2014: The Year Of “…Who The #$*! Did You Say Is A Rapist?!”
If all rape is simply rape, then how many Americans are simply rapists?
The best part of The Story about Lucita Sandoval having Sex with a Student is that you can Google search and watch the video on the internet of her actually having sex with the student (damn, if only this story were true!)
So here’s a New Rule for 2015: If Any Hot Mom or Horny Teacher Engages In Sex With a Minor, It Must Be Recorded On Her Cell Phone (For 2 Important Reasons)
- 1) Sheer Enjoyment For The People
- 2) So It’s Obvious To Everyone That No One Is Actually Getting Raped
The most irritating part of The Story about 42-year-old Iris Gibney Getting Arrested for Being Caught Naked and Having Sex with a 17-year-old while In Her Car at Hollenbach Farm Park is that there’s no incredibly steamy video of the damn thing in progress! If there was, then ridiculous neighbors that say stupid things on camera like, “it just gives me goose bumps – it makes me sick to my stomach – rape is rape – if she’s taking advantage of someone who doesn’t know right or wrong or that doesn’t, you know, it just…it’s not right!” wouldn’t have a leg to stand on. Because when a young dude is giving the camera thumbs up while a cheerleader mom that works at Victoria’s Secret is riding him reverse cowgirl, I’m pretty fuckin’ sure no one is getting raped. [And yes! She actually works at Victoria’s Secret! Will somebody please post a photo online, already?!]
Now That We’ve Had Our Great Bit Of Fun, Let’s Discuss How Pornography Really Is A Huge Part Of The Problem.
Overuse of pornography negatively affects real relationships. The secret use of hard core porn for ‘quick fixes’ of self-gratification is the most common and fastest slippery slope towards sexual objectification and regular, inappropriate flirtation with (potentially multiple) members of the opposite sex. Continued over use without the knowledge or consent of your significant other is bound to produce many other negative and unfortunate side affects. While this danger may be patently obvious to the user, it usually remains ignored and kept private from anyone that might be able to help stop the porn addiction cycle.
Bill Cosby denies he’s a rapist that drugs women…so what does that have to do with the abuse of pornography? The answer is two-fold: 1) decades of secret porn abuse can chip away at a deepening cavern of secrecy in the mind where denial of excessive and risky, sexual behavior remains closed-off to anyone else, especially partners in intimacy – slowly becoming a cerebral hide-away – guarded against any and all accusations of impropriety; 2) an examination of the mass of pornography viewed and archived by the porn abuser provides insight into the type of pornographic sexual fantasies that they consider erotic and someday hopefully attainable, as well as an escalation towards such types of behavior and activity – whether past, present or future. Simply put – an early observation of the kind of porn Bill Cosby had been consuming and preserving and at what age his evolution of deviance began would provide great inside into what he was thinking, then and now. That revealed truth would prove to be quite shocking and maybe somewhat obvious – helping us all gain some insight into Billy Cosby the man we find so impossible now to understand.
Stephen Collins denies he’s a pedophile. And the hardest part of believing him is that he apparently exposed himself to a 10-year-old girl (who was a relative of the family) and that he worked up the motivation to place her hand on his exposed penis. If he knew her, he may have groomed her for that moment – thinking about it beforehand – which would mean it was planned. And according to accusations, he engaged in this type of risky behavior with several other girls between the ages of 10 and 13. By definition – he sounds like pedophile. And by definition, he acted like a pedophile. But a missing ingredient of this definition might be that if his primary sexual attraction was not towards young girls, then he is in fact, by definition, not a real pedophile.
A real pedophile is someone like Mark Berndt. Someone seeking and hoping to recreate shocking pornographic images of elementary school-age children; someone who acts out upon personal, elaborate, planned fantasies of sexually engaging with young children in secret with the kind of sexual intent unimaginable to the average person. Am I grossing you out? Doesn’t the thought of sex acts with a toddler immediately cause you to want to vomit? Me too. And probably Stephen Collins, too. But a real pedophile just wryly smiled. And they would likely never answer questions on camera in an attempt to shed light upon their highly addictive behavior of public exhibitionism. Here’s the question Katie should have asked, “What kind of porn do you like, Stephen? For example, do you think my legs are sexy?”
Former LAUSD teacher Mark Berndt is a pedophile. And since people seem sure that Stephen Collins is a pedophile, the requirement to truly disgust this audience with an excerpt of Mark Berndt’s sperm cookies seemed warranted – as to gain a finer appreciation for the difference of desire and intent between these two cases. For the record, what Stephen Collins has done has had a long-lasting and negative impact on the sexual trust of more than one girl. That was probably not his intent, but unfortunately a most likely outcome. For that, he has a lot of work to do.
In contrast, Mark Berndt has plead no contest to over 23 counts of lewd conduct with his own fourth grade students, including blind folding them and spoon feeding them his semen. Now that, ladies and gentlemen, is a pedophile! There is very little need to find out what kind of porn he was viewing, because according to the source of the image above, that is a photo he personally captured (highly disgusting and impossible to conceive as sexually appetizing.)
We Should Learn As A Society To Resist The Urge To Quickly Jump To The Labels Of ‘Child Porn’ And ‘Pedophile.’
High school students videotaping themselves having sex is not child pornography – and you know it.
Teachers having sex with students is not rape – and you should know better.
Boys videotaping themselves hunting MILFs is really happening – and that does not mandate prison time for any women who actually gave them the sex they were looking for (even if it is a double standard).
We should lock up and attempt to treat child molesters like Mark Berndt, while provide minimum incarceration and intense therapy for sex offenders like Stephen Collins. And most importantly, as a society, recognize the difference between the two.
So if you want to stand around serving trays and barbeques gossiping about all the sick monsters in the world, please at least educate yourself on the topic. And it’s not just about qouting the law – because we all know that some laws change over time (because they need to). People rarely speak up during these witch hunts for fear of being targeted as ‘one of them.’ But like everything else, wait until the topic hits home, because you will never guess who it’s going to expose next.
By the way, don’t you think a TV series about sexually charged teenagers in high school that dress like Victoria’s Secret models is a just a tad bit confusing? Oh no? By the way, that’s not porn. That’s from a photo shoot for the highly-rated, award-winning, prime-time network TV show “Glee.” Enjoy.
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