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November 07, 2013

GUNS & AMMO fires writer for talking about gun control

Even suggesting limitations on gun ownership is grounds for exile from conservative society. 'Guns & Ammo' Editor Apologizes To Outraged Readers For Publishing Pro-Gun Control Column
Jim Bequette, an editor for the popular “Guns & Ammo” magazine, issued an apology Tuesday after outraged readers seized upon a pro-gun control column in its December issue which argued that gun regulations didn't infringe upon the Second Amendment. "The fact is that all Constitutional rights are regulated, always have been, and need to be," said contributing editor and author Dick Metcalf, noting that the rights of Americans to express themselves in speech and assembly also come with some limitations. "I firmly believe that all U.S. citizens have a right to keep and bear arms, but I do not believe that they have a right to use them irresponsibly," he added. Readers threatened to boycott the magazine and cancel their subscriptions until Dick Metcalf was fired. In a lengthy note published on the "Guns & Ammo" website, Bequette apologized and explained he only wanted to spur a "healthy exchange of ideas." "I once again offer my personal apology. I understand what our valued readers want. I understand what you believe in when it comes to gun rights, and I believe the same thing," he said. "I made a mistake by publishing the column. I thought it would generate a healthy exchange of ideas on gun rights. I miscalculated, pure and simple. I was wrong, and I ask your forgiveness." . . .

November 05, 2013

Sex advice from Men's magazines sounds like sex advice from convicted rapists

Where does rape culture come from? How is it perpetuated? Researchers from Middlesex University took quotes from men's magazines and from actual convicted rapists and presented the quotes a bunch of British men and women. Could the Brits tell which were rapists and which were writers preying upon male insecurity? No. No they could not. More disturbing was that the men interviewed agreed with the advice of the rapists over that of the magazines. Can You Tell The Difference Between A Men's Magazine And A Rapist?
1. There's a certain way you can tell that a girl wants to have sex . . . The way they dress, they flaunt themselves. 2. Some girls walk around in short-shorts . . . showing their body off . . . It just starts a man thinking that if he gets something like that, what can he do with it? 3. A girl may like anal sex because it makes her feel incredibly naughty and she likes feeling like a dirty slut. If this is the case, you can try all sorts of humiliating acts to help live out her filthy fantasy. 4. Mascara running down the cheeks means they've just been crying, and it was probably your fault . . . but you can cheer up the miserable beauty with a bit of the old in and out. 5. What burns me up sometimes about girls is dick-teasers. They lead a man on and then shut him off right there. 6. Filthy talk can be such a turn on for a girl . . . no one wants to be shagged by a mouse . . . A few compliments won't do any harm either . . . ‘I bet you want it from behind you dirty whore' . . . 7. You know girls in general are all right. But some of them are bitches . . . The bitches are the type that . . . need to have it stuffed to them hard and heavy. 8. Escorts . . . they know exactly how to turn a man on. I've given up on girlfriends. They don't know how to satisfy me, but escorts do. 9. You'll find most girls will be reluctant about going to bed with somebody or crawling in the back seat of a car . . . But you can usually seduce them, and they'll do it willingly. 10. There's nothing quite like a woman standing in the dock accused of murder in a sex game gone wrong . . . The possibility of murder does bring a certain frisson to the bedroom. 11. Girls ask for it by wearing these mini-skirts and hotpants . . . they're just displaying their body . . . Whether they realise it or not they're saying, ‘Hey, I've got a beautiful body, and it's yours if you want it.' 12. You do not want to be caught red-handed . . . go and smash her on a park bench. That used to be my trick. 13. Some women are domineering, but I think it's more or less the man who should put his foot down. The man is supposed to be the man. If he acts the man, the woman won't be domineering. 14. I think if a law is passed, there should be a dress code . . . When girls dress in those short skirts and things like that, they're just asking for it. 15. Girls love being tied up . . . it gives them the chance to be the helpless victim. 16. I think girls are like plasticine, if you warm them up you can do anything you want with them. . . . Answers. 1. Rapist, 2. Rapist, 3. Lad mag, 4. Lad mag, 5. Rapist, 6. Lad mag, 7. Rapist, 8. Lad mag, 9. Rapist, 10. Lad mag, 11. Rapist, 12. Lad mag, 13. Rapist, 14. Rapist, 15. Lad mag, 16. Lad mag