Thursday, October 22, 2009

Excerpt from a book I've yet to finish writing...

Mgambe grabbed a fistful of Gina’s luxurious black hair. With a jerk, he yanked her to her feet.

Gina cried, tears springing to her eyes.

“Ow! That hurts…”

“That’s the point.”

Mgambe was holding her high, so Gina had to stand on tip-toes to prevent him yanking her hair from her scalp.

“Now let me get a look at you.”

Off balance, she was helpless to prevent him spinning her around. She wailed, the pressure on her scalp increasing.

Mgambe ignored her cries. He was peering down at the naked housewife with a hungry look in his eyes.

“Oh, you’re lovely.”

Still holding her hair, he used his other hand to stroke Gina’s smooth, tan skin.
She whimpered. His big hand was rough and calloused.

Mgambe’s rough palm slid up her hip, before gently cupping one of her big, heavy breasts.

Mgambe squeezed.

“Plump like a ripe grapefruit,” his half-hard cock had swollen to salute, rising like a flagpole from his crotch. “You are an attractive little thing, aren’t you?”

With that he released the grip on Gina’s hair and she fell gratefully back to her chair.

As her naked butt hit the plastic, she realized she was eye-level with Mgambe’s crotch. His thick, brown cock was pointing angrily in her face.

His thick fingers wrapped themselves around her hair again.

“Now,” tugging her hair, Mgambe yanked Gina’s face towards his crotch. “I’m sure you have no confusion at what I expect from you.”

“I…”

Slap! Mgambe’s palm left a stinging imprint on her cheek.

“Do as you’re told, slut.”

Gina submissively opened her mouth.

Mgambe threw his head back as he felt the warm wetness envelope his straining dick.
The wet sound of suckling echoed off the walls of the interrogation room.

The big African peered down.

Gina was sucking him obediently, her lips stretched wide to accommodate his thick cock. Saliva dribbled down her chin as she engulfed the throbbing head of his penis.

“Good girl,” he murmured, using his grip on her hair to force her further onto his cock. “Use your tongue like a good little slut.”

The slurping grew louder.

Mgambe reveled in the sensation. Gina was gifted. He knew from experience that his big dick was bigger than most women could comfortably handle – yet his prisoner was doing a fine job pleasuring him with her talented lips and tongue.

As she worked, he appraised the rest of her body. The big, pendulous breasts with their sharp, brown nipples. Her round, ripe bottom…

He had ambitions for that…

Tuesday, October 13, 2009

Nancy McDermott tells intactivists to 'cut the crap.'

The fact is, routine circumcision of infants is just plain wrong. The foreskin is not a birth defect - but trying to argue that fact with parents is next to impossible.

Any parent whose had their son circumcised will immediately take a defensive position if you start to list the ethical and medical implications that contraindicate this unnecessary surgery - and you really can't blame them for doing so!

Any discussion about the ethics of circumcision leaves that parent feeling like you're personally attacking the decision they've made.

They circumcised their son because they thought it was the best decision for him - as loving, responsible (but ultimately ill-informed) parents. However, when you start discussing circumcision, it invariably leaves those same parents feel like you're accusing them of mutilating their child, being terrible parents and scarring him both mentally and physically for life.

Which is why we'll never have a decent discussion about why circumcision is wrong - and that means this disgusting 'routine procedure' will probably continue well into the future.

But even totally understanding why parents don't want to talk about circumcision - because it hints that they made a poor parenting decision - still doesn't excuse articles like this:
Circumcision: cut the crap
by Nancy McDermott

Intactivists’ who claim that being circumcised abused their human rights, and ruined their sex lives, should get a grip. Full story here.
In this badly written article, Nancy McDermott neatly marginalizes all adult males who feel that their parent's decision to circumcise them at birth was the wrong one.

They should 'cut the crap' she argues - and stop trying to prevent other children from suffering the same fate they did (even if, twenty years from now, they'll end up equally enraged by the ill-informed decision their parents made by permanently altering their genitals.)

McDermott rattles off the tired, ignorant mantra of the pro-circumcision lobby, but neatly sidesteps the facts that undermine her argument. After all, tackling the issue is not what this article's meant to be about.

As a mother, she just wants to make herself feel better about the decision she made - and offer similar reassurance to the thousands of parents left wondering if they made the right decision when they lopped off perfectly healthy flesh from their children's genitals.

Nancy McDermott's article isn't completely worthless, though. It shows that parents are listening, even if they don't like what they hear. All the noise about the ethical implications of routine circumcision seems to be finally getting through.

Desperate, pitiful articles like hers offer evidence that more and more parents are beginning to question the social norms that left their children incomplete - and that means the disgusting practice of routine infant circumcision might have a shelf life.