All jokes aside, Julia Gillard was a relatively decent prime minister, whilst I didn’t agree with all her policies, she did try her best, I think her biggest downfall was that Australia is a country that has not yet gotten used to female leadership. The older generations of “true blue aussies” were brought up where the man wore the pants and were the ones they were used to telling them what to do. Whilst this shouldn’t be considered appropriate behaviour; what you are brought up with is a behaviour hard to modify.
The two biggest issues that Julia faced as a result was stabbing Kevin in the back, therefore never gaining the community’s trust (especially after putting forward the carbon tax - which was against her mandate) as well as not being able to connect with the Australian people as a whole.
I feel regardless of whether Kevin had been voted in or not, she would not have been voted in at the election purely because the Labor party was in a shambles, and because like many other politicians she struggled with the main role of being a leader - leading the people.
One of the issues with me is that people misconstrue my fascination/interest in sex for obsession or it’s satisfaction physically.
It’s so much more than that, great sex is where two people can get together and have fun, yes, have sex, but it’s so much more than that, Sex is just the medium of connection, like a telephone cord to a phone, connecting one person on one side of the world to the other.
I feel that sex, real sex is where you can fully appreciate another person, truly understand what they’re like.
There is no hiding from each other, you are fully open and at one with one and another.
People ask me what I like enjoy about sex? It’s not the physical satisfaction, whilst it’s definitely appealing and satisfying, yes. It isn’t the thing I love most during sex, something so simple can be so powerful, look at today’s media, sexualisation sells. There is nothing more potent, alluring and more powerful than sex or sexualisation of an object/person within our civilization, but sex is just an act, something so basic, our purest of instincts, yet something that leads to something so complex, the make and break of relationships, the connection or just purely physical gratification, a social tool or one to make yourself feel better about yourself.
Not only that, but it’s universal. Sex as itself is so focused on morals and what you should and shouldn’t do, but the idea of Sex has been lost due to religion and ideals pushed on the masses, sex isn’t anything wrong, you cannot get sex wrong (well yes you can but you know what i mean). Even if the sex isn’t great, it still achieves it’s purpose. The fertilisation, the sexual gratification, the satisfaction or improving ones social standing with another.
Sex solves issues, we take it for granted, we under appreciate it and forget it’s real purpose and how to use that to our benefits towards happiness.
Sex is the greatest of tools in which we can all take part of, no one is excluded, it doesn’t separate minorities, races, creeds, anyone can partake any one can benefit from it. When done correctly, sex can bring great happiness, we as humans however, forget to remember that.
I don’t watch TV a lot, and if it is, it’s because it’s there in front of me as i’m waiting for something, or because I have no option, very rarely will I watch it by choice.
I happened to be downstairs getting a drink of water, watching what garbage filled the television as I passed.
It really saddens me how society has degraded itself to reality shows. I have never been a fan, from Big Brother to The Farmer wants a wife.
Have we as a society resorted to watching people live our lives whilst we sit on our asses doing nothing about ours? Even if it provides no value except half an hours “entertainment”? That we have really lost ourselves as “humans” to watch people seek the love of their lives through a television program?
I wish love wasn’t commercialised, i wish people were as genuine with it as they should be.
Yet they keep coming out with new ones every year.