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Monday, 19 October 2015

Playboy & The Porn Industry

They're having a wake over at 28 Sherman for Playboy.

I've never been a big porn fan. When I was in my 20's I went to a lot of peeler bars with my buds but generally didn't care for them. They went to ogle the skank - I wanted to drink and talk! Seriously! HAR HAR HAR!!! Usually the music was blasting so loud you went deaf! Out of all that wasted time I can only vaguely remember one stripper. She was so skinny that if she turned sideways she would disappear. She had the boobs and build of an 11 year old and when she came on we pretty much ignored her until she started to dance - and it was poetry in motion. How in hell does an honest-to-god-dancer end up in a peeler bar? I don't think I wanna know! I am no pedo, and as far as I know none of my friends were either...but she got a standing ovation from all of us in the bar that night. We weren't horned out pervs - we were men captivated and shocked by true performance art that somehow appeared in that armpit of a bar. It was probably the only time I ever really enjoyed the peelers - and that dancer could have left her clothes on for all we cared. It was the damnedest thing I ever saw.

When it came to skinmags I never really got into them except for one - Larry Flynt's Hustler Magazine. The humour was so toxic and filthy that even I was embarrassed by it - and I am no prude. Hustler put on no pretentious airs of cultural or intellectual sophistication like Playboy or Penthouse did - the man that subscribed to Hustler was a pig and made no bones about it! The porn went right off the Raunch Scale too. Needless to say it was one of my favourites - and about the only porn mag I would actually read! I dunno if Hustler is around anymore either.

I've heard any number of women beaking off about how porn demeans women but I just don't see it. I think they needlessly worry about porn as some kind of competitor for men's attention and all I can say is that if you can't compete with porn, lady - maybe you need to get out of the game and join the fat ugly man-hating lesbians on the sidelines. And of course, women never have issues with smut like 50 Shades Of Gray or those trashy pulp Harlequin romances. As women take over publishing and writing to make sure we all think properly and laugh at the correct jokes (demeaning laughter is a hate crime, I have been informed), I notice that Mommy Porn has somehow slipped through the politically correct dragnet.

The boys at 28 Sherman are wrong in mourning the passing of Playboy; but they are correct in mourning the passing of the Man Space. It used to be found in the boardrooms, or nightclubs and other exclusive venues that made no secret of their intention to provide men space - and they've pretty much all fallen to the hateful feminist shrew. The hell of it is, once women got into those spaces they discovered they really didn't want to be there...and the men they wanted to crowd all left!

Thankfully internet rides to the rescue again: when my daughter came out of the closet as a militant lesbian shrew - I literally had no one I could talk to about it other than some very close friends that I could be completely honest with. We could only speak out of earshot of others and even so...none of them had wretched daughters so they had no idea what I was up against. It isn't easy - but if you look you can find closed forums where men can talk about crap like this honestly - without incurring the wrath of the social justice warriors, the censors and the pinkshirts. I don't think Playboy or any other mainstream publication can make the transition to the so-called Dark Enlightenment; if they tried any number of liberal lickspittles would arise to sue them into penury. I suspect that while the olds chool man-spaces may indeed be gone...the masculine Speakeasies are on the grow.

I wonder: if women gave men their space...would the divorce stats improve? I would like to think so.

5 comments:

  1. You read 28 Sherman as well?

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    1. Of course. Great minds think alike BW!!! :)

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    2. You might want to check out: http://www.unz.com/isteve/

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  2. My father had a subscription to the old True magazine and I thoroughly enjoyed it. There are no decent men's magazines anymore.

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    1. I've never heard of it, Bob. The web search is underway!

      And you have got that right about men's magazines. It's like they are written for the urban metrosexuals by women. I once found a Maxim or an FHM and quickly tossed them aside in disgust.

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