Tongkat ali changes your life and changes your mind: from now on, everything else is subordinate to great sex

By Serge Kreutz

Many people, most people, almost all people believe that libido (sex drive, sexual desire) is a mental process. But they have wrong ideas. Libido is very much a physical property.

To be more specific, libido is brain biochemistry.

The proof for libido as a physical property is in the ease by which it can be disabled by a wide range of pharmaceuticals, ranging from chemical castration to Prozac-style anti-depressants.

And even though it is easier to make something kaputt than building something, libido, sex drive, and sexual desires can also be pharmacologically constructed.

The technology may still be crude, but you can work with tongkat ali, butea superba, krachai dam, and mucuna pruriens. All are available from Sumatra Pasak Bumi.

If we agree that basically, libido, sex drive, and sexual desires are manifestations of brain chemistry just as sweat is a manifestation of sweat glands, we can go a step further.

Because just as libido is a manifestation of brain chemistry, whole systems of belief and ideology, too, are the output of biochemical structures.

The train of deduction runs like this: biochemistry (pharmacologically modified or not) is responsible for high or low libido, for strong or weak sex drive, and for compelling or absent sexual desires.

Men with compelling sexual desires have different opinions, compared with men who do not have sexual desires at all. Not just different opinions, but different constructs of opinion, or, in short, different ideologies.

Ideologies are constructs of opinion that guard an individual's interests. Cattle breeders believe that eating beef is healthy. And orchard owners advocate fruit. That's natural.

From a slightly different perspective: ideologies articulate excuses for our economic, or emotional, or sexual parameters.

Men with loads of libido, a strong sex drive, and compelling sexual desires will have a different ideology than men who can't be bothered with even just flirting because they anyway can't get it up.

Men with no sex drive have a natural ideological home in the kind of feminism that considers all penetration a form of severe violence.

On the other hand, men with loads of libido want a social order that allows them an easy pursuit of mostly casual sex.

So here we go: tongkat ali, and even more so a stack of tongkat ali, butea superba, krachai dam, and mucuna pruriens (velvet beans) generate strong libido. One step further, strong libido creates its own assessment of the world... a world in which nothing is more important than good sex. And because all started with tongkat ali, this world-view is appropriately named: the tongkat ali ideology.

The corner stone of the tongkat ali ideology is this: we, mostly men, want a social order that allows us to live out our libido, without male sexual conduct being understood, with few exceptions, as sexual harassment, or worth.

Diametrically opposed to our tongkat ali ideology are some forms of feminism, pretty popular in Europe and the Americas, which blames male sexuality, especially the sexuality of old white men, for practically every presumed social ill.


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