Sex Code

“Since sex no longer leads to pregnancy, [men must invent] creative… ways to leave an impact on a woman (and women need to feel more of an “impact” from their man, since they aren’t actually having his child anymore.) This is what leads to perversion.”

Perhaps we ought come full-circle and reintroduce the ultimate perversion in a world where good is evil and evil is good: fertile sex. “Eww! They’re making babies!”

Hipster Racist

http://www.radixjournal.com/journal/2014/10/16/girls-on-film

1. “Blacks on blondes” porn is bought by white men. It’s a form of cuckold fetish, which has its root in sperm competition; it’s also why the “money shot” is found in porn. I hate to say it, but the cuckold fetish seems awfully strong with quite a few racist anti-black whites. Make of that what you will, the long screeds about how white women just love them some big black cock. Oh really?

2. The idea that porn inevitably leads to BDSM – that BDSM is the “final perversion” – is so silly as to be laughable. You’re scared to spank your wife, we get it, but trust me many of us aren’t. It’s the same people that see a picture of a fully clothed woman in handcuffs and think it’s “porn” – scared of their own reaction, one suspects. “Damsel in Distress” is universal human trope, and…

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One response to “Sex Code

  1. I would restate that in a completely different way, “perversion” was the wrong word. “Elaborate male sexual display” is probably better.

    If you think of procreative sex as an entire cycle, it’s a year long. The fun part is an hour, then you have nine months of pregnancy and at the bare minimum three months of constant physical contact between mother and baby. The baby literally drinks the mother’s body’s secretions for a year or more until weaning.

    “Sex” is a lot longer of a biological process than wham, bam, thank you ma’am.

    This cycle can now be interrupted in the fun first hour, or at any point along the way, with technological birth control. For a variety of reasons, social, economic, or otherwise, it is.

    If people are starting over again after the first hour, quite a bit of time and energy is going to be dedicated to that first hour, and not the rest of the cycle.

    Hence, a culture that “is all about sex” really means a culture that is “all about repeating the first hour of procreative sex and not the rest of the cycle.”

    They even call it “peacocking” right? The male peacock’s ridiculous feathers evolved presumably through some very competitive and idiosyncratic mating selection process. Now imagine how it might develop if only 1/10 – or maybe 1/100 – mountings were procreative?

    The population might evolve into the peacock version of “asshole game” or “Mystery the PUA.”

    These socio-sexual controversies invariably arrive when “sex” is seen as separate from “reproduction.” The old WASP model, husband and wife used birth control to only have 4 kids, not 8 – it seemed perfectly reasonable at the time. But change happens on the margins, right?

    Perhaps we ought come full-circle and reintroduce the ultimate perversion in a world where good is evil and evil is good: fertile sex. “Eww! They’re making babies!”

    That is exactly how it is. There are few fathers these days that would be MORE mortified about his 16 year old daughter having sex on birth control than he would be if his 16 year old daughter got pregnant and had a baby.

    Think about it. Once you see it, you can’t un-see it.

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