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Wild Stallion


Exploring all manner of roads and wilderness. I enjoy in depth discussions of fictitious lore, including the mechanics of fantasy environments, as well as character analysis, and story development.

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  • 47 weeks
    The Stars Will Aid In Her Escape?

    So I have been thinking about this and about how Luna escaped after a thousand years, and I have to conclude that it was most likely a celestial event (meaning the movement of various planets in the Equestrian solar system) that is actually responsible for setting Luna free. We actually see several stars apparently converging behind the moon. But what if they were planets?

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  • 67 weeks
    So apparently I am doing story reviews now!

    Truth is I've wanted to do something with this blog for a while now, and here it is! My first (but hopefully not last) list of recommended readings. Keep in mind that I am totally new to this and may hardly be the best source for fictions on this site. Also nearly all of these are incomplete so I can't say how they will turn out later on. We do not promise 100% satisfaction guaranteed here okay? All right then, here we go.

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  • 78 weeks
    Cozy Glow From Klugetown?

    So what kind of place in Equestria would produce someone like Cozy? There are twisted and ruthless ponies but very few of them utilize schemes quite like Cozy Glow. Her imprisoning of others is quite unique, only seen with criminals and areas outside of Equestria, so where would she develop such a ruse?

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  • 80 weeks
    Cozy Glow From Equestria?

    Okay so why does Cozy Glow act so naive? We've seen Equestrian and even pony villains use bullying and intimidation, under the Princess of Friendships nose none the less. If she is a power hungry filly who's good at strategy, why play the part of a cute ignorant filly? Why bother with such a charade, especially if she could garner more respect as the student who knows more about friendship than anyone, unless the ruse was familiar to her because she has done it before? But how does being naive

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Sep
3rd
2020

The Stars Will Aid In Her Escape? · 5:13am Sep 3rd, 2020

So I have been thinking about this and about how Luna escaped after a thousand years, and I have to conclude that it was most likely a celestial event (meaning the movement of various planets in the Equestrian solar system) that is actually responsible for setting Luna free. We actually see several stars apparently converging behind the moon. But what if they were planets?

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The article I linked you to from Science magazine is on a site associated with the AAAS: American Association for the Advancement of Science, which is known as the worlds largest general scientific society. They are known for factual information.

Maybe so but the fact is that the study itself seems to deny the existence of any single "gay gene": Same-sex sexual behavior is influenced by not one or a few genes but many. and confirms that those genetics partly overlap with a variety of other traits: These aggregate genetic influences partly overlapped with those on a variety of other traits, including externalizing behaviors such as smoking, cannabis use, risk-taking, and the personality trait “openness to experience.” It also clarifies that: Nevertheless, many uncertainties remain to be explored, including how sociocultural influences on sexual preference might interact with genetic influences. Furthermore it clarifies in its abstract that: In aggregate, all tested genetic variants accounted for 8 to 25% of variation in same-sex sexual behavior, only partially overlapped between males and females, and do not allow meaningful prediction of an individual’s sexual behavior.

Sex is addicting on some level, no matter no matter how you engage it. Doesn't make it inherently good.

Nor does it make it inherently bad.

But the obsession with it? That usually is.

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It creates sexual feelings in most, sure, but it also drives emotional love.

So you're saying one can only love emotionally those who one is sexually attracted to?
Because I don't buy that, for reasons that should be obvious.

It seems like you're denying an aspect of yourself, and that isn't healthy.

Thank you for your concern but I am fine.

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Doesn't make it inherently good.

Nor does it make it inherently bad.

No it's a label, to refer to who you are sexually attracted to, which is a impulse.

Really? Because I am pretty sure that this

Is the very definition of a sexual urge.

Actually, what I was saying is that there can be sexual urges that are involved in orientation, but it isn't just a sexual urge, as you so claim. It's both. It creates sexual feelings in most, sure, but it also drives emotional love. Something that, in your opinion, has nothing to do with sex.

By that definition all sexual actions are in fact loving. Which is not so. Sex can be loving, but love is about commitment and sacrifice. On it's own, without context, sex is neither.

Opinion yet again. Sexual actions can be given solely for romantic purposes, or they could be given just for the fun of it. It all depends on the person. In your case, it seems you see sexual actions as completely unrelated to your romantic ventures. In many others, they do see it as part of their ventures.


Seriously, though, are you scared of LGBT people? It seems like you are one, if I've read your answers to me correctly.

Many of my favorite confidants over the years have been men.

I just want to reiterate that it isn't wrong to be LGBT. Don't be ashamed of it. LGBT people aren't monsters. We're people with feelings and emotions just like everyone. It isn't some illness or curse by satin (should you believe in such). It's something some are born as and some aren't. Simple as that.

"People who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, or transgender (LGBT) are members of every community. They are diverse, come from all walks of life, and include people of all races and ethnicities, all ages, all socioeconomic statuses, and from all parts of the country. The perspectives and needs of LGBT people should be routinely considered in public health efforts to improve the overall health of every person and eliminate health disparities." -CDC

I'll be honest, I'm a bit worried for you after all of this. It seems like you're denying an aspect of yourself, and that isn't healthy. Look, I'm not a psychologist, so maybe go talk to one. It's important to love yourself, and be at peace with your orientation. Please, just consider it?

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