Fear and Loathing: Porn talk now mainstream in Staunton

Fear and Loathing in Staunton column by Chris Graham
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“Reducing the inventory down to one-on-one doesn’t do anything for me.” Wow, Ray. What would do it for you? Solo scenes?

The Crusade that Robertson has spent your tax dollars to fight sure has done what we’d all hoped. Oh, yeah. Because what we all wanted was an excuse to discuss in great detail with friends and complete strangers alike the kinds of sex scenes that appear in pornographic films.

It’s almost to a point where you have to wonder if the publicly puritanical Robertson isn’t secretly getting his jollies out of being, ahem, forced to talk at length about double-penetration or, as he let slip in his chat with The News Leader earlier this week, his understanding that the jury that he empaneled in the trial of Rick Krial and After Hours Video found a video obscene because of scenes involving anal sex immediately followed by oral sex.

“It’s pretty sick stuff,” Robertson told the paper, after sharing with the Leader that he believes that Krial’s attorney has advised his client to rid his store of DVDs that display multiple-partner sex in an effort to comply with “community standards.”

For those keeping score at home, we’ve talked about one-on-one, solo, jollies, length, anal-oral and multiple-partner sex in a span of 350 words. I’d say it would be hard to do that otherwise without trying to be intentionally provocative, but then I’d probably get in trouble with Nannystate Ray for using the words “hard” and “provocative” in the same sentence.

Bada bing.

 

Does this strike anyone else but me as being odd that somebody so worried about protecting his town would in so doing make the very thing that he wants to protect his town from so blasted mainstream?

I dunno, maybe I’m an army of one on this one.

Probably a good thing, considering the “community standards.”

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