The Future of Portable Housing

Those wondering what portable housing actually means, imagine a house that you can move around in without any hassle of building one again to a place where you move. Isn’t that amazing?

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We all experience that feeling when we just wish to move away to a place far away from where we reside. Most of the times we suppress that feeling for lack of options and most importantly the feasibility of such a decision. The idea of portable housing is based on these attributes of everyday human lives and challenges the idea of a conventional living space.

Let us discuss what the future holds for portable housing.

Popular, yet not so popular

Today, even though we encounter the instances of portable housing, the idea hasn’t become very popular yet. The reason for the same is that the jobs most of us are engaged in doesn’t allow us this space to roam around in a portable house and yet be accessible. On the other hand, what if you have a big family with you, would you consider living in a portable house? Probably not, so it gets restricted to holidays and special occasions. That said, the day is not far when we could literally imagine living in a portable house and spend our lives travelling and working. How so? Let’s see.

Work from home?

When you think of it, the culture of work from home is gaining importance these days, which in turn is saving a lot of money for the companies by keeping them away from huge office spaces. If the same get to grow bigger, the portable housing can very much become a common choice for our and the coming generation.

Increasing cost of living space

You can spend less than 10 percent on building a portable house for yourself in comparison to buying a new home. So, why not? You get to travel, you get to discover new places and you save big bucks for your family.

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Portable Housing for all?

No! Portable housing is not for all when you think of it. Not everyone out there could manage their life in a portable house with kids, elders or any other family member if you want to have it for a long period of time. What you call an adventure, could be a nightmare for other people. But you can always try first and decide for yourself.

How Favorable is it?

Portable housing in an urban area is a problem, at least for now. The parking space that it requires and the constant torture of overpopulation in cities could be a big hurdle to your peaceful space inside the portable house.

Most of the people take their portable houses to open areas where there is hardly any problem with respect to space. It is more favourable and livable. Maybe down the line, the governments will find a way to make way for parking for portable housing, won’t that be incredible?

What to do now?

Do what you want to do. Even if you choose to come back for the unsuccessful adventure with portable housing, you can always dismantle it and back to living like you were and then again the day you want to take it again for a ride, then do it. Given that it is not a trend today, doesn’e mean that it isn’t worth it.

 

 

Virtual Love – Why are millennial obsessed with it?

With increasing conglomeration of the virtual world into the real world, video games with live effects are becoming popular amongst every age strata.

Love and Producer is one such gaming application that has provided a virtual reality to Chinese women.

Gameslook launched the game on December 2017, which sought to ease out post-breakup blues. No sooner, it was a hit amongst the women who downloaded the application on their smartphones.

The game provides a platform to dispel the worries, the long-term disappointment that women usually feel after a heartbreak.

With the Adonis characters and the romantic ambience, one almost enters a dream world with open eyes. In this virtual world of Love and Producer, women manipulate the strings of relationships without any inhibitions.

Impressive reception

Since its launch, the Love and Producer game has been downloaded about eight million times. The number of online users per day is increasingly growing.

In China, one-third gamers are women, and this new launch has certainly proved to be a blessing for the developers. The number of users it has in such a meagre time has left all stunned.

Perhaps this was the trigger that caused this virtual beau to go viral on different platforms in other countries including India, Indonesia, Japan.

Characters lead the way

Love and Producer has four characters who in the end will become one’s Beau or Love Partner. Physically, the male figures are much like the direct descendants of the Greek god Adonis. With their charming personalities and perfectly sculpted physique, they are the perfect male partners in virtual reality.

The young CEO, Li Zeyan in Love and Producer has captured many hearts, and is naturally the most popular. His dominating yet appealing aura is designed to make the players go weak on their knees. Some fans of Li Zeyan even wished him on his virtual birthday by displaying a message for him on a skyscraper.

The other characters are also equally appealing and desirable, and have left Chinese women swooning. Sweet replies and their admiring approach have worked like a charm. No doubt, the game is becoming a trend in and outside China.

Escape from reality

The increasing difficulties in a real life relationship are forcing these women to become inclined towards the virtual world. Here they would not be judged for anything, and would be respected.

Women have found a temporary respite from the inevitable emotional attachments and the heartbreaks of a relationship. Goodbye incessant crying and depression!

Love and Producer is a relief from the harsh realities of the world, and so women are relying on those virtual friends and taking a chance with their hearts.

Global phenomenon

These virtual games are not only popular in China but all over the world.

My Candy Love, developed by a gaming company in France allows female players to develop a love life in a virtual college.

Love Story Games: Teen Romance is another popular android interface game from Serbia. It provides virtual high-school love relationships, made more enthralling by unique features and graphics.

Pixelberry, California’s famous web game developer, has created a mystery and adventure filled teenage love story – Choices. It is a virtual simulation app where the players can choose their partners and experience an amazing virtual love journey.

The first country to develop such passionate games is Japan. Otome Ghost Love Stories is one of the popular games from Hanabi Media Solutions, a game developer company in Japan. The love story between a woman and her ghost best friend makes it intriguing for the gamers.

The virtual world is helping the gamers lessen the stress of the real world. At least till now.

Male Sex Dolls – What’s in it for the women

When women were busy worrying from where to satiate their impending sexual desires, the finest sex dolls manufacturer, Realbotix gave them enough to breathe in relief. Recently the CEO of Realbotix, Matt McMullen had announced his ardent desire to launch a male sex bot in this year. In an interview with the Daily star online, he said: “We’re working on a male version of the robot AI. We’ll eventually have a male and a female platform available.”

He said that this time around, they are going for more advanced and realistic approach other than the voice and the desiring personality of the male sex dolls. Realbotix are going to launch male dolls with the typical ‘Bionic Penis’, the anatomy which they are claiming to be better than the vibrating dildos. In addition, when Matt was asked about the Penis size, he simply said ‘Sky is the limit’! No restriction in the penile width or length at the most.

The sex toys that came into the market for hormonal simulation weren’t enough for women to satisfy their raging hormones. That is why Dutch sailors invented the first sex doll in seventeenth century. Though the practice was not common around that time, at present time, these dolls are really a relief.

Sinthetics, a LA based sex doll manufacturer has recently added the domain of male sex dolls in their list of products. Gabriel, one of the famous creations of the company has become famous in LA after Karley Sciortino, a sex columnist for the Vogue and Vice released a documentary with him. In the 20 minute long ‘slutever’ video, she had covered the making of the first male sex doll. However, the main intriguing interest of the viewers lies in the last 8 minutes of the video where she had been found straddling Gabriel’s lap and getting intimate with the sex doll.

However, Cindy Gallop, founder of Makelovenotporn had mentioned in one of her interview that Realbotix’s to be launched male sex doll cannot provide a mindblowing orgasmic climax to the women with just a long penis fitted into a human- shaped hump machine. This claim of her was the perfect counter attack of Matt McMullen’s statement, “plug the robot in as long as you want”.

Having innate resemblance to a real life male partner with the sharp physique and hard and sturdy abs, these male dolls are becoming popular amongst women from different cultures and regions. The art of these dolls reveals a man in complete sense; the only difference is the striking absence of the pumping organ, heart. With the principle anatomies in its correct places, these are becoming a replacement of the ex’s and a companion for the single women.

Even some of the manufacturing units of USA are saying that with increasing developments in the anatomy and the physique of the male sex dolls, they might soon replace the real life male partners in the women’s life.

 

We are Humans First; No Job Is Big or Small

Equal Jobs equal respect

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“If you think you’re too big for small jobs, may be you’re too small for big jobs” – Gecko and Fly

The world is a unique place. Everyone has to work to survive here. Some people accomplish much more than what they want or deserve, while some have to stay satisfied with a meager amount of income and things that they get after hard work. And then we have some other people also who languish to get even their two times meal a day.

The question is not about an income equality, but about the psychological trauma that people doing menial jobs feel day in and day out, which is in itself a complete distraction from the universal truth of human rights and equality, liberty, and fraternity. In countries like Japan, what one does for the nation is all that matters. Collective Consciousness to make the nation proud is a feeling that is inside all the workers.

Work is Worship: Respect the Thought

In its simple philosophy, a work is a worship. Whatever you do with full dedication you are adding your essence to the world. It is the people’s hackneyed perception that classifies a Job as a big or small. Many often, people categorize these jobs in terms of the pay that a worker earns. Now, just imagine if everyone is doing the same works – can the world survive?

Of course, not. Suppose every other person is working as an engineer at a reputed MNC, then what will happen to the writers, doctors, CA, Lawyers and others? Or take it this way – if all of us are busy with an intellectual occupation then who will become a waiter, barber, cobbler, retailer or a sweeper? Certainly, it will make our lives more difficult than ever.

Our Humanity is our First Identity – Occupation Comes Next

Just like two individuals can’t be same, similarly, not everyone can choose the same career. It depends upon several other factors as well including one’s own individual capacity, skills, family compulsion and personal choice as well.

Long time back, someone has said it right that “each according to the need and each according to merit”. Certainly, whatever we do in life should receive ample respect and dignity from the people all around.

If you are a sweeper then it doesn’t mean you are doing anything to feel ashamed of. In fact, you are contributing to the society and participating in the nation-building exercise in no lesser term than a learned person with an elite profession.

Social equality jobs job

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The idea is to live and let live others. Everyone has a fundamental right to live with full liberty, dignity, and respect. So, we must respect all the people around us irrespective of their professions. In developed countries such as the United States and Japan, “Equal respect for all jobs” is the guiding philosophy for them. It has its own relevance too – if we had to all menial and petty jobs by ourselves then it would have been impossible for us to dedicate enough time towards the careers that we love.

How Impressionism changed the culture of Art

 

Traditionally, art and artists where about painting portraits, but impressionism hanged the concept and expression through art.

The spark of impressionism was first felt in 1862 with four young artists in a studio in France. Claude Manet, Camille Pissaro, Edgar Degas and Alfred Sisley were under the tutelage of Charles Gleyre. Charle’s style of painting was unconventional and was considered to be hostile to what traditional painters thought about art and reality.

The paintings of that time consisted majorly romanticism and neoclassicism which used thick brush strokes and dark colours. These paintings were hosted at the Salon De Perry, the most prestigious art exhibition of that time.

The cult of Salon de Perry was such that if a painter was not to show there, he was not to be taken seriously as a painter and thus had no career.

The impressionists on the other hand did what the other artists did not. They captured the reality as it was. They painted scenes as they were in everyday lives which at that time was not considered important or rather appropriate.

Napoleon rules France at that time and France was undergoing furious modernization. Napoleon ordered destruction of thousands of houses to make new modern ones on par with American modern infrastructure. These changes in everyday France was captured by the Impressionists in their paintings.

These paintings were so huge a success that people from other countries moved to Paris after being inspired by the paintings. This led to doubling of the city’s population.

In the second half of the 19th century, impressionists formed their own group and remained indifferent to political changed of that time. Their paintings were completely real based on true emotions and portrayal of natural beauty.

Moreover these artists were not inspired by money for their paintings rather they were inspired by painting realities. This was unacceptable to the artists of that time. This became evident when half of their 5000 paintings were rejected at Salon de Perry. Napoleon ordered a different exhibition for these rejected artists but it failed to generate good response and was also criticized extensively.

Interestingly the word impressionism was created by the art critics of the time who used the term to mock the artist’s impression of sunrise by Claude Manet. Inspired by the criticism, the young artists took up impressionism itself called themselves as the Impressionists.

Their paintings were not appreciated and they had to face several unsuccessful shows starting from their first show in 1874 in Paris. In 1886, they gave their last show and thus the era of the impressionists came to an end. By this point of time impressionism had spread across the western world through Claude Manet. He constant tried to spread the idea of impressionism and eventually succeeded in doing so. But by the time success hit his doorsteps, most of his fellow artists were not there to taste it.