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Bedlam in Bellingham

Posted on | May 19, 2022 | Comments Off on Bedlam in Bellingham

Joe Biden got 61% of the vote in Whatcom County, Washington, which probably explains something about how Jenn Mason got elected to the school board in Bellingham. In case you haven’t heard — maybe you’ve been off the Internet all week, I don’t know — Mason is also the owner of Wink Wink, a “sex shop” in Bellingham. For some unfathomable reason, every good-sized town in America has one of these “sex shops,” selling vibrators, lubricants, lingerie and other such merchandise, despite the fact that all this sort of stuff can now be ordered via Amazon or other online vendors. Excuse me if I seem a bit vanilla or even prudish in this regard. While I was quite the wild man in my youth, three decades of marriage have perhaps tamed my libido somewhat. On the other hand, I was never into the whole whips-and-chains BDSM role-playing thing to which “sex shops” like Wink Wink seem to cater.

While it’s a free country and people can do what they wish in the privacy of their own homes, what kind of weirdos get off on pain and humiliation? The Lincoln Project? But I digress . . .

Mason’s shop offers instruction in classes with titles like “The Fine Art of Fellatio,” “Sex Toys 101,” and “Feeling Myself: Self-Pleasure Pointers.” Who attends these seminars? Who really needs this instruction? If you can’t figure it out on your own — perhaps your technique is not quite a “fine art” — do you imagine the answers are to be found in a class taught by a sociology major from Western Washington University? Do we have any testimonials to Mason’s sexual prowess? Did all the frat boys at WWU praise Mason for her mastery of “The Fine Art”?

None of this would have come to my attention, were it not for the fact that school board member Mason decided to invite students to her shop!

Why is Jenn Mason not under arrest on felony charges?

Imagine if some random stranger, lurking in an Internet chat room, invited your child to a dildo shop to talk about sex. You’d call the cops and have the creep arrested. But through the rainbow magic of LGBTQ “inclusion” — a phrase that functions to deflect all criticism in a place where Joe Biden got 61% of the vote — this “celebration” of “queer youth” apparently didn’t raise any eyebrows in Bellingham.

Where is Anita Bryant now that we really need her?

(Hat-tip: Ed Driscoll at Instapundit.)



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