Knights of Walpurgis

The Most Ancient Livelihood

In Uncategorized on January 20, 2018 at 5:42 pm

Yeah, you know it. Prostitution. For some reason, people still revile whores. In this day and age, where consent is taken, taken back, and even seized, the appeal of prostitution is significant. They have the purest form of consent in the sense that the act is treated as a transaction, not as a sacrament or an expression of love (I’m totally cringing as I write this). Consent is not needed because it is implicit in the transaction. Of course, escorts can take it back anytime during the deed but, as most of these things are, money is given after the act (though some prefer to do it prior to the act), and this seals the contract. The threat of non-payment is what keeps consent in check. There could also be stipulations as to what the customer and the personal service provider (PSP), can do and agreeing to meet with the escort would mean accepting these terms and agreement.

Dating is somewhat similar. Women refuse to acknowledge what they want. Dining, going to the movies, and other such socially acceptable deeds, are transactions as well, costing discrete monetary amounts. Sex (the end point of the transaction), is not a guarantee. So what makes whoring different? Is it the efficiency of the transaction with the eventual end goal?


Sent Dic Pics Mean Love

In Uncategorized on November 12, 2017 at 3:37 pm

Far from the common belief that pictures of the male genitalia being vulgar and reprehensible, dick pics are artworks and show authentic human attraction between different or same sex.

I was browsing instagram, a well-known platform for hookers and hookers-who-claim-they-are-just-models when one of my contacts posted a dick pic in her instagram story. It was sent by an admirer, claiming that she made him ejaculate multiple times and she made him grow to seven inches! This was posted in her instagram story (which disappear after twenty-four hours) but she did not blur the image of the penis, she did not censor the name of the sender, and, worst of all, she vandalized this work of art by claiming that it does not look like seven inches, but more like three inches. To be fair to the sender, it looks quite long and beautiful, if that indeed is his copulatory organ.

The penis is a potent symbol of male virility, so much so that, in general, almost all cultures view a large member as more masculine and more powerful. The Greeks are the exception to the rule with their depiction of the small penis as more aesthetically pleasing to differentiate themselves from the barbarians who sometimes fought with them, sans clothing with their dicks in display.

Scientists also found that one of the reasons why males have a larger penis-to-body ratio compared with other apes is because human males are bipedal creatures and natural selection has chosen the big penis. An indicator that size does matter since the big cock genes are passed from parent to offspring. So sending a penis image is a truly natural act, in the sense that ever since the beginning of time, ancient man has practiced exhibitionism to some degree.

Sending a dick pic means vulnerability. The man’s most private part is shown to the world to see but it is sent to the person that the male trusts. It means, “I am vulnerable for you because I love you.” Exposing oneself to ridicule and shame but knowing that nothing else matters but what your lover thinks, that is love.

-B. I.


On Whang Od: Social Justice Warriors React!

In Uncategorized on October 23, 2017 at 7:44 pm

In the cacophony of voices, one voice remains silent: the center of the controversy, Whang Od herself. Some say she was exploited, others claim that she was given justice and the art was properly showcased. Again, the best person to answer this is Whang Od herself.

Did she feel exploited? I think that she is wise beyond her years to know if she is being taken advantage of by the organizers of the event. Or maybe people assumed that since she is a katutubo, she does not know when people are using her! Come on, you are giving too much credit to yourself and making her appear the fool.

I know the importance of the cultural context by which people get the tattoos from her. But do we have to do the same? Do we have to kill another person, present the head, and get the tattoo as a symbol of a successful hunt? In that case, what the tourists do, whether local or foreign, is misappropriating the proper use of the tribal markings. Some would say that you need to journey to Buscayan to be able to be worthy of the tattoo, as if it is a price that is coveted but if we compare this “sacrifice” to the effort that they put in this endeavor with what the headhunters do, these tourists would not be worthy of the tattoo as well!

You do not have to go to Buscayan to appreciate her culture. What we need is to study and preserve this indigenous art. Showcasing her skills and artwork in the Metro would be the best way to do so.