Category Archives: Sex

Watching The English By Kate Fox

Here are some highlights: * ‘How’s the Englishness book going? What chapter are you working on?’ ‘The one about sex.’ ‘So, that’ll be twenty blank pages, then?’ THE KNEE-JERK HUMOUR RULE I’ve lost count of the number of times I … Continue reading

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Steve Sailer: Why Are Liberal Women More Likely to Report They’ve Been Sexually Harassed?

Zach Goldberg writes: “…the more one finds rape sexually appealing, the more likely one is to report an experience of workplace sexual harassment. Alcohol consumption and having a job where one is often alone with others is also somewhat predictive, … Continue reading

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‘I remember thinking his waning vitality could be used to my advantage’

From The Guardian: “As a 17-year-old student about to go to college, Ottessa Moshfegh approached a famous male writer for advice. He was willing to give it – in exchange for veneration… and sex.” I first became aware during the … Continue reading

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Mommy Bloggers, #MeToo, & The Incel Threat

* An Open Letter to John Brennan * NYT: ‘A French Novelist Imagined Sexual Dystopia. Now It’s Arrived.’ * From People magazine: Author Kelly Oxford, Who Started #NotOkay, Claims Her Ex-Husband Once Threw a Phone at Her Head Kelly Oxford … Continue reading

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NYT: ‘A French Novelist Imagined Sexual Dystopia. Now It’s Arrived.’

Adam Kirsch writes for the New York Times: The sexual revolution of the 1960s, widely seen as a liberation movement, is better understood as the intrusion of capitalist values into the previously sacrosanct realm of intimate life. “Just like unrestrained … Continue reading

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