehicles that were waiting for the people in Mindanao, Philippines.

I don't think that Martial Law is, or will ever be the answer. My mother and my father passed away on May 22, 2017, and I'll always remember that they told me that there no winners in war, only victors. There are civil unrest in Mindanao, Philippines, not because of Islam since many of the people in Mindanao are Christians, and many of them identify with other religions too. It's only a matter of time before Martial Law establishes the Philippines as the next Syria; our country is so small, and it's not a question of how Martial Law will spread throughout the Philippines, it's only a question of when.

Humanity is a collective accountability; Humanity has become a burning building, and we are drowning in the terror of the flames.

It's highly-important for people to know that many of the victims of ISIS are rarely people of other faith and religion; most of the victims of ISIS are other Muslims who refuse to adopt their fundamentalistic approach to Islam and Humanity. I don't know what will happen to the Philippines in the next several decades, but ISIS is the linchpin that will begin a series of genocide that cannot recede, but can only create something worse than itself: the Genocide of Humanity.

ISIS is never powerful. I do not blame ISIS and the United States; I blame myself. ISIS and the United States are both illusions of free will that we've created for ourselves and our families since the United States, as with any other World Power, and as with any other country, is a nation built by immigrants, and ISIS is powerful since we give ourselves the permission to cower behind a false sense of security that creates economies that are highly-dependent on the victims of war.

ISIS is never powerful since ISIS and the United States were created by our own complacency and selfishness; we created ISIS and the United States, and we've made the gun trade affordable and ubiquitous to the victims of war and to other constituents of greed and corruption simply because we allowed ourselves to.

Tribalism is a primordial ellipse, and Humanity is a collective accountability: Humanity has become a burning building, and we are drowning in the terror of the flames.

Hush-hush on Prostitution in Tacloban by Ina Alleco Silverio

“In the weeks that followed Yolanda, so many people were desperate for money. It was hard because the local and national governments were not able to immediately relief good to many areas where people were seriously affected by the floods. There were hungry children to feed and so many had nowhere and no one turn to. You can’t blame people if they turned to prostitution,” said Benjo Reyes (not his real name), 41.

Benjo is a technician a former landlord. Before Yolanda, he and his wife rented two rooms above their own small unit on the border of Tacloban and Palo. The typhoon destroyed their house and with it their immediate means of income. In the last year, he has been making the rounds of different business offices and residential areas fixing appliances and electricity outlets and lines. It is while making his rounds that he gets to hear stories. He is reluctant to share what he knows because he will be talking about some of his former neighbors, or even former tenants.

“Many women who were widowed by Yolanda are young — they’re in their mid-20s to early 30s. With their husbands dead and two, three young mouths to feed, can anyone blame them if they sell their bodies in exchange for some cash or even relief goods? No one is happy about this, and there’s an attitude of acceptance that some mothers have done or are doing this. It’s for their children; besides, it’s not a full-time job; just so they get enough food for a few meals,” he said.

According to Benjo, in the weeks that followed Yolanda, many humanitarian groups arrived in Tacloban, and with them many foreigners. “I really can’t confirm this, but based on what I heard, some of the customers of the “temporary prostitutes” are staff of the foreign NGOs. Others are Filipinos, but who also work for the humanitarian groups. Some of the US and Korean troops who have been billeted in some of the villages are also said to be clients. They’re the only ones who had ready money to spare. People talk about this like it’s a commonplace thing, but of course you can expect anyone to come forward to admit they’ve sold their bodies for money or food,” he said.

A year after Yolanda, Benjo says that the level of prostitution for food has gone down, but a new phenomenon that’s even more disturbing is prostitution for gadgets and tuition. He said that young women from two exclusive schools in Tacloban are peddling themselves to get money so they can buy electronic gadgets like high-end cellphones, or when they need money tuition. Sometimes for both reasons.

“It’s said that the security guards of these two schools are the ones who help manage the girls’ transactions. They are said to keep photos of the girls with them to show to potential clients. It’s a very hush-hush kind of transaction, and only clients can refer new clients. It’s a word-of-mouth thing,” he said. “Some of the clients are also said to be foreigners – they’re the ones often seen with young women who look like they’re barely out of school, and they hang out in some of the bars. You can also see them in the mall walking around. You don’t want to automatically think there’s something wrong when you see a foreigner walking with a young girl, but it’s hard not to make assumptions”.

So how does Benjo know of this?

“People talk about it in some of the offices I’ve been to,” he explained. He refuses to name the offices. “I don’t want to lose work. Times are hard enough as they are – when before I used to earn P200 to fix electrical connections, like busted outlets ragged electricity lines; now I can only charge P50. After Yolanda everyone who was not afraid of getting electrocuted became an electrician.”

According to Benjo, since Yolanda, the attitude of people in Tacloban has become “Every man and woman for themselves”.

“Sure we read the news and watch the reports on television that so much money and so much aid is coming into Tacloban and other nearby areas that Yolanda destroyed. But it’s very different when you see how people live. The survivors are struggling to get back on their feet, and no thanks to the government. There’s rising criminality, including an illegal drugs trade: poor people are forced to become drug peddlers because it’s easy money, just so they don’t get caught. Even women are selling drugs because they’re not easily suspected. The attitude of many people is this: if we wait for help to come, we’re all going to starve to death. Because of this, many illegal activities are cropping up, and poor people are the ones carrying them out for the big fish who really run the business,” he said.

Some women survivors, in the meantime, have fallen victim to mental instability problems.

According to a bunkhouse resident Issa Ordino , 36, one of their neighbors, a woman her age, has gone a little over the edge because of desperation. “She’s not insane because there you can talk to her and she will answer you lucidly, but there’s an expression in her eyes that is a little scary. Like she’s not completely there. She has two children, and her husband left and hasn’t come back. This was a few months after they moved here to the bunk houses. She sometimes leaves the children with some of our other neighbors and comes home only after two days of being away. Of course we don’t ask where she goes, but when she returns she always has food for the children,” she said. “You can tell when you look at her that she doesn’t want to talk about it.”

Her neighbor, Issa said, might also be doing drugs. “I hear that when you’re high, you don’t feel as hungry or depressed,” she said, and shrugged.

The spokesperson of People Surge – the grassroots organization established by Yolanda survivors themselves – says that they have also heard many reports of young women forced to prostitute themselves. “Many live in the communities and bunkhouses that are not frequented by the media or the staff of the NGOs and the Department for Social Work and Development (DSWD). The situation in many cases is even worse – some of the women are willing to sell themselves in exchange for bags of rice and groceries, not even money. They are barely surviving, and they have children who rely on them. People also continue to fall sick in the bunkhouses, and to get money for medicine, they also sell themselves,” said Marissa Cabaljao.

Cabaljao also said that in the last year, many bars have also sprouted in downtown Tacloban. “These are not prostitution dens, but there are reports that women who need quick money go there and get customers. Some of the cheaper lodging houses have also gained seedy reputations; they are said to accommodate prostituted women Yolanda survivors and their clients.”

Human trafficking has also become a problem post Yolanda.

Only last August, reports came out regarding the rescue of 18 young women from Samar and Leyte who were rescued by operatives of the Philippine National Police (PNP) Criminal Investigation and Detection Group (CIDG) after a raid on two alleged sex joints in Angeles city. Arrested during the raid was one American.

Based on reports, two bars – the Grand Pharaoh and Golden Calypso on Walking St., and Field Ave., Balibago, Angeles City were raided and the CIDG found the 18 women there. The rescued minors could not give any explanation for being there apart from wanting to find work. They were turned over to DSWD in Manila.

In the past year, the women’s group Gabriela monitored reports of at least three alleged prostitution dens raided by authorities. These raids exposed the plight of several women-victims of sex trafficking from Yolanda-stricken areas in Eastern Visayas. It also said that it has received reports about lodging houses that served venues of “transaction” for prostitution in Tacloban. The group said that the prostitution and sex trafficking of Yolanda victims in Eastern Visayas is a strong argument proving that despite billions of dollars of donations from local and international donors pouring in, the Benigno Aquino government has neglected the welfare of disaster victims.

“From the very start, we have supported the victims’ call that the government undertake relief and rehabilitation efforts that will really address the hunger, joblessness and homelessness that Yolanda left on its wake. It had been obvious though that the Aquino administration did not have plans to rebuild the area to serve the needs of the victims, but rather to provide its allies with business opportunities under the Public-Private Partnership scheme,” said Gabriela deputy-secretary general Joms Salvador.

As with many organized crimes, these so-called efforts from our government to minimize the grievances that have been inflicted in these depressed areas are simply fraudulent, insidious, and malignant actions to deviate our attention from a much bigger problem: the gun trade of any country creates the economy of any country, which is to say that Humanity is a collective accountability because the economies of the entire world are always highly-dependent on the victims of war. Prostitution, as with many other discrepancies that are widespread in every society, such as misogyny, substance abuse, and a plethora of other violations of human rights are political tools to cripple Humanity. They're never interested to help these people; they're eager to establish their control and dominance because it is always easy for them to rehabilitate these depressed areas had it truly been their intention to do so.

Monday, 22 May 2017

I'm excited to announce that I'll begin offering copywriting services to Filipinos from all over the world starting today

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