Entirely amazing, eh?

‘Porn for women’ searches are up, but female sexuality existed long before Fifty Shades
Ash Sarkar

You don’t say. Amazing how the species survived without half of it being interested in sex really.

22 thoughts on “Entirely amazing, eh?”

  1. I think the idea of women being interested in sex and looking for sex is being eroded from history by the media, led by mouth foaming feminists.

    I will have to admit my tranny porn internet history is only due to being tricked by porn sites to watch videos that should never had women with cocks.

    Lads be warned if you see “surprise” in a porn vid title.

  2. So Much For Subtlety

    I think that since the collapse of the Soviet Union, the Left has been lost. They don’t know what they are for but they know what they hate. This article is …. enlightening. No, really it is. For one thing I learned there is a website called xhamster. I hate to ask.

    I don’t much care for the agonised wrangling over the ethics of porn consumption. Oscillating between Mary Whitehouse and Messalina depending on my place in the hormonal carousel, I’d probably describe my own politics as “sex ambivalent”.

    Well it is no surprise that someone writing for the Guardian identifies as having low sex drive. I always thought it was a job requirement, but she admits that her thought process depends on where she is on her monthly cycle? I think the Sisters might have something to say about that.

    The explosive popularity of “bodice rippers” (romance novels of the heaving-bosoms-and-fiery-loins sort) in the 1970s sat strangely alongside the militant feminist movements of the time: as observed by Jessica Luther, they reinforced restrictive and heteronormative gender roles, while simultaneously celebrating their heroine’s sexual desires and stimulating those of their readership.

    Well yes, women do, by and large, wish to get married. To a man. Who was born a man. Is this a surprise? What they call heterosexual and restrictive the rest of us call normal.

    Pamela; or, Virtue Rewarded (1740) and the abominably long Clarissa; or, the History of a Young Lady (1748) concerned beautiful lower-class women in the service of aristocratic rakes, and always on the precipice of being dealt a ravishing. Both books were publishing sensations. Women could imagine themselves as the prone, desired heroine; or perhaps even more subversively, as the predatory and rapacious master of the house.

    So …. women are really into rape then? Is that what this stupid over-educated buffoon is trying to tell us?

    At this point, it’s crucial to avoid making sweeping statements about the nature of women’s taste in erotic material.

    Indeed. But this is the Guardian so it is pretty much stock in trade innit?

    However, a study conducted in 2015 by Marie Claire provides a crucial insight into women’s viewing habits – the majority of women watch pornography alone, and two-thirds have never watched pornography with a partner.

    Women have bullied men into being sensitive and feminist – and then discovered they do not want to sleep with them. This is unusual but hardly surprising. It explains the present immigration problem as well – some women want a more forceful, perhaps a bit rape-y, masculine option.

    From Clarissa, to Lady Chatterley, to Fifty Shades of Grey, we see sexual relationships across class divisions play out against backdrops of extravagant wealth. It comes as no surprise that in 2018 the mere thought of financial security is enough to compel one towards orgasm

    So women are mainly turned on by men with lots of money? Seems entirely believable.

    An increasing number of would-be performers and a limited pool of available jobs disempowers workers negotiating a decent rate for their labour

    And so … immigration is bad?

    All in all this impressively educated fool is admitting things she probably does not want to. It tells us a lot about the decline of British academia but also the state of the mind of your average British leftist bint. Men should draw the appropriate conclusions – be rich, if you can’t then be very rich, either way don’t immediately take no for an answer. Women clearly want those bodices ripped. Err, wait, no that can’t be it.

  3. I’d probably describe my own politics as “sex ambivalent”.

    I’d describe my politics as economically right wing* but socially liberal. Classically liberal, if you want.

    My opinions on sex (mine or other people’s) have very little, if not nothing, to do with my politics.

  4. So Much For Subtlety

    Surreptitious Evil – “My opinions on sex (mine or other people’s) have very little, if not nothing, to do with my politics.”

    I am old enough to remember a time when people’s opinions on sex had very little, if not nothing, to do with their politics.

    No more. People like NiV have made that happen.

  5. Quite interesting,,, then at the end “That means paying for porn…” Good luck with that but it’s a no from me.

  6. I don’t think female sexuality is a surprise to anyone except feminists, as they seem to be either lezzers whose sexuality has not recovered from a childhood fear of snakes or tragically damaged narcissists who think rimming Arabs is empowering.

    But then I suppose anything vaguely normal would shock them.

  7. So, xHamster is it? Seems to me like a lot of so-called trannies have tits and facial femininization, but kept the meat and 2 veg, then if they don’t like it up the arse themselves, they subscribe to the opinion that: ‘it is better to give than receive’.Bizarrely, there’s a theme that trannies with hormone-shrunk willies who like it up the bum aren’t all that masculine – not to speak of the minority with willy-skin inverted as a sort of front-bottom – which I would have thought was the whole idea. Oh, and there’s the limp willy masturbators.

    Jeepers. There are some seriously disturbed people out there.

  8. Off-Topic (but related to a recent thread fallen off the first page) – anyone surprised by Polly Toynbee writing a foreword for a re-issue of a book which incorporates a section explaining the necessity of eugenics? https://www.amazon.co.uk/Intelligent-Womans-Guide-Socialism-Capitalism/dp/1847492436/ref=sr_1_sc_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1516030613&sr=8-2-spell&keywords=shaw+inelligent+woman%27s+guide+to+socialism+fascism

    Pg. 16 in this Google Books version here: https://books.google.ch/books?id=ys13gZliXFAC&printsec=frontcover#v=onepage&q&f=false

  9. Oh, you should really, really read the p.16 summary on eugenics together with the full chapter (p.53), and then go and read Toynbee’s un-ironic, un-self-aware and unequivocally gushing foreword. In the Amazon preview, go to the contents page and then move forward to page 7 with the right arrow. The whole foreword is there in its absolute glory.

  10. As we’re going OT, I understand that Paul Mason will no longer be writing for the Guardian.

    I will miss his whining nasal Northern accent, which came through clearly even in his written work.

  11. “Amazing how the species survived without half of it being interested in sex really.”
    Same way it has done for millions of years. The interested party forces the non-interested party. Have you ever seen ducks mate?

  12. @ jgh
    Possible in theory, though I haven’t tried it. OTOH what limited records exist say that it didn’t often happen.

  13. @jgh

    It may be the case that women appear to be uninterested when having sex with you.

    They’ve always seemed jolly keen when having sex with me.

    As for ducks, mate, course I’ve seen ’em pal. In the park.

  14. So Much For Subtlety

    AndrewC – “They’ve always seemed jolly keen when having sex with me.”

    Have you considered leading a minor political party? I believe there is an opening just now and that does seem to be a job requirement.

    I am sure that if we had a resident Feminist she would say that was false consciousness innit? They have just not realised how your sweet sweet loving making oppresses them.

  15. AndrewC: I’m impressed with your mind-reading capabilites, as there is no other way to actually know what is inside somebody else’s mind. 😉

    oh oh yes that’s it yes yes oh yes have you finished yet that was perfect.

  16. @jgh

    Did I profess any mind reading capability? I said ‘seemed jolly keen’. Seemed.

    I gained this impression from their responses. And their constant requests for a repeat performance. If they were pretending, it matters not at all to me. I had a good time.

    Presumably the impression you gained that the women in your life were not interested was due to the snoring?

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