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Started by TheVoiceOfReason on Sep 3, 2020 9:15:19 AM
Do YOU have "intersectional desires"?

Countersexual Manifesto by Paul B Preciado features concepts revolving around countersexual practices, which is defined as including the use of dildos, the eroticization of the anus, and the establishment of contractual BDSM relationships. Sexual reclamation of the anus as an erotic zone disrupts theories of sexuality and economy especially those that view the core division of labor: separating males (penises) as producers and females (vaginas) as reproducers. The lovely foreword written by bisexual activist Amber Rose is just icing on this sweet, sexually liberating, and educational cake of intersectional desire.

https://www.advocate.com/books/2019/12/31/22-lgbtq-books-about-sex-feminism-and-intersectional-desires

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Agaliarept - 03 Sep 2020 09:57:51 (#1 of 58)

RECLAIM THE ANUS!

Rendered - 03 Sep 2020 09:59:04 (#2 of 58)

Hands off!

tasselhoff - 03 Sep 2020 10:06:11 (#3 of 58)

Arjuna - 03 Sep 2020 10:09:38 (#4 of 58)

My arse!

Arjuna - 03 Sep 2020 10:14:19 (#5 of 58)

In a new introduction to the English edition, Preciado argues that 3D printing will soon enable us to print our own sexual organs, imaging that this will then enable us to invent entirely new shapes—and that these new sexual organs will engender their own novel desires.

Sabacious - 03 Sep 2020 10:15:01 (#6 of 58)

What a knob.

CarlosFandango - 03 Sep 2020 10:15:35 (#7 of 58)

<Izzard> Cake or Arse? </Izzard>

Moschops - 03 Sep 2020 10:15:39 (#8 of 58)

An early adopter

https://www.ebay.co.uk/i/303152936538

FrankieTeardrop - 03 Sep 2020 10:18:00 (#9 of 58)

In a new introduction to the English edition, Preciado argues that 3D printing will soon enable us to print our own sexual organs, imaging that this will then enable us to invent entirely new shapes—and that these new sexual organs will engender their own novel desires.


Why, though?

I'm reminded of the Steve Coogan character who reanimated Chapman Baxter's last victim, and wanted his own tower

Rendered - 03 Sep 2020 10:18:37 (#10 of 58)

JUS-TICE

FrankieTeardrop - 03 Sep 2020 10:19:58 (#11 of 58)

Beverley Wintergreen's response: "Why, though? Why can't you just leave things the way they are?"

CarlosFandango - 03 Sep 2020 10:21:36 (#12 of 58)

Cake and 3D printing?

What is wrong with these twats?

(Dunno but I'm gonna print me a better one hur hur hur)

Rendered - 03 Sep 2020 10:22:05 (#13 of 58)

My 3D printer goes up to 11

Arjuna - 03 Sep 2020 10:24:08 (#14 of 58)

Don't eat cake

Arjuna - 03 Sep 2020 10:25:31 (#15 of 58)

It seems to be about ramming dildos up your arse, not sure how that effects the economy.

CarlosFandango - 03 Sep 2020 10:25:49 (#16 of 58)

Ah... I see what's wrong. It's from the late 1990s.

CarlosFandango - 03 Sep 2020 10:27:51 (#17 of 58)

not sure how that effects the economy.

Let's think in terms of spectacular ROI. Eye-watering Return On Insertion.

CarlosFandango - 03 Sep 2020 10:29:47 (#18 of 58)

Fascinating as this engagingly prurient nonsense is, I have a budget to prepare. Gonna need more lube.

Dubris - 03 Sep 2020 20:54:21 (#19 of 58)

What's changed? I'd have thought that human beings would have been shoving inanimate objects up their bums for almost as long as there have been human bums. That's tens of thousands of years of sexually reclaimed anuses.

HouseOfLametta - 03 Sep 2020 20:57:29 (#20 of 58)

Have you ever seen something that's 3d printed?

They're sort of serrated.

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