Magnus Itland (itlandm) wrote,
Magnus Itland

Infrequently asked question n of (n++)

If perverse fantasies make us more perverse, do holy fantasies make us more holy?

Or in non-religious terms: Is it the content of our imaginary worlds that influences us, or the very process of spending time in imaginary worlds in the first place?

Or yet another angle: Are there good otaku and bad otaku, or is it always bad to be an otaku?

In this time, when "real life" seems to be fighting a losing battle against human imagination, I think that's a pretty good question. "Inner space - the final frontier!"
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