Well, no, this isn’t new

This gleefully liberal approach (in fact, simply boring and tasteless) is echoed in sexual behaviour. As far as we can pick out trends, they point to a nonchalance about sex that a few years ago would have been shocking. One such trend is “pigging”, a game that involves men sleeping with the most unattractive woman they can find before texting her later to say she’s a pig.

Used to be called a grimmy run.

The best example of which is the quite possibly apocryphal bod at Dartmouth who went on one, met a bird and etc. After which she said – you’re at Dartmouth, aren’t you? And on a grimmy run? Yep. Me too and I just won.

21 comments on “Well, no, this isn’t new

  1. 50 years ago in my somewhat chequered youth it was known as “dogfighting”… Rules exactly the same… Dangers thereof ditto!

  2. She is right although “lawdogging” is no sort of solution.

    If scum can’t find it in their hearts to behave decently the only recourse is to punish privately if you have need to.

  3. This is what happens if you abandon Christian morality wholesale and don’t replace it with anything other than ‘do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the law”.*

    I agree with the article and this topic brings out my inner Peter Hitchens. I doubt that many people have benefitted from 1960s empty liberalism; gays maybe. Certainly not women who seem to have been empowered largely to get chlamydia and die alone.

    I find it rather sad that so many people’s lives are devoid of spirituality and culture. Fuck, get drunk, feed your stupid face, watch Love Island, sleep, repeat. You might as well be a dog.

    At least then you wouldn’t have to watch Love Island and you would be able to lick your own balls.

    *I don’t know or care incidentally, whether God exists or not. But I do know that sneering secularism doesn’t bring many smiles to people’s lives.

  4. Pogo – “50 years ago in my somewhat chequered youth it was known as “dogfighting”… Rules exactly the same… Dangers thereof ditto!”

    It is also the name of a film that I would have thought was 50 years old but actually isn’t:

    Dogfight is a 1991 film set in San Francisco, California, during the Vietnam War (1963 – 1966). It stars River Phoenix and Lili Taylor, and was directed by Nancy Savoca. …. The first portion of the film is set on November 21, 1963 (the day before President John F. Kennedy was assassinated). Birdlace and three of his Marine buddies have arrived in San Francisco for twenty-four hours, before shipping off to Vietnam, and are planning on attending a “dogfight” (a party where Marines compete to bring the ugliest date, unbeknownst to the girls they bring) later that evening.

    It is a rather sweet film in my memory. But my memory is not what it was. So this is at least a quarter of a century old.

  5. The evidence seems to suggest that MC is right. It is well known that conservative (meaning, often, evangelical) women in the US are better off than liberal women:

    http://thefederalist.com/2016/09/08/12-reasons-science-shows-conservative-women-best-sex/

    But it turns out that right wing European women also have better sex – which is presumably both caused by and causes being happier. Although I am a bit worried about why moderately right wing French women have such bad sex. But then it occurs to me they are probably stuck thinking about Sarkozy.

    Well worth reading that article and following some links.

    However in the interests of marital harmony, and because I do not want any woman near me to envy Mrs Ecks, I resolve to become even more right wing in the future!

  6. She refers to ‘permissiveness’ as a pendulum which has “swung too far”.

    This is a common idea – that social change is a pendulum whose movements can be controlled and reversed whenever people want to.

    A more apt image is that of a dam bursting or being deliberately broken. Has the flood downstream got too deep and has to be stopped? Well, yes. How are you going to stop it? Bit late now, eh?

  7. “1960s empty liberalism”: the legislation that was hailed as liberal and beneficial in the sixties was a mixed bag. I suspect that the only legislation that was both undoubtedly liberal and probably a good thing was the emancipation of the gays.

  8. It should be clear by now that left-wing males are frequently misogynistic shysters or beta w@nkers.

    All views expressed by lefty feminists should be viewed in that context.

  9. abacab

    Laurie Penny’s male mates seem to fit your description and she is definitely a leftie feminist or summat similar.

  10. Bloke in Germany – “It’s only because the non-conservative women know from experience what they are missing.”

    It seems to be a good case for ignorance being bliss then. Although quite why you are boasting that normal women leave their conservative, buttoned down, boring husbands to shack up with some Leftist trying to find himself, only to be disappointed with his performance in the sack is quite beyond me.

    Of course they know what they are missing. They used to be married to some of that before they Et Prayed and Loved.

  11. This reminds me of my promise to myself, which is to kick the shit out of Frankie Boyle if I ever happen across him.

  12. Back in the day (1976-7) we called them ‘Pig Parties’, and he who screwed the ugliest of the lot won $5 from each of the other male partygoers.

    I distinctly remember being roused one Sunday morning – hangover and all – by half a dozen of my dorm mates charging into my room and throwing $5 bills at me. Can’t say I remember the girl (or even the sex), but she must have been something less than a looker.

  13. “I distinctly remember being roused one Sunday morning – hangover and all – by half a dozen of my dorm mates charging into my room and throwing $5 bills at me. Can’t say I remember the girl (or even the sex), but she must have been something less than a looker.”

    Surely this story ends, “And this was the girl I’d just proposed to the previous night. We’ve now been married for twenty years.”

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