“Ikke en dag uden eskalerende kaglende galskab”

Diverse, Kunst og kultur, Postmodernisme, Satire, venstrefløjen — Drokles on May 30, 2016 at 12:42 am

Det skrev en god ven som han sendte mig historien Breitbarts: ”A study undertaken by the University of Michigan has revealed that young white pre-schoolers believe their race can change over time and they can effectively “grow up to be black.””. Trans-identiteter har sandelig metastaseret sig ud i samfundets sårbareste kroge og selv om det er normalt at være ked af et eller andet ved sig selv, er ideen om at være i en forkert krop selvfølgelig noget sludder og nogle vågner da også op og indser de personlige konsekvenser. Anyways, som om voksen-babyer ikke var fjollede i sig selv, så skriver Pajamas Media

Some men don’t just want dogs to be their best friend — they want to be the dog. Pup play, where grown men dress up as dogs and act that way in public, is both silly and disturbing, and shines a light on some of the confusion and pain inside the gay community.

Britain’s Channel 4 aired a documentary, “The Secret Life of Human Pups,” on Wednesday night. The Guardian carried out interviews with three of the show’s main characters, showing how they got involved in the movement: the struggles they face and the fun they enjoy.

The pup-play movement “grew out of the BDSM community and has exploded in the last 15 years as the internet made it easier to reach out to likeminded people,” The Guardian’s Nell Frizzell explained. “Human pups tend to be male, gay, have an interest in dressing in leather, wear dog-like hoods, enjoy tactile interactions like stomach rubbing or ear tickling, play with toys, eat out of bowls and are often in a relationship with their human ‘handlers.’”

Tom, who goes by “Spot” and works as an engineer in a theater, said pup play gives him license to behave in a way that feels natural, even primal. “You’re not worrying about money, or food, or work,” he told Frizzell. “It’s just the chance to enjoy each other’s company on a very simple level.”

But Tom’s introduction to the world was far from simple. “He knew he liked sleeping in a collar, had a fetish for skin-tight clothing - Lycra, rubber, even off-the-peg cycling shorts - then came a dalmatian zentai suit he found on eBay … and eventually, a man in a club walked up to him and said: ‘Oh right, so you’re a pup.’” In order to enjoy this simple company with other pups, he broke up with his former fiancee Rachel and moved into a gay relationship with his handler, Colin.

“It’s a sad thing to say, but there’s not love from the heart in me for Colin,” Tom admitted. “But what I have got is someone who is there for me and I’m happy with that.” He needs Colin because “a puppy without a collar is a stray; they don’t have anyone to look after them.”

En gang, under truslen fra nuklear udryddelse, vidste man bedre, godt nok endda til at kunne le,

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