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I've always believed that the key to improving our world, to solving any problem or succeeding in any research is honesty. Our biggest problems -- globally -- are all intimately connected with the subjects that are still taboo to most of us, with the subjects about which most of us are unable to be open and honest. George Orwell understood this and keenly understood the most pressing and damaging problem that prevents us from improving our world. He enjoyed tremendous success with "Nineteen Eighty-four," his fictional novel on this subject. But in order to avert censorship, he had to write so subtly that even today, sixty-five years after "Nineteen Eighty-four" was written, I have yet to meet anyone who gets the message. Anyone wanting to improve the world apparently has to choose between being a commercially successful artist or a relevant social scientist. I have attempted the former with my screenplays and the latter with my nonfiction books. Because the books involved much greater effort and came out first, I will be forever hated and opposed by Orwell's subjects, by the people with same-sex siblings who cannot accept their love for their own sex and who increasingly occupy all the positions of wealth and power in our world. I therefore give my books to the public domain.