MAMA philosophy is a rational philosophy that asserts people embody stereotypes that are harmful to others such as being racist, being a hater, liar etc. or stereotypes that are harmful to themselves such as being naïve, being so loving, being so honest, being so forgiving etc. not because they are inherently bad or good people but because they want to gain the emotional experience involved with those stereotypes.
MAMA philosophy then created virtual MAMA plays which are a new performance art that allows a person to act as a character in video call fantasies giving them the chance to gain emotional experience which would have been harmful to others or themselves in real life.
The following are examples of different virtual MAMA plays that can be performed to help a person gain emotional experience that would have been harmful to others or themselves in real life:
Virtual MAMA plays for expressing emotions that would make you harmful to yourself in real life.
A creator spam calls a producer to ask them for an opportunity to record a song in their studio and convinces the producer through their singing.
A child video calls his/her long lost mom who has been trying to find her for the last 20 years.
A teacher who used to be the best teacher for a student in high school video calls a student to tell them they passed the entrance exam and have been admitted to Harvard University with a full scholarship.
A parent video calls a blackmailer and convinces them to release their child and promises to help his/her misfortunes.
Virtual MAMA plays for expressing emotions that would make you harmful to others in real life.
An accuser video calls an innocent person accusing them of stealing stuff from his home.
A drug lord verbally berates his assistant who video called him to tell him his contraband was caught by the police.
A boyfriend video calls a girlfriend to tell her that it’s over and that he was just using her.
A son video calls a dad to tell him he failed his entrance exam and the dad verbally berates him only for the son to fight back.
These virtual MAMA plays and many more are performed in the virtual MAMA play community which consists of a group of performers who help each other perform virtual MAMA plays and make each other better people.
To join the community you have to choose a virtual MAMA play you want to perform and then post the link on our official Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/624798251645210