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In tonight’s edition, I cover the astrology of Venus conjunct Nessus and Mars conjunct Chiron. I introduced this in Monday’s Astrology Diary (free OR paid registration required to read that article).
In tonight’s extended program, I expand the conversation to include specifically sexual themes of bisexuality and selfsexuality. This is not a discussion you’re likely to hear many places — my perception is that actual bisexuality is left out of the queer discussion, at least most places that discussion happens. However, “gender queer” and “trans” have to a large extent entered that vacuum, and now bisexuality can exist on the fringes of that territory. Really, it needs to exist in its own right, and I explore some of that territory.
Now, when entering this territory, my instinct is to go as far back to the origins of the theme as I can. I would remind you that all discussions of sex in Western society are subject to distortion by the Abrahamic religious cults, all of which openly despise sex. I would remind them that humans came before they imposed their concept of god and of morality on us.
From our first days (and long before), Planet Waves has expressed a passionate commitment to a real conversation about sex, inclusive of everyone. In that spirit, here are some additional resources. You will find many articles at the Compersion.net website.
Here is an interview I love, which the publishing website called Self Sex as the Sex of the Future.
There is an old Sexuality Resources Area available — this could use an upgrade, as it’s about 10 years old. Please write to me if you would like to help with that (email@example.com).
Additionally, I have a long-term photo and diary project called Book of Blue. This is available by invitation or request. If you’re interested, write to me at firstname.lastname@example.org, introduce yourself and I will send you access to the website.