‘Polluting Your Mind’ (2015)

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How come all the S&M romance best-sellers all sound like the same book? And why would anybody want to read one?

Polluting Your Mind

Given the popularity of these books–they sell like hotcakes–I think feminists owe us an explanation of what they’ve been doing for the last 50 years. \

And then there are the women who get off on fantasies of themselves being abused and humiliated by some “man” and still call themselves feminists.

Once upon a time you couldn’t publish stuff like this.

6 comments on “‘Polluting Your Mind’ (2015)

  1. And more’s the pity. I am a female, an older one now, and I have no understanding whatsoever of what is going on with women these days.
    I always thought of women as the “Keepers of decency” somewhat, since males always seemed a little coarse to me. These days, it seems to me that women have really lost it and are more crude and profane, immodest and unreasonable than males. Very disappointing.

  2. Well I can tell you I’m not reading it! I don’t understand it all. Ours is a society that emasculates our boys and then wants to read such dehumanizing filth?

    1. That’s an interesting point. What do they want out of boys? They seem to be going in two totally different directions at once.

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