Friday, August 02, 2013


At what age is a person most sexually attractive?

Britney Spears

At what age is a person most sexually attractive?

Jeremy Jackson

In Roman times, it was considered that youngsters with no body hair beneath the ears were the most sexually attractive individuals.

Physical attractiveness - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Jessica Alba

In the 12th century, the Church allowed girls to marry at age 12.

"In the past, the norm has been for marriages to take place shortly after the commencement of fertility (the menarche)."

Peak Female Sexual Attractiveness

Jodie Foster

"The most popular British newspaper, the ‘Sun’, reached it’s position (after almost folding in the 70′s) through publishing topless ‘page 3′ girls, often aged 16 or 17 (including the most famous of them - Samantha Fox)..."

Peak Female Sexual Attractiveness

Scarlett Johannson

"Equivalents in Denmark and Gemany, such as Das Bild, regularly published topless photos of 15 year olds..."

Peak Female Sexual Attractiveness

Jaimee Foxworth

"In Japan, which until the last few years had absolutely no taboos whatsoever on teenage sex, it was taken for granted that teenage girls were most attractive (and virtually all porn and erotica involved teenage girls)..."

Kristen Stewart

"In Japan the school uniform is a symbol of male desire...

"Are Japanese men simply perverted?

"Or is a more likely explanation that Japan, until the last few years, was free from Anglo-Saxon Christian puritanism, as well as sexual trade union feminism? (not to mention being free from America’s teen pregnancy rates, teen obesity levels, youth violence etc.)"

Peak Female Sexual Attractiveness

Danielle Fishel

"In the swimming baths, without hair styling, make-up, jewellery, or expensive clothes, I rarely see any attractive woman over 22..."

Peak Female Sexual Attractiveness

Ralph Macchio

"Patricia Dye, 31, is accused of dressing like a boy and using the alias Matt Abrams in order to have a relationship with a teenage girl, the New York Daily News reports...

"Dye had made herself look boyish, cutting her hair short into an androgynous style."

Woman Posed as 14-Year-Old Boy to Attract Teen Girls - FindLaw ...

Reese Witherspoon

Germaine Greer's argues that "during three decades of sexual politicking, women have forgotten the sensual delights to be had from the short-lived beauty of the young male, located between the sprouting of his first pubic hair and the growth of his beard." 

"History has assumed, she argues, the viewer to be male and the history of the male nude to be the history of homosexuality in visual arts. 

"Think Colette and Chéri, and you get something of her gist as to the delights that await the older woman with the young man..."

Bjørn Andresen young and older. "I had a homosexual experience in the 70s," he told El Mundo magazineimomus | The adventures of Tadzio 

"Slightly tongue-in-cheek, she admits that "girls and grandmothers are both susceptible to the short-lived charm of boys, women who are looking for a father for their children less so." 

"She traces art's obsession with the beautiful boy; from classical images of Apollo and Dionysos, and Michelangelo's David, to the curled beaux of Van Dyck, pointing out that it is often the androgynous, feminised characteristics of the boy that make him vulnerable and appealing. 

"Small boys, as shown in 18th-century portraits, were dressed as girls in muslin gowns..."

"In modern times the boy has also become an erotic focus. 

"Think Jimmy Page of The Yardbirds and Led Zeppelin, with his red-gold curls, bare chest and dirty dancing, or Jim Morrison, his boyish hips clad in snakeskin trousers, or the young Elvis: embodiments of Dionysian rapture as they are followed by screaming bands of young girls, a horde of slavering Maenads."

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?'



Anonymous said...

Feminism is an Illuminati creation
with the goal of destroying the family
where women depended on the men
and men depended on the women
and children had a father
and developed deep family bonds,
enslaving women making them work
for fascist corporations
or making them directly dependent on the state.
It produces weak and lonely people
and homosexuals by lacking strong father figures.
It is being promoted by the mass media of
the ruling historically mass suicidal death cult.

Heartless people prefer powerless victims:
babies and children as sex objects.

Heartless rich lonely sociopaths,
like feminists who failed to find a mate,
buy young victims as personal possession
they will later exchange for younger ones.

Love makes blind, naturally bonding
teenagers for exclusive partnership for life

Sexual attractiveness is greatest during
highest fertility which in women is shown
by fullest breasts and oral and vaginal lips
and in men by most frequent erections
and fullest muscles.

To be attracted to children before they grow
pubic hair is a sign of arrested development
typical for pedophiles who will usually
be stuck with it because they were never loved
and respected so could not emotionally develop
a loving relationship based on equality.

The more you enslave and tyrannise people
the greater the gap between predatory rich
and deadly poverty, the more poor people
will look for protection through personal
corruption and prostitution to the old rich.

Rape is very destructive.
Consent is only possible if
individuals are independent,
powerful and well informed.

A peaceful society depends on prohibiting
theft like usury (rent), torture, murder (war),
concentration of power (corporations,
Secret Societies, secret services),
slavery (feudalism based on uneven land distribution)
and monopoly of knowledge (copyright Mafiaa, Bigoil).

The ruling Mafia destroying our world
can only be stopped if the conspiracy of
the ruling historically mass suicidal death cult
is exposed (tell your friends willing to look).

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Anonymous said...

Sorry for the unqualified use of the term "Illuminati".
It is of course just one of their latest production labels,
distracting from who they really are.

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Unknown said...

(good call with the disclaimer, very wise.)

Ever Wonder Why Scousers Never Buy the Sun...?

Anonymous said...

I say, Aang,

Have you seen Danny Boyles' latest pic, Trance? I think you might find it very interesting. Certainly it features everyone's favourite Scotsman, James McEvoy, but also 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.

To be honest I'm still not sure what to make of Danny Boyle nor of this movie. I shall have to watch it again I guess.

As for the topic per se, 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 imperitive 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. Charles Darwin sits in the throne beneath Buddha and declares it must be so.

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?

One does love an interesting discussion.

regards and best etc. etc.

giark65 (abel danger) said...

Exceptionally explained the dichotomy between pharaonic-aristocratic sexual exploitation of children. Realizing their indulgences and the extensive nature of their crimes oft is buried by the punishment meted to those pedos outside their network via their sensational media arms. Foxes in the pedo hen house.

Thank you.

Anonymous said...

Well said, Anonymous 6.14.

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