In compiling the videos for the previous post, I ended up finding and watching a news special on pornography, which not only supported certain views I have on this genre, but put out some astonishing information i never knew. Most of us believe that porn is some underground phenomena watched by creepy men, who lack a balanced sense of relating to women….and male teen agers who are still discovering their sexuality. The first time I heard a feminist described porn as not being about sex, but about committing acts of violence against women, I didn’t overstand this, due to my youth and lack of experience. As a child growing up in Jamaica, I had witnessed first hand sexism and anti-female activities by men AND women, who themselves suffered and existed in Stockholm syndrome like world. I remember one particular experience that happened when I was around 12-13, that stayed with me even to this day at 52 year old. I watched a bus driver grope a little girl around my age, because she had the misfortune to be up near the front dressed in “hot” pants. The mother fucker wanted to know “why her pussy was so fat”… and proceeded to grab her around the crotch area. I was equal parts shocked, appalled and paralyzed, because as an adolescent in that time and in that place, my real world experience, was regulated to bawdy jingo’s in school or hearing grown ass men and teen agers spew their version of men-women relationship. So even though intellectually and spiritually i viewed this bus driver’s brief act of violence as wrong, I was at a loss as to what to do or say. And while I was not able to articulate certain views based on my limited knowledge, I am glad that emotionally I always knew something was wrong. Being in that state is the first step to growing holistically as a man and a hue-man being.
Many scholars from the Afrikan diasporic and continental societies have documented and explained how in Afrikan culture, the women occupy a place of respect and honor in our society. Dr. Phil Valentine has lectured on the divine energy of the feminine and how the masculine needed to protect that energy in order to have a wholesome existence. While we have fallen from that position in recent centuries, it was the invasion of foreigners into our society that started the Afrikan man and women on the road towards conflict, disrespect and unwholesomeness we currently experience today.Many other cultures have had their share of descent in to chaos as well, through violence against women. For instance the Chinese culture and their binding of the wealthy females feet. However no other culture exemplifies the violence against the feminine energy and females in general..than Yurugu culture! The Spartans, Macedonians, Athenians and all the other feudal states, recently re-written, by revisionist his-storians, as Greek culture…were Yurugu’s first celebrated society and culture that made violence against women cool and hip. For those not up on the Greek narrative, there are several definitions relating to this thing called love, that are being used indiscriminately to explain away modern man’s misguided views on the feminine, sexuality and violence.
Agápe means love in a “spiritual” sense. In the term s’agapo (Σ’αγαπώ), which means “I love you” in Ancient Greek, it often refers to a general affection or deeper sense of “true unconditional love” rather than the attraction suggested by “eros.” This love is selfless; it gives and expects nothing in return. Agape is used in the biblical passage known as the “love chapter,” 1 Corinthians 13, and is described there and throughout the New Testament as sacrificial and spiritual love. Whether the love given is returned or not, the person continues to love (even without any self-benefit). Agape is also used in ancient texts to denote feelings for one’s children and the feelings for a spouse, and it was also used to refer to a love feast. It can also be described as the feeling of being content or holding one in high regard. Agape is used by Christians to express the unconditional love of God.
Éros, from which the term erotica comes from… is “physical” passionate love, with sensual desire and longing. Romantic, pure emotion without the balance of logic. “Love at first sight”. The Modern Greek word “erotas” means “intimate love;” however, eros does not have to be sexual in nature. Eros can be interpreted as a love for someone whom you love more than the philia, love of friendship. It can also apply to dating relationships as well as marriage. Plato refined his own definition: Although eros is initially felt for a person, with contemplation it becomes an appreciation of the beauty within that person, or even becomes appreciation of beauty itself. Plato does not talk of physical attraction as a necessary part of love, hence the use of the word platonic to mean, “without physical attraction.” In the Symposium, the most famous ancient Greek work on the subject, Plato has Socrates argue that eros helps the soul recall knowledge of beauty, and contributes to an understanding of spiritual truth, the ideal “Form” of youthful beauty that leads us humans to feel erotic desire – thus suggesting that even that sensually based love aspires to the non-corporeal, spiritual plane of existence; that is, finding its truth, just like finding any truth, leads to transcendence. Lovers and philosophers are all inspired to seek truth through the means of eros.
Philia which is the basis for the current ideology of pedophilia, zoophilia, necrophilia…. is “mental” love. It means affectionate regard or friendship in both ancient and modern Greek. This type of love has give and take. It is a dispassionate virtuous love, a concept developed by Aristotle. It includes loyalty to friends, family, and community, and requires virtue, equality and familiarity. In ancient texts, philos denoted a general type of love, used for love between family, between friends, a desire or enjoyment of an activity, as well as between lovers.
Storge means “affection” in ancient and modern Greek. It is natural affection, like that felt by parents for offspring. Rarely used in ancient works, and then almost exclusively as a descriptor of relationships within the family. It is also known to express mere acceptance or putting up with situations, as in “loving” the tyrant.
If one follows the white rabbit bouncing the ball down the rabbit hole, one can ascertain that in Greek culture, it is common to use pillia as eros to achieve agape. This ideology is spread all over their narrative, from the social imperative that women are seeing as breeders or bartering tools in a union between wealthy families or states, to the Spartan warrior culture, where the warrior male’s sperm..daddy’s milk…. is said to be so divine, that many families give up their sons to be some cum receptacle for warriors returning from wars, so that they too can…. ingest….divine warrior spirit and courage and become warriors in their own right! Also in Greek culture, the highest form of Agape is the one between a male adult and a male child or adolescent. This most evident in the story of Zeus and Ganymede, a male child he had kidnapped and taken to Mount Olympus to be his boy toy and servant. But Ganymede was not the only victim of rape by the Icon of Greek literature and culture. There was also Europa, Io, Semele, Callisto and Leto..all females and all rape victims.
During the Ice age, through to the Roman empire, the rise and march of the Brutish Empire, women have been both elevated in European culture AND torn down, in a schizophrenic stage play that is still occurring today. Despite what feminist bitch about, European females have had instances where they were not as discriminated against, as is popularly claimed….. if they had wealth and power. In Europe everybody poor was discriminated against. However, in that same schizophrenic state, a female was a commodity where in SOME circles the savaging, rape and murder of females was common. When French nobleman Donatien-Alphonse-François, Comte de Sade, otherwise known as the Marquis de Sade, whose perverse sexual preferences and erotic writings gave rise to the term sadism and masochism, came on the scene, the violence against women, changed to become more ritualistic, erotic and celebrated as an art form. His best-known work is the novel Justine (1791), which exemplifies this cats deprived outlook on male-female relationship. However up until the 1950’s pornography and ritualistic violence against females was not as systematical as one would think, due to the influence of reLIEgion in Europe and European influenced colonies around the world. In 1956 a closeted homosexual and pedophile by the name of Albert Kinsey came on the scene and blew the lid off the previously simmering sexual inhibitions of Western society with his Kinsey Reports.
Kinsey is widely regarded as the first major figure in American sexology; his research is cited as having “paved” the way for a deeper exploration into sexuality among sexologists and the general public, and as having “liberated female sexuality” For example, Kinsey’s work disputed the notions that women generally are not sexual and that female orgasms experienced vaginally are superior to clitoral orgasms. He initially became interested in different forms of sexual practices in 1933, after discussing the topic extensively with a colleague, Robert Kroc. During this time, he developed a scale measuring sexual orientation, now known as the Kinsey scale, which ranges from 0 to 6, where 0 is exclusively heterosexual and 6 is exclusively homosexual; a rating of X for “no socio-sexual contacts or reactions” was later added.
In 1935, Kinsey delivered a lecture to a faculty discussion group at Indiana University, his first public discussion of the topic, wherein he attacked the “widespread ignorance of sexual structure and physiology” and promoted his view that “delayed marriage” (that is, delayed sexual experience) was psychologically harmful. Kinsey obtained research funding from the Rockefeller Foundation, which enabled him to further study human sexual behavior. He published Sexual Behavior in the Human Male in 1948, followed in 1953 by Sexual Behavior in the Human Female, both of which reached the top of the bestseller lists and turned Kinsey into a celebrity. These publications later became known as the Kinsey Reports. Articles about him appeared in magazines such as Time, Life, Look, and McCall’s. The Kinsey Reports, which led to a storm of controversy, are regarded by many as a precursor to the sexual revolution of the 1960s and 1970s. Kinsey’s research went beyond theory and interview to include observation of and participation in sexual activity, sometimes involving co-workers. The data published in the Kinsey Reports as his Sexual Behavior books is controversial in the scientific and psychiatric communities due to the low amount of research that was done and Kinsey’s decision to sexually experiment with volunteers or volun-told, who may not have been representative of the general population. Many of the volun-told were babies and children, who were masturbated by this pervert to see if they too could et sexually aroused. Kinsey justified this sexual experimentation as being necessary to gain the confidence of his research subjects. He encouraged his staff to do likewise, and to engage in a wide range of sexual activity, to the extent that they felt comfortable; he argued that this would help his interviewers understand the participant’s responses. Kinsey filmed sexual acts which included co-workers in the attic of his home as part of his research;Biographer Jonathan Gathorne-Hardy explains that this was done to ensure the films’ secrecy, which would have caused a scandal had it become public knowledge. James H. Jones, author of Alfred C. Kinsey: A Public/Private Life, and British psychiatrist Theodore Dalrymple, amongst others, have speculated that Kinsey was driven by his own sexual needs. Kinsey collected sexual material from around the world, which brought him to the attention of U.S. Customs when they seized some pornographic films in 1956; he died before this matter was resolved legally.
Kinsey wrote about pre-adolescent orgasms using data in tables 30 to 34 of the male volume, which report observations of orgasms in over three-hundred children between the ages of five months and fourteen years. The majority..around 2/3,were male children. This information was said to have come from adults’ childhood memories, or from parent or teacher observation. Kinsey said he also interviewed nine men who had sexual experiences with children, and who told him about the children’s responses and reactions. Little attention was paid to this part of Kinsey’s research at the time, but where Kinsey had gained this information began to be questioned nearly 40 years later. It was later revealed that Kinsey used data from a single pedophile and presented it as being from various sources. Kinsey had seen the need for participant confidentiality and anonymity as necessary to gain “honest answers on such taboo subjects”. The Kinsey Institute wrote that the data on children in tables 31–34 came from one man’s journal (started in 1917) and that the events concerned predated the Kinsey Reports.
Jones wrote that Kinsey’s sexual activity influenced his work, that he over-represented prisoners and prostitutes, classified some single people as “married”and that he included a disproportionate number of homosexual men, which may have distorted his studies. Really? May? While he has been criticized for omitting African-Americans from his research,his report on the human male includes numerous references to African American Participants. Historian Vern Bullough explains that the data was later reinterpreted, excluding prisoners and data derived from an exclusively gay sample, and the results indicate that it does not appear to have skewed the data. Kinsey may have over-represented homosexuals, but Bullough considers that this may have been because homosexual behavior was stigmatized and needed to be better understood.
Kinsey had a huge influence on Hugh Hefner, the publisher of the playboy magazine empire. The playboy phenomena ushered in the modern obsession with pornography, obsessive sexuality and the rampant acts of violence and degradation of women, children and even animals. Pornography is not sex, but uses the avenues of sex to establish, perpetuate and ritualize violence against certain vulnerable members of society. The sad part is that after the Kinsey report and because of the advance of feminism and the sexual revolution, many females feel that engaging in pornography is being empowered. Yet there is nothing empowering about being spat on, slapped, choked, pissed on, ejaculated on, in, and all over…including many other numerous disgusting acts on women. It sad to read that the fastest rising audience of porn are not teenage boys but females. It is sad to hear a grown ass woman tell me…a woman who counsels homeless youth…that when she divorced her husband, they had a fight over whose porn tapes belong to who. The same woman who would end up watching porn tapes with her best female buddies. incidentally, this female is of South Asian extraction who grew up in Trinidad and all of her associates including her ex-husband and friends are knee-grows. Which shows how being under yurugu influence has corrupted the Afrikan male-female’s relationship and what we consider art form. Still, until women are not objectified, their sexuality commodified, we in this society or any society will not have balance or wholesomeness, necessary for spiritual enlightenment.