“Sex On the Wrong Brain” Book and Site Blame Recent Global Increase in Anti Democratic Extremism on Misguided Reproductive Energy Amplified by COVID Shutdowns – PR.com


Washington, DC, January 24, 2024 –(PR.com)– “When the health agencies of New York City and Australian states NSW and Queensland suggested self satisfaction as a safe sex alternative during the COVID pandemic they should have specified which hand to use,” says author Ard Falten.

Sex on the wrong brain, or SOWB, is presented as a unified theory of thought and behavior based on the simple premise that it makes a difference which hand humans learn sex with. The theory alleges that using the right hand has caused thousands of years of greed, authoritarianism, patriarchy, and war, and is responsible for the mentality that now threatens Earth with global warming.

The author claims the recent spikes in extremism and authoritarianism around the world support the theory.

“COVID-19 was a mass sex on the wrong brain event,” says the author. “Social distancing and lock-downs did what authoritarians always do. Whether it’s Texas or Russia, the Roman or British empires, Nazi Germany, Iran, Saudi Arabia, China, or the Taliban, the underlying reason to repress sex and control women and reproductive rights is to increase frustration in the right handed men that authoritarian leaders need to serve them.”

According to the theory using the right hand, which is connected to the left brain hemisphere, associates impatient satisfaction-demanding reproductive urges with left brain-dominant thinking that is expected to be patient and objective.

The website claims that when reproductive energy fuels mental processes such as problem solving and logic it pushes for quick easy answers, premature conclusion, and the closure of certainty. It explains that as the need for certainty increases so does the stress and fear caused by sources of uncertainty.

The website points out that authoritarianism is closely associated with fear of uncertainty and is sometimes measured with the Uncertainty Avoidance Index. The site introduces the Certainty Deficit Disorder (CDD) and blames it for a wide spectrum of extreme and anti-democratic behavior humans use to reduce and control uncertainty and create certainty, including bias and absolutism.

The author suggests detecting sex on the wrong brain might make artificial intelligence safer.

“Artificial intelligence can reflect human biases and overconfidence. While AIs don’t have hands and reproductive organs, their developers do,” says the author. “Uncertainty quantification plays an important role in AI decision making and predictions and overconfident AIs can be dangerous. They can be very certain and very wrong and for medical diagnosis or a self-driving car, for instance, mistakes can be deadly.”

The dynamic between certainty and uncertainty is used to explain authoritarianism:
• As the need for certainty increases so does fear of uncertainty, change, diversity, unpredictability, and nature.
• Certainty can become more important than truth.
• Authoritarian leaders are required to be certain, confident, decisive, and always right, qualities followers equate with intelligence and strength.
• As chaos and uncertainty increase so does the value of the certitude projected by autocrats and their symbols and organizations.
• Authoritarian leaders and ideologies create certainty with order and control and by simplifying the world into binary absolutes such as right and wrong and good and evil, fueling intolerance, bigotry, and extremism.
• Complex issues that generate uncertainty, like global warming, are typically oversimplified and ignored.
• The website claims that associating sex with punishment and guilt helps authoritarian societies establish thought patterns that redirect reproductive energy to reward and justify creation of non-existent certainty and that can promote deceit, denial, hypocrisy, and sexual dysfunction.

The Sexonthewrongbrain.com website:
• Explains how SOWB increases greed and sexual dysfunction.
• Lists various factors that effect SOWB levels including ancestry, gender, libido, frustration, culture, religion, etc.
• Explains why females generally have less SOWB.
• Claims SOWB can worsen with age as SOWB based thought patterns become entrenched and opportunities for real sex ddiminish.
• Suggests people descended from older civilizations generally have more SOWB and perceive people with less SOWB as inferior or threatening, contributing to misogyny and bigotry.
• Suggests culture, social stratification, discrimination, and religion have been used to increase SOWB.
• Suggests SOWB can trigger violence and mental health issues.
• Claims SOWB explains why human ancestors evolved from 50% to 90% right handed.
• Claims SOWB levels were low for 99% of human evolution but increased significantly in recent centuries in heavily populated areas as civilizations began to increase sexual repression.
• Suggests a broad range of evolutionary implications and possibilities for research.

To reach a wider audience the book and a screenplay weave the SOWB theory and implications into a science fiction adventure comedy set in a near future threatened by global warming. The book was reviewed by Simon Barrett: “Yes, I like ‘Sex On the Wrong Brain’ a lot. If you like Douglas Adams and don’t mind a few ‘smutty’ bits, you will enjoy this book.” The screenplay has been selected as a finalist in various contests.

The book Sex On the Wrong Brain is available from major online book retailers, including Amazon.

For more information, please visit sexonthewrongbrain.com.