On Tuesday, the U.S. Supreme Court heard oral arguments over a law banning video depictions of animal cruelty. The law was party inspired by the sensationalized "crush porn" craze. In crush porn, women stomp on small animals, in bare feet or in heels, in order for crush porn fetishists to get off.
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Newspaper stories from the good old days say the darndest things. So every week on the Sexist, let’s take a ride on journalism’s way-back machine, to a time when recently decapitated Arabian women competed for ink with adorably mischievous train-track terriers!
This Week In Sexist History, a double billing:
While my colleagues have been examining the economics of prostitution and perusing sex-shop wares – on your behalf, readers – I thought I'd turn my attention to something else: animal love. Or at least animal sex.
There’s been some of that going on at the National Zoo and its Virginia research facility, of course; the stork [...]
Last week on the Sexist:
1. Menace to Sorority, in which sorority members insult fraternity members, and vice-versa, ad nauseum
2. Why Sex Positivity is Bad for Feminism, in which the sex-positivists descend upon me (pictured)
3. Indiana Bestiality Law Cracks Down on Deleted Dog Porn, in which we are all made dumber
4. The Great Mexican Cartoon Porn-Off [...]
The Washington City Paper's second Best Of D.C. issue since 1987 hits newsstands today. Since this is our staff's second Best Of, we're honoring the District's second-bests in 2009. My picks—including "Second-Best Strip Club Excuse," "Second-Best Item of Clothing to Remove at a Gay Bar," and "Second-Best George Mason Personality" (pictured)—are after the jump.