Saturday, August 03, 2013
WAR ON SEX
Rosario Dawson (left)
"Have you seen Danny Boyles' latest pic, Trance?
"...Within the MK-themed heist plot is a curious discussion of the role of pubic hair within art which culminates in Rosario Dawson catwalking her Brazilian wizzy...
"What if we were to declare sex, like drugs, to have been perverted in order to function as a corruption/control mechanism?
"Think 'war on drugs'.
"Without drugs were illegal how would criminals make billions of dollars?
"The Prohibition of the twenties and the current 'War on Drugs' were the best things that ever happened to criminals.
"And what with pretty much everyone wanting drugs once they try them, and those drugs being illegal and available only from people who are by definition criminals, there suddenly exists a reason for people, and crucially those of power and influence, to have a relationship with criminals, which is to say, 'to make a deal with the devil'.
"The devil of course is the anti-buddha, the person who panders to selfishness.
"Now, does that analogy need explaining?
"Of course, people are attracted to the young.
"There is nothing nicer than new bosoms and bottoms you can bounce twenty cent coins off (were one given to such things, ahem).
"And of course the imperative that drives the prohibition of drugs will be brought to other things.
"And whatever compulsion exists amongst people for drugs, that ain't nothing compared to sex. Sex is the ultimate compulsion...
"We're in some sticky territory here but if we were to say that neither the desire for such things nor 'the availing of oneself' to them were, in and of themselves, bad.
"We could also say that the only thing that renders such things as 'bad' or otherwise comes in the means by which one goes about it all.
"Which is to say, was this availing done selflessly or selfishly? Are we towards to the Buddha? Or the anti-Buddha?"