A Commentary From Linh Dinh on how Pornography has entered Politics (with some additional comments by me).
The Unz Review
Pornography multiplies frequency, duration, angles, positions, and sexual partners, an endless and eternal sexual buffet, except that none of it is really happening. Similarly, American democracy gives the appearance of boundless participation by all citizens, for they can’t just vote in caucuses and elections, but cheer at conventions, march in protest, write letters to newspapers, comment on the internet and follow, blow by blow, the serial mud wrestling between opposing politicians. Pissed, they can freely curse Bush, Obama or Trump without fearing a midnight knock on the door. Alas, none of their “political activities” actually matters, for Americans don’t influence their government’s policies, much less decide them. It’s all an elaborate spectacle to make each chump think he’s somehow a player, in on the action, when he’s actually all alone, in the dark, to beat his own meat, yet again.
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Please note I am not making a judgment of people who are transgender. What I am sharing with you is this as an observation: I have known 3 Transgender People in my life. The first one was able to function after surgery and therapy, and this person did this it the 1970’s. The second transgender person I knew committed suicide and the third transgender person I know was never able to re-adjust and is MISERABLE.
Key Elements of The Weimar Republic In the 1920’s were the following:
1. Cocaine was all the rage, though other drugs were legal and helped fuel the decade-long party
2. Prostitution was deregulated and tens of thousands of women sold their bodies during the heady days of the Weimar Republic
3. Prostitution was like a candy shop – whatever you wanted, you could find on the streets of Berlin and in the city’s cabaret bars
4. Desperate men also turned to prostitution, and Berlin even became a tourism hotspot for Europe’s homosexual gentlemen
5. Androgyny was all the rage as young people defined the gender norms and enjoyed shocking older conservatives through their dress and behavior
6. Cabaret wasn’t all fun and decadence – as the shockingly dark, satirical Ballad of the Dead Soldier showed
7. The men of Weimar were wild – but the women often wilder. And Anita Berber might well have been the craziest of them all
8. Marlene Dietrich made a name for herself as an icon of the Weimar era before she headed to Hollywood and global fame
9. Child prostitutes could easily be found in 1920s Berlin – so long as you knew where to look and what codewords to use
10. It wasn’t all about the Kit Kat Club. In fact, Berlin alone had 900 nightclubs, many of them hotspots of jazz, drugs and sex
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Now let us fast forward to 2019 and look at all of the “sexual options” that are available to you.
A person who is heterosexual, or straight, is interested in individuals of the opposite gender.
A person who is interested in individuals of the same gender.
Used to refer to a man who is interested in other men, but is also used to describe any person who is interested in the same gender.
A woman who is interested in other women.
A person who is interested in individuals from more than one gender.
A person who doesn’t experience sexual attraction, but still might have intellectual or emotional relationships.
An individual who, once they have formed an emotional bond with someone, feels sexual attraction. Certified sex therapist Holly Richmond, PhD., shared with Women’s Health that a person who identifies as demisexual feels attractions sometimes, but not enough to attune to the norms set by culture or society.
A pansexual individual, also referred to as omnisexual, is interested in individuals of any gender.
Used to describe sexual identities that are not heterosexual or that might not fit into specific categories.
A person who is exploring and not yet sure what to label their sexuality.
So What Does It Mean?
These terms are only some of the ways an individual may define their sexuality. There may be other terms individuals use.
Whether you identify with one of the labels listed above is totally up to you. If you feel that your sexuality is free, then don’t feel pressured to slap a label on it. You are the only person who can define your sexuality. Do what’s best for you and your preferences.
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