[14.11, 06:31] Victor Porton: I looked at a woman then hidden behind a column but was unable to keep myself from unhiding and looking again. Then I imagined sex with my remote partner to get rid of that. But I became so much excited that in the shop jumped over a chair. I thought about my remote partner while going home but excited since seeing that woman.
[14.11, 06:32] Victor Porton: Conclusion: sex and love and … became separate, thus the world is unwholesome
[14.11, 06:34] Victor Porton: Long-time faithful important telepathic sex and two minutes long unimportant love with no connection. It’s a revolution: these concepts exchanged their properties.

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