Valentine’s Day For Men

Posted in Food & Drink, Humor, Society on February 11th, 2016

valentine's meat
It’s Like Chocolate & Flowers For Men

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Slowly We Degenerate

Posted in Society on January 31st, 2016

As I’ve said before, most changes in any society are entropic, not progressive. This is because entropic forces acting in a society are a phenomenological forces stemming from the entire society’s statistical tendency to increase its entropy.

And, as odd as it may sound to many people, nothing exemplifies this degenerative process more clearly and overtly than eroticism, what is erotic, and to what lengths women must got to in order to be erotic.

Once, Black Lingerie Was Enough

At one time, admitted a time before even my time and I’m far from young, black lingerie was enough. A women simply choosing black lingerie over white, beige, or “nude” was more than sufficient for the needs of eroticism. Indeed, it was generally considered, in the absence of specific fashion needs at that moment, that black lingerie was clear signal that sex was definitely in the offing.

But no longer! It’s been sometime since the mere color of woman’s lingerie was a significant factor in her perceived eroticism. Society essentially desexualized that in the course of its process towards greater and greater chaos and entropy.

Because, of course, just because society deprecated the eroticism and signalling of Black lingerie doesn’t mean that society lost the need and desire for such eroticism and signals of sexual intent. It just meant that women had to go some other and greater extent to provide such.

An example of this other and greater extent to which women had to go was the thong, T-back, or “butt floss.” For a while, more than 20 years ago now, thongs were the epitome of eroticism and sexual signalling. Many women didn’t even care if a T-back was comfortable to wear because, as they blunted stated, they didn’t expect to be wearing them for very long.

Not Even The Thong. Now It’s Floss Daily

And yet, thongs too became desexualized and now many women wear “butt floss” as their daily or, at least, regular choice in underwear with no expectation of specific eroticism or thought that they would be engaging in sex in the immediate future.

And, to further the march towards degeneration and dissolution, we now have a growing movement to Free The Nipple. So we have a growing number of society who’re actively trying to bypass the desexualization of women’s lingerie and go straight to desexualizing naked breasts.

Already, we have a fairly large and growing number of women turning to each other to get the sexual attention they desire. And, let us not forget that there’s movement to make pole dancing a Olympic sport.

And yet, no matter what becomes passé, society will find something else, something more extreme or overt, to be the new for the moment hyper-sexualized thing because sex is key to society and that isn’t going to change unless our very biology changes. What was taboo will become titillating, and then trite, only to be replaced by the next step in the spiral.

What is worse is that I don’t shudder to think what will come next; I shudder to think how those that come after me will deride and mock me for shuddering at it.

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A Dash Of American Truth

Posted in Society on January 25th, 2016

A beautiful American who happens to be BlackRecently, in response to the pathetic outrage of the “Black Community” over the lack of Black Oscar nominees, Stacy Dash once again spoke truth to what passes for power among the Blacks within America’s borders. And, of course, once again the drums are beating and both the Blacks and their White Liberal enablers are attacking and vilifying Ms. Dash for voicing a truth that is contrary to the orthodoxy of Black Identity, steeped as it in special protections and victimhood.

It was a quite simple truth that Ms. Dash spoke as well:

We have to make up our minds. Either we want to have segregation or integration, and if we don’t want segregation, then we have to get rid of channels like BET and the BET Awards and the Image Awards, where you’re only awarded if you’re black.

If it were the other way around, we’d be up in arms. It’s a double standard. There shouldn’t be a black history month. We’re Americans, period.

— Stacy Dash

Of course, it was the stark simplicity of Ms. Dash’s statement that, more than anything else, fired up the ever-angry and ever-aggrieved “Black Community.” It presented them with a clear and unassailable by logic choice: segregation or assimilation; being Black or being American. This is not something that they can tolerate because their culture’s very identity is based upon not making that choice but, instead, demanding to have it both ways.

Essentially, in my opinion, the Blacks want to be segregated in that they want to behave however they wish to behave, irrespective of whether or not it fits in with the normative values and mores of American society yet, at the same time, they never want those behaviors to in any way negatively impact their personal or communal outcomes, hence integration.

And before any fool claims that I can’t speak of Blacks as if they’re monolithic in outlook, any Black – as Ms. Dash has proven – that doesn’t adhere to their orthodoxy is declared “Not Black Enough.”

Thus, I can speak so.  It is, after all, by the “Black Community’s” own tacit admission a matter of culture and ideology, not genetics.

It’s a simple American truth, you are or become a part of us or you don’t. We don’t easily accept any middle ground when it comes to assimilation. This is a truth that the “Black Community” both fears and hates. Hence, they will attack any Black, such as Stacy Dash, that openly accepts this truth and speaks it aloud. Indeed, they have an entire well-established lexicon of epithets for such apostates.

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