Physical Culture: Jack Delinger, Part Two

"Physical Culture is the pursuit of the improvement of the self - not a vain quest to fulfill an external perception. Begin the dialogue with your body, build the connection between body and mind, and seek out those physical activities that bring you joy, enlightenment and success and you’ve found Physical Culture."

Physical Culture: Bettie Mae Page

"Physical Culture is the pursuit of the improvement of the self - not a vain quest to fulfill an external perception. Begin the dialogue with your body, build the connection between body and mind, and seek out those physical activities that bring you joy, enlightenment and success and you’ve found Physical Culture."

Physical Culture: Kellie Everts, Part Six

"Physical Culture is the pursuit of the improvement of the self - not a vain quest to fulfill an external perception. Begin the dialogue with your body, build the connection between body and mind, and seek out those physical activities that bring you joy, enlightenment and success and you’ve found Physical Culture."

Be Aggressive, but – Communicate, Connect, Trust, Respect, Grow, Love!

“I'm really surprised at how little men want to get 'rough' in bed. I really enjoy it when a man wraps his hands in all my thick, curly hair and pulls my head back, especially when he's entering me from behind. After pulling my hair, I like it when he puts his hand on the front of my neck and pulls me into him—it’s such a turn-on!”

Physical Culture: Lydia Cheng, Part Two

"Physical Culture is the pursuit of the improvement of the self - not a vain quest to fulfill an external perception. Begin the dialogue with your body, build the connection between body and mind, and seek out those physical activities that bring you joy, enlightenment and success and you’ve found Physical Culture."

Tomorrow, You’ll Be One of Us: Have Your Own Mind, Become Aware, What The Twilight Zone, SpongeBob, George Carlin and Others Awaken Us, Conformity, Dogma, and Blind Belief in Authority

“Without contraries is no progression. Attraction and repulsion, reason and energy, love and hate, are necessary to human existence.” William Blake