Posts Tagged ‘Stormy’s World Book’
Cheating With Wireless Anal Beads
Sometimes you don’t know whether to poop or go blind. Hans Niemann is kicked out of the STL chess club because he supposedly wore “wireless anal beads” to cheat. Really? I hope somebody in the STL leadership has a house, because it’s Niemann’s now. Of course, he will sue them. The accusation is so humiliating…Read More
The Villages, Politics, and STDs
Why has this myth about seniors in the Villages — a retirement village in Florida — been so tenacious? The seniors are thought to be a breeding ground of STDs. It is a myth that simply won’t go away, despite the lack of evidence. Payback for Politics The reason is payback for the oldsters’…Read More
Sex Work Is Psychotherapy
This Washington Post story is a hodgepodge about destigmatization and internal authority, neither of which is very interesting. But the writer misses the main point about sex work (hooking): It’s about giving psychotherapy. Hooking in and of itself is not really riveting: So many people work on the margins. If they are not doing it…Read More
Is Prince William Flowing Toward Polymorphous Sexuality?
Whew! The anus, finally! That would be yet another step towards what Freud called “polymorphous perversity.” But that sounds reproachful, and we might just call it polymorphous sexuality, getting away from plain old penetration and into seeing many areas of the body as erogenous zones. Polymorphous Sexuality Involves Multiple Body Parts What areas? The anus,…Read More
Are Sadism and Masochism Protected?
Finding the Villain Hard to figure out who’s the real villain in the destruction of Cami Strella’s graduate program. The Lenoir-Rhyne University in Hickory, NC? Evidently not. A University spokesman told the Washington Post they have no policy against digital sex work (Cami had a risqué Only Fans account). Unfeeling bureaucracy? Not really. Title IX…Read More
Sexism in the Olympics
This is one of those stories where one doesn’t know whether to poop or go blind. The women had to struggle so hard to get ski-jumping listed as an Olympic sport. And now they face these apparently quite arbitrary disqualifications. Canada’s Abigail Strate, the winner by default, said, “. . . just goes to…Read More
The Debate About Public Sex
People are having a debate about whether this is appropriate for air travel? I can’t believe it. The scene — a man pulling a woman on a leash — down the aisle of an airplane is so grossly inappropriate that a debate would be moronic. Would this be appropriate on a public street? That’s…Read More
Anti-Semitism and Porn
Thank you to Mira Fox for recently publishing the article, The antisemitic conspiracy behind the anti-porn movement, in Forward Magazine. I’d like to make several points on the subject: I have never seen “Jewishness” featured as a theme in porn. This would, I suppose, be classed as philo-Semitism, if it ever happened. But it seems not…Read More
OnlyFans Is Accused of Childhood Sexual Abuse
Picture a gang of prudes, in their Mary Jane shoes and prim expressions, seeking to choke porn by pulling the rope tighter and tighter about its neck. They pull and pull, and zap! There go the major credit card services. They pull and pull some more, and zap! There goes OnlyFans. All Sex Work May…Read More
Are Flight Attendants Guardians of Virtue?
These flight attendants who are blowing the whistle on “skimpy” outfits, such as the Alaskan Airlines flight attendant Monica Humphries writes about in Insider: are they faithful servants just exercising airline policy, or officious nuisances? On support of the faithful servant argument, most airline employees are really very nice and try hard to serve the…Read More