Monthly Archives: February 2013

The Bulging Blindspot: Consent, Culpability, & Consistency

Last fortnight marked the twenty year anniversary of the murder of James Bulger and, as expected, media outlets opined and emoted on cue about the fatal events that marked the day and “shocked the nation”. Inevitably, the commemorations bled over … Continue reading

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Incels, Invalids, & Intimacy: A MRDAtarian Perspective

A week ago, my favourite bottle fairy (Cheers, Tink!) drew my attention to an interesting Guardian article dealing with the sex drives of disabled folk. Triggered by recent revelations of care home workers hiring sex surrogates to sate the lusts … Continue reading

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MRDArous Aphorisms: A Compilation

Sometimes, concision can make a better incision. If “real men don’t buy girls”, does that make the sex trade a collective hallucination? “Innocence” is merely an adult’s romanticised view of childhood ignorance. Intelligence is no guarantee of decreased fallibility; in … Continue reading

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Self-Service Checkout? Please Wait for Assistance…

I was rather amused by this piece of union meme-whorage popping up on my social network space last month. As well as the achingly desperate Luddite faggotry lying at the heart of this sorry crusade, the other amusing aspect of … Continue reading

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