by James Nimmo
(OKLAHOMA CITY) Not wanting to get too explicit about basic human sexual techniques I can't help notice that so much of human disagreement at a low level of public conversation comes down to either analogous or physical illustrations of body penetration in a sexual context.
We've seen with , a man who wants to lead one of the most powerful countries in the world, that he's willing to stoop to a low level of vernacular public language in order to attract the flat-earth variety of voter who believes in a geo-centric 6,000 year-old earth. His remarks about putting a flag pole where the sun doesn't shine regarding the Confederate flag controversy is one example.
Yes, human power can operate at the lowest level of human respect for those who disagree with us and the fastest way to connect with many people is to graphically use the example of rape towards the perceived enemy. A frustrated Vice-president Dick Cheney used the same tactic in referring to with a vulgar act of self-stimulation in the Senate chamber.
Just as violent rape of women by men is described as an attempt at power, with nothing to do with lust, so is the use of sexual penetration by antagonists used to inculcate their ideas of power and superiority at the basest level of human society.