𝗧𝗵𝗲 𝗥𝗲𝗮𝗹 𝗠𝗼𝗼𝗻 𝗟𝗮𝗻𝗱𝗶𝗻𝗴
𝘣𝘺 𝘛𝘰𝘮 𝘉𝘢𝘭𝘭
And a century ago they had a real moon landing, unlike the boring, unimaginative one in 1969. Movie star, Adele P., had a bubble around her head on a relatively warm Lunar day on the Lunar equator, and loved another star, Terrence P. on the Moon surface, in front of the camera. And they proclaimed Luna was a mad love venue. And they started a colony for Superlovers, the best lovers from Earth to come here. Many wanted to try anti-gravity sex. And on this sex Moon was a haven for love film makers. Many of them complained about ubiquitous violent movies and so they banned all violent thoughts and actions from Luna. Everyone who came here was well vetted with Mind Reading Technology (MRT) to be peaceful and at least semi-famous.
And they grew green moss and green lichen and so changed the color of the Moon to green. And back on Earth the bards sang of this sex Moon.
And Adele was named the most desirable woman in modern times. And many came to this sex Moon to try and get a piece of her. And back on Earth many young women aspired to be a famous Space actress. Science fiction was now improving rapidly just like it did prior to 1969’s uninspiring, dumb Moon landing. And mostly sci-fi was about future love and Utopia.
And Adele set up a Sex city on Earth as well, in Washington, DC, city state. DC was a training ground for astronauts, and they brought love and sex to other Planets and Moons. “Space was for genius lovers,” said Adele.
And now 100 years later, Adele was still alive, and Space was demilitarized, and Adele was Empress of Space and made sure love triumphed everywhere and closely followed developments on Earth. And she had the “Love party,” which got elected in numerous Earth city states and nations. She said, “There can never be too much love.”
And there were love dolls created in Sex city and they were tweaked to suit differing mad humans. Put their minds in a computer and extrapolate from there in simulated life “to prepare them for the real World.”
But she worried about love dolls and human sanity. So, then, she set up another city; Sane city on Mars, which used Mind Reading Technology (MRT) to keep people sane. At first everyone seemed sane and happy. But as she got to know the people here, she discovered that they feared the future and nearly all wanted to visit a shrink regularly. There were thousands of shrinks here, and they prescribed antipsychotic drugs. But the people all outwardly claimed to be sane and welcomed new immigrants who were sane. She said to them, “There’s no hiding from modern insanity.” ✦