Sunday, July 09, 2017

Sunday Reads

It wouldn't be a newsworthy day if some more revelations about the Trump tribe weren't brought to attention:

Several of President Donald Trump's close associates met with a Russian lawyer last summer, including his son, Donald Trump Jr., and son-in-law and senior White House adviser Jared Kushner.

The New York Times first reported the meeting on July 8, citing "confidential records" described to the paper. According to the Times, Trump Jr., Kushner, and then-campaign manager Paul Manafort met with a lawyer the paper identified as Natalia Veselnitskaya. According to the Times, Veselnitskaya represents several state-owned Russian businesses and a son of a senior government official whose business was under investigation in the U.S. at the time of the meeting.

Donald Trump is no laughing matter. Dan Rather:

The GOP is not the GOP of 1974, when during that time they put the country above party loyalty. This bunch is a different kettle of rotting fish altogether.


The conditioning of young women to accept the demands of porn-addled men to do degrading and dangerous sex acts continues, and the author surely knows better.

Why are biological sexes being erased with the queer theory bullshit by not referring to "men" and "women"?

This article responds to the revolting piece:

Not only is any potential pleasure a woman may feel during anal sex reduced to the lack of male body parts (she is a “non-prostate owner”) but the clitoris, the actual hub of female sexual pleasure, has been removed. The lack of a male body part is the focus of what defines the female body, and what is actually there isn’t identified at all.

What is this teaching the audience of a magazine aimed at teenage girls? It tells them their identity is not “woman”, but rather “non-man”. It tells them that should they consent to anal sex, their body is just a hole for the man to penetrate, and the part of their body that is most sensitive and reliable for the female orgasm is so irrelevant that it doesn’t even warrant a label. It tells them that consenting to anal sex is not about their pleasure, but about their partner’s.

What it fails to tell them is the potential dangers of anal sex. The possibilities of fissures and tears which can become infected very easily due to contamination by faeces, severe enough to need surgery, or lead to anal abscesses which increase the chances of catching HIV. By treating anal sex as an equivalent to vaginal sex, you increase the chances that your audience will not understand the potential damage they can do to their own or their partner’s body, and in turn increase their chances of becoming seriously ill.

Women need to submit to male demands or the dude will leave them is the message of such articles such as Teen Vogue's. Women MUST put a stop to this.

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