What About Now?


I'm surprised I haven't mentioned how fucking cool these guys are: http://www.foodfightgrocery.com/

You'll notice that I added a new link under Political Site for Sensual Liberation Army. It's a blog that post progressive political information and articles intermingled with links to porn and nude sites. Their motto is: See some nudes/Save the world. I'm not exactly sure how I feel about it but it's definitely an interesting way to get peoples attention on to politics and they do discuss and link to a lot of good stuff that needs to get out there. Plus they are pretty sex positive. I've noticed that some of the porn stuff they link to isn't so positive (at least in my opinion) but they themselves are all about freedom of sexuality, self-expression through the human body, and just plain being an adult and recognizing sex as something fun.


You'll also notice I added "Wake Up and Smell the Fascism." This rise of Christian Fascism is something that really freaks me out. I try not to be too paranoid about it but all the signs are there. It just boils down to whether the majority of American people will actually put up with it and allow everything to go down hill. Four years ago I would have said "Hell no, the American people won't let this happen." But look at where we are today. I just don't know anymore. To me this is all beyond conservative or liberal. If one section of society loses their rights we all do. We as a nation need to wake up and realize there is one thing that can still unite us as citizens: actually being free in the U.S. Why can't we recapture the spirit of a nation that created a flag with a snake ready to strike that said "Don't Tread on Me." Where did the lust for liberty go? No government is perfect. They all suffer from human nature. At least throughout our history we've made progress and confronted some of the obvious contradictions of our system. But what about now? Where are people's sense of irony?

PS. Speaking of fascism: In twenty-four hours I'll be watching the rise of Lord Vader.

1 comments:

dvd | 10:36 AM

I don't know about that Sensual Liberation Army - the political side seems more like an afterthought than anything else. And some of those pictures are g-ross.

I think Suicide Girls is actually far more progressive, just by virtue of the subtle details associated with the site.