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Friday, September 07, 2007

Sex is nice and porn is good for your society

Due to personal reasons, I've decided to drop off the radar a little bit this past week. Instead of sex, I brought you Mario.

Tonight, however briefly, it's back to the sex.

Lest you think this is merely a pulp post, let me make my point explicitly (pun intended).

No matter how hard some people want to stop sex, it just doesn't work. Hypocrisy, oppression, and repression is always a losing play.

Sex crosses every boundary you can imagine.

You can't stop the signal.

(Some links via Gloria Brame.)

4 comments:

RecursiveKink said...

linkage is fun
and I most enjoyed the Sex crosses every boundary from Gloria Brame, who (or is it whom... damn language) I had not heard of before.

Also, the Mario was awesome. It lead to me discovering the group pokypac through their Mario video - Mario: Game Over.

RecursiveKink said...

damn I wish you could edited comments on blogger - it's poykpac not pokypac my bad. At least I got the damn linkage correct.

I hope you didn't mind all the embedded links :)

Juliet said...

Bother, it looks like the exhibition with that portrait in has finished now (or, something else is on the website list, anyway). Heh - did you see that the gallery is on the site of a former dealer in SM paraphenalia? And that they still have the "dungeon" sign?

On a slight side-note, I find it bizarre that if Craig resigns, the GOP just stick another candidate straight in. Over here (UK) there'd have to be a by-election. (Over here, in fact, he might have had the party whip withdrawn but quite probably wouldn't have actually resigned.)

Richard said...

You know I'm on the side of looking at naked people when you want to. But I was talking to a friend of mine in law enforcement yesterday and he was telling me about ISPs who go out of their way to tell the local police about the porn viewing habits of some of their customers. Sex may want to be free but you may not be.