Saturday, 25 April 2020

25th April 2020

I try and stay away from politics as it can be a personal thing, but sometimes things need highlighting.

I'm somewhat puzzled by our American cousins across the pond.  A forward and positive-thinking culture after World War Two that changed much of the world around it - usually for the better, even though it was ultimately for the benefit of the US.  In the UK we bought into the American dream and culture a long time ago, and have often followed and supported America in their international endeavours - and sometimes that 'buy-in' leads us over here down the wrong streets... like wars in the Middle East, for instance.

So I'm a little concerned with how the open and forward thinking USA is treating its sex workers at this difficult moment.  We all know sex work usually has to walk in the shadows of society, yet at the same time we all know it's not going away - ever (it's called the oldest profession for a good reason).  So, according to the decisions in the US, 'sex workers are deliberately excluded on moralistic grounds from the coronavirus $2 trillion bailout bill if their work is judged to be of a “prurient sexual nature”.' A 'prurient sexual nature'?  Look it up - it means all those lovely terms that I use quite often... "salacious, licentious, voyeuristic, lascivious, lecherous, lustful... ohhh, keep talking dirty to me, I'm nearly there...".  Sorry, forgot where I was.  To me that's the good stuff, it's the reason I've done this job for nine years now - the longest I've ever done the same job, in fact.

What about morals, you say?  My morals teach me that spreading some love, having some fun, providing for many what is an important outlet to maintain a healthy mind and body is a good thing, a worthwhile thing... an honourable thing.  Why is it the business of anyone else, anyway?  Consenting adults... who really fucking cares?  Who gets hurt?  Oh, OK, I might have hurt one or two people in my time with whips, nipple-clamps, ball-weights, nettles (you know who you are, my lovelies), etc... but it was never anything the gents didn't want and deserve, hehehe.

Anyway, according the US decision, it's OK the sell guns but not sex.  I know what I'd rather be selling and I know which one is morally correct to be selling.  Let's go back to one of America's greatest social commentators, Lenny Bruce...

"If a titty is pretty, it's dirty but not if it's bloody and maimed."

"What is dirty? And what is clean? Now, if I had to make a choice, man, I would rather my kid watch a stag movie than a clean movie like King of Kings. Why? Because King of Kings is full of killing..."

""Sex" and "obscenity" are not synonymous."

"If something about the human body disgusts you, the fault lies with the manufacturer."

"You can't do anything with anybody's body to make it dirty to me. Six people, eight people, one person - you can do only one thing to make it dirty: kill it. Hiroshima was dirty."

So, from 2012, here's a small selection of the pain-inflicting implements I like to use instead of guns...

Dexi Delite Altrincham Escort

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