The premise of this philosophy is drawn from my overall philosophy on ethics: Every living (or at the very least, sentient) being is equally valuable and is entitled to the same inalienable rights. Everyone is entitled to the freedom to live, grow, and exercise their free will as long as it doesn’t interfere with another person’s rights. Any action that doesn’t hurt another person or interfere with their growth/will is permissible. Any rule that has no real logical justification but tells you an action is immoral even if it doesn’t hurt anyone or impede anyone’s growth will only serve to hurt people and impede their growth.
Humans are born with a powerful sex drive. We’re all addicted to sex. Even if (or rather, especially if) we’re not having sex we still crave it as strongly, and sometimes more so, than food or water. This addiction is mostly indiscriminate. We all have our fetishes and preferences, but for the most part our body just tells us, “Fuck. Fuck. Fuck. Fuck. Fuck. Fuck. Fuck.” It’s actually not even that discriminating. It’d probably be more accurate to say it tells us, “Ejaculate. Ejaculate. Ejaculate. Ejaculate. Ejaculate. Ejaculate. Ejaculate.”
Mother Nature (by any other name) designed us to fuck and ejaculate our brains out, and if we choose not to then our bodies were designed with an override switch that frustrates us and makes us more and more horny until it breaks our will and more or less forces us to fuck or at least ejaculate.. So we should ejaculate for our own mental health and for the safety of others so that our override switch doesn’t get flipped. However you bring yourself to orgasm (as long as it doesn’t hurt another person or impede their growth/will) is morally permissible.
Our DNA predisposes us to be generally attracted to one sex or the other, but that general attraction neither permanent nor a moral imperative. Everyone will have cultural deviant fantasies in their life, and this isn’t a moral flaw. It’s by design. Our bodies are designed to be omnisexual. Labels for sexual orientation and fetishes are products of culture. At the end of the day, underneath our skin, we’re all just horny animals, and that’s okay.
If you want to live a safe, mentally healthy life you need to accept yourself for what you are, a sexual being. Masturbate with confidence. Use sex toys with confidence. Have premarital sex with confidence. Have gay sex with confidence. Just practice your sexuality responsibly, which is to say, in a way that respects your obligation to live, grow, exercise your free will and not harm anyone else or impede their right to grow/will.
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