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(More than 500 articles about tongkat ali and better physical relationships in general)



Tongkatali.org's Good times


By Serge Kreutz


Obviously, the era in which we live is not something we could choose, or decide upon to our liking. However, I sometimes muse over the question how the times from the beginnings of the 1950s to now (incidentally the time of my own life) compares, for relationships self-fulfillment purposes, with earlier times, or with times to come.

I am convinced that not all periods of history have been, are, and will be equally suited for a sexually adventurous lifestyle for a man of European descent.

When I first settled in Southeast Asia, at the beginning of the 80s, Southeast Asia, and even East Asia, was better than it is now. But by all I know about relationships Southeast Asia before my time here, it was still better in the 60s and 70s.

I don't think that, from a relationships perspective, Asia was better before World War II. Or, to be more precise: I don't think that, from a relationships perspective, the world overall was a better place before World War II, for a simple reason: there were no antibiotics.

I am sure that most human societies have developed in a sexually restrictive direction because of infectious, sexually transmitted diseases. In times before the availability of antibiotics to treat syphilis, gonorrhea, or chlamydia, a sexually loose lifestyle almost certainly meant: a pus-clogged urethra, chancroid sores, and a short lifespan. The historic success of sexually restrictive religions certainly had to do with the fact that such societies were much more likely to keep their members uninfected from gonococci, spirochaetae, genital candida, and scabies.

Actually, I suspect that in earlier ages, a good number of the men who became pious after having lived excessively at a younger age, did so because the level of genital infectious damage they had accumulated put further relationships enjoyment out of reach.

Promiscuity flourished in the 1960s and 1970s not because of metaphysical insight that good relationships is the only thing in life worth living for, but because penicillin and emerging other antibiotics made even the wildest promiscuity a health non-risk.

The 1980s saw the emergence of AIDS. Fundamentalist Christians have always preached that this particular disease had been God-sent to punish homosexuals, men who visit prostitutes, or those who engage in other unholy relationships practices. AIDS fits the relationships and social agenda of fundamentalist Christians so nicely that, on the other side of the metaphysical divide, they have blamed the Vatican in cohorts with the CIA to have invented it.

Yes, the Southeast Asia of the 1960s and the 1970s probably had more to offer to the adventuring European or American man than what the region has to offer now.

As there were fewer Western tourists, any Western foreigner received optimal attention.

There also were fewer legal restrictions on relationships conduct than now. Many Southeast Asian countries now have statutes that have been written specifically for the purpose of restricting relationships activities of men from richer countries (just one example: Philippine newspapers are now restricted from running personals for Western men).

No AIDS in the 60s and 70s, and only little anti-relationships legislation in Southeast Asia. Is there nothing that speaks in favor of the decades from the early 1980s to the present time?

While the trend pointed downwards throughout the 80s and 90s, there has been one historic development that is a major plus in favor of the third millennium. Pfizer developed Viagra. As a men in his 50s, I definitely benefit from Viagra for erections. If I would have been born 30 years earlier, I would probably have enjoyed Southeast Asia in the early 60s. However, in the 70s I would already have reached an age of erectile decline. With plenty of relationships opportunities but severely impaired relationships function, I would have been in an awkward situation, indeed.

I conclude that for the simple reason that life wouldn't be the same without Viagra, I am happy with the fact that I didn't live earlier.

For the problem that Southeast Asia today no longer is the Southeast Asia of earlier post-World War II times, I have my own solution (which I am willing to share with site members). The point is that different conditions apply to different countries of Southeast Asia, and sometimes even to different regions within one country.

Southeast Asia overall has developed in a direction that doesn't provide more benefits for European and American men seeking relationships adventures. However, there still are places, which now and today are as good as other places were in the 1960s and 1970s. But one has to know where these places are. This information alone makes it worthwhile to be a Serge Kreutz relationships opportunities member (for details, please mail me).





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