Sex Bites

Here’s an assortment of “quickie” pieces.


A sex theme park is set to open later on this year. “Amora: The Academy of Sex and Relationships” will contain exhibits that focus on improving sexual relationships and enhance people’s loving abilities.
There’ll be life-sized silicone models on which visitors can examine erogenous zones, and more.
Beats the shit out of Madame Tussaud’s, huh?


Thank god for equality. We’ve all heard of “sex tourists,” be they the pedophiles touring Cambodia for underaged girls, or college students trolling Thailand for Mai-Tais and anonymous sex. Now there’s a destination for women who want to find good, sexy young black men for their fuck-fests.
Dial up your travel agents, ladies. Gambia’s open for business.
Let’s just say that when you’re traveling there, pack some condoms, and make sure you grab a couple boxes of the Trojan XXLs.


I’m somewhat torn on the subject of prostitution. I fucking hate the duality of public perception on the subject, that’s for sure. Here in Vancouver, the lower-class prostitutes who work the street are still reeling from a campaign of terror that lasted years and years, in which more than five dozen hookers went missing off the streets. Some 27 deaths have been charged to one man, Robert “Willy” Pickton, who owned a rural pig farm and would lure the women out for promises of parties and copious drugs. The women’s corpses were fed to the pigs, and the search for evidence on that farm has been the largest ever crime scene in Canada. (It’s suspected that Pickton was responsible for all the deaths, but finding DNA evidence of crimes to charge the man with is almost laughable, considering the very needle-in-a-haystack odds of finding a tooth or a bone or something on acres and acres of farmland.)
Paying for sex has been something we’ve had institutionalized in society for as long as mankind has walked the earth. From sex slaves in Ancient Rome and Egypt to hookers trolling the streets in England, pussy and cock have always been for sale, and always will be.
I’d like to see prostitution legalized simply because many of the streetwalkers are women with no other options open to them. For one reason or another, they’ve fallen into that life. Arresting them and imprisoning them is simply a means of perpetuating that cycle of need and abuse. Take a woman in that situation and give her a record? Yeah, that’ll solve the problem.
Yet there are high-class “escorts” (let’s call a spade a fucking spade, all right?) who seem to buck the system, who get away with fucking advertising in papers for their services, and yet nothing happens to them. Why does money and class dictate legality? Such hypocrisy.
A whore’s a whore, and that’s the way it goes. If money is exchanged for sexual services, then that constitutes ‘whoring,’ whether you want to get all pedantic and argue the negatives of the word or not, it’s what whoring is. And don’t give me shit if you don’t like the word “whore,” because semantics isn’t an argument I’m willing to engage in. Use a dictionary, people. Why is one type of sex-for-sale ignored, and one victimized? It’s unfair.
Legalize it all, I say. Let’s get off our fucking high-horses and accept that sex will always be bought and sold, and it’s up to us to decide if women deserve to do it in safety. Considering AIDS and other medical threats, I’d say it’s about time we open our eyes to logic.


Stay the hell out of Philadelphia, men. The city of brotherly love ain’t getting much assistance from the sisters, man.
First, Loreena Bobbit. Now, Monica Randolph. This woman pounced on her husband in the dead of night, and using no weapons, dug her fingernails into his gonad and tried to rip his balls off with her own hands.

Howard Randolph said his wife tore “everything out of the sac and all the skin away.”
Just the thought triggers most men to hunch over and wince, but Randolph said he felt “fine” yesterday thanks to the morphine that doctors administered.
Monica Randolph told arresting officers that she had attacked her husband because he was cheating on her. But her husband denied having any affairs. He remains mystified as to his wife’s motive and demanded that she receive a stiff punishment.
He didn’t see the attack coming. He said he went to bed about 8 p.m. and hadn’t argued with his wife.
“She’ll probably blame her mental illness,” he said. “She’s bipolar, and she doesn’t take her meds.”

What else do I have to say? Poor son of a bitch. She’s been charged with aggravated assault, needless to say.
Chicks like this make chicks like me disgusted. Jesus Christ. I hate loopy women. One of these days, I’m gonna write me a rant on some women, actually. I’m a total feminist, but some of this crap that some of these ass-backwards chicks seem to justify really, really pisses me off. This is totally insane. Wow. (Oh, and naturally there are dickhead men, too, but that’s stating the obvious, and whenever a guy writes a rant about nutbag chicks, he’s slagged as a sexist, so I figure I ought to step up to the plate, y’know?)
I think they’re putting something in that Philadelphia water, people. Yeesh.
Oh, but get this:

Meanwhile, neighbors were left to speculate on explanations for the attack.
“She got to be crazy,” said Dionne Martin, 18, who basked in the spring sunshine on friend Rochelle Odd’s porch steps.
Odd, 21, agreed: “That woman was crazy, but I’m on her side. I don’t think no guy deserves to have his balls ripped off. But she’s got to be deep in love – that’s what would make a woman do this. If they was together all those years and he cheated on her, she wanted him to feel what she was feeling. There’s a lesson to be learned here: Don’t cheat on your woman.”

“Odd” supports the nutsack-attack, it seems. C’mon! “Deep in love?” Deep insane, is what I think. Nothing justifies violence. Nada, nyet, zip, zilch, zero. Get counselling. Get a divorce. Sue ’em for all they’re worth. Don’t attack people, because then you’re just going to pay a price for something you were already victimized for before the fact — vengeance is a good way to find yourself behind bars. How dumb can people get? Jesus.
The guy’s probably a complete prick and deserved something happening, considering how calm and cool he’s pretending to be about all this, but I think his wife has screws loose and could’ve handled things far better, to say the least.

8 thoughts on “Sex Bites

  1. Haaaaaaa

    Hi Steff,

    I am for legalizing prostitution – not because I can’t wait for the first McBrothel. 😉 First, making prostitution illegal never quelled the demand . Second, the fear that prostitutes would spread AIDS never turned out to be true. Prostitutes are not the big STD spreaders that they are made out to be. In areas, like Nevada, where prostitution is legal, HIV and other STD’s are almost never spread by prostitutes. Legalized postitution is a much better system for everybody, especially the girls who get into it.

    That guy might have had something coming to him or not. Some guys just like crazy women. Howard Stern used say, “The nuttier the sluttier.” In any case, if you can’t stand your spouse, leave. That’s all, leave.

  2. Shakes

    To quote Salt ‘N’ Peppa, as I do far too often, “The dif’rence ‘tween a hooker and a ho ain’t nothin’ but a fee.”

  3. shakes

    Also, isn’t it interesting how women who commit crimes are pathologized so much more than men? Men are criminals. Women are crazy.

  4. windhag

    Gawd, that’s scary. That makes *me* cringe, and I’m a woman!

    New to reading your blog, Steff, and really enjoying it!

  5. Dark Horse

    I feel way sorry for that guy, even if he *was* cheating on his wife. Yes, it’d make him a scumbag. No, he doesn’t deserve that kind of vicious assault.

    But can I please point out that ‘crazy’ is neither a reason nor an excuse? And I’m a ‘crazy’ woman. Mentally ill people are less likely to hurt others than someone who isn’t ‘crazy’. However – in my opinion, partially due to the way people throw around the label crazy when things like this happen – we’re about four times more likely than the average person to get murdered, and even more likely than that to be attacked.

    I don’t know, I think I’m off-topic, but that makes me very uncomfortable to hear mental illness being blamed.. even mentally ill people are still responsible for themselves, in the main.

  6. Thaϊs

    Prostitution is legal in Canada. A number of activities associated with it isn’t, and that is hypocritical, but at least most agency or independent girls don’t face criminal charges.

  7. theAxe

    Steff your claim “escorts” get of is wrong, an ex-professor from my college (in Women’s Studies of all things) was arrested for prostitution. She was running a website advertising “modeling and companionship” and was caught by an undercover sting. I don’t know if you’ll find anything online, but her name was Brandy Britton an ex UMBC professor. The Baltimore Sun might have something. And as for the dude. If he cheated on his wife, he had it coming, but i’d have to agree assault will just end up in court, at least confront them first; and if he wasn’t cheating, than OUCH! As for insanity,only 1% of all insanity pleas are successful. I agree with “Shakes” ‘s observation, it seems women are more likely to be percieve as crazy. Finally, as for that theme park, I for one would rather be exploring a real woman’s erogenous zones than some sillicone dummy 😛

  8. Jamie-K

    I spent some time in The Gambia last year as part of my study abroad through four West African countries (the others being Sierra Leone, Senegal, and Guinea). It’s a beautiful country but with tourism being the only really viable industry at this point, the sex trade has really sprung up. I never really got used to seeing older British women walking around the hotels with young guys.

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