The Blackwidow On A 30-day Challenge

I was due to write this article a week ago but somehow found every reasonable excuse to not do it. Every turn and plots were scribbled in my head, with expectations of the challenge preconceived given a 50-50 chances for success. The idea sprouted one weekend, during an exhausting 24-hour travel. Nailed on a seat quartered through rugged tracks of a moving bus, questions started pouring like uneasy guinea pigs. 

Tangled in an unwlecomed conversations with random strangers,

I was obliged to ask why.

 For some reason, I’ve been hearing the same argument about why women

should accept men’s adoration for multiple partners. This being the case while

engaged in a relationship or commitment.

To give clarity of the argument, this was a question posed in general by men themselves and not assumed by the Blackwidow. And to such, I will not be held responsible to any accusations. So when asked why, the first to hit the chart is men’s physiological nature–damn hormones! Women in reality are bound by the same regularities, only, it is known to be seasoned by age and ripened dominance of hormonal composition. On the other hand, we cannot disregard an outside stimulus to drive sexual urges. Our sexual orientation is based from infinite bit of experience stored in the brain. These memories are then associated to recognizable images, or sensory feelings that eventually become stimulus for natural urges. A boy who had gained conscious erection early on by a naked woman wearing net stockings could grow up stimulated by the same feeling, of the same encounter, in one ordinary day while eating popcorn on his couch. Another factor could be accounted to society’s developed perspective of sexuality. Excluding uncoventional sexual preferences, media dictates sexy.

What this comes down to is that brain is a powerful remote control that switches on and off those urges. Does this mean humanity can hope for better relationships by capitalizing on harnessed logic? Or are we slaves of our own nature?

So I decided to come up with a social experiment using Blackwidow as the best candidate for test subject. To completely understand the relevance of the study, we have to characterize her based on sexual orientation. The subject is often remotely unexposed to regular stimuli such as interaction with opposite sex  (or bisexuals). Even so, the environmental condition is perfectly controlled since she’s more drawn to self-indulged sexual activity. Her switch is limited to her own hands and an imagery of a familiar human subject to complete the deed. This exclusive nature makes all other factors insignificant. What makes the study a pertinent material is her heightened addiction. Now the challenge is to refrain those physical manifestations for 30 days, documenting daily catalyst to struggles and noted biological effects.The designed action plan is to create a distraction that will overpower daily imprint of urges.

The Blackwidow aims to collect an objective results to assume human nature. I hereby declare that the challenge is on now.

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