The Honk pill (Clown World)

R.G.Camara

Woodpecker
Harry is such a whipped boy with parental issues. Paging Dr. Freud!

His mommy Diana, a ruthless social climber, really didn't care for her children at all, and was more interested in being a glamour celebrity/party girl, only using her kids as props. And then she died in that car crash, which will mess up any child.

His father Charles, meanwhile, was whipped by his mistress/second wife, and once told her he fantasized about being her tampon (!).

Harry's wife is like his mom: a ruthless social climber way more interested in celebrity and using him for it. And he's got the same whipped tendencies of his dad. Making his wife black was a childish f-u to his family and bloodline, and now he's cut off from them and thoroughly grovelling to Megan.
 

R.G.Camara

Woodpecker
I think Diana was a much better mother than you give her credit for being. But yes, she loved being a celebrity/party girl.
From the day of the wedding, she used her position to make it all about her; her wedding was the biggest event of that year on TV. She frivorced his Dad (when both had affairs, and in royalty you were supposed to put up with it) and promptly went on world tours to make herself even bigger. And what kind of mother goes clubbing?

I see no evidence of her being a good mother; all I saw were staged photo ops and planted stories.
 

Athanasius

Kingfisher
Was thinking a little more about this ex-pastrix. It reminded me of a very good Devon Stack review of Handmaid's Tale. He noted that the show is about a breeding program to help low birth rates, but what the cat lady audience is too dumb to understand is that the the show itself is part of a breeding program. It propagandizes against a natural, necessarily patriarchal society.

This lady is going to be frreeeee from "indoctrination" but she's really just dynamiting her family by following the well-worn tread marks that EMJ documents over hundreds of years in Libido Dominandi, the Playboy Philosophy, and the plot to probably 500 films in the 1970s and 1980s. It's one of the favorite storylines of pop culture propagandists. She's just trading one teaching for another.
 
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Was thinking a little more about this ex-pastrix. It reminded me of a very good Devon Stack review of Handmaid's Tale. He noted that the show is about a breeding program to help low birth rates, but what the cat lady audience is too dumb to understand is that the the show itself is part of a breeding program. It propagandizes against a natural, necessarily patriarchal society.

This lady is going to be frreeeee from "indoctrination" but she's really just dynamiting her family by following the well-worn tread marks that EMJ documents over hundreds of years in Libido Dominandi, the Playboy Philosophy, and the plot to probably 500 films in the 1970s and 1980s. It's one of the favorite storylines of pop culture propagandists. She's just trading one teaching for another.
I think on some level many women find The Handmaid's Tale to be sexually exciting, in much the same way that 50 Shades of Grey was such a magnet for female interest. But being that The Handmaid's Tale was written as a warning to women about a dystopia that suppressed women, it is not socially acceptable to be open about it. Women deep down want to be dominated (but I am not saying actually hurt and exploited) and they want to be true to their biology and breed. And remember, the female desire to engage in sexual fantasy is very strong.
 

MRAll134

Kingfisher
I think on some level many women find The Handmaid's Tale to be sexually exciting, in much the same way that 50 Shades of Grey was such a magnet for female interest. But being that The Handmaid's Tale was written as a warning to women about a dystopia that suppressed women, it is not socially acceptable to be open about it. Women deep down want to be dominated (but I am not saying actually hurt and exploited) and they want to be true to their biology and breed. And remember, the female desire to engage in sexual fantasy is very strong.
How would you know? You have never touched a woman.
 

R.G.Camara

Woodpecker
I think on some level many women find The Handmaid's Tale to be sexually exciting, in much the same way that 50 Shades of Grey was such a magnet for female interest. But being that The Handmaid's Tale was written as a warning to women about a dystopia that suppressed women, it is not socially acceptable to be open about it. Women deep down want to be dominated (but I am not saying actually hurt and exploited) and they want to be true to their biology and breed. And remember, the female desire to engage in sexual fantasy is very strong.
Agreed. Women find the tale tantalizing. Back in the 1920s, a famous silent movie star was Rudolph Valentino (who was gay IRL, but that's irrelevant here). Valentino's big romantic character for women was The Sheik, where he played a violent Arab who pushed women around and basically acted like a raping pirate in the desert. Women loved the film and fell in love with him. When he died young, his funeral was one of the largest in the country.

I happen to have dated a woman who read erotic literature for women. Something beyond the cheapness of 50 shades of Gray. Let me tell you, the amount of insane violence in them is astounding. At least two explicit rape scenes per book, people being "forced" into sexual situations against their will (including incest, homosexual, bestiality), and "masters" who beat them for minor infractions. All eagerly eaten up by women.

And when I used to watch porn (I'm off it now, thank the Good Lord) and a woman would want to watch with me, my gfs always gravitated towards the most violent, abusive, and repugnant ones, where basically the porn "actress" was being abused and in many situations would begin to disassociate from the scene mentally and go nearly catatonic. I don't know what was more disturbing---the abuse the girl on screen was taking, or the fact that my gf would be enjoying it, getting sexually excited from it, and sometimes talking back to the screen, asking the movie to make the punish the actress even worse.

it's actually one of the things that put me off porn.
 
Agreed. Women find the tale tantalizing. Back in the 1920s, a famous silent movie star was Rudolph Valentino (who was gay IRL, but that's irrelevant here). Valentino's big romantic character for women was The Sheik, where he played a violent Arab who pushed women around and basically acted like a raping pirate in the desert. Women loved the film and fell in love with him. When he died young, his funeral was one of the largest in the country.

I happen to have dated a woman who read erotic literature for women. Something beyond the cheapness of 50 shades of Gray. Let me tell you, the amount of insane violence in them is astounding. At least two explicit rape scenes per book, people being "forced" into sexual situations against their will (including incest, homosexual, bestiality), and "masters" who beat them for minor infractions. All eagerly eaten up by women.

And when I used to watch porn (I'm off it now, thank the Good Lord) and a woman would want to watch with me, my gfs always gravitated towards the most violent, abusive, and repugnant ones, where basically the porn "actress" was being abused and in many situations would begin to disassociate from the scene mentally and go nearly catatonic. I don't know what was more disturbing---the abuse the girl on screen was taking, or the fact that my gf would be enjoying it, getting sexually excited from it, and sometimes talking back to the screen, asking the movie to make the punish the actress even worse.

it's actually one of the things that put me off porn.
What's ironic about what you wrote is that the industry promotes "couple's porn" which is supposedly aimed at women, and is just the opposite of what you described. I realize women can be different in their desires and tastes, but I still think this says something about the true nature of female sexuality.

Today alot of popular fiction, especially in the urban fantasy genre, is aimed at a female audience. And I am amazed at the level of explicit sex in many of these novels. In years past, these books would have probably been categorized as porn.

Valentino's hold over women in his day was astonishing. I read that a number of women actually committed suicide when they heard he was dead. But then Jackie Chan had the same problem, the first time he got married!
 

RWIsrael

Woodpecker
Oh California, circling ever deeper down the drain.
It only makes perfect sense after this precedent:
 

andy dufresne

Woodpecker

R.G.Camara

Woodpecker
What's ironic about what you wrote is that the industry promotes "couple's porn" which is supposedly aimed at women, and is just the opposite of what you described. I realize women can be different in their desires and tastes, but I still think this says something about the true nature of female sexuality.

Today alot of popular fiction, especially in the urban fantasy genre, is aimed at a female audience. And I am amazed at the level of explicit sex in many of these novels. In years past, these books would have probably been categorized as porn.

Valentino's hold over women in his day was astonishing. I read that a number of women actually committed suicide when they heard he was dead. But then Jackie Chan had the same problem, the first time he got married!
Tangentially: Jackie Chan, despite being a communist, is one of the best physical comedians in film history. We categorize him as martial arts action, but really he's less Bruce Lee and more in the ranks of Charlie Chaplin, Buster Keaton, or the Marx Brothers.
 
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Navy SEALs change official ethos to be gender neutral, remove ‘brotherhood’ and more

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"The U.S. Navy SEALs and the Navy Special Warfare Combatant-craft Crewmen (SWCC) recently changed their ethos and creed statements to reflect a gender-neutral presentation of the elite Navy outfits, doing away with gendered terms like “brotherhood.”

One change to the SEAL ethos was to alter a sentence in the first paragraph of the ethos to say, “Common citizens with uncommon desire to succeed” instead of the original, “A common man with uncommon desire to succeed.”

And yet, no woman has so far made it successfully through SEALS training! It's happened with the Army Rangers, but the SEALS take training to the next level of pain and effort...

 
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