Tuesday, August 30, 2016

Cock: A Different Standard

Poor Anthony Weiner... He's being castigated again for taking those selfie dick pics and sending them off to women who, one hopes anyway, are interested in seeing them.
Yet, a simple Google Search for "selfie dick pics" brings up
"about 4,930,000 results (in .53 seconds)."
And, that doesn't count any candid's taken at parties, or beaches, backyard pool parties, Burning Man, or naked bike rides, etc, etc, etc...  



or guys trolling for beads in New Orleans during Mardi Gras
where (purportedly) boners are said to get more beads
That's a lot of cock shots. That's a lot of guys who are (rightly) proud of what they've been born with, and see no reason to have to hide them.
Guys aren't alone in the game of sending pics of their parts. Women sext selfies, too.
Then again, all of society has been exposed (if you'll pardon the pun) to more female nudity for decades. We get print ads and TV commercials filled with barely-covered cleavage. But, is Weiner doing anything that millions of other men don't, or haven't?




Reports of public figures (political or otherwise) who have had nude photos of themselves found and released happen on a fairly regular basis. It proves - to me, anyway - they are as human as the rest of us. 
The difference is that we hold public figures to a higher standard when it comes to sexual behavior.

But, why?
Should we? 


Mark Greene said...

Answer is ....We shouldn't! But that what happens. also Weiner was known to be not liked by alot of powerful people. He of all people should better to be giving girls he barely know his phone number.. There is a very good reason why his last name is weiner that seems to be the only thing he knows how to think with.

But also this so classically reveal just how conniving people can be when they want to see one's downfall.

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Chris said...

Yes. For better or worse (too often worse), public officials are inevitably role models for the young and impressionable. They need to exert some self-control. It sends the wrong message for a married man (and quondam Congressman) like Anthony Weiner to trash his marital vows by seeking to hook up with sundry nubile maids via sexting. The only way I can bring myself to muster any sympathy for him is by conjuring up the mental strain to which he must have been subjected as the result of his marriage to Hillary Clinton's closest advisor.


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French Patrick said...

It is obvious that the public figures are as human as the rest of us. They eat and they shit, they drink and they piss as us. The differences are in what we think and what we say, what we have and what we do.

Even Donald Trump is human as us as incredible that that can seem to be. We can blame him about what? He narrow down only the minds of those who were already twats by exciting their bad instincts or by giving them bad ideas which they already had. He deceives nobody, not those for whom he is only blowing on the embers of their stupidity, nor those who see right through his facade.

A simple Google Search for "selfie dick pics" brings up about 4,930,000 results! Nevertheless we prefer coming here for finding 18 photos! This is indeed the best proof that we love you, and that we are very interested in what you have to say.

I wish you a wondrous day, mon chéri, as well as to my Jean chérie, with 2,465,000 bisous to each of you.

SickoRicko said...

Not for things like selfies; but other things, sure.

Tex said...

I had to think about this for a bit which is, I suppose, the point of this Blog. Yes, lots of people do hold politicians to a higher standard but I don't think we should. The constitution forbids any religious test for those in higher office. Having said that, I wouldn't want Congress to be a bunch of self-centered, self-serving, amoral assholes. Some would argue it already is but I think there are lots of very decent human beings in Washington. I think it's the system that's broken but that's a post for another day. Lots of great potential candidates won't run for office because they don't want to make public every thing they ever did. It's very sad, hypocritical and is hurting us all.

Xersex said...


Chris said...

The prohibition on a "religious test" was placed in the Constitution in order to allow non-Anglicans to serve. Its purpose was not remotely related to a desire that reckless libertines like Anthony Weiner be vouchsafed a place in the marbled halls of the legislature.