Of course men should have more analsex! Of course they should. Nature placed the male g-spot where it is. Not feminists, not some "gay lobby." Nature. Clearly, nature intended for men to get laid good and hard and bent over the nearest available flat surface, on a regular basis.
What actually is questionable though is that when it comes to analsex, men and women are anatomically the same, yet this is mostly ignored by everyone whose job it is to portray sex. There are for example no mainstream hetero-porn that regularly includes scenes with men just lying back and taking it. Huh. Either every single straight porno ever made always run out of time just as they are about to get to that particular position, or it's a conspiracy to keep that kind of heterosexual sex out of the straight man’s book of Acceptable Sex According To Patriarchal Society. Also known as the book on How To Be a Big Pussy.
I happen to think it’d be good for straight men to spread their legs and let someone in once in a while. It's good for reflection on dominance and submission. And maybe it will make them give up this stiff, conservative, almost Victorian view some of them have on sex and masculinity and on allowing yourself to come apart with someone else inside you.
Hmm. Sometimes I see men write about gender and violence without seperating between violence and sexual violence. This has bothered me for some time. In this article Pär Ström writes about crime statistics and men and women and there is also a blog (recommended by Ström) here that writes about men and women as victims of violent crimes with all the banality and misconstrued arguments one has come to expect from antifeminists by now: "Behöver kvinnor vara oroliga för att vistas ute efter mörkrets inbrott? Nej, inte det minsta, även om de naturligtvis måste tänka till och vara försiktiga. Kvinnor tillhör nämligen den gruppering i samhället som löper i särklass allra minst risk att bli utsatta för oprovocerat våld utomhus."
I want a lucid discussion about this, I do. Men and women should not have to experience that their problems are seen as less important than anyone elses. If I was Pär Ström I'd forget all about any feminist-bashing agenda (where he has been, well, pretty batty in some of his arguments and most of his "analyses" have been pretty much unintelligible) and instead concentrate on issues where public opinion actually need to change, like for example the issue of men who are abused by their domestic partner and have their stories being more or less laughed off by the public, just because they happen to be male. I would concentrate on that. I would not concentrate on stating how "i riksdagens protokoll från 1990 och framåt nämns ”våld mot män” 24 gånger medan ”våld mot kvinnor” nämns 339 gånger. Ställt i relation till våldsstatistiken kan det tolkas som att riksdagens ledamöter tycker att kvinnors frid är mer än 20 gånger viktigare än mäns frid", because if we're gonna talk semantics, "våld mot män" also goes under the names "våld" or "gatuvåld" or "ungdomsvåld".
But to continue on the discussion of violence in general and statistics and men "being discriminated against", well, see, the thing is that we all seperate between violence and violence. For instance, we all seperate between violence and sexual violence. The latter is a crime with more (but not exclusively) female victims than male. And yes, the latter also gets a lot of attention from media and is the topic of many How Can We Stop This discussions. This is not because violence directed at women is valued as More Important by our society. This is because we all seperate between violence and violence.
Most men in Sweden today would feel differently about being attacked and robbed and being attacked and raped. Most men would feel differently about being hit in the face in a club bathroom and being forced to suck some guy's dick in a club bathroom. Most men would feel differently about being kicked in the head on the street and being kicked in the head in their kitchen in front of their children. I'm not saying being kicked down on the street is something anyone should accept, I'm not even really saying one is worse than the other, I'm saying they are different. Most men would agree with this. So do women. So does society. Even though some antifeminists apparently see this as a form of male discrimination, we all differ between violence and violence.
And it's possible that, had more men experienced rape or the threat of rape, blogs dedicated to report "false rape charges" from around the world - as if to insinuate that people in general aren't aware that there are cases where rape charges are false, which, believe me, people are aware - might have been seen by most men as pretty pointless. They might even have questioned the motives of a blog like that. What do I know?
In Scarred on MTV a couple of weeks back, Tony Hawks was featured with the most fucked up clip of the day. Tony Hawks.
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