The New York Times Magazine covers sex publications, marking the eighteenth time in as many years Bwog has read about H-Bomb; interestingly, the aforementioned Harvard publication was granted college funding, unlike, say, Columbia’s Outlet.
No mention of sex pieces in non-sexual college publications? Following in the footsteps of our favorite “explicitly, absolutely, without a doubt straight woman,” today’s Spec sex column, “Embracing Your Inner Slut,” begins, “A few weeks ago I arrived home to find one of my roommates involved in an orgy.”
And that’s all the news that’s not fit for print.
@Man I thought that column was terrible. Aside from the total rejection of even the basic idea of a relationship (which I’m okay with, I mean, do whatever you want), what the hell was that supposed to be?
Man, I dunno… I can’t even fully describe why I’m angry, but that was so irritating to read. Maybe it’s because he said “cha-cha.”
@alright.. Yes Bwog needs to get over Miriam. But why is it weird for a guy to call himself a slut? Isn’t it kind of a stupid double standard that when girls have lots of sex they are “sluts” and when guys do it they are “players”? I know plenty of man-whores.
@why? the reason is because generally the girl has a more passive role and just allows things to happen to her, but the dude has to actively go after lots of girls. that’s generally the way it works, not always though. but often enough that it negatively affects me.
@agreed that social paradigm sucks ass.
@stop it you guys are obsessed with miriam. STOP. IT IS OVER.
@Alright 1. It is ridiculous for a guy to call himself a slut (apropos the spectator article).
2. It is ridiculous for someone to call themself a slut when they are redefining the term for their own purposes.
3. The fact that this guy claims to have led an epicurean lifestyle makes me want to punch him in the face, although I’m sure that would qualify as a hate crime.
@rjt Not sure if this is what you meant by #3, but he definitely misused the term. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Epicureanism