The Liminalist # 137: The Problem with Decent Society (with Jessie Browne)

First of a two-part conversation with Jessie Brown, on the auticulture banner, identifying as autistic, discovering sensitivity, reading body language, fear of bright lights, sunglasses after dark, birth memories, blogging, white guilt and white privilege, Rally the Right, living in the US, dealing with anger, how politically incorrect am I, ideological inception, rich person in a poor person’s body, a healthy way to express anger, relationship with father, the problem with decent society, anger from left to right, the anger of men, different socialization for men & women, the ultimate escapism, a reservoir of grief, pot-smoking, a dedication to dissociation, somatic responses, Seen & Not Seen & identity creation, a love of Legend, the original transvestite, permission to compartmentalize, Persephone myth, only perfect innocence, the unconscious appeal of fairy tales, Dirty Harry, trauma & dissociation, a regressed & progressed part, the self-care system.

Jessie’s Site.

Songs: “Wartime Lovers,” “Season of Serpents,” “Glory Glory,” “Walking with a Woman,” by Rose Windows.

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