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But in modern times, our culture is uncomfortable, or even hostile towards such restrictions. In the 20th century, we de-segregated men and women, and de-stigmatized homosexuality.

This happened essentially as a result of a great deal of political and social force put behind the idea that sexual diversity is beneficial for effective organizations, while also being more socially just. This process remains ongoing. If sexual diversity is actually a good idea, one might ask two questions: And why does it take active political force to put it through?

I will not be exploring why it is being advocated for, nor will I address claims about social justice. My methodology will be to first examine some important factors for close coordination of Mannerbund homosexuality in christianity type that humans do, then to see how that applies to an ideal group of men, and finally to add women and homosexuals, in order to explore their effects on coordination.

A big background assumption is that coordination, the ability to act as a unit to achieve a shared purpose, is the relevant factor in the effectiveness of purposeful groups and in the quality of organizational ideas. So, this "Mannerbund homosexuality in christianity" really an analysis of how coordination problems interacts with sexual diversity.

Modern progressive folk-sociology has a tendency to drop this assumption to allow for arbitrary cultural and psychological reconstruction, and some modern Mannerbund homosexuality in christianity run with this to reconstruct themselves at the expense of family formation and reproduction, which makes it hard to confidently say any generalized thing about sexual dynamics at all. But practically speaking, in the context of social technology for civilization as we know it, we are dealing with men and women as we know them, so the assumption of relative psychosexual normality is appropriate.

Still, I have tried to make my assumptions about the nature of men and women, beyond basic biological fact, as lightweight as possible, to make the argument as strong as possible.

To accomplish a purpose as a group, there are a few things you need:. You need everybody to have Mannerbund homosexuality in christianity same or similar interest to pursue the purpose.

If people are working for different purposes, different factions will conflict with each other and try to steal resources. Secondary interests are everything people care about outside the core goal of the group. People need to be able to understand each other fluently, which requires significant psychological similarity, and a very open and fluid social vibe to test limits and get to know each other in deeper ways.

Mutual understanding is greatly helped by displays of closeness and and familiarity. This is necessary for trust and such. The folks involved need Mannerbund homosexuality in christianity have the right skills, mindset, and social technology to cooperate, be trustworthy, follow through, work closely, and create mutual knowledge of these conditions being met.

This list is not intended to be exhaustive, but it gets the basics, and so will be sufficient for our purposes. Any group that cannot achieve the above points of coordination will be plagued by faction, drama, distrust, apathy, and other dysfunctions.

The better a group can achieve coordination on these points, the better it will work. Everyone Mannerbund homosexuality in christianity a man of similar culture, so they have similar interests. They came together over some shared purpose, so are all there for roughly the same thing. Counterfeit motivation is rare. The interests of men tend to be well-aligned, as they face the same group threats, share in the spoils of collective effort, and tend to be well enough coordinated that they can achieve collective goals.

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