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Southeast Asia Sexist Tradition, Bunch of male student naked on campus

When i was young i read twice about a news where there’s a festival on Phillipines, where a bunch or group of men student on college campus naked together , covered their face with masked and march around the campus and the female student can free to watch it even their brought a camera to take a photos of a bunch of male naked student and the worse is it was LEGAL and held everyear.

Well i know pretty much about their culture, this is not like Europe this is country where majority of people are religious and dislike when a female a women sexy at public.

So THE REVERSE SITUATION like THIS will never ever HAPPENED!! Not atleast they still used bikini, Not atleast their are in their neighbour country-which most are Muslim.

Yes it’s ONLY SEXIST WHEN MEN DO IT !

If men see female with bikini on Southeast Asia campus it will count as harrasment to women. Feminist will loose their shit “oh this is degrading women”, everybody will get outrage.

But if situation reverse a women see a male student even naked publicly on campus like in this true news “YOU GO GIRLS”.

That’s why i can’t take seriously an Asia feminist logic !!!
I JUST CAN’T!
This is INJUSTICE

Atleast if women are allowed we men are allowed too!
Or both of them are prohibit…
We can’t have double standard like this its wrong and sexist…..

And i hope there’s a stranger that read this agree with me!

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Support Equality in Porn

I just made a small experiment, i choosed randomly about 35 videos of oral sex from one porn website and i seperated it into 3 main group : blowjob only, Cunnilingus only and draw (like 69), so the result were:

blowjob only : 21
cunnilingus only : 8 by MEN not lesbi
fair game : 6

And i calculated it to a percent and the result is blowjob scene get the highest percent 60%, cunnlingus by men 22,8%, draw 17,1%. The ratio between cunnlingus and blowjob are 1:2,6.

From my small experiment i found the different between Bj and Cunni (not lesbi) where high enough don’t you think this is sexist? I mean sure some people will says it’s nature or it can’t be 100% equal, okay but social construct affect too the gender role in sex & i still don’t think if the different is high enough (where bj 60% and cunni 22,8%)are equal that’s still sexist, how can it be fair if only men get oral pleasure, how can it be fair if only women have rights to taste opposite sex’s genitalia and men give out something too. Cunnilingus have great sensation too and it’s not difficult to play “fair game”. If there are bj and cunni in one scene even if can’t be 100% equal i still can accept it than only bj scene that i always saw before…because i’m tired whenever i watch porn it’s always about blowjob fantasy, SUPPORT EQUALITY IN PORN!!!!

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Asia sexist tradition : Sexist Camping (Edited More Good Version)

So this happened when i was young, but i just want to give an example of what i say double standar objectfication. Year ago i went to camping with my academic group. I went there for about 3 days, actually we are having fun there but again i found sexism there which i have already predict can happen and really happened and even worse.

Okey in this camping there were two tend for male and female student. Each both men and women can go to another tend of their opposite sex, fair enough for me. So the case happened at night i just take a bath after activities and went to my male tend and i saw there’s a group of female student on male camp playing and chating which other male which i don’t recognize really well who they are because this camping activities entangle large group of people from my academic, and many other male student in that camp busy with their activities-playing guitar, singing, playing card, eating, chating etc. So suddenly a man – from group where a male and female student combine in male tend, gained an attention, he started to ask the female to closed their eyes because he wants to change his pants, yeah and he did it changed his pant with a female beside him but this is not over, other male – 3 or 5, started to asked the female to continue to closed their eyes because this 3 or 5 men want to change change their pants and underwear too. At first i think this guy are just joking but HELL they really did it 3 or 5 male started to changed his underwear near the female student and make a joke if this women want to see it-penis and ass that really astonished me when this group of guy easily change their underwear and even naked with female friend beside them and other male that saw it just laugh at it like it was something normal.

Now i will explained why this cased really really pissed me off. First this is not a porn star who went for camping this is normal camping still count as public place so if a male student dare to bottomless – not using underwear and even naked beside a female student, for me it’s obscene make it more worsed are other male that see that only cheering and laughing. Second it’s not about whether that female student see male’s bottomless or not but the double standard perception. can you imagine if the situation reverse? No even the reverse situation will never ever happen ! but if it still happen, just imagine If a group of female bottomless in their tend with male student beside it, what happen next can be predicted first other women started to covered that bottomless women & it will labelled either as a female sexual harrasment or degrading women but since it was the men who are naked they think it is something normal and just a prank! Also i repeat in my Asia culture this kind of reverse situation will never ever happen ! female will not do it – changing clothes with a male friend near her, So this is really double standard!
Third to be more specific, female in my culture are sensitive they don’t like showing their bodies to a men, even something that’s actually not obscene are forbid by women like men are the predator. but in reverse situation the male easily and often show their body to women at public even if it already obscene (ex men naked) still tolerated even see as something normal or prank by my society, means society see women use sexy wear as something very taboo and degrading women but in reverse situation even if men already naked are still okey or seen as prank or normal by my fucking society.

Look i have no problem if women don’t want men to see her bodies but i protest to the double standard perception from my asia culture. i really emotional but i can’t suddenly angry at there even i have a my own reason because i will be only looked like a douchebag when i do that or maybe i get a punch too, So i wrote this here on my blog for everyone who read this to know my reason and i hope at least there are men who will become aware of this objecfication double standard. That is all i want to said thanks for reading.

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My Short Conclusion about Muslim Porn

From my experience watching all kind of porn , especially observing Muslim hijab porn i come to conclusion about this type of porn. This is not racist nor other kind of that but this is fact plus my personal opinion. Muslim porn is the most sexist porn that i have ever watched , i don’t say other porn free from sexism but this is number one most sexist sex on my scale. Everytime you open hijab porn 99,99% you will find men nude, women in hijab with complete clothes or at least semi naked , blowjob close up, men cum, END ! and in hijab porn they 99,99% never do cunnilingus-which is my favourite. So this is HIGHHHHHHH double standard you know. The hijab women see and taste men’s vital part until ‘blow out’ and then see and taste again-if you know what i mean. In reverse situation muslim men do nothing only see little sexiness of hijab women, little touch to her to make HIM horny (you see the more women hidden their body make men more horny when it come to show it so hijab is good for making men more horny). For me personally men’s more objectified in this kind of porn because hijabi often & more ‘plays’ with penis than viceversa in sex but the worse is their society claim only women that are always objectified by men. Yeahh so in Muslim mind a men sees women in bikini is degrading women but their women always see and taste ‘bird’ in porn also the only one they did in sex, they never said.

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Pornography from a scientific atheist perspective

I reblogged this from the author William Hamby

The American Humanist Association has made a call for non-believers to weigh in on the topic of pornography. To be sure, it’s a controversial topic. More than a few non-believers feel that pornography is harmful or degrading to women, or that it increases sex related crime. On the other hand, many believe that it is healthy, normal, and even has positive effects on both individual and societal levels.

Thankfully, there is a good bit of hard science at our disposal, and we can examine specific claims both for and against pornography by testing the predictions made by both sides. To begin with, let’s look at the most common claims about the negative impacts of porn:

Porn Leads to Crime

Some people claim that the widespread availability of porn contributes to increased sex crimes such as rape and sexual assault. This claim has been thoroughly tested and completely debunked. The actual data is crystal clear. In every society studied, increased availability of porn either coincided with a decrease in sex crimes or had no effect. (Diamond 2009) Even more challenging to the anti-porn position, it has been consistently shown that decreasing access to porn actually increases the rates of rape and sexual assault. (Kimmel and Linders 1996)

The study of convicted criminals is especially powerful. It turns out that rapists are significantly more likely to have been punished as children for looking at porn. (Goldstein and Kant 1973) The fact that most criminals have viewed porn is statistically meaningless since virtually all men have viewed porn, and it has already been well established that porn availability decreases sex crime if it has any effect at all.

To put a firm number on the claim, a 2006 survey found that in the U.S. from the 1970s, when porn was available only in adult theaters or “back room” magazine shops, to the 1990s, when it was available for free on virtually any computer in the country, rapes per capita have dropped more than 85%, with the largest drop occurring in the 20-34 age range. Notably, this is the population which used the internet and porn the most in the same period. (Fahrenthold 2006)

A second study reiterated the finding:

The incidence of rape in the United States has declined 85% in the past 25 years while access to pornography has become freely available to teenagers and adults. The Nixon and Reagan Commissions tried to show that exposure to pornographic materials produced social violence. The reverse may be true: that pornography has reduced social violence (D’Amato, 2006)

Porn is Degrading to Women

While many people are willing to admit that porn doesn’t directly contribute to crimes against women, they insist that it is degrading to women, or that it causes men to devalue women. It’s a very powerful claim with significant support among Muslim, Christian conservatives and liberal feminists alike. The thing is, it doesn’t hold up to the evidence. In fact, it appears that porn usage may actually contribute to increased valuation of women!

In three separate studies combining results from numerous national opinion polls, scientists have found that men who viewed an X-rated porn in the last year actually had better opinions of women and displayed less misogynist attitudes than men who had not viewed a porn. (Padget et al. 1989, Reiss 1986, Reiss 2006)

To put it even more succinctly, a 2006 comprehensive review of current science on the subject found that “there was no detectable relationship of the amount of exposure to pornography and any measure of misogynist attitudes. No researcher or critic has found the opposite, that exposure to pornography – by any definition – has had a cause and effect relationship between exposure to SEM and ill feelings or actions against women. No correlation has even been found between exposure to porn and calloused attitudes toward women.” (Diamond 2009)

To add final closure to the argument, two researchers performed an experiment specifically designed to provoke men to negative, agressive, and violent attitudes towards women and found that even violent porn had no measurable effect. (Fisher and Grenier 1994) Even violent porn’s popularity or pervasiveness is highly suspect. In a study in which men could choose the themes for porn viewing, the overwhelming majority chose sexual situations with women displaying consent, engagement, and pleasure. Only 4% chose violent themes. (Bogaert 1993)

Porn is Exploitative

Opponents of porn often cite the exploitive nature of the porn industry. They suggest that large numbers of women are “forced” into the industry and then remain trapped there as a result of manipulative “pimps” or producers, low wages, or shame.

To begin with, it must be noted that whether critics realize it or not, this is not a criticism of porn. It is a criticism of the industry. Even granting that such exploitation does exist, we must note that there are plenty of degrading and exploitive jobs in America that do not involve sex. Ask anyone who’s been stuck working at a fast food place for fifteen years after dropping out of high school.

In America, it’s highly questionable whether exploitation of female performers exists in any significant measure. In fact, legitimate porn producers pay rather spectacular rates when compared to any other “unskilled” work. Though pay rates vary significantly per scene, from as little as $200 for oral sex to over $2000 for anal sex, there is no debate that women make far more than men. More importantly, many women net well over $100,000 per year — plenty enough money to start a new career with a nice nest egg in reserve. (As reported by porn star Ron Jeremy.) It’s worth asking which is more exploitive, working 40+ hours for minimum wage or working 2-3 hours for $2000 per hour.

As a final observation, we should note that if women in America are indeed being “forced” into porn, it’s not because of the evils of porn. It’s because there are very few jobs other than porn which pay living wages for women with little or no education and bills to pay.

Additional Thoughts

When we examine the topic of porn from the perspective of scientific literature, the evidence is clear: The use of pornography does not lead to increased crime or negative male attitudes towards women. It is not inherently an exploitive industry. There’s good evidence that it actually decreases crime and increases positive attitudes towards women.

Still, there is a discussion to be had regarding women’s attitudes towards their own participation in filming porn. The internet is filled with stories from women with negative experiences in the porn industry, and there are plenty of women who will assert that they could not “lower themselves” to doing that kind of work.

At some point, we must begin asking whether these attitudes are reflections of an inherently harmful or degrading property of filming sex, or whether it might be more a commentary on the general attitude towards women’s sexuality in our society. There is reason to believe that religious — specifically Christian — ideas about women’s sexuality contribute more to the disapproval of making porn than anything about the porn itself. A recent study of a similar profession — prostitution — revealed a startling fact. Women with good education, financial prospects, and no particular reason to “have to” become prostitutes are voluntarily choosing the world’s oldest profession anyway. (LINK) Why would they do this? In a nutshell, more job satisfaction than any of the alternatives.

Furthermore, recent studies demonstrate that people who have left Christianity have experienced a significant increase in sex-positive attitudes, enjoyment of sex, and willingness to experiment with various sexual fantasies, including making porn videos. (LINK) On the other side, there are numerous studies which clearly demonstrate a causal link between Christian sexual values and guilt/shame responses, sexual dysfunction, and reluctance to experiment (LINK)

These observations raise a very pointed question: If the objection to making porn is the idea that it is a “shameful” occupation, and sexual shame is a direct result of Christian sexual values, is it not proper to say that Christianity is at least significantly responsible for our attitude that porn is a shameful occupation for women? More importantly, since Christianity is demonstrably misogynist and sex-negative (LINK) and such attitudes are directly linked to sexual dysfunction, should we not begin with the assumption that their proclamations about porn are highly suspect?

There is certainly more to the porn conversation than the topics addressed here, but the scientific facts demand a high standard of argument from any who would insist on condemning it. If it does not lead to crime, and it actually increases favorable attitudes towards women in men, what is left to criticize? If women are choosing to make porn, are making more than men, and report enjoying their work, whence comes the claim of exploitation? We must at least entertain the idea that all the hooplah over porn as a shameful and bad industry is a reflection of our incorrect Christian moral assumptions, not any demonstrable negative effect discovered by science.

Sources:

Milton Diamond, Pornography, public acceptance and sex related crime: A review, International Journal of Law and Psychiatry, Volume 32, Issue 5, September–October 2009

M.S. Kimmel, A. Linders, Does censorship make a difference: an aggregate empirical analysis of pornography and rape, Journal of Psychology and Human Sexuality, 8 (3) (1996), pp. 1–20

M.J. Goldstein, H.S. Kant, Pornography and sexual deviance, A Report of the Legal and Behavioral Institute, University of California Press, Berkeley (1973)

D.A. Fahrenthold, Rape rate declining in U.S., study finds: But numbers are in dispute and crime often goes unreported, The Washington Post (2006, 18 June)

A. D’Amato, Porn up, rape down, Northwestern Public Law Research Paper No. 913013 (June 23) (2006)

V.R. Padget, J.A. Brislin-Slutz, J.A. Neal, Pornography, erotica, and attitudes toward women: the effects of repeated exposure, The Journal of Sex Research, 26 (1989), pp. 479–491

I.L. Reiss, Journey into Sexuality: An exploratory voyage, Prentice-Hall, Englewood Cliffs, NJ (1986)

I.L. Reiss, An Insider’s view of Sexual Science since Kinsey, Rowman & Littlefield, Lanham, MD (2006)

W.A. Fisher, G. Grenier, Violent pornography, antiwomon thoughts, and antiwoman acts: in search of reliable effects, Journal of Sex Research, 31 (1) (1994)

A.F. Bogaert, The sexual media: the role of individual differences, University of Western Ontario, London (1993)

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