Dudes and dudettes…there are times when I’m just at a loss of words, this is one of those times. You may understand why after you’ve watched a despicable video and read about feminists griping about their so-called ‘gender tensions‘ and all the rest of their sick and twisted notions and motions that go with it. All of it is beyond the pale via my viewfinder in life…you might see thinks differently. – Each to their own.
After you read about this and click the link to watch the video if you choose to, see what your opinion is when it comes to all this entails. See if you think we can we sink much lower at this stage of life in this country, or am I just being pessimistic and worrying too much? – This is via Campus Reform:
A group of Columbia University and Barnard College alumni filmed a feminist pornographic film in the school’s Butler Library to fight what they see as “gender tension” at Columbia.
The NSFW film, titled “Initiatiøn,” was filmed as a feminist statement exploring “the rituals of American Ivy League secret societies, to the point of hysteria, highlighting our culture’s perception of female desire,” according to an article published on Gawker.
“Butler is an extremely charged space — the names emblazoned on the stone facade are, for me, a stimulant for resistance,” Tweet This
It begins with a group of girls sitting around a library table taking their shirts off. As the film progresses, the girls engage in activities including kissing, rubbing eggs on their bodies and twerking around chicken carcass.
One of the film’s creators, Columbia art and history major Coco Young, told the IvyGate blog that the library itself represented sexism at the school because only male author’s names are on the facade of the building.
Barnard College senior Sara Grace Powell, who appeared in the film, agreed.
“Butler is an extremely charged space — the names emblazoned on the stone facade are, for me, a stimulant for resistance,” she said.
“I work in Butler but sometimes feel suffocated by it … The point was to transgress the relative conservatism (and it’s history) of the space with this hysterical intervention.”
Powell also serves as a curator for the school’s Postcrypt art gallery.
Vogue contributor and the author of the Slutever blog Karley Sciortino created the film with Young.
“I haven’t made a video for Purple in a while,” Sciortino’s blog post introducing the film stated.
“If you’re in the mood for a #throwback, the most recent was a blow-job instruction video that I made with Sandy Kim last May.”
You can click this link and watch the video below here. – Warning: Very graphic!
And your thoughts about all of this are?…Fire Away – Inquiring Minds Want to Know!