Well, I'm listening to the dialog. The blending of sexuality and creativity is curious to me. I've always been more interested in avoiding being publicly distracted, so to speak. I guess that's a natural predisposition that greatly effects personality, but isn't universal.<quoted text>I can relate to you, but I don't know if I agree with the role you have given sexuality. It is interesting and I will have to give it more thought. From a personal standpoint, I should be one highly creative individual. I suppose it depends on how you define creativity. Is it just ideas or if the ideas have to always be rendered into some form?
I do consider sexuality and communication linked in that sex is a form of communication between people in addition to its biological function. This idea may be out there for some, but I acquired it and have since developed it after reading Stranger in a Strange Land when I was 10. I have not thought about the idea of pushing that desire into other avenues. Again, I will have to give this some thought.
I'll stand by my claim that Freudian theory is far from universal. He's just another mechanism of the white man's world.
...and Heinlein wrote teen porn! "Stranger in a Strange Land" was his only book to suggest an interesting theory on the importance of language. Most of his works were pulp fiction. I'm still unsure as to whether he wrote "Starship Troopers" as a joke or if he really got off on such cliche fantasies.