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2,262 posts. Alias of Doodlebug Anklebiter.


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Pretty hawt for a sociopathic chauvinist...

I haven't done it in the street in longer than I care to admit, it's true. But I do shower regularly. Twice a day, these past few weeks.

Women's Liberation Musical Interlude

Judy Blume in the (Britishiznoid) news

Samnell wrote:
Hitdice wrote:

Samnell: Dude, you want The Hotel New Hampshire; That's the Irving book (or movie for that matter; it's no wonder Rob Lowe's life was ruined by a sex tape!) you want to read. many books! I just finished Elminster Must Die, which was fun. But I've also got Civil War Blockade Running on the Texas Coast (about blockade duties off the coast of France in the Seven Years' War, naturally) to finish. And a Lovecraft collection that I bought on the strength of the endnotes. And the new Laundry Files book is out...

I need more hours in the day.

Yes, but does Elminster Must Die hit the

incest jackpot?

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The other thing about John Irving novels is they always have some interesting facts and lessons for the youth. In the past, I've posted about how The Water-Method Man taught young Doodlebug to keep his genitalia clean; everything I know about the hijras of India, I learned from A Son of the Circus; etc., etc.

This time I learned about marsupial anatomy. Spoilered for incredible vulgarity, obscenity, and the misclassification of hamsters as marsupials:

Bucky had lately seized on the fact that marsupials have paired vaginas.

"Twin t#@$s! Can you believe it?" Bucky asked Homer.

"Right" said Homer Wells.

"Is that all you can say?" Bucky asked. "Don't you get it? If you was a hamster, you could f+#& another hamster with your buddy!"

"Why would I want to do that?" Homer asked.

"Two c~$$s!" Bucky said enthusiastically. "You got no imagination....."

[Later] "Look at it this way," Bucky whispered to him, near the end of class. "If Debra Pettigrew had two t&&%s, she might let you into one of them."

Doodlebug Anklebiter wrote:

You think you're the only game in town, youtube? Pfft!

Linda Perhacs--Parallelograms

A Short Film about Linda Perhacs

Hitdice wrote:
What about Melony, though? She was hard, like a melon!

I haven't been progressing very quickly in The Cider House Rules due to socialist activism and increased hours at work. They just got the news that Wally was shot down over Burma.

Anyway, I did want to register my disappointment that the best character in the book didn't even make it into the film, unless you include the one scene where the girl makes a pass at Tobey Maguire by following him around with her tongue stuck out. But I think Melony is supposed to be older than Homer.

And the screenplay was written by John Irving, which makes it all the more disappointing.

Vive le Melony!

I can't believe I've never heard of a "Boston marriage."

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thejeff wrote:
Not that there wasn't always plenty of unmarried sex, but it simply wasn't an openly accepted thing.

Yeah, you were supposed to do it on the dl in the slave quarters.

thejeff wrote:
Frankly, I expect far more culture shock would come from modern attitudes towards race, women and sexuality in general,

A couple years ago I asked the boards if anyone knew of any statements by the Founding Fathers on homosexuality, and Comrade Samnell said, IIRC, that Jefferson proposed reducing the sentence for sodomy from death to castration. I never independently verified that, though.

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I didn't even follow the Hobby Lobby decision, I was too busy pouting over Harris v. Quinn.

Actually, when it comes to female reproductive rights cases, I was a bit more touched by the striking down of Massachusetts' buffer zone law. Not that I ever really particularly cared for that law--No Reliance on the Capitalist State! For Mass Mobilizations to Defend the Clinics!--but one of the first things I did as a young goblin militant was attend a picket line demonstrating against an Operation Rescue confab at Harvard. A couple of months later, John Salvi, who, IIRC, was in attendance at the confab, walked into a couple of clinics in Brookline and murdered Shannon Lowney and Lee Ann Nichols. I did a lot of clinic defense that year.

Not today, Satan!

Apologies if it's already been linked.

I just discovered Warpaint.

And if the women playing indie rock in their underwear doesn't strike your interest, may I suggest this?

Jailed dancer removes clothes, masturbates while in holding cell

Hitdice wrote:
What about Melony, though? She was hard, like a melon!

A bit further along and I come to "Lucky pony, huh, Sunshine?"

I throw the book down, run inside, grab Slaughterhouse-Five, and flip furiously.

"'What a lucky pony, eh?' he said. 'Hmmmm? Hmmmm? Don't you wish you were that pony?'"

Me? I hate horses.

Hitdice wrote:
What about Melony, though? She was hard, like a melon!

She pinched my pecker.

MagusJanus wrote:
I propose that, next time, we have a three-way

I'm always available.


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And a hush fell over the thread...

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Mexican cocaine and Mexican hookers and I'm all yours, Comrade Dingo. I'll work at a wind turbine factory, I'll grow mangoes, I'll rough up counterrevolutionaries [pushes Citizen Magus out of the thread], as long as I'm to be fully renumerated, I'm ready for duty.

Kobold Cleaver wrote:
"Illustrate" rhymes with "castrate", finally revealing BigNorseWolf's true purpose here: His fixation with male genitalia.

Man, BeeNee (I just made that up, hope you don't mind), why didn't you just cut the crap and say so?

[Wiggles lasciviously]

Late addition to the Sex Mixtape

Lucinda Williams

Calybos1 wrote:

I'm more concerned with the race issue; why is it that all the sexy characters are human (or at least half-human)? Bring on the hot dwarven studs & babes! Lustful halflings! And, of course, Red-Hot Goblin Action.

Yes, please.

This thread is hawt.

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"Ain't nothin' like a camp meetin' for tippin' 'em over!"

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"How can you lie there and think of England when you don't even know who's in the team?"

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[Opens the centerfold in Goblins of Golarion; has a disturbing male power fantasy]

Say what you will about Paizo and gender politics, they do draw some sexy goblins.

Women impressed by men who condemn their taste in music

"WOMEN have confirmed that nothing gets them hotter than men vigorously criticising the music they listen to.

"Researchers at the Institute for Studies found that women experience strong sexual impulses towards men who glance through their iTunes playlist while mouthing the words ‘s&@@, s~&*, s&%#’.

"When condemnation of their favourite artists is then followed up with recommendations of obscure beard rock albums, most women are unable to stop themselves initiating sexual intercourse."

Did I ever mention that I am the chariman of the Russo-American Closer Relationship Society?

[Waggles eyebrows]

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thejeff wrote:

Actually it's all tied together under "unhealthy attitudes about sex". The religious objections tend to be as much or more about keeping women from expressing their own sexuality as about decrying sexualization and objectification by others. That's a generalization, but no more of one than "the same culture that demonizes religion and puritanical prudes".

Sexualization and objectification are tied to repression of sexuality, as I see it. As is the commercialization of sex - not so much prostitution, but using sex so heavily in advertising for example. All of that is bad. Treating people as sexual objects for your own use or to manipulate others to do what you want.

There was an Upworthy video in some other thread about objectification that really made me mad. Not so much what it said about objectification per se, but about how we all wouldn't have "healthy sex-lives"(or some such) until we got rid of sexual objectification in the mass media.

I don't think I could have come up with a better example of the difference between the worlview of the liberal feminists and the worldview of the socialist women's liberationists if I tried.

thejeff wrote:
And you never would have seen it a couple decades ago. Not attacking a President and praising a leader we're at least rivals with. Nor have I see the equivalent from Democrats about Republican leaders. At least not from anyone of equivalent political stature.

That's because no prior world rival has been as sexy as Sexy Putin. I mean, Gorbachev, Andropov, Brezhnev? These were not attractive men.

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Hold on...well, I haven't had my coffee yet and couldn't find it quick, but I think I did swoon over Sexy Putin earlier. And my Comrade Stefanie still thinks he's a hawttie.


Don Juan de Doodlebug wrote:
I'm not much interersted in Shalit

I lied.

The Return of the Virgin by Elizabeth Nickson

The Solipsisters by Katha Pollitt

Unfortunately, I can't find the article in which Larry Flynt called her the "a#!%!@% of the month."

And before anyone asks, yes, it appears that Ms. Shalit is hawt.

Speaking of which,

More Naomi Wolf

Well, I couldn't say, but I haven't read that far into it. I got the impression, though, that this particular crowd was more genteel than all that. More devout hand-wringing soccer moms than piggish Abrahamic patriarchs. But I could be wrong.

Woops. For the sake of clarity,

thejeff wrote:

That's more the usual "be pure and virginal or you're a whore" bull.

It most certainly is. Etc.

It most certainly is, and if you read some of the articles about Ms. Shalit (who is Jewish, not Christian, but nevertheless) you will see that she keeps going on about how a return to modesty is the cure for sexual objectification.

Like I said, different emphases.

I don't know who Dobson it, but, according to our last discussion about sexual objectification in the OTD, there is a portion of the Christian right that is also pushing it, albeit with a different emphasis than your usual Dworkin/MacKinnon/Wolf school:

Wendy Shalit's Return to Modesty which I only ever discovered from the wiki page on sexual objectification.

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Any that you guys don't want, including Mrs. Gersen's sisters, send 'em over my way. I'm not picky.

Oh, Monica...

Madame Sissyl wrote:
Gobbos. That is why it's so difficult, gobbo. With your 10% remaining attractiveness, your effort is impressive, but...

I lied. Pinkskins totally turn me on.

[Waggles eyebrows]

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--Being a filthy pinkskin

You know, you'd think that after 20 years as a commie, and a Trotskyist at that, I would've known about Trotsky's sister. And, well, I did know that Trotsky and Kamenev were related by marriage, but that was it.

Olga Davidovna Kameneva

The making of a Marx: The life of Eleanor Marx, the mother of socialist-feminism

Oddly enough, the article skips the part at the end where she commits suicide because her partner ditched her for a younger woman. Woops, spoilers.

Watched a good chunk of Bridesmaids on the teevee with my mommy and Hee hee!'d quite often.

Also saw, like, two-thirds of The Mackintosh Man. Was also pretty good, can't wait to watch the end.

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