Saturday, June 11, 2011


The Australian academic Germaine Greer has interesting views on sex.

On 10 June 2011, on the BBC TV programme 'Question Time', the Australian academic Germaine Greer claimed that British troops might carry out rapes in Libya.

Germaine Greer said she did not believe the claims that Colonel Gaddafi had given his soldiers Viagra and ordered mass rapes.

According to Germaine Greer:

"Rape is always present where you have slaughter and you don’t have to have a government fiat (decision) to do it...

"If we send in ground troops ... how will we be sure they won’t do a bit of raping in their turn?

"...All soldiers in certain circumstances will rape regardless of whether they are ours or theirs or whoevers."

During the TV programme, Germaine Greer answered a question about the sexualisation of children.

She said: "There’s always been this sinister culture...

"The Barbie doll herself is a fetish, she’s descended from a sex toy....

In 1995, Germaine Greer said that, aged 19, she had been raped.

Professor Germaine Greer has some interesting ideas about art.

Greer's last academic appointment was Professor of English Literature and Comparative Studies at the University of Warwick.

In 2003,Germaine Greer's The Beautiful Boy was published, an art history book about the beauty of teenage boys, which is illustrated with 200 photographs of what The Guardian called "succulent teenage male beauty."

Germaine Greer's book The Boy was reviewed by Natasha Walter in the Guardian 11 October 2003 -,12084,1059174,00.html

Walter refers to 'page after page of sheeny illustrations of fine, languid boys as seen by artists from Praxiteles to Annie Leibovitz.... Greer is asking us to celebrate the evanescent loveliness of boys.'

According to Greer: 'Correggio is the only artist ever to have depicted the anus and scrotum of an airborne angel.'

Greer claims that saying boys are beautiful amounts to 'demolishing one of the last great western taboos.'

Greer looks at how boys in fifth-century Athens 'allowed themselves to revel in their own peacock beauty.'

Greer compares this with the lack of grace and feeling in some modern boys.

Greers aim is stated on the back cover: 'to reclaim for women the right to appreciate the short-lived beauty of boys'.

Peter Conrad reviewed Greer's book in the Observer, 26 October 2003. -,6121,1071096,00.html

According to Conrad, Germaine Greer warns women that "they are ill-equipped to act as 'sex objects' and are 'programmed for failure in their duty of attraction'."

According to Conrad, 'Greer believes that the job of arousing desire is done better, and with an ecumenical appeal to both men and women, by the boys who teasingly lounge and cockily strut through the pages of her book.'

Conrad tells us of Greer's belief that 'If nature didn't intend boys to be seduced by older men and women, why did it make them so damnably fetching, so downy-cheeked, rangy-limbed and pert-buttocked?'



subrosa said...

I have a very short list of women I find intolerable. Germain Greer is top.

Anonymous said...

Anonymous said...

I think this is the only time I have ever found myself agreeing with Greer. Rape transcends all boundaries. Where there's a will to power there's rape. The British have been committing cultural rape for centuries. It's an integral part of the colinialist psyche. Indoctrination, insemination. Two sides of the same coin really. It all comes down to forcible entry.For all our junk, humanity hasn't really moved on a great deal. We revert to kind at the drop of hat given the right circumstances. Trust an aussie to spot all that: the bastard child of the world.

Feminists like Greer just turned women into men. Which was always a peculiar irony - given how much they hated men. They imported that same power structure. They never really grasped that male gender is as much an artificial construct as female gender.

They may find equality in being able to knock back as many beers as men - but I'm not sure they'll find progress.

The whole Greer stuff was just negative reinforcement of male power.

What a chump.

But agree with her on the Libya thing.

I don't mind them shooting the man - but I don't like anyone telling fibs.


Anonymous said...

"It's an integral part of the colinialist psyche"

Apologies to all readers by the name of colin. that should have read 'colonialist'


aferrismoon said...

Academically - backed Pedophilia - its right up there with NAMBLA.

Considering she can get 200 pages of teenage boy-butt what does that say about the sop-called oppression of homosexuals.

Funny that they're fighting in Afghanistan where they got them dancing-boys [ DynaCorp]

@ SubRosa Germaine Greer at the top too but mud-wrestling the Hildebeest and Oprah.


Anonymous said...

It is countries that are populated by Muslim people have the lowest rape crimes per capita.
Google: nationmaster rapes

On the web link you find there, you will see that Australia ranks the highest in rape crimes per capita and Saudi Arabia ranks the lowest.

CS said...

Pedophilia, the last great western taboo.

And therefore the only thing remaining for the social wreckers to work on.

Soon pedophilia will be taught is school.

Anonymous said...

Yes, Germaine Greer has always been part of 'the weird mob'.
As one reader comment on this article says 'Greer is damaged goods...'.

nobody said...

To a certain extent I can see Greer's point. However, that extent could be defined as 'the value of discussing children and sex whilst failing to acknowledge the occult part of the conversation, ie. untouchable high-level satanist paedophiles'.

As far as I'm concerned, a conversation of this nature make no sense when there's such a gaping whole in it. For instance, (and yeah, we're in what-if territory sure, but we have to be since we're discussing the unspeakable) what if the pedophocracy thought her book was the best thing ever? What would we think of it then?

More hell-bent now: with the media unfailingly failing to discuss high-level organised satanistic paedophilia (and not because they're a bunch of wide-eyed Pollyannas neither) would we be too surprised if her publishers weren't some variety of like-minded? Imagine if they were a bunch of hard-core Eyes Wide Shut participants and they published her book because it suited them? That's well within the realms of possibility. Then what would we make of it?

Within the confines of lascivious older women perving at pubescent boys, I doubt there's much harm in it all. Within those confines, that is. And frankly I don't think such confines exist apart from in Germaine's mind and those readers she can talk into coming along for the intellectual ride.

Further, (and in more mundane territory) what if we took that last sentence of Germaine's there and replaced the word 'boy' with 'girl'? Would that be cool? And what if your B&W bushel-carrying boy was a girl with sex organs similarly depicted?

I expect that there are parents out there who would be cool with having their children so depicted because they are some variety of broadminded, well-balanced equanimity. I'm sure such people exist. But between such a chimera and the seemingly endless horde of multi-generational, SRA basilisk motherfuckers out there (for whom kiddy porn of their own kids is the least of their crimes) one of them is odds-on and the other is the bookie's delight.

It's all fun and games until... hmm... until little Miss Sunshine's dad looks around and realises that everyone in the room has that thousand yard stare. Can you dig it?

Michael said...

Anonymous, those nationmaster stats are all well and good however they don't tell us a few things such as:

1) whether rape in Saudi is considered penetration and in Australia might be considered something lesser like groping.

2) whether Australia has lots of false rape accusations.

3) whether Saudi ignores a lot of allegations.

Truther said...

To ANon @ 5:55, who said:
It is countries that are populated by Muslim people have the lowest rape crimes per capita.
Google: nationmaster rapes

On the web link you find there, you will see that Australia ranks the highest in rape crimes per capita and Saudi Arabia ranks the lowest.

LIES & typical Muslim disinfo:
Beware of Disinfo Agents

The rape rate & various other assaults common to Muslim men (acid burning, stoning, whipping, savage beating etc) are deceptively low in official stats, because Muslims don’t report them, & usually punish the victims instead.

And because Muslim nations don’t report them, Muslims cunningly use this lie to convince the sheep of how sharia is much better than their hideous Western culture. They whisper to jilted Western men how Islam will give them power over women, so they can do anything.

There is widespread abuse in Saudi Arabia, for example, of servants from Indonesia etc by Muslim men who are NEVER brought to justice. Muslim nations DO NOT report their crimes against females & innocent homosexuals (please remember there is no Jew-run gay lobby in Muslim nations).


Muslim rape in Sweden:

Muslim rape in Norway:

Norwegian MP fed up of Muslims:

Muslim paedophile sex gangs concealed:

Abuse of women in Pakistan:


So Anon, you were saying.....

Anonymous said...

Is Greer Jewish? Don't want to start a who is Jewish post. Just curious...

malcolmbrhc said...

I don't think Germaine Greer is Jewish either by religion or race. There are plenty of Jewish feminists, but they tend to have a degree of rational thought, even when you disagree with what they are saying. Germaine Greer hasn't said anything rational for years.

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