Morrissey Central "Shere Hite" (October 1, 2020)

Shere Hite

1942 - 2020

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This was the excellent obit, by Julie Bindel, another woman threatened with T**F term Etc, in "The Guardian" ~

https://www.theguardian.com/society/2020/sep/15/shere-hite-obituary

To wit: "Her findings were a threat to countless men because Shere had exposed the truth that women could have orgasms without them "

Strange indeed. One would assume that even in the 70s people knew about the existence of vibrators or stories like the one about Cleopatra who sort of invented the first vibrator 2000 years ago when filling a papyrus bag with bees for her own pleasure.

On the other hand, of course, widely practised co-education is a relatively recent development, so most men were able to encounter women sexually only later in life, and then they would always remain a mystery for them.

But honestly, I doubt that Shere "exposed the truth" about women's independent orgasm.

Did Morrissey, btw, attend a boys school?
 
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Nerak

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Found a fabulous article in a Canadian magazine about the FIGHT for men's rights.

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& Fred was still at it 9 years ago! With SCIENCE.

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Nerak

Reverse Ferret
Strange indeed. One would assume that even in the 70s people knew about the existence of vibrators or stories like the one about Cleopatra who sort of invented the first vibrator 2000 years ago when filling a papyrus bag with bees for her own pleasure.

On the other hand, of course, widely practised co-education is a relatively recent development, so most men were able to encounter women sexually only later in life, and then they would always remain a mystery for them.

But honestly, I doubt that Shere "exposed the truth" about women's independent orgasm.

Did Morrissey, btw, attend a boys' school?

Morrissey did attend an all boys school. And wasn't very happy about it.
 

joe frady

Vile Refusenik
Strange indeed. One would assume that even in the 70s people knew about the existence of vibrators or stories like the one about Cleopatra who sort of invented the first vibrator 2000 years ago when filling a papyrus bag with bees for her own pleasure.

On the other hand, of course, widely practised co-education is a relatively recent development, so most men were able to encounter women sexually only later in life, and then they would always remain a mystery for them.

But honestly, I doubt that Shere "exposed the truth" about women's independent orgasm.

Did Morrissey, btw, attend a boys' school?

If í remember right from "Autobiography" he got a place at Stretford Zoo.

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joe frady

Vile Refusenik

GirlAfraidWillNeverLearn

Nobody's Nothing
Well, to even 'go on' about the cl***ris, in the current climate, at the end of our fantastic Trans rainbow, is increasingly questionable, as some people seem to think it must be irrelevant.

í haven't had the village newsletter on this topic, but í am quite sure that Hite, were she alive and kicking against the pricks, would be abused with the pathetic 'TERF' terminology, for her clit work as..well..but..ah..that's EXCLUSIONARY. Life is exclusionary. Suck it up and get on with it.

Even the fact that her passing appears to have garnered little notice is a sign of our times.

This was the excellent obit, by Julie Bindel, another woman threatened with T**F term Etc, in "The Guardian" ~

https://www.theguardian.com/society/2020/sep/15/shere-hite-obituary

To wit: "Her findings were a threat to countless men because Shere had exposed the truth that women could have orgasms without them "

It threatens yet, for a hole new world.

"On the day when your biology / Catches up with your mentality"...

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Calling people names is never beneficial to any discussion. Neither is spreading disinformation and reducing complex issues to catchphrases. This is all too often the form modern "discourse" takes though.

In reality it is quite possible to acknowledge a person's work in one field and to agree with them on certain topics while fundamentally disagreeing with them on others. In fact, isn't it more natural and common to disagree with someone on something than to agree with anyone on absolutely everything? Isn't that part of what makes us individuals?

Twitter society/cancel culture/modern journalism doesn't allow us the luxury of a simple "disagreement" though. One's point of view equals one's character, for better or worse. Because the simplistic reduction of a complex stance is easier to convey and because feuds and drama make better headlines and generate more traffic than lengthy factual debates. And because stereotypes (the "bigot", the "racist", the "SJW", the "woke activist") are easier to handle than actual people.

The way public discussions are led these days mostly disregards people's everyday real life experiences and whoever yells the loudest usually wins the argument.

So, uhm, f*** the current climate.
 

joe frady

Vile Refusenik
Calling people names is never beneficial to any discussion. Neither is spreading disinformation and reducing complex issues to catchphrases. This is all too often the form modern "discourse" takes though.

In reality it is quite possible to acknowledge a person's work in one field and to agree with them on certain topics while fundamentally disagreeing with them on others. In fact, isn't it more natural and common to disagree with someone on something than to agree with anyone on absolutely everything? Isn't that part of what makes us individuals?

Twitter society/cancel culture/modern journalism doesn't allow us the luxury of a simple "disagreement" though. One's point of view equals one's character, for better or worse. Because the simplistic reduction of a complex stance is easier to convey and because feuds and drama make better headlines and generate more traffic than lengthy factual debates. And because stereotypes (the "bigot", the "racist", the "SJW", the "woke activist") are easier to handle than actual people.

The way public discussions are led these days mostly disregards people's everyday real life experiences and whoever yells the loudest usually wins the argument.

So, uhm, f*** the current climate.

Would you sue if í put this on a T-shirt?

And the rest on a backprint?

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I have wondered for some time now, if there is a link between the death of a parent and some men suddenly experiencing a surge of sexual energy and the wish to procreate endlessly, which in some cases can even lead to sex addiction.

Shere Hite brought this question up again.

First time I thought about it was in 1999 when Boris Becker's father died and a whole train of "blows of fate" happened afterwards:

April '99, Karl-Heinz died.
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=>Retirement in June 99
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Elias Balthasar, Sept. 99
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=> Anna Ermakova, March 2000
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I remember some similar stories about men in mourning from my circle of acquaintances.
 

Nerak

Reverse Ferret
I have wondered for some time now, if there is a link between the death of a parent and some men suddenly experiencing a surge of sexual energy and the wish to procreate endlessly, which in some cases can even lead to sex addiction.

Shere Hite brought this question up again.

First time I thought about it was in 1999 when Boris Becker's father died and a whole train of "blows of fate" happened afterwards:

April '99, Karl-Heinz died.
View attachment 59578 =>Retirement in June 99 View attachment 59579 =>

Elias Balthasar, Sept. 99 View attachment 59580 => Anna Ermakova, March 2000 View attachment 59581 ....

I remember some similar stories about men in mourning from my circle of acquaintances.

Are we to expect the patter of tiny Morrisseys?

One is trouble enough. 🙃
 
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carlislebaz

Guest
I have wondered for some time now, if there is a link between the death of a parent and some men suddenly experiencing a surge of sexual energy and the wish to procreate endlessly, which in some cases can even lead to sex addiction.

Shere Hite brought this question up again.

First time I thought about it was in 1999 when Boris Becker's father died and a whole train of "blows of fate" happened afterwards:

April '99, Karl-Heinz died.
View attachment 59578 =>Retirement in June 99 View attachment 59579 =>

Elias Balthasar, Sept. 99 View attachment 59580 => Anna Ermakova, March 2000 View attachment 59581 ....

I remember some similar stories about men in mourning from my circle of acquaintances.
You never know in life, morrissey could end up being Katie price’s fourth husband..... Now there’s a thought ...
 
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Lujissey TIME IS now

Guest
Morrissey and women.......🙄🙄😔😔
No se que es lo que realmente piensa de ellas!
 
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Lujissey TIME IS now

Guest
Me estas acosando loco de mierda
Que te esta pasando en tu vida porque te metes conmigo ?
Hablas de mi como si Morrissey me conociera y me odiara,el no sabe de mi existencia ni de la tuya no le importa ninguna persona de aqui ,el osea Mr Morrissey odia el sitio el odia el Solo
 
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Moz Fan

Guest
Calling people names is never beneficial to any discussion. Neither is spreading disinformation and reducing complex issues to catchphrases. This is all too often the form modern "discourse" takes though.

In reality it is quite possible to acknowledge a person's work in one field and to agree with them on certain topics while fundamentally disagreeing with them on others. In fact, isn't it more natural and common to disagree with someone on something than to agree with anyone on absolutely everything? Isn't that part of what makes us individuals?

Twitter society/cancel culture/modern journalism doesn't allow us the luxury of a simple "disagreement" though. One's point of view equals one's character, for better or worse. Because the simplistic reduction of a complex stance is easier to convey and because feuds and drama make better headlines and generate more traffic than lengthy factual debates. And because stereotypes (the "bigot", the "racist", the "SJW", the "woke activist") are easier to handle than actual people.

The way public discussions are led these days mostly disregards people's everyday real life experiences and whoever yells the loudest usually wins the argument.

So, uhm, f*** the current climate.
Agree.

And, as well as any other product, the idiotic culture has become a commodity, is marketed all over the world, and keeps trendind... mind you.

Help!
 

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