Anger Fucking

No extended entry here out of senses of propriety, because the whole THING would be there.

You know you've done it. I've done it more times than I can count.

You and her have known each other, had sex with one another for years.

She says something stupid, or she says something stupid, and then you have a fight on your hands.

And the only solution to a truly valuable relationship of many years is to just grab her and fuck her brains out. All men know what I'm talking about, yet we never talk about it. Not even in the locker room. Why?

Because there are a few asshole males out there who don't know when "no" means "yes". They've gone and ruined things. Now, women resort to ridiculous campaigns like, "NO MEANS NO!"

And I don't blame the women for resorting to that language. All it takes is a couple asshole men to fuck it up for the rest of us, and they did.

But. MEN? You know what I'm talking about here. If you've spent any time in a seriously monogamous sexual relationship, you have fucked your anger out before. You couldn't help yourself, because words weren't working anymore. And she thought she'd died and gone to heaven because of it. And now the fight is over and everybody is happy. An honest anger fuck. Discussion?

UPDATE: One reader emails because he is confused and thinks I am advocating rape. I'm not, and would never do such a thing. I'm referring to a particularly violent form of consensual sex. I suppose there are some politically correct idiots who could see "rape" being described above. Out of deference to such politically correct idiots, I hereby aver that my above post has nothing to do with rape.

Jesus fuckin' CHRIST! Who let all the pansies in? I thought I felt a draft!

UPDATE II: Another reader emails to say, "Has political correctness run so far amok that the scene where Rhett Butler whisks Scarlet O'Hara off her feet and up the stairs, is off-limits?" Apparently so my friend, apparently so.

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I hate to sound like a prude, but that was fucked up. Maybe my sense of humor is off, but I just couldn't find anything funny in that shit.

Perhaps this comment is what you were hoping for... if so, you're welcome.

Other posts... those were funny. This, no.

Posted by: That 1 Guy on May 20, 2005 05:46 PM

He never said I had to be funny EVERY time... what's yer fuckin' problem? No dick and don't know what I'm describing?

Posted by: Ponytailed Conservative on May 20, 2005 06:05 PM

Male Pussy count = ONE...

Posted by: Ponytailed Conservative on May 20, 2005 06:12 PM

There's some fine-line-drawing between rape, rape-fantasy, and rough sex. It all boils down to how well you know your partner.

This sort of thing is not recommended for casual acquaintances.

But the occasional

"Not now, honey, I'm watching Survivor"
"Too bad"
*picks up wife, totes her into bedroom, throws her on bed, commences ravishing over protests of "NO! NO! NO!... oh..."*

Nothing better ;-)

Posted by: Harvey on May 21, 2005 09:25 AM

Harvey: Oh, I absolutely agree (not for casual acquaintances).

For couples that enjoy that sort of thing, I highly recommend having a "safe word". A safe word is a mutually agreed upon word that truly does mean NO (at which point, guys, you STOP. PERIOD.) The safe word needs to be something so completely unrelated to sex that if she hollers it, you know she ain't playing, the game is over, etc. Choose something completely off the wall, like "toaster strudels" (unless toaster strudels are often a part of your sexual routine).

Posted by: Ponytailed Conservative on May 21, 2005 12:28 PM

I've found it makes ME feel better to simply wait until she falls asleep and jacking off into her purse.

Posted by: Graumagus on May 21, 2005 02:54 PM

Grau: Oh, I like that one! Has the added bonus that she can't go around spending all your money, 'cause she can't get the damned credit cards unstuck from one another, they gum up the credit card machine thingy at the mall...

Posted by: Ponytailed Conservative on May 21, 2005 07:41 PM

PC - Best line ever from "Family Guy"

"The safe word is banana."

Probably need to see it in context.

Posted by: Harvey on May 24, 2005 08:52 AM

Women know just what you're talking about, too; it's just that so many of them have been brainwashed into thinking they're "bad" if they desire to be taken, or if they think that the spark of anger can heat the romance of sex.

Check out the link; the article is from a woman's point of view, titled "When Rape is a Gift." The author is not advocating non-consensual rape; but rather a man being sexually forceful with a woman who _wants_ that. It doesn't have to be done as a release of anger, but it certainly can be, and sometimes that's the best of all.

By the way, I believe the usual term of choice these days is "ravishment fantasy." Thanks for the article; if only all the men and women who are into this kind of rough loving to spice up their romance would have the guts to say so, then it would be understood as a normal and natural aspect of human sexuality.

As it is, the hysterical feminist nagfest just continues to grow, based solely on the false idea that only men could be so depraved, and a woman would never, ever, possibly want this sort of thing to happen. Thus, women and men alike are made to feel shame over their natural sexual inclinations, even when those desires are perfectly compatible; and anyone who even hints that it might be harmless and even (gasp!) romantic is crucified on the altar of political correctness.

What's needed is to speak out loud and clear, and bust the feminist myth that says women never have ravishment fantasies, or that if they do, they would never want to actually have them fulfilled. It's just a lie; and it's time to say so. I, for one, am still thrilled by the manly Rhett Butler carrying off a swooning Scarlett O'Hara to ravish her, and so are millions of other women. (Hence the perennial appeal of bodice-ripper romance novels.) If feminism is really about women having the freedom to make their own choices, then the feminists should be thrilled that some of us are using that freedom to choose a strong man with a dominant streak.

And, speaking as a woman, I have to say that sometimes we do just get testy and cranky when we want to be taken sexually. In that case (but not in all cases), it can be a wonderful (and hot!) way to end an argument. Sometimes "no" means "no" -- and then again, sometimes it means "make me." And, seriously -- that is no b.s.

Posted by: Lumiere on June 23, 2005 04:57 AM

Here's the link I mentioned in the post above; I had entered it in the "URL" box, but it didn't show up:

The author is Sarah Penny, the website owner of "Taken In Hand," which advocates consensual male-dominated romantic relationships for those who want them. (Sensible idea, that - if you don't like it, then you can't have any.)

Posted by: Lumiere on June 23, 2005 05:03 AM