I'm finding recent kerfuffles about an assortment of people having fun consensual sex with people with whom they form a second relationship with a person who is not their appointed spouse or partner rather amusing. It's also rather depressing at the same time.
One of the key reasons I find this depressing is because of the mundanity of it, I mean, famous men through history have always enjoyed a degree of freedom to shag who they bloody well please, and folk have been knobbing people that they shouldn't either accidentally or deliberately for centuries. It becomes an appalling mockery when the judiciary support this kind of behaviour - ffs - the nation will not pitch off it's axis because a person had sex with another one, however the risk of spousal revenge must weigh heavy on underformed minds.
I think we need to get the message out
"We don't care who you knob, as long as you don't lie through your teeth. Man up, tossers."
Sunday, 1 May 2011
For someone who professes to be a bit of an indie kid, I really love *good* pop music. The thing is that pop (which is a terribly dismissive way of describing some utterly fantastic songs) is how most people access music and quite a lot of the time, do not really get the opportunity to access different types and genres. I don't hear genre, I just hear what hits me with the tune cattle prod at the time.