1st IN HUMAN HISTORY RALLY TO LEGALIZE PSYCHEDELIC MEDICINE 4 Replies Legal notice: all the content posted on this site is protected by the first amendment of the US Constitution
Interesting article today at cnn.com on none other than microdosing! I had to immediately come over here and share it!
thank you for sharing!
Apparently, a free mind and a free body are threats to those in power and to those whose financial stability or security is dependent on enthralling and controlling the masses, this includes societies, cultures, institutions, religions, and political hierarchies. There are so many people who are dependent on the status quo, or the way things have always been done, or on the backs of others — a kind of parasitism. And so people struggle and fight for freedom.
But a strange paradox occurs. What often happens is that people struggle for freedom, but often wind up becoming slaves and enslavers themselves only to a new paradigm. If we really want to achieve true freedom we have to be careful not to become both slaves and enslavers ourselves who will just simply create a new system and new norm that will become as binding and confining as the old one.
I have never tried psychedelics myself, but I support the rights of those who want to and need to, so long as they can do so safely and without injury to themselves and to other people. Psychedelics should be done in a safe and supporting environment, to minimize the danger.
I support nudism and public nudity for the same reason. No one has the right to tell you what to do with your body, so long as you are not endangering the life, safety or welfare of self or other people. I myself have enjoyed public nudity with other people by doing naked bike rides in the city of Buffalo, NY for the past two years, supporting body freedom.
I support freedom of sexuality as well, subject to the same rules as above.
Beautiful Gypsy and crew, carry on!