How much of the gay culture is affected by what we are doing to ourselves?

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    Apr 22, 2014 3:47 PM GMT
    So if we were to get a sex change, or undergo an operation to extend our penises, we may ask the procedure to be done in a manner that can reassure us subconsciously. Having read a bit about Dianetics our behavior may be influenced subconsciously by what happens in the OR while under anesthetic. We certainly want a support group among our queer colleagues so perhaps nature is the way to make our habits while awake a social inclined pattern as we accept the Earth and life it supports.
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    Apr 23, 2014 1:42 PM GMT
    No one has read Dianetics? Guess it could be fun to explore with y'all and contemplate what it means for us together but I was looking for some feedback. So, a memory during a medical procedure that has an impact to the function of your body regardless of how it could help your physical health ,under ideal circumstance, can affect your perceptions and have lingering impressions on your emotions. Earplugs would just muffle a sound in the operating room and what happens before and after in the facility also have their ambience. For instance, from what I understand, a male dentist for a male patient for wisdom teeth removal could result in feelings of cooperation that might lead to an altruistic inclination in the patient and make him a lifeguard. Like I said, depends on various proceedings from the operation, what fashion magazine is read in the waiting room, to the kind of bathroom stall that available in the building.
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    Apr 23, 2014 2:47 PM GMT

    A science fiction writer with serious mental illness created dianetics in the 50s.