Unisexuality Mental Filter … by Alice B. Clagett

  • Men’s Fundamental Misunderstanding of Female Sexual Archetypes
  • Women’s Fundamental Misunderstanding of Male Sexual archetypes
    • The Hope for Foreplay
    • Chastity
  • Male versus Female Sexual Archetypes
    • Consequences of Pornography Viewing by Men
    • Trends in Women’s Clothing Force Women into the Role of Lilith, of the Sex Object or Sex Worker
  • Respect for All Beings

Dear Ones,

The video below has my thoughts on this work of art:

“Around the Dragon’s Broken Neck Hangs the Medal of Saint Lazarus” by various artists (Hospital Productions): https://iamofthestars.files.wordpress.com/2016/05/71539-cover.jpg 

The text beneath the video further develops its theme.


Believing women are like men, only with breasts, is a very deep subconscious image for men right now. This has to do with the threads of astral rape … the V— D— Mental Filter, which are happening because of a fundamental misunderstanding of the nature of women and their sexual responses.


I’ve been thinking about the female mirror of the masculine sexual role. It seems to me that we think of men as very like ourselves. I’ve read a Romance Novel or two in my time, and this put me in touch with the female archetype of masculinity … which is to say, the notion we have of men, which is deeply buried in the subconscious mind. This image generally appears between page 265 and page 282 of a Romance Novel, after a very gradual, sizzling buildup. It all culminates in a picture very like the one below, which appears in many iterations on the cover of every Romance Novel. You can see a good selection on the bookshelf of your local variety store:

Romeo_and_Juliet_(detail)_by_Frank_DickseeDetail of “Romeo and Juliet,” by Frank Dicksee (1)

The Hope for Foreplay. Comparison of this image to that put out by Hospital Productions is mind-boggling. Note first of all … our eye is not drawn toward the genital area. The focus is on the Romantic Kiss. That would be foreplay. This woman has been reading over 200 pages of a Romance Novel, just to get to the Kiss. Actually, to the moment before the Kiss; she’s about to be kissed.

Chastity. In the second image, note how chastely the man and woman are clothed. This reflects the noospheric ideal that women are of two sorts: very chaste, or else the Lilith, the prostitute. Romance Novels cater to the very chaste woman, who wishes to become a wife and raise a family.

From my dime store research, I’ve found that the covers of Romance Novels just as often show the woman ornately clothed in a long gown, and the man shirtless but otherwise fully clothed, like this: https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/236x/eb/1b/b0/eb1bb0e872df567760bcef29133f5857.jpg This reflects that women are attracted more to a man’s shoulders than to his genitals, and that there is a double standard in place with regard to chastity.


How many men, in the modern day, hope for foreplay and look for chastity in a woman, I wonder? That would be an interesting survey.

Consequences of Pornography Viewing by Men. According to Wikipedia, “More than 70% of male internet users from 18 to 34 visit a pornographic site in a typical month.” (2) This quotation doesn’t respond to the question, whether women are viewing pornography. However, it does indicate there’s a large male audience.

Of first note: pornography isn’t about chastity; quite the contrary. There’s no ornate clothing; in fact, the norm is no clothing at all.

It seems to me that pornography represents a shotgun, shortcut approach to sexuality … I’m guessing these movies don’t feature prolonged foreplay? If so, and if the audience is primarily masculine, then that would indicate that the male imagination is fired by the notion of quick, impromptu sexual encounters.

I note in Wikipedia a description of research on pornography viewing: “The consequences of higher porn use by men in relationships showed a lower quality in their relationships and reduced satisfaction sexually, including displeasure with a partner’s appearance, the act of sex, and intimacy… This then led to emotional feelings of shame and sometimes resentment….” (2,3)

From this, I would gather that pornography viewing by men is carrying their archetypal image of the sex act farther afield from that of women.

Trends in Women’s Clothing Force Women into the Role of Lilith, of the Sex Object or Sex Worker. Shopping in the department stores, I find it impossible … truly impossible … to find chaste clothing to purchase. The styles are skimpy; the cloth is clingy … often spandex and figure-tight, frequently transparent or semi-transparent … and wears out soon. The colors of the fabrics are dark and dreary, or else bright red.

What does this mean? That the power of the sexual equation has gone to men, and that their archetype is how we are forced to dress, how we must appear before the world? If so, will this be changing soon, so that we may express our archetype of dressing beautifully and chastely? What happens with clothing fashions in the coming year may be a good indicator of global rebalance toward Sacred Sexuality.


How shall we begin to feel respect for the opposite sex? This is a first step, but an important one. Here are some more questions:

How shall we begin to feel respect for the nature spirits, and all that they do for humankind?

How shall we respect and work with the angels, and archangels? And with our star brothers and sisters?

The groundwork for all this. and much more. is being laid today, and will continue in the months ahead.

In love, light and joy,
I Am of the Stars


(1) Detail of Romeo and Juliet: “The romance portrayed in this painting is phenomenal. They have eyes closed as to be completely lost in the moment. Juliet’s arm on his neck pulls him in, even as his hand on her arm prevents this. The frustration and tragedy in the entire play is present in the painting. The passion is such, that romeo cannot even pass into the room before they embrace. To risk ALL for love. It is the ultimate expression of devotion. The desire to be loved is inherent in all humans whether or not one will (or can) admit this. The story that this painting eludes to, is a manifestation of these feelings.” -Robert Plank

Painting is by Frank Dicksee, 1884 … https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Romeo_and_Juliet_(detail)_by_Frank_Dicksee.png … public domain

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(3) For more information: “Pornography,” https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pornography#Statistics


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