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November 8, 2006

Jerking Off Kills Kittens

One thing that reviewing porn has done for me is cured me of my hardcore bias. I must admit that before I wasn't so much into the type of masturbation sites one finds under Various Porn. Slowly over time, I've begun to realize that just as I wouldn't want to limit my real sex life by ruling out activities other than the standard oral sex or intercourse, why should my virtual experiences be anymore limited? Take for example, one site that peaked, my interest, Give Me Pink.

I was a tad surprised that Peacock missed the most obvious lyrical reference to the site name. Although it didn't get much higher than the Number 27 on Billboard's Hot 100, Aerosmith's song "Pink" certainly had some choice lines in it. Perhaps, it was meant to be subtle ode to loving all things female, but with a phrase, such as "Pink as the bing on your cherry," it's hard not to read some fairly graphic symbolism into the song.

If it's any consolation, it apparently made it to #19 in Latvia. Oh, those naughty Latvians! It might never have reached the pinnacles of glory as did "Love in an Elevator" but it remains a band favorite and was one of the few songs from the album Nine Lives that has consistently been played throughout Aerosmith's tours. Meanwhile, the site GiveMePink takes the top position in the category.

Close-ups of the pink stuff definitely make me reminisce for my early days of porn. My first job in a convenience store, I used to ogle the dirty magazines behind the counter when business was slow. One image of an extreme full-page shot of a woman's vagina being spread open by some dangerous looking bright red fingernails is permanently etched into my mind, even 16 years later.

As too the consequences of thinking pink too often, I think the lives of kittens are hardly in question. However, depending on how you choose to cleanup after, you might want to think green instead. Use a towel or a sock instead of tissues. It might just save a few trees at least.

Posted by Will Peters at November 8, 2006 1:01 AM

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