That says an awful lot, culturally, about what kind of ass play is and isn’t viewed as fully okay. Set aside, briefly, the pervasive hangups about butts that are seemingly separate from, but almost certainly subconsciously intertwined with gender and sexuality; that they’re dirty, smelly, and even sinful sites, making anilingus an act so deviant that even Alfred Kinsey never studied nor referred to it. If asses are just newfangled knottier vaginas, the act of having your ass licked is innately one of feminization. Through the lens of heteronormativity and patriarchy, anilingus is for everybody―that is, as long as the bodies being acted?upon are female.
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As the author of a lengthy profile of Martin (the same one Dowd references in her column), I can offer eyewitness testimony to contradict that. The Martin book signing I observed in Pasadena, Calif., drew a crowd of about 300, and it was the most diverse group of readers – in race and age as well as in gender –?of any bookstore event I’ve ever attended. (I wonder how Lorrie Moore holds up in that department.) But let’s not rekindle the preposterously operatic outrage that Bellafante’s misbegotten review provoked among fantasy fans. “Game of Thrones” has since proven itself a palpable hit with all kinds of viewers, HBO’s biggest since “The Sopranos.”
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I think it’s a good idea to leave the Watson statue where it now is, but put up a historical marker explaining what Tom Watson did. Tom Watson is an interesting man. His career had an arc of its?own. Martin Luther King famously said, “The moral universe has an arc toward justice.” Tom Watson’s career had an arc toward?injustice.
Set, according to Artie, in the Swiss Alps village of Gstaad, there was a kind of alternate-universe feeling to the whole production, as if it were unfolding not on a public-TV soundstage in Lima but in a blandly benevolent dream space — one in which the characters all got along fantastically well and never cut each other down in public or stole each other’s boyfriends and girlfriends, and one in which it was possible to call Christmas “Christmas” rather than “the holidays” without seeming exclusionary. Herbie the Elf — sorry, Rory the Irish exchange student — even invoked “A Charlie Brown Christmas” by reciting from the New Testament, Linus-style. (“Lights, please.”) During a season in which “Glee” feels even more slapped-together than it already did, this charming interlude was a reminder of what the show can do when it puts its mind to it.
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