15 November 2010

Privacy defines identity

If we look at the sociology of sexuality we find that the sexual organs are deemed private parts for the sake of exclusive covenantal partnership. The privacy of the sexual organs excludes all but the covenantal mate, and to them the parts are decidedly non-exclusive. 
So privacy defines identity. What is private on one side of the border of identity is non-private on the other side. 

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