From Blow Jobs To Bondage: 50 Shades Of Grey Shows How Errant American Sexuality Has Become

Did you ever wonder why tongue kissing is called “French kissing”? It’s because Americans used to be boring in the sack. The French—ever the secluar-liberal revolutionaries—were known for their deviancy. They also gave us our term “sadism”.

Feminism And Oral (Quote/Unquote) Sex

Feminists complain that men expect women to give head even if the woman isn’t comfortable with it. I’ve never sucked anyone’s dick, so I can’t vouch for how uncomfortable it may be. But a lot of women are quick and to the point when going down.

slow blow

The irony in this is that feminism is the reason we have blowjobs today. Well, sort of. The sexual revolution (which was feminist-driven) opened up all sorts of unintended consequences, like modern pornography, particularly the 1970s classic Deep Throat. And with easy access to porn, our imaginations have run wild.

Feminists complain that today women have to put out to get noticed. Well, who started that? Did you think men wouldn’t like free sex? In the old days, it was expected that women wouldn’t put out.

In the 1950s, virgin brides weren’t as common as one would think. The money hole known as the engagement ring was marketed as insurance, since the early-mid 20th century saw a repeal of laws where a woman could sue if her fiance broke the engagement (women have no rights today…). While it would be difficult to get married if she wasn’t a virgin, most women had sex with their fiances with the assumption that it would turn into a marriage. So diamond companies told women that they need to demand an expensive piece of jewelry they can sell in the event that the marriage didn’t happen, since they could no longer sue.

Before feminism, a woman would get married young and probably go her whole life without ever giving a blowjob. Likewise, a man probably would never get one either. We’ve been very desensitized to the concept, if you think about what a blowjob actually is. Semen is a step short of blood in how unsanitary it is. Furthermore, just as we were taught to wash our hands as children, nobody wants to accidentally put dry piss in their mouth. Most protestant pastors had no problem preaching against the practice as well as contraception, as neither produce children, bring oneness, or function as those body parts were designed. The topic of oral sex would induce the same look of revulsion in the average Your Town, USA housewife (and perhaps even husband) as my grandfather had on his face when I told him many men today like having anal sex with women. Even many Greco-Roman thinkers thought low of oral sex.

To quote South Park‘s Eric Cartman,

Statistically speaking, the most bacteria-ridden place on the planet is the mouth of an American woman! And you’re gonna let that near your penis?

The face is the most personable part of the body. In cultures all over the word, a widow touches the face of her late husband right before he is put into the ground. And in oral sex, she uses her individual identity for the pleasure of the generic male genitalia. The woman is on her knees kneeling before the man. She is doing the work, “servicing” him, as we call it. He does nothing and just smiles. Whether this is an action of degradation or selfless love, the reader can make that judgment. But whichever you decide, you can’t tell me that being a housewife was more degrading towards a woman than being the blow job queen of her high school.

Steve Sailer had a very insightful article at UNZ following the UVA hoax:

[…] Recently, I was watching for the first time the musical Grease about 1950s teens, with its talented cast of thirtysomething high school students. In the Mulholland Drive makeout scene, Stockard Channing (age 34) plays the school’s Fast Girl (presumably Channing is fast because she can hear her biological clock ticking).

My impression from the movie is that the Fast Girl is portrayed as considering a hierarchy of activities to do with her new boyfriend in the back seat of his new car that are limited to A) kissing; B) “heavy petting;” C) vaginal sex with a condom; D) vaginal sex without a condom.

When the lad’s condom disintegrates as he removes it from his wallet for the first time since he placed it there in 7th grade, she says “Aw, what the hell” and decides to take her chances with pregnancy. Potential non-impregnating sex acts known to, say, 18th Century French aristocrats aren’t on the (presumably) young couple’s mental map. […]

Okay, American Sexuality…

Despite what I just wrote, I’m not trying to convince you to give up oral sex. My point in all of this is just how much American sexuality has been broadened beyond the norm. Before merely licking another person’s tongue was adventurous, but today sado-masochism is the new edge. And just like French kissing, it seems to be all the rage.

Nobody knows how many people engage in sado-masochism, but the fact that 50 Shades of Grey and its movie have become so popular shows that society has become not just accepting but desiring of the practice. It’s not just normal but embraced. Even if not many people practice it, clearly a lot wish they could.

I wonder how long until protestant pastors begin condoning sado-masochism. People will write to the John Pipers and CARMs of that day asking if it’s permissible to practice sado-masochism in the marriage bed. They’ll respond, “Well, nowhere in the Bible is it forbidden.” God also left out of the Bible’s footnotes his thoughts about a wife strapping on and doing her husband up the ass, but are you going to condone that just because your congregation wants it? Probably.

When did sex become so boring that we have to resort to pain or role-playing? If you can’t have a good time in bed without your partner giving you some new form of masturbation, how did our great-great grandparents ever have enough sex to produce nine children?

People criticize me because I think men should lightly slap their wives in the face when they are being disrespectful, but that’s mere discipline and order. No, the domestic violence that’s all the rage today is two people who (may or may not) love each other causing serious physical pain to get an orgasm.

Lack Of Trust

I remember an episode of House (season 1, episode 20) in which there was a man who would pay a woman to choke him. The woman described it as trust—that there is something so intimate in knowing the person could kill you but won’t. It was kind of a beautiful scene, to be honest, although I still wasn’t convinced. Why do you need something so terrifying to experience trust?

And it is here that one realizes that trust is an emotion. Or if not an emotion, then something similar. And it appears to be a human need, a yearning of the heart.

But we live in a paranoid society. We think every person we run into might be a serial killer or rapist. Wash your hands, or you’ll get sick. Can’t teach gun safety classes in schools, because the kids will shoot the whole place up with no one to stop them. Save sex for marriage, because otherwise you’ll get AIDS.

Above all, I think all of this is just a symptom of a deeper social decay. And in some futuristic alternative universe in which women take pride in their modesty, perhaps this deviancy and glorified masturbation will be put back into the closet. Which brings up an interesting question. If you had to choose between blow jobs or a wife like June Cleaver, which would you pick? Because you might not get both in Red Pill Wonderland.

Read More: Why You Shouldn’t Show Women Chivalry

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