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How do you think they might be interpreted by members of the opposite gender and by people in other cultures? Building on the immortal wisdom of savants such as those depicted above, a small group of knowledgeable persons is currently working to institute cooperative commonwealth communities. There were no forms attached to them, nor were any needed. Your body, your business, your home—they are only ideas within your mind.

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