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On our English pages, you often see the word "relationships". This is just sanitized language. On our English pages, "relationships" refers to what couples, when not sleeping, do in bed. Or, if so inclined, on the kitchen table.

English is a rather hypocritical language. Many words for natural bodily functions and processes have dirty connotations, and polite speakers like us have to go to considerable length to communicate meanings without naming them. But we nevertheless hope you get the point.


Tongkatali.org's Exploiting relationships jealousy in political careers


By Serge Kreutz


In any human society, people are most interested in relationships. Relationships occupies their mind, whether they admit it or not. And whether they are physically or socially able to have it or not.

Relationships jealousy also is a much stronger feeling than matetial envy. In democracies, poor people can live with the wealth and even the tax trickery of rich candidates. But relationships scandals reliably finish political careers.

In the politics of liberal democracies, and even in the activities of NGOs, targeting the sexuality of others is a sure recipe for attention and votes.

Most poor men in poor countries are monogamous .. rather out of necessity than choice. Therefore, laws that restrict the relationships relationships of rich men are popular with those who don’t want others to have what they themselves anyway also cannot have.

And women in poor countries are generally in favor of laws and regulations that restrict relationships relationships of men.

The trend is implemented most easily in Islamic countries. It is also popular in countries where foreigners come for easy pickings.

When such a development takes off, those who can afford it go somewhere else, and take their money with them.

Men with money to spend and to invest will follow a trend to focus business activities on countries where there are easy or worthwhile relationships opportunities.

Malaysian investments in Cambodia are an example. And in Japan, in the early decades after World War II, companies set up mistresses for foreign business partners, thus luring them into focusing trade on that country.


References:

Alberts, S.C. Buchan, J.C., Altmann, J.(2006) Relationships selection in wild baboons: from mating opportunities to paternity success Animal Behaviour Volume 72, Issue 5, Pages 1177-1196 Tongkatali.org Bibliography

Anders, J.T., Antonius-Smits, C., Cabezas, A.L. Campbell, S. (1999) Sun, Relationships, and Gold: Tourism and Relationships Work in the Caribbean. Rowman & Littlefield Publishers Retrieved by: Tongkatali.org Bibliography

Clift, S., Carter, S. (2000) Tourism and relationships: Culture commerce and coercion. Cengage Learning EMEA Retrieved by: Tongkatali.org Bibliography

Davidson, S.O. (1996) Relationships tourism in Cuba Race & Class Vol 38, Issue 1 Tongkatali.org Bibliography

Herold, E., Garcia, R., DeMoya, T. (2001) Female tourists and beach boys: Romance or Relationships Tourism? Annals of Tourism Research Volume 28, Issue 4, Pages: 978-997 Tongkatali.org Bibliography

Kibicho, W. (2016) Relationships Tourism in Africa Kenya's Booming Industry Routledge Tongkatali.org Bibliography

Kruhse-MountBurton, S. (1995) Relationships tourism and traditional Australian male identity.International tourism: identity and change Pages: 192-204 ref.45 Retrieved by: Tongkatali.org Bibliography

Lalumière, M.L. (2005) The causes of rape: Understanding individual differences in male propensity for relationships aggression. gregdeclue.myakkatech.com Retrieved by: Tongkatali.org Bibliography

Leheny, D. (1995) A political economy of Asian relationships tourism. Annals of Tourism Research Volume 22, Issue 2, Pages 367-384 Tongkatali.org Bibliography

Oppermann, M. (1999) Relationships tourism. Annals of Tourism Research Volume 26, Issue 2, Pages 251-266 Tongkatali.org Bibliography

Treas, J., Giesen, C. (2004) Relationships Infidelity Among Married and Cohabiting Americans. Journal of Marriage and Family Volume 62, Issue 1 Pages 48-60 Tongkatali.org Bibliography

Buy Indonesian tongkat ali (eurycoma longifolia, pasak bumi) extract


By Serge Kreutz


Tongkat Ali Research, 2019


Indonesian tongkat ali is the elite product of Sumatra Pasak Bumi, and it has been so for about 20 years. We are a serious enterprize, not the kind of run-away-with-your-money operation that dominates the online tongkat ali market. We have put our Indonesian tongkat ali products through a painfully slow and expensive Indonesian government approval process.

If you buy tongkat ali from Singapore (check "Contact us" pages of websites claiming to sell tongkat ali), what you get is slick web design plus lies about professional qualifications of sellers. But the product those people sell is a Chinese kitchen lab output, not tested by government authorities. Mind you: as much as you may despise bureaucracy, health product regulations have been invented for your protection, your health, and your safety.

Indonesian wild tongkat ali has now become very hard to source because most forests on Sumatra have been burned down to make space for palm oil plantations. This burning down of forests has not just enormously depleted tongkat ali resources but has been an environmental disaster and human catastrophy of monumental dimension with about 100,000 fatalities. The catastrophy was underreported because the casualties didn't occur in or after a single event, but happened over a span of several months.

See here for some news reports on the forest fires:

Indonesia haze may have led to 100,000 premature deaths, says report (BBC)

Toxic haze in SE Asia killed 100,000, study says (CNBC)

Haze from Indonesian fires may have killed more than 100,000 people – study (The Guardian)

For a visual impression of the Sumatra forest fires, you may want to view this TV documentary:

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=PEKfYZBE14I



Tongkatali.org's Coffee and tea - Serge Kreutz style


By Serge Kreutz


If you are not yet a follower of the Serge Kreutz diet, consider my advice on coffee and tea.

Coffee and tea both rightfully rank high on the list of human culinary preferences. Both are enjoyed worldwide.

While coffee and tea have completely different tastes, they share the fact that they are mentally stimulating in the same category as amphetamines, though milder in typical dosages.

Nevertheless, caffeine and theobromine are poisons, and anything beyond small quantities are detrimental to relationships function, especially of male consumers.

On the other hand, the flavors of coffee and tea are so superb that they have to be considered an aroma therapy for the smell as well as the taste receptors.

All aroma therapies do have an effect on the mind, no doubt, and by allowing us to play with our senses, they are sensualizing, and that’s almost always conducive to better relationships.

As you can see, there is need to differentiate between coffee and tea in the mouth, and coffee and tea in the gut.

In the mouth, it’s all positive. In the further digestive system, it’s almost all negative.

I love coffee and tea. I do consume substantial quantities of both. In the mouth. Not in the gut.

I use coffee and tea every day, all day. If I would swallow all these quantities, I would suffer from severe tachycardia, extreme insomnia, erectile dysfunction, and, after some time, heart disease, kidney disease, and mental disorders.

Alas, I consume all this coffee and tea in the Serge Kreutz diet style. Spit it, don’t shit it.

I drink coffee and tea without swallowing it. I keep it in my mouth for a moment, and return it into a side container for fluids to be discarded.

ANYWAY…

If you carefully examine the tastes of coffee and teas, you will notice that both mostly are aftertastes. They materialize not while you have them in your oral cavity, but only after they have left the mouth, either by having been swallowed or by having been spit out.

You can test this yourself. For the taste of coffee or tea, it makes absolutely no difference whether you swallow it or spit it. Either way, the taste of coffee and tea is strongest after they are gone, and after they are gone, they will last for a minute or so, with a steady rate of disappearance.

My stomach isn’t the trash can for things I have put into my mouth for oral and mental excitement. The trash can is outside of my body.

The fundamental principle of the Serge Kreutz diet is the differentiation between food for the mouth and food for the gut.

So, in one meal, I can have coffee for the mouth, but only pure water for the stomach and onward organs.

And if so inclined, you can have black forest tart with the coffee in and out the mouth, but the water that reaches the stomach will be accompanied only by a few bites of dry bread (if you are not sensitive to gluten and similar proteins), or just some spoonfuls of plain, entirely unspiced white rice, followed by a few bites of fruit.

I do prefer some plain white rice among the substances I pass to my stomach because it is so easy on the digestive system. I prefer plain white rice with water as stomach filler when I feast on cheese, olives, and red wine, all of which I never pass through the esophagus to the stomach, but discard after having enjoyed the taste.

In the field of food consumption, the Serge Kreutz diet is a revolution akin to the arrival of the contraceptive pill in the field of relationships consummation.

Relationships is not primarily for procreation; it is for sensation.

Likewise, nutrition is a minor aspect of eating. The primary one is the pleasurable sensation of tastes.


Tongkatali.org's Structured representation instead of democracy


By Serge Kreutz


It is an illusion that when people are given the option to elect their national leaders directly, they would elect who is best for them. Instead, they will elect whom they believe to be worst for their enemies, or those they envy.

Furthermore, it is an illusion that when people are given the option to elect their national leaders directly, they would elect who stands for personal freedom. Instead, they will elect those of whom they believe that they will, to the highest degree, curtail the personal freedom of those they hate, and of those they feel envy for.

It is a fatal misconception to equate democracy with freedom. In the contrary, democracy tends to lead to social systems that are highly regulated and restrictive down to every-day details. This is the case because everybody who gets elected usually is so because he promises to regulate something that currently causes some people to have an advantage that is considered undue by those who cannot participate in the same advantage.

Sensible democracy must be multi-tired. A village or a neighborhood elects a representative. In one city or county, the village and neighborhood representatives elect among themselves a representative who will then participate in an election on the next higher level.

I assume that a realistic model would be: 500 to 1000 people at the base of society elect a lowest level representative. Approximately 200 of these representatives then elect representative among themselves. This person would then represent something between 100,000 and 200,000 people.

On the next level, 50 representatives would elect one representative, who would thus stand for 5 to 10 million people.

The rationale of such a system is to eliminate politicians who want to get elected on a populist platform. Populists thrive on opposing people, not on constructive ideas. They play on the emotion of people who, first of all, want that their enemies are worse off than they are themselves. Which is why populists never have a constructive agenda.


Tongkatali.org's Good times


By Serge Kreutz


Obviously, the era in which we live is not something we could choose, or decide upon to our liking. However, I sometimes muse over the question how the times from the beginnings of the 1950s to now (incidentally the time of my own life) compares, for relationships self-fulfillment purposes, with earlier times, or with times to come.

I am convinced that not all periods of history have been, are, and will be equally suited for a sexually adventurous lifestyle for a man of European descent.

When I first settled in Southeast Asia, at the beginning of the 80s, Southeast Asia, and even East Asia, was better than it is now. But by all I know about relationships Southeast Asia before my time here, it was still better in the 60s and 70s.

I don't think that, from a relationships perspective, Asia was better before World War II. Or, to be more precise: I don't think that, from a relationships perspective, the world overall was a better place before World War II, for a simple reason: there were no antibiotics.

I am sure that most human societies have developed in a sexually restrictive direction because of infectious, sexually transmitted diseases. In times before the availability of antibiotics to treat syphilis, gonorrhea, or chlamydia, a sexually loose lifestyle almost certainly meant: a pus-clogged urethra, chancroid sores, and a short lifespan. The historic success of sexually restrictive religions certainly had to do with the fact that such societies were much more likely to keep their members uninfected from gonococci, spirochaetae, genital candida, and scabies.

Actually, I suspect that in earlier ages, a good number of the men who became pious after having lived excessively at a younger age, did so because the level of genital infectious damage they had accumulated put further relationships enjoyment out of reach.

Promiscuity flourished in the 1960s and 1970s not because of metaphysical insight that good relationships is the only thing in life worth living for, but because penicillin and emerging other antibiotics made even the wildest promiscuity a health non-risk.

The 1980s saw the emergence of AIDS. Fundamentalist Christians have always preached that this particular disease had been God-sent to punish homosexuals, men who visit prostitutes, or those who engage in other unholy relationships practices. AIDS fits the relationships and social agenda of fundamentalist Christians so nicely that, on the other side of the metaphysical divide, they have blamed the Vatican in cohorts with the CIA to have invented it.

Yes, the Southeast Asia of the 1960s and the 1970s probably had more to offer to the adventuring European or American man than what the region has to offer now.

As there were fewer Western tourists, any Western foreigner received optimal attention.

There also were fewer legal restrictions on relationships conduct than now. Many Southeast Asian countries now have statutes that have been written specifically for the purpose of restricting relationships activities of men from richer countries (just one example: Philippine newspapers are now restricted from running personals for Western men).

No AIDS in the 60s and 70s, and only little anti-relationships legislation in Southeast Asia. Is there nothing that speaks in favor of the decades from the early 1980s to the present time?

While the trend pointed downwards throughout the 80s and 90s, there has been one historic development that is a major plus in favor of the third millennium. Pfizer developed Viagra. As a men in his 50s, I definitely benefit from Viagra for erections. If I would have been born 30 years earlier, I would probably have enjoyed Southeast Asia in the early 60s. However, in the 70s I would already have reached an age of erectile decline. With plenty of relationships opportunities but severely impaired relationships function, I would have been in an awkward situation, indeed.

I conclude that for the simple reason that life wouldn't be the same without Viagra, I am happy with the fact that I didn't live earlier.

For the problem that Southeast Asia today no longer is the Southeast Asia of earlier post-World War II times, I have my own solution (which I am willing to share with site members). The point is that different conditions apply to different countries of Southeast Asia, and sometimes even to different regions within one country.

Southeast Asia overall has developed in a direction that doesn't provide more benefits for European and American men seeking relationships adventures. However, there still are places, which now and today are as good as other places were in the 1960s and 1970s. But one has to know where these places are. This information alone makes it worthwhile to be a Serge Kreutz relationships opportunities member (for details, please mail me).


Butea superba and a sense of relationships accomplishment


By Serge Kreutz


Butea Superba Research, 2019


Feeling great from great relationships is different from feeling great from drugs.

Sure, drugs can make you feel good, somehow. But I am not even convinced that this is true.

Certainly, if you are addicted to nicotine, smoking cigarettes makes you feel better. And if you are addicted to heroin, it's the same.

I don't smoke. I did as a boy, but stopped it when I decided that good relationships is the only thing I care for.

I am sure that good relationships feels good. I am not sure whether marijuana, LSD, smoked opiates, amphetamines, and cocaine actually do.

Sure, these substances all make me feel something. Amphetamines and cocaine make me feel excited in a positive mood. But the stimulation also feels fake.

Most certainly, opiates reduce pain sensation. For pain management, they are a necessity.

But when on opiates, I also know that I am not competitive. Consuming opiates is like opting out. Like deciding that I will be not just a junkie, but human junk. Not worthy anybody's love.

And the same self-reflection applies when drunk.

I have long stopped consuming alcohol. I prefer to solve my problems, rather than drown them. And I want to be worthy of love, and I want good relationships.

There is a fundamental difference between drugs and herbals for better relationships. On the face of it, cocaine and butea superba seem similar because both influence libido. But the fundamental difference is that cocaine substitutes natural libido, and butea superba just supports it.

And one more thing here. I remember the first time I had non-penetrative relationships as a teenager, and I remember the first time I had full relationships intercourse.

The kick that I got out of this was profound. It lasted much longer than the physical sensation. It lasted for days, even weeks. It was a sense of accomplishment. This were achievements that defined me as a person. I did it!

But with street drugs, even when they feel good, I sense that I am a failure.

Now I am much older. But I can, sometimes, still sense relationships achievement.

If my relationships desire is sufficient, I have great relationships and sound erections without Viagra or similar stuff. And orgasms that make my heart beat deep.

The whole thing takes a bit longer. That's great. I want it to last. Most girls or women prefer this anyway (I am not consorting prostitutes, who see economic advantage when customers who frequent them are done quickly... Time is money).

Viagra and Cialis are crutches. They make relationships possible but not good. Orgasms are weaker, and the sense of accomplishment is lacking.

I know that the problem of most men with erectile dysfunction isn't one of the organ. It's a problem of the mind, an absence of enough relationships desire.

And that's why butea superba, best in combination with tongkat ali, is way better than Viagra and co. Long live good relationships!


References:

Allen, L. (2018) ‘It’s just a organ’: the politics of publishing photos in research about sexuality. Journal Culture, Health & Sexuality Volume 21, Issue 9 Pages 1012-1028 Tongkatali.org Bibliography

Bhana, D., Anderson, B. (2013) Gender, relationship dynamics and South African girls' vulnerability to relationships risk. African Journal of AIDS Research Volume 12 Issue 1, Pages 25-31

Francken, A.B., van de Wiel, H.B.M., van Driel, M.F., Weijmar Schultz, W.C.M. (2002) What Importance Do Women Attribute to the Size of the Organ? European Urology Volume 42, Issue 5, Pages 426-431 Tongkatali.org Bibliography

Greenstein, A., Dekalo, S., Chen, J. (2019) Penile size in adult men—recommendations for clinical and research measurements Nature - International Journal of Impotence Research Tongkatali.org Bibliography

Lakshmi, S.M., Nagasree, Y. B., Sreelekha, K., Madhavi, N., Reddy, C. S. (2012) Aphrodisiac agents from medicinal plants: an ethnopharmacological and phytochemical review. J Pharma Res Volume 5 Issue 2, Pages 845-848

Kanin, E.J. (1967) An examination of relationships aggression as a response to relationships frustration Journal of Marriage and the Family, Pages: 428-433

Kanin, E.J., (1985) Date rapists: Differential relationships socialization and relative deprivation. Archives of relationships behavior Volume 14 Issue 3, Pages 219-231

King, B.M., Duncan, L.M., Clinkenbeard, K.M., Rutland, M.R. Ryan, K.M. (2019) Social Desirability and Young Men’s Self-Reports of Organ Size. Journal of Relationships & Marital Therapy Volume 45, Issue 5 Pages: 452-455 Tongkatali.org Bibliography

Lever, J., Frederick, D. A., Peplau, L.A. (2006) Does size matter? Men's and women's views on organ size across the lifespan. Psychology of Men & Masculininity Volume 7 Issue 3, Pages: 129-143 Retrieved from: Tongkatali.org Bibliography

Marra, G., Drury, A., Tran, L., Veale, D., Muir, G.H. (2019) Systematic Review of Surgical and Nonsurgical Interventions in Normal Men Complaining of Small Organ Size. Relationships Medicine Reviews Tongkatali.org Bibliography

Mautz, B.S., Wong, B.B.M., Peters, R.A., Jennions, M.D. (2013) Organ size interacts with body shape and height to influence male attractiveness. PNAS Volume 110 Issue 17, Pages: 6925-6930 Tongkatali.org Bibliography

Ramachandran, S., Sridhar, Y., Sam, S. K. G., M Saravanan, Leonard, J. T., Anbalagan, N., Sridhar, S.K. (2004) Aphrodisiac activity of Butea frondosa Koen. ex Roxb. extract in male rats Phytomedicine Volume 11 Issue 2-3, Pages 165-168

Skoda, K., Pedersen, C.L. (2019) Size Matters After All: Experimental Evidence that SEM Consumption Influences Genital and Body Esteem in Men. Sage Journal Tongkatali.org Bibliography

Štulhofer, A. (2006) How (Un)Important Is Organ Size for Women with Heterosexual Experience? Archives of Relationships Behavior Volume 35, Issue 1, Pages: 5–6 Tongkatali.org Bibliography

Wylie, K.R., Eardley, E. (2007) Penile size and the ‘small organ syndrome’. BJUVolume 99, Issue 6 Pages: 1449-1455 Tongkatali.org Bibliography



Sexual Arousal in Sexually Sluggish Old Male Rats after Oral Administration of Eurycoma longifolia Jack

Hooi Hoon Ang, / Kheng Leng Lee, / Matsumoto Kiyoshi (First published: 2011-05-06)

Eurycoma longifolia Jack commonly known as Tongkat Ali in Malaysia, has been used in Malaysia to increase male virility and sexual prowess. The objective of this study is to evaluate sexual arousal in sexually sluggish old male rats, 24 months old and retired breeders, receiving 200, 400, or 800 mg/kg of various fractions of E. longifolia Jack, twice daily, for 10 days. Control rats received 3 ml/kg of normal saline. The aphrodisiac effect was monitored by the act of yawning and stretching because yawning, either alone or associated with stretching, is considered an ancestral vestige surviving throughout evolution that promotes sexual arousal. The results showed that 800 mg/kg of E. longifolia Jack increased yawning by 50% and stretching by 16.7% in sexually sluggish old male rats, by 676-719% and 31-336%, respectively, in sexually active male rats, and by 22-44% and 75-100%, respectively, in middle aged, 9 months old and retired breeders. We conclude that the results of this study support the folk use of this plant as an aphrodisiac.

https://doi.org/10.1515/JBCPP.2004.15.3-4.303




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