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An Argument for Pleasure

Pleasure vs. Gratification. One is an addiction. Pleasure is not. It's an experience. Pleasure will pull humanity out of our suffering, and this episode tells you why. I am in a deep, cocoon-y, womb space, and this is me popping my head up to say, "Hey. ...

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An Argument for Pleasure

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An Argument for Pleasure

April 27, 2022

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