self-pollution love


from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. See pollution, 3.


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  • He raises the cry of the miserable and the despised, and in a masterly arraignment of commercialism, protests against social conditions, against the grinding of the faces of the poor and weak, and the self-pollution of the rich and strong, in their mad lust for place and power.

    Fomá Gordyéeff

  • We also acknowledge that, since its inception, Channel 4 has been the broadcaster of choice for those requiring visual stimulus for self-pollution but have no access to pornography.

    Archive 2009-01-01

  • A panel of experts wearing white coats have pointed at big flashy machines for weeks and calculated that Ms Brook has been the subject of 75 million acts of self-pollution over the last twelve months.

    Brook Wins Top Award

  • Seriously though, Sadie's discovery of a blog sexing device will no doubt be the source of countless hours of self-pollution:

    PBR Response: Just Labourists Pump Fists in the Air

  • Closer to home, late 19th-Century and early 20th Century movements including Muscular Christianity, the Boy Scouts, health food, infant circumcision, and opposition to "self-pollution" were based on the obviously-unfounded but widely held view among British and American doctors that the "loss" of semen during a single act of sex was equal to losing a pint of blood.

    Is he 107 because he stopped having sex when he was 30?

  • On a weekly basis, there are a number of measures you can take to keep self-purification ahead of self-pollution.

    The Tao of Health, Sex and Longevity

  • When it comes to purifying your body from a lifetime of self-pollution, ‘once is not enough!’

    The Tao of Health, Sex and Longevity

  • This whole mess is a direct result of self-pollution, which in turn comes from a complete lack of respect for body and nature, which in turn grows from ignorance and indifference towards the real facts of life.

    The Tao of Health, Sex and Longevity

  • Try to keep your mind free of pointless discursive thought, idle fantasy and needless worry, for these are a constant drain on vitality and a form of ‘mental self-pollution’.

    The Tao of Health, Sex and Longevity

  • Diet is the other pillar of daily defense against self-pollution.

    The Tao of Health, Sex and Longevity


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