Tuesday, December 05, 2006

Seattle, Capital of Misandria

This morning, I appeared as a guest on KBKS (KISS) 106.1FM in Seattle, on Jackie & Bender Mornings. Seattle, if you don't know, is the left-wing capital of Misandria, the land of man-hating women and vaginized men. Let me give you a little background about this show. There are four hosts of this program - Jackie, Bender, Sammi, and Jubal - two males and two females. Before I got on the air, Jubal, one of the guys, shaved off some of his pubic hair and placed it on a pizza. Then, one of the females, I don't know which one (I was too shocked to remember), vomited. OK, now you understand the "class" of these people. By the way, Seattle Magazine apparently voted Jackie & Bender Mornings the best AM radio show of Seattle. Go figure.

This interview, which was prerecorded an hour before it aired, was chopped up, edited, and slanted to make me appear misogynistic, which is untrue and why I generally don't agree to doing prerecorded interviews. Because of this disingenuous, unprofessional ambush, I have done my last prerecorded interview.

Inherent in KBKS's ambush was Sammi's accusation of me lumping all women together as golddiggers. I never said this, do not feel this way, and never felt this way. Truth be told, I believe that most women feel entitled, and I stand by that. Most does not equal all. This is exactly what I told the fab four, but that's not what they wanted you to hear.

After KBKS played my adulterated interview, when I could not respond, Sammi accused me of being ugly - her alleged reason for my attitudes. In her reprinted screed below, she invited Seattle women to Google me for proof of my ugliness. This fomented her man-haters in the listening audience to insult me. One even sent me hate-mail (also reprinted below).

People who hurl personal, ad-hominem insults during a debate are small. A radio host who purports to know my book without ever reading it is even smaller. You read that correctly: Sammi & Company never read my book. That's OK - the pusillanimous hosts and callers solidified my case (notice that there were zero male callers - they're too scared in Seattle to challenge the women), which delights me to no end.

The hot babes I've been involved with would argue with Sammi's defamatory comments about my looks, but they have too much class to lower themselves to contact Sammi. Now, I don't want to get down to Sammi's pathetic level, but I have a suggestion for her: lose the donuts and buy a gym membership.

As you know, women generally tend to attack personally when they don't like the subject matter. This is one of the main reasons men generally don't respect women. Instead of arguing with logic and reason, why not throw rocks? It's easier and feels better, right? If more fathers would be tougher parents to their daughters, this wouldn't be the case.

These KISS attackers had their fun, got their ratings, bashed men, bashed me, and ironically validated everything I've ever written about entitled women. They unintentionally enhanced the value of www.UnderTheClitoralHood.com, beyond what I could have wanted or expected. I thank them for that.


AIDS 'epidemic' among Australian homosexuals

And homosexuals don't seem to care

Forget gay marriage: the real story about homosexual Australians on this World AIDS Day is, once again and shamefully, an HIV/AIDS tragedy. This is because new figures from the University of NSW's National Centre in HIV Epidemiology and Clinical Research confirm a worrying trend. They indicate that 10 per cent to 18 per cent of the inner-city gay population of Sydney is HIV-infected. That means HIV infection rates are still rising.

By comparison, UN figures cited in The Sydney Morning Herald on Sunday claimed that Lesotho, a poor African nation, had infection rates of 20 per cent. That makes Sydney's inner city comparable to an AIDS-ravaged African nation.

But you will not hear homoactivists, medical associations, legal institutes or others, some of whom have been very vocal in their support of gay unions, campaigning for a change in the way the gay community approaches the facts of infection, or arguing for a re-evaluation of the tenets of gay liberation.

They are too busy talking about relationship equality and gay marriage, even though the only reliable study of the intentions of gay men and lesbians, the Private Lives survey conducted by La Trobe University in 2006, found the overwhelming majority of gay men did not intend to formalise their relationships at all and that most weren't even in a relationship of any kind, let alone in a union that would approach the mainstream definition of a marriage.

It is time, then, that ordinary Australians - whether same-sex attracted like me, or otherwise - stood up and demanded more from leaders and activists. It is time to clear away the politically correct nonsense, to stop focusing on fripperies such as gay marriage and other diversions and start focusing on something that will really assist gay men and the wider community: an intense campaign aimed at HIV/AIDS prevention.

Twenty five years after Gay Men's Health Crisis, ACT-UP and Australian-based anti-HIV activism first kicked off, someone has to take the blame for this outrageously long-lived, unbelievably reviving, preventable epidemic. It is time to state that a reasonably well-educated, Western gay man who contracts HIV in 2006 because of sex is at least a reckless fool, and if he deliberately brings it upon himself, at best a suicidal sociopath.

Yes, believe it or not, there is a whole gay subculture that rests upon "bug-chasing", or the despicable sport of actively seeking out or passing on HIV infection for the satisfaction of sexual or other perverse fantasies.

A great effort from within and without the gay community is needed to counter these rising infection rates and the lifestyles and political ideas that support them, not least because of the strain they put on the health system. It is time the love got tough.

The situation has become so bad that you won't even hear the local AIDS councils and other prevention or support organisations raising outraged cries or calling for more funding from UNAIDS or other bodies. They long ago resigned themselves to the fact that global and government AIDS organisations with finite resources and a substantial commitment to the African tragedy, have little time and less money for affluent idiots at risk inthe West.

Who can blame AIDS officials, however, for their pragmatic allocation of tight resources, especially if the choice is between more eduction for a fool who ignores 25 years of the same and an innocent African child who is at risk of acquiring the illness via her mother?

What a miserable situation. It must, at the very least, force a rethink of the way governments and citizens, inside and outside the gay community, approach the rising HIV infection rates.

We could start by throwing off the notion of gay pride, for there is nothing to be proud about given Sydney's HIV infection rates.

This would involve a more sober evaluation of the plight of infected gay men. AIDS victims should, rightly, be spared the stigma that too often attaches to their disease. However, unlike the early days of the epidemic, individual responsibility is, often, the key now to whether or not a man becomes infected.

Some AIDS patients are no longer, and have not been for some time, purely blameless victims of this terrible affliction. It may sound harsh to say so but it is the truth. Recognising as much could save lives.

Perhaps it is time, in 2006, to encourage the return of a proper sense of personal and collective shame, for the sake of all of us, or at least to insist upon a more public accountability for the private decisions that are too often the cause of such increases in HIV infections. Because, no matter how one looks at these miserable figures and their depressingly familiar reflections in the infection rates of New York City, San Francisco and other Western cities, pride may literally be killing us.


The above guy talks some sense but still will not name the two things that are needed if any improvement is to happen -- persuading homosexuals to keep their penises out of so many different behinds and quarantining AIDS sufferers

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