We live in a world turned by many forces. Beauty is a commodity, sexuality is marketed, social networks draw us away from the being in the presence of others, care is based on taxation.
What do we desire? In our journey to find the advertised ideal of truth and beauty, the real person can no longer satisfy our desire. Her pixels, sharp and annoying, disturb us when we clasp. Sharp and sexy, she sold for $7.99. What’s wrong with her? Turn her away, buy a new one. Great body, but the next one will bring true communion.