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Welcome, fans and followers, to the new home of the BelchBlog. Sadly TV.com is discontinuing its user blog service; however, change is (groan) an inevitable part of life...and I have been looking to do something different with the old blog anyhow. I plan to be a better blogger--more frequent updates, more content, new location, same old me. Never fear; my pearls of wisdom have not been lost. Here's a link to The BelchBlog Archive. I apologize that it's such a mess. Maybe, if I have the time and patience, one day I'll sort it into something more readable.
But we must move on. Congratulate me, for I am 37 years old today. And in my nearly twoscore years of life one thing I have observed, with a mix of fear and disdain, is the evolution--or perhaps mutation--or the modern American feminist movement. I have noticed that angry women seem to be more the norm than the exception.
Recently Time Magazine celebrated motherhood with this eye-opening cover.
Some cried this was bordering on ponography. My first thought was, "There's no way that kid got that big breast-feeding. Those little tiny tits don't look like they have enough milk in them to keep an anemic kitten alive."
Of course I had to do my own version of the cover for The Belch Dimension.
So feminism celebrates motherhood now? I thought they decried pregnacy as a life-sucking cancer and marriage as slavery for women. Pick one, ladies; you can't have it both ways.
And then there's the book 50 Shades of Grey. It's an erotic novel celebrating degredation, bondage, rape, sadomachism, and basically the physical and emotional abuse of women. And it's marketed as "romantic" reading. Basically, it's everything feminism hates, being read and lauded by feminists. Hel, it's even replacing the BIble in some hotel rooms.
So what is the deal? Is the mustache brigade doing a one-eighty on everything it believes in? Has it finally admitted that its whole movement has dispensed with equal rights? Forget suffrage, forget equal pay for equal work--they now champion casual, dirty, stinking monkey sex and whipping their nips out in public. I say, good f***ing deal if you can get it.
Of course this is nothing new. I have known since I entered the dating arena as a young, virile buck some 21 years ago that the deck is stacked more in the woman's favor. I mean, think about it. When girls call up random men on the phone for sex, it's fun and cute and empowering. If a guy were to phone up a strange girl to spank one off, he would be considered a disgusting pervert and likely be arrested as a sex offender. If a girl runs out on a man for talking about his feelings, she is congratulated by her "sisters" for dumping that weak chump. if a man pulled that stunt with a woman, he would be looked at as a selfish, uncaring pig. Why is this?
I also note that the left is all for it, as long as you meet their arbitrary criteria for worth and they approve of who you wish to do it with. You needn't apply if you're too old, too physically unappealing, or don't happen to think a certain way. Theirs is a sneering elitist world of ageism and superficiality, ruled by selective outrage, pseudomoralistic sniffing, and raging hypocricy--in short, the very culture celebrated by 50 Shades and its audience of bored housewives and aging Lotharios reliving their faded glory days with this masturbatory piece of claptrap.
Of course the wild girls I knew two decades ago, who liked nothing better than sex without boundaries, now have daughters of their own. They see their teenage girls embracing the same attitudes and bitterly regret the wild seeds they sowed in their callow, ignorant youth. A few of these second-generation sluts may well find their way to the same men their mothers once enjoyed the company of--maybe a little snow on the shingles now, a few extra folds of flab around the midsection, but still that same old fire burning in the old furnace.
I say, good f***ing deal if you can get it.
Next blog: the long-awaited part one of four in my "Indian Outreach" proposal. Adios for this week.
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