Chronophilias Do Not Cancel Out Sexual Orientation…


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Date: September 15, 2019

Correct me if I am wrong…but I think it was Dr. James Cantor who brought this up a few months back…

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Many people mistakenly believe that because something is classified as a chronophilia, it somehow “cannot be a sexual orientation”…and they extrapolate that “pedophilia cannot be a sexual orientation”, based upon this assumption.

What they fail to realize, is that all human sexual orientations simultaneously exist, as a chronophilia.

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Teleiophilia is, in fact, what most people think of as being the social norm.

It’s sexual attraction to “fully grown” adults, generally eighteen to late thirties.

Mesophilia is another category, which is commonly accepted as socially normal

It’s the sexual attraction to middle aged adults, in their forties and fifties.

Both of these refer to an aspect of a persons sexual orientation, which hinges on physical characteristics normally associated with recognized age groups.

Every single human being who has a sexual orientation, has some form of chronophilia.

Are people who like 18 to 39 year olds lacking a sexual orientation?…No.

…And the same holds true for nepiophiles, pedophiles, hebephiles and ephebophiles [as well as gerontophiles].

This is simply their sexual orientation.

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The Town Where Gap Year Kids Went To Die…

Date: September 14, 2019

01) The Town Where Gap Year Kids Went To Die

“In Laos, there’s a town with a very seedy reputation. Not long ago, you could buy opium direct from a store menu. The time that earned it the reputation has passed, but not before leaving its mark. This is the story of tourism, and what locals have to give up to obtain it. This is Vang Vieng.”

Prehistoric Warfare and the Origins of Conflict…

Date: September 14, 2019

01) Prehistoric Warfare and the Origins of Conflict

“Hello guys and welcome back to another installment of Trey the Explainer! In this episode I discuss “war” in anthropological and biological context as I try to breakdown and understand what this tendency of ours is all about. Hope you enjoy and learn something new!

Simon Roy’s work:

War Before Civilization by Lawrence H. Keeley (1996)
Peace against war by Francis Beer (1981)
Effective sociodemographic population assessment of elusive species in ecology and conservation management by Josephine S. Head, Christophe Boesch, Martha M. Robbins, Luisa I. Rabanal, Lo€?c Makaga & Hjalmar S. K€uh (2013)
Orangutan Home Range Size and Its Determinants in a Sumatran Swamp Forest by Ian Singleton and Carel P. van Schaik (2000)
Lethal aggression in Pan is better explained by adaptive strategies than human impacts by Michael L. Wilson et al. (2014)
Evolution of Coalitionary Killing by Richard W. Wrangham (1999)
Inter-group violence among early Holocene hunter-gatherers of West Turkana, Kenya by M. Mirazón Lahr et al. (2016)
Australia’s Ancient Warriors: Changing Depictions of Fighting in the Rock Art of Arnhem Land, N.T. by Paul Taçon and Christopher Chippindale
Do Chimpanzee Wars prove violence is innate? by Rami Tzabar (2015)”

Tshering Tobgay: This country isn’t just carbon neutral — it’s carbon negative…


Date: September 14, 2019

01) This country isn’t just carbon neutral — it’s carbon negative

“Deep in the Himalayas, on the border between China and India, lies the Kingdom of Bhutan, which has pledged to remain carbon neutral for all time. In this illuminating talk, Bhutan’s Prime Minister Tshering Tobgay shares his country’s mission to put happiness before economic growth and set a world standard for environmental preservation.”


MAPs irl Episode 8…


Date: September 14, 2019

01) MAPs irl Episode 8

“Future and past collide as the hosts talk about how technology has affected the MAP community throughout the years as well as what could be in store. Discussions range from technology that’s been used against us to technology that we’ve used for ourselves, and even technology that doesn’t yet exist.

study mentioned in the episode:

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