The problem with Women

The problem with women are the same as the problem with men. We tend to see these as helpful categories. And perhaps sometimes they are? What we typically do when we speak about women or men is a short-cut that embodies a lot of different things. The problem is that in meeting other people the projection of what a ’woman really is’ (or what a ’man really is’) often overcodes and … Continue reading The problem with Women

A Thousand Tiny Sextapes (Part 3)

Find A Thousand Tiny Sextapes here: (Part 1) & (Part 2)   Porn Tumblrs The social media site and app Tumblr, has proven particularly well suited for sharing porn in tiny snippets. Perhaps this, more than anything, embodies the spirit of truly being a thousand tiny sextapes. Deleuze & Guattari’s term a thousand tiny sexes is meant to display a vast array of sexualities, pointing to that there is … Continue reading A Thousand Tiny Sextapes (Part 3)

A Thousand Tiny Sextapes (Part 2)

Read: A Thousand Tiny Sextapes (part 1) here.   Porn as community Today, porn on the internet is a well that never dries out. Although much of ”commercial”, mainstream pornography is produced in California, porn can also be seen as a growing do-it-yourself movement. Some search-engine-youtube-like sites, such as Pornhub, also has a division of what they are doing called Pornhub Community. The Community in this case consists … Continue reading A Thousand Tiny Sextapes (Part 2)

A Thousand Tiny Sextapes (Part 1)

Desiring machines At the outset of Anti-Oedipus Deleuze and Guattari lays out what they understand as desiring machines. The mouth coupled with the breast, the bee coupled with the flower. Desire, in Deleuze’s understanding of the word, is productive, it drives us forward, the amalgamation of the in some sense heretofore singular, or at least separable, into a new totality is how desire works. Desire … Continue reading A Thousand Tiny Sextapes (Part 1)

Sex, Money & Theology

What is theology? I know, had that been the ”sexy” headline this may become the least read piece I’ve ever written. However, I believe that there is much to be said on this topic. One way of thinking about theology is to align with a tweet from theologian David Capener: Contemporary theology seems to be about answering questions no one is asking. I believe this has a painful … Continue reading Sex, Money & Theology

Thinking and Relating without Representation

It’s not entirely easy to describe what non-representational thinking is, but accept the challenge and see if you follow (and comment if you don’t quite understand my way of explaining). I’ve chosen to do it here by (mainly) talking about it as a matter of desires, fantasies, sex and relationships. What separates Gilles Deleuze (who is sometimes referred to as a post-structuralist) from structuralists is … Continue reading Thinking and Relating without Representation