What you didn't know about Hugh Hefner

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Comment by Martin Harris on October 24, 2017 at 15:49

Playboy Features TG Playmate: First issue Following Hefner’s Death

Playmate Transgender

The latest issue of Playboy features a transgender playmate, a first in the magazine’s 64-year history.
Ines Rau poses fully nude in the November/December 2017 issue, which is also the first to hit newsstands following the death of the magazine’s founder, Hugh Hefner.
The 26-year-old model has been shot for the magazine before, however, this time around marks her debut as the first official transgender playmate, which means she will appear in a full pictorial and the iconic centrefold.
Rau hails from Paris and is a successful fashion model, fronting campaigns for Balmain, appearing in Vogue Italia and commanding the catwalk at fashion weeks across the globe.
She appeared in Playboy’s May 2014 issue in a special A-Z edition, which championed a more progressive understanding of gender as non-binary.

https://uncensored.co.nz/2017/10/21/playboy-features-tg-playmate-fi...

Comment by cats pajamas on October 2, 2017 at 18:45

Martin,

you might find it interesting to look at the novels by Laurell K Hamilton. Anita Blake Vampire Hunter Series which were pre-Twilight. I read the first few, they started off pretty raunchy and rapidly descended into so much sex and violence I couldn't carry on. (The book covers say it all).

http://www.laurellkhamilton.com/book-series/

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anita_Blake:_Vampire_Hunter

And yes I'm inclined to read a fluffy romance in bed at night but now theres a whole genre that are incredibly explicit. Most of the scenarios are women playing out fantasies where they are the victim, very dangerous. Lady porn, the latest thing...I can't even go there. 50 Shades of Grey...ewwww.

Had a discussion once about pro-porn feminism with a couple of counsellors many years back. Was the tipping point when we stopped calling ourselves feminists. Its hardly liberating when they promote something which makes men AND WOMEN find rape more acceptable.

Crazy world.

Comment by Martin Harris on October 1, 2017 at 23:20

Another aspect of Porn that needs to be factored in: Female-oriented erotic novels. These are becoming both more explicit and darker, often with a supernatural theme.

It starts with relatively tame "Twilight" stories, but note that the vampires are now the good guys. This is the "gateway drug", and it leads, like the male oriented visual porn, to stronger stuff. Once again this is an important part of the all-encompassing agenda.

We are being conditioned to accept vampirism. But it's not blood their after, but your essence: Your data, your biometrics, your dna, and ultimately your soul.

I will expand on this in detail...eventually!

Comment by cats pajamas on October 1, 2017 at 13:34

Good points Martin, couldn't help thinking about this overnight.

Some of us hippies know theres an incredible healing aspect to sacred sexuality. If you're into the "big bang" theory of creation its hard not to see it as a giant celestial orgasm :-) For sure there has always been a worship of sexuality.

But whats going on with the porn industry and MSM is our reptilian brain overlords taking us down to their level. Some might not realise it but theyve operated at this level forever, they feed off the pain caused by sex and violence as an inversion of the divine sexual act. From my understanding in modern times the fat controllers gave up using the Churches to control our sexuality when they discovered how to invent movies and TV. They've gone from condemning anyone who doesn't fit the Church norms (while in secret they were engaging in the vilest behaviour possible)...to making their own behaviour completely mainstream.

If the world is run by moral relativism it wont matter if the elites get caught out running their sex magik, pedo and sex slavery rings. They can put it all down to "subjective human experience".

Porn is highly addictive. I wasn't joking about every eligible single man I've ever known being worshippers of Hugh Hefner, that's what it literally means to be under a black magic spell. 

From my experience of the silence around sexual misconduct issue...well its as massive as the silence around electromagnetic warfare and everything else. That's why I keep on talking about it.

Comment by Martin Harris on September 30, 2017 at 21:37

Pornography. It's been with us since forever. I've seen porn painted onto cave walls tens of thousands of years ago, so it isn't going away anytime soon. I guess it depends on how one defines "pornography". I think we can all agree there are plenty of things about the Porn Industry that are bad, and they are pushing some dark agendas. A I've mentioned before, they are chipping away at incest. Some people will try drugs, some won't, but everyone is interested in sex at some point in their lives!

A look at what's on offer at "free" (there's always a price of some sort, not necessarily monetary!) porn sites like Pornhub and Youporn will reveal a bewildering variety of explicit sexual shenanigans on offer. Some of it is surprisingly romantic and passionate, while other stuff is simply bizarre or shocking. They even offer a "Female friendly" category. BUT is no different from any other addictive drug: You might start looking at the "tame" or "erotic" clips, but curiousity gets the better of you, and before ya know it, you're on the slippery slope into the sick stuff.  

You've got to wonder about some of the actors and actresses too: How did these people find themselves drawn into this industry and why? I guess there are as many answers to that as there are varieties of sexual fetishism! 

I recall the story of Linda Lovelace, a woman who was definitely mind controlled and hypnotised throughout her porn career. I believe she wrote a book about her experiences, and I should try and obtain it if anyone knows what it's title is? (will research).

Just remember who really owns and controls the porn industry and what their aims are: Viewer beware!

Comment by cats pajamas on September 30, 2017 at 20:50

P.S. I kinda wanted to add links on how the porn industry enables sexual abuse but ran out of steam...can't be arsed wading through search engines. Much of the real information from proper studies has disappeared of late, superceeded by the pro-porn lobby that exist in high places.

And I hope Lauren Ayers doesn't take this as a personal attack... its just I have to speak up for the many people I've met in my life that don't have a voice on this subject, but really really should.

Nothing like the voice of experience.

Comment by cats pajamas on September 30, 2017 at 20:33

In response to Lauren Ayers comment, the way I read the tone of the clip was that it points to the attempt to take down the morality and culture of the west by some very sick people behind the scenes.

Personally, I have some awesome gay/lesbian friends and got to meet some trans people over the years so no ...I don't worry about anyone that isn't harming others. Met enough middle class allegedly "normal" hetero folk that do terrible things behind closed doors to know you have to take people as they come.

But having been taken into confidence by many sexual abuse survivors I find the lack of understanding about true consent is seriously disturbing. The grim personal, social and health costs of supporting the sexually abused is a tragedy the media likes to leave well out of the picture.

As far as how porn affects people, our brains interpret what they see on screen and in pictures as real life. To the subconscious mind there is no difference between symbols/pictures or "'screen life"... and "'real life". Its the greatest tool the MK Ultra media has up their sleeve. Looking at symbols/pictures and what we see on screen literally programs our minds.

From the reports of sex industry survivors, what may look like adults having consensual sex on screen or in magazines is often nothing more than coercion and/or drug rape of people who are desperate, naïve or been compromised. Considering our whole legal system is set up to protect predators, well... its not surprising most don't understand the true scale or dynamics of whats going on.

The question "if that was happening in your own lounge right in front of your eyes would that be Ok?"...with porn I'd say no, not so much.

Yes there are good things about how we are more open about sex, my grandmother told me of times when women never knew how their reproductive system worked and the control of women was so bad they couldn't leave the house without a male chaperone. Mostly, older survivors of sexual abuse didn't have words for it because it was never spoken of. The perpetuation of violence by silence..so I'm glad that children are taught whats appropriate and whats not despite the fact it creeps people out.

But the goal posts got shifted so much we now the sinister agenda. Recent efforts to get children to question their gender identity for example, too much too soon. Things have tipped from genuine concern over the welfare of women and sexual minorities to a full blown covert op via mainstream media and the porn industry to enact the wishes of Alestiar Crowley on an unsuspecting population.

This is where the unravelling lies.

Comment by Lauren Ayers on September 30, 2017 at 17:45

There may be a lot of truth in what the video says about Kinsey, and it's is very wrong that he exploited children. But the video lost a lot of credibility with me when it claims legalization of pronography and legalization of abortion are bad. Consenting adults who harm no one are none of my business. Having the state ban and indict pedophilia is good, and it's also good when children learn in school in health class that if an adult takes advantage of them with unwanted touching they have a right to seek help from other adults. But it's not good to ban erotic media about adult sex-- that would curtail the freedom we praise as Americans. Next these Puritanical bossy boots will say gay and lesbian people choose that lifestyle and should change, and cannot legally marry and have families. Pathetic.

Comment by cats pajamas on September 30, 2017 at 15:55

Hefner was the hero of every single guy I've ever known or attempted a relationship with, in two different countries.

Needless to say I've never held down a romance for longer than a few years. Not saying I'm perfect, not by a long shot...just ask the ex :-). But when all potential mates are that enamoured by the destruction of the divine feminine and sacred masculine I have to give myself a break for being single for 15 years.

15 years, sheesh.

Most of that time Ive spent processing the damage done to myself by the culture pornography represents. We have SO much to work on people, but I'm glad theres men waking up to how sick pornography actually is.

I literally have a young pal writing me from prison who got hooked on internet porn had no idea the direct damage it does, mostly to women and girls...but also men who are coerced into it to.

Some of us know what goes on behind the scenes, not pretty.

I'm not Christian in any sense of the traditional ways but I do get the Redemption offered by Christ is there for anyone who chooses. On that note I hope Hefner has an interesting place in the afterlife to work on his issues, my guess he will be keeping interesting company.

Karmas a bitch Hefner & Kinsey... good luck with that.

Comment by Elana Freeland on September 30, 2017 at 2:43

A primary tragedy behind the downfall of the United States is how Americans have been conditioned to idolize, idealize, and lavishly fund "science" and "scientists." Kinsey and his team of pedophiles behind The Kinsey Report are only one excellent example. What she doesn't mention is the role of the CIA (founded by high-ranking Nazis) throughout the Cold War in promulgating ANYTHING that undermines morality and ethics. "The whole nation has been raped." - Dr. Judith Reisman

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