The Other McCain

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A. Because She’s a Slut

Posted on | December 15, 2011 | 63 Comments

Q. Why does a woman get the “Brazilian wax”?

Full pubic hair removal, according to Herbenick’s studies, is most common among sexually active women . . . who are not in monogamous relationships.

Like pierced bellybuttons and tattoos, this is a trend popular with hussies, harlots, trollops, tramps, vamps, floozies and whores.

That article was linked by Professor Glenn Reynolds, who can’t be judgmental like that, because it would probably be a civil rights violation or something. He’d have the entire UT Womyn’s Studies Department picketing his office if he dared express disapprobation of  “sexually active women . . . who are not in monogamous relationships.”

And they don’t call ’em “Volunteers” for nothing. IYKWIMAITYD.

The fine Southeastern Conference tradition of trash-talking one’s football opponents — 37-6, Roll Tide! — certainly extends to the opponent’s womenfolk. For example, everybody in Tuscaloosa knows why Auburn installed artificial turf at Jordan-Hare Stadium: To prevent the homecoming queen from grazing.

By similar token, while I don’t want to say that all Tennessee coeds are wantonly promiscuous, there are certain words you can’t spell without “UT,” among them “slut” and “put out.”

Do Tennessee fans take umbrage at such ribald putdowns? Of course they do — and that’s exactly my point. If promiscuity did not inspire an instinctive moral horror, then there would be no offense in saying that UT coeds put out like Pez dispensers.

Contrary to feminist dogma, the stigma attached to “sexually active women . . . who are not in monogamous relationships” isn’t a learned response inculcated by The Patriarchy, but rather a reflection of our innate sense that such behavior is contrary to the social good.

Our basic sense of right and wrong can be ignored or suppressed — evil can and is “normalized” by our popular culture — but the moral sense can never be entirely eradicated. However much society tries to pretend that Good and Evil are not valid categories, our moral sense will find expression in some way.

The feminist campaign against “slut-shaming” is thus doomed to failure, because being a slut will always be a shameful thing, no matter how strenuously the political correctoids try to prevent us from saying so.

And if any feminist is offended by my saying so — good. You deserve to offended and often, and by someone who knows how.

UPDATE: Roxeanne De Luca asks the key question:

 Young women of the world: have you all gone mental?

Indeed. The insecurities on display — “Will the guy who picks me up in a bar be disgusted if I my nether regions are not ‘well-groomed’?” — are a perfect illustration of how sexual “liberation” has resulted in a new slavery: Women now groan under the yoke of sexual expectations created by pornographers.

Comments

  • Dcmick

    Hey, I’m not the one that broached the subject; I merely commented upon it.

  • Wild Bill

    You might want to run that BS  past a few of us Devil Dogs before telling such a lie. I hate it when non-Marines make up crap about us. 

  • Jackman

    Women have last names???!?

  • http://thepagantemple.blogspot.com/ ThePaganTemple

    It’s unfortunate your average French woman can’t seem to follow the admirable example of your average French prostitute.

  • http://thepagantemple.blogspot.com/ ThePaganTemple

    Winner and champion.

  • http://nicholas-whatthe.blogspot.com/ nicholas

    Stace was getting a lot of play in his college days?  I saw the speedo shot, Joy.  I’m not thinking there was a lot of mileage to be had in that whole look.  I mean, maybe.. I don’t know, I’m just saying moving around at the speed of light is not the same thing as actually screwing in the light bulb and flipping the damn switch.

  • http://nicholas-whatthe.blogspot.com/ nicholas

    By the way, has Stace not been prone to make one ponder what three foods we never should eat?  Has he not turned our thoughts to what might be gained by mutually beneficial relationships?  I think he has.  He may talk a big game about bikini waxing and what have you, but it would carry a little more weight if the babes he has draped all over the place around here weren’t falling out of their clothes, what precious little they’re allowed to have.

  • http://pointofagun.blogspot.com/ Dave C

    I get creeped out by it. Like I’m supposed to be admiring what appears to be underaged female flesh.

    I’m glad I’m not the only who feels this way.

  • http://nicholas-whatthe.blogspot.com/ nicholas

    And if any feminist is offended by my saying so — good. You deserve to offended and often, and by someone who knows how.
    For all the hullababloo here, that one line just killed me!

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  • Dommanno

    Bob, it’s just U + Ur Hand tonight, tomorrow night, and every night afterward.

    Try laying off the booze, man.