Weird Sex

LordRsmacker

Abominable Snowman
Joined
May 1, 2006
Messages
607
Likes
251
Points
79
Deviant sex crime of the future..........
According to a Customs officer I know, there is a massive rise in the amount of those really lifelike sex dolls being imported into this country. The problem is that they are sex dolls that look like children. It apparently isn't an offence to procure such a thing, and if they intercept a consignment, all they can do is flag the buyer (rather than go round and burn his house down, which would be my reaction).

Actually, I wonder if it's better for paedophiles to be getting ultra-lifelike dolls, rather than luring in real youngsters (or becoming Members of Parliament) ? Nah, sod it, let's burn them...
 

escargot

Beloved of Ra
Joined
Aug 24, 2001
Messages
23,489
Likes
15,575
Points
309
'sexually violating a body that was lying in a coffin' - see now, how do you do that? I can see problems.

1. The coffin is in a fridge. No space for shenanigans.
or
2. The coffin is on a stand of some kind. It'd overbalance and fall off.

3. When you get into the coffin to have sex, you'd have to position the corpse first or you'd get nowhere.
 

maximus otter

Recovering policeman
Joined
Aug 9, 2001
Messages
3,304
Likes
5,436
Points
234
...sex dolls that look like children. It apparently isn't an offence to procure such a thing, and if they intercept a consignment, all they can do is flag the buyer...
Not correct.

Child sex dolls have been held to be obscene items since this case in 2017.

That means that it’s illegal to import them under the provisions of s.50(3) of the Customs and Excise Management Act 1979.

It is, however, not yet a specific offence simply to possess one.

maximus otter
 

Cochise

Justified & Ancient
Joined
Jun 17, 2011
Messages
4,647
Likes
3,777
Points
159
According to a Customs officer I know, there is a massive rise in the amount of those really lifelike sex dolls being imported into this country. The problem is that they are sex dolls that look like children. It apparently isn't an offence to procure such a thing, and if they intercept a consignment, all they can do is flag the buyer (rather than go round and burn his house down, which would be my reaction).

Actually, I wonder if it's better for paedophiles to be getting ultra-lifelike dolls, rather than luring in real youngsters (or becoming Members of Parliament) ? Nah, sod it, let's burn them...
They don't all look like children - if you want one that looks like a child then you have to pick it. There are adult looking ones as well - in fact the vast majority. So yes, someone ordering the child ones would deserve flagging. It's concerning that there is sufficient demand for them for some industrial combine in China to start churning them out.
 

maximus otter

Recovering policeman
Joined
Aug 9, 2001
Messages
3,304
Likes
5,436
Points
234
Egyptian woman imprisoned for 3 years for 'sexually harassing' a monkey:

An Egyptian court has sentenced a 25-year-old woman to three years in prison for 'sexually harassing' a monkey in the country's north, state daily Al-Ahram reported Friday.

A court in Mansoura city charged Basma Ahmed with 'inciting debauchery' and 'committing an obscene act in public', a judicial source told the newspaper.



She was arrested in October after a 90-second video of the incident went viral, particularly among young people and students, Al-Ahram said.

The video shows Ahmed laughing while touching the genitals of a monkey at a pet shop in the Nile Delta city and making sexual innuendos as people around her chuckle.

At court she 'confessed... to the incident but said she did not mean to commit an indecent act and that she had been tickling the monkey'.

The video sparked a fierce backlash online in the conservative Muslim country.

Officials said that Ahmed is not a first-time offender and has previously been charged in two other 'public moral' cases.

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/ar...ed-three-years-sexually-harassing-monkey.html

Dejected monkey Steve Jeffreys (not his real name) yesterday:



"She never calls, she never texts: Was our love a lie?"

maximus otter
 
Last edited:
Joined
Aug 19, 2003
Messages
46,817
Likes
17,197
Points
284
Location
Eblana
Egyptian woman imprisoned for 3 years for 'sexually harassing' a monkey:

An Egyptian court has sentenced a 25-year-old woman to three years in prison for 'sexually harassing' a monkey in the country's north, state daily Al-Ahram reported Friday.

A court in Mansoura city charged Basma Ahmed with 'inciting debauchery' and 'committing an obscene act in public', a judicial source told the newspaper.



She was arrested in October after a 90-second video of the incident went viral, particularly among young people and students, Al-Ahram said.

The video shows Ahmed laughing while touching the genitals of a monkey at a pet shop in the Nile Delta city and making sexual innuendos as people around her chuckle.

At court she 'confessed... to the incident but said she did not mean to commit an indecent act and that she had been tickling the monkey'.

The video sparked a fierce backlash online in the conservative Muslim country.

Officials said that Ahmed is not a first-time offender and has previously been charged in two other 'public moral' cases.

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/ar...ed-three-years-sexually-harassing-monkey.html

Dejected monkey Steve Jeffreys (not his real name) yesterday:



"She never calls, she never texts: Was our love a lie?"

maximus otter
She was never gibbon a chance.
 

Swifty

doesn't negotiate with terriers
Joined
Sep 15, 2013
Messages
23,051
Likes
25,362
Points
284
Egyptian woman imprisoned for 3 years for 'sexually harassing' a monkey:

An Egyptian court has sentenced a 25-year-old woman to three years in prison for 'sexually harassing' a monkey in the country's north, state daily Al-Ahram reported Friday.

A court in Mansoura city charged Basma Ahmed with 'inciting debauchery' and 'committing an obscene act in public', a judicial source told the newspaper.



She was arrested in October after a 90-second video of the incident went viral, particularly among young people and students, Al-Ahram said.

The video shows Ahmed laughing while touching the genitals of a monkey at a pet shop in the Nile Delta city and making sexual innuendos as people around her chuckle.

At court she 'confessed... to the incident but said she did not mean to commit an indecent act and that she had been tickling the monkey'.

The video sparked a fierce backlash online in the conservative Muslim country.

Officials said that Ahmed is not a first-time offender and has previously been charged in two other 'public moral' cases.

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/ar...ed-three-years-sexually-harassing-monkey.html

Dejected monkey Steve Jeffreys (not his real name) yesterday:



"She never calls, she never texts: Was our love a lie?"

maximus otter
We've all been there.
 

AlienView

"Stargate Explorer"
Joined
Aug 11, 2017
Messages
161
Likes
104
Points
44
Location
Cyberspace
Today's question for the thinking mans {or womens] study of Human sexuality:

It may soon be possible to 'clone' Humans, even clone yourself; currently not possible or legal, someone rich
may still opt to have it done as soon as possible.

Say you have yourself cloned in the opposite sex - A biological clone of you in the other sex {for this question
we will consider only two sexes and leave transgender for another post}.

Say you are attracted to, and fall in love with yourself cloned to the opposite sex
- Could you or should you be considered guilty of incest if you have sex with your cloned self ?
 

Coal

Polymath Renaissance Man, Italian Wiccan Anarchist
Joined
Jun 27, 2015
Messages
8,296
Likes
9,523
Points
279
Today's question for the thinking mans {or womens] study of Human sexuality:

It may soon be possible to 'clone' Humans, even clone yourself; currently not possible or legal, someone rich
may still opt to have it done as soon as possible.

Say you have yourself cloned in the opposite sex - A biological clone of you in the other sex {for this question
we will consider only two sexes and leave transgender for another post}.

Say you are attracted to, and fall in love with yourself cloned to the opposite sex
- Could you or should you be considered guilty of incest if you have sex with your cloned self ?
Ans: Get outside and do something useful with your life.
 

maximus otter

Recovering policeman
Joined
Aug 9, 2001
Messages
3,304
Likes
5,436
Points
234
Could you or should you be considered guilty of incest if you have sex with your cloned self ?
Not under s.64 of the Sexual Offences Act 2003: Shag away!

64 Sex with an adult relative: penetration

(1) A person aged 16 or over (A) [F1(subject to subsection (3A))] commits an offence if—

(a) he intentionally penetrates another person’s vagina or anus with a part of his body or anything else, or penetrates another person’s mouth with his penis,

(b) the penetration is sexual,

(c) the other person (B) is aged 18 or over,

(d) A is related to B in a way mentioned in subsection (2), and

(e) A knows or could reasonably be expected to know that he is related to B in that way.

(2) The ways that A may be related to B are as parent, grandparent, child, grandchild, brother, sister, half-brother, half-sister, uncle, aunt, nephew or niece.”

maximus otter
 

uair01

Justified & Ancient
Joined
Apr 12, 2005
Messages
2,110
Likes
1,296
Points
169
Location
Rotterdam
Bought in the sale at Verso Books: https://www.versobooks.com/books/1605-lacan
Discovered new things about a famous painting: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/L'Origine_du_monde

Lacan: In Spite Of Everything (Élisabeth Roudinesco)
It is precisely because in his view woman’s genitals are impossible to represent, speak and name that in 1954, on Bataille’s advice, Lacan acquired Gustave Courbet’s famous painting L’Origine du monde, done in 1866 for an Ottoman diplomat, Khalil-Bey, who lived in Paris. In it we find, in all their nudity, the open genitals of a woman just after the convulsions of love – that is, what is not shown and what is not referred to, if we set aside the discourses and sites reserved for pornography.
The canvas caused a scandal and stunned both the Goncourt brothers, who deemed it beautiful ‘like the flesh of a Correggio’, and Maxime Du Camp, who regarded it as ‘filth’ fit only to illustrate the works of the Marquis de Sade.
After the diplomat’s death, the painting disappeared from view, passing from one private collection to another. It turned up in Budapest during the Second World War, when the Nazis seized it, and then passed into the hands of the Soviet victors, finally being resold to collectors. In the course of these travels, it had been covered with a panel of wood on which a landscape had been painted intended to conceal the eroticism, deemed too horrifying, of these genitals in the raw state.
Shocked by the sight of wide-open female genitals, which resembled those of Bataille’s Madame Edwarda (1941), Sylvia Lacan asked her brother-in-law André Masson, husband of her sister Rose, to do a second painting to cover Courbet’s. The painter created a wooden cover representing a different set of female genitals, abstract and far removed from the real ones imagined by Courbet. When we view this sketch by Masson, we have the impression that he is presenting a puritanical imitation of the original genitals, because it is a simulated representation of them. In short, a neo-painting had repressed the original work, while exhibiting it.
In 1994, after Sylvia’s death, the canvas was donated to the Musée d’Orsay. Divested of its fig leaf, and free of any control, L’Origine du monde is now exposed to the eyes of all.
There have been numerous copies of Courbet’s painting by different painters, sometimes to conceal its subversive power, sometimes to proclaim it. But it was in 1989 that a feminist visual artist, Orlan, partisan of perverse sex, performance art, transvestism, body surgery and revisitation of works in the western pictorial tradition, realized the most stunning Lacanian version of the painting: an erect phallus in lieu of the woman’s genitals. With this ‘work’ entitled The Origin of War, Orlan sought to unmask what the painting concealed by fusing the unrepresentable ‘thing’ and its denegated fetish.
 
Top