If I had to think of one phrase that sums up the promise for the underground, it is this: they haven’t taken our thoughts away … yet. We can commit any crime that we want in our heads and no one yet has the authority to punish us for the sins between our ears. Neurologically speaking and psychological speaking, there may be no avoiding the crimes we commit each night in our heads. The psychopath is wired to be aggressive. Some are wired with unmentionable sexual preferences. Others feel so hopeless in their interpersonal relationships that they dream of murder as a way out. The list goes on and on. Instead of throwing us into the gutter for our deviancy, should not others respect the fact that we realize that certain actions are off-limits?
I’ve given interviews to the media, presentations to lay people, and have written hundreds of posts. A distinction that I hold dear between myself and my competitors is that I am unwilling to hide behind a pseudonym. At first, I was afraid to write with my real name listed as the author as I believed, naively, the horror stories of ASPD individuals being denied jobs, health care, so on and so forth. As I became more and more open with my ASPD and confirmed psychopathy, I decided that it would be best to live authentically rather than to live in the shadows.