I find it astounding what a man (typically, being the male) will go through to get sex. What I don’t get is why women don’t go to the same lengths. It’s typically them who are able to sell themselves, either by prostitution or sleeping their way to power. You know, seducing men of rank and whatnot to get a job or whatever. I’m probably generalising, being sexist and way off, but I don’t think men have quite the same ability. If women are able to detach themselves from the spiritual act of sexual union, and men are unable to tame their desires, the women have the advantage. And as a generally patriarchal society, men are pretty much brought up to be ravenous when it comes to having sex in western countries.

You know what? Anyone who catwhistles, anyone who stares at some chick’s ass or cleavage, anyone who will later turn to their mates and talk about how hot someone was, commands hardly any respect from me. I won’t go as far to say as I disrespect you, but I seem to be the only teenaged male on the planet who does not stare at girls when they’re not looking. Perhaps there’s something wrong with me, but from where I’m standing, there’s something wrong with all of you. Bloody perverts.


8 thoughts on “Titleless

  1. Pat. says:

    Testosterone. Maybe you just don’t have it, like the rest of us.

  2. Pat. says:

    *unlike, the rest. That can be said in two ways.

  3. Korelee says:

    Maybe you’re gay, and perve on guys instead, without realising it? Some of your previous blog entries can incriminate you… hehehe :P Jokes gorgeous, but have you ever thought that some girls like the attention?

  4. Liam, Baron of Hoskuldstadir says:

    I think the issue is control. Can a woman control a man who is aroused by her? Can a man control a women under the pretence that his passion is unsatiable? People say that true love controls you- it forces you to extents which shame and disgrace perceptions that you once had of yourself. Modern sexuality is ALL about control- from S+M porno to victims of rape, something that has pervaded all contemporary notions of sex is the extent to which one person is able to control another.
    I see myself obliquely referenced to in your entry, with regards to Ciilvya at Dymocks. Perhaps the only justification I can make concerning that act is that we’re both people who respect aesthetics, which in this case was the aesthetics of the female body.
    The best part about adolescence, Sir-Xin, is the fact that you’re in a stage of transition between childishness and maturity. We’re allowed to make sexual references to people because, according to pop culture, its all we’re interested in. Now, you don’t have to tell me that that’s a horrendously immoral facet of pop culture- but the thing I love about cultural context is the way that the individual is able to capitalise on its customs. Sure, we can talk about how immoral promiscuous sex is, and the declining sexual morals of the twenty-first century- but if a Bodicelli beauty walks down the street, is one hypocritical when one expresses one’s interest?
    PS- Wasn’t "She Walks in Beauty" pretty much about the poet perving with devilish delight on some young girl?

  5. Liam, Baron of Hoskuldstadir says:

    Just for the record, I’m not sexually ravenous, I’m definitely a person of strict but not inflexible morals, and I’m definitely in control of the majority of my feelings. I like to entertain feelings of elation, ecstacy, rage, hate, fear, and despair, because I am able to construct veneers of meaning around me which entice emotion. My life is so anaesthetised by society that I very rarely feel genuine feelings at all. For that reason, I generally see as abhorrent anything which detaches me from my own control- alcohol (though now I can’t medically drink that), drug (same reason as before), and, unironically, love. So when I say Ciilvia is hot, I mean it, but she’s not going to be the sole object of my thoughts in any way, shape or form.
    PS. This goes the same for Simoes, Pat!!

  6. Korelee says:

    Your correct about the "She Walks in Beauty" poem, I had to research it once for English.

  7. John says:

    Dylan dislikes Miss Simmoes, because she is (apparently) neither hot nor reasonable with homework.I appreciate your views.

  8. Georgie says:

    For once i agree i also agree with whoever wrote the long comment and i also think most boys just dont know how to behave like a gentleman anymore.
    p.s i have been at tash’s the last few days.

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