…abandon all hope! here comes j bizzel the gangsta lezzer!

Posted: June 29, 2010 in facts, theories and mind-boggling stunts of feminism
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it is indisputable that modern science fails to answer vast number of questions and appropriately explain various observable phenomena. and like with dreams, the circumstances encapsulated in such unanswered questions sometimes turn out to be exciting and sometimes quite terrifying; understandably such emotions could place heavy burden on our conscious understanding of the world. and because this might create various problems, as a form of coping strategy, i designated a special place in my mind for all this yet to be explained phenomena and other anomalies. it is rather obvious that such a place must be a very strange place. and indeed, once there, we would see that the laws of logic are seriously distorted (if this sentence could makes any sense) while mathematical relations are striped of their usual certainty and coherence. furthermore, like some outlandish zoo, the place is inhabited by extraordinary individuals who as a matter of daily practice, effortlessly and with remarkable ease defy otherwise unshakeable laws of physics and natural sciences. one such an interesting specimen goes by the name of julie bindel.

thus, it is no surprise that this name often appears in texts posted on this blog and stars in my recent “on julie bindel’s unhealthy and disturbing fantasies”. i would allow myself to assume that julie bindel as lesbian-feminist diva of national prominence, does not need any introduction and those who for some reason happened to be unfamiliar with her work might want to check wikipedia or read some of her articles published on quite well known website devoted to the promotion of the “often misguided, english middle-class propaganda”, a.k.a. the guardian. i myself would suggest doing the latter for her work is definitely worth looking at due to its undeniable, entertaining if not outright comical qualities.

however, to make sure that the events which are described below could be properly understood and could be considered with due attention i must highlight certain features of her work which determine its specific character and which are most important for my narrative.

so, who is julie bindel? well, she’s a lesbian-feminist of the radical kind and a personal friend of long dead andrea dworkin who famously claimed that sexual intercourse is an act of violence against women and initiated radical anti-porn crusade in the u.s. some thirty years ago. julie bindel herself holds equally strong views in respect of pornography and prostitution which in her view reflect and perpetuate patriarchal oppression of women. she is one of the authors of loathed and strongly criticised by academics paper “big brothel” in which she made numerous fantastical claims in respect of indoor sex work based on phone calls made to agencies by her male colleagues acting as prospective clients and which formed the basis for highly controversial anti-prostitution law passed in 2009 with the blessing from harriet harman and jacquie smith. furthermore, she is a highly vocal supporter of far-reaching and some might say discriminatory measures which supposedly are necessary to meaningfully fight with violence against women in all forms, shapes and sizes. however, it is worth mentioning that the definition of violence in this context is a very broad one and might include acts which most people would consider as normal and definitely not inappropriate aspects of human interactions. nevertheless, the main point to remember for the purpose of this article is her stance on pornography and prostitution.

a week ago i would consider the above text as reasonably well presented summary of complicated and colourful ideas which characterise work of julie bindel. a week ago i would consider her naive, ignorant and infantile attitudes towards serious social issues as quite easily predictable. a week ago i enjoyed feeling of certainty stemming from the belief in julie bindel unshakeable radicalism. but that was a week ago…

as a twitter addict and a great fan of all that is ridiculous, i am a faithful follower of her insights and musings which she might be willing to share on twitter with her devoted fans; and exactly a week ago, on wednesday 23rd of june at 0804 p.m. she wrote:

“On a train listening to Snoop Dogg having interviewed a pimp. Sitting next to Cath Elliott who is reading about rape. Business as usual.”

‘quite right, business as usual … wait a second! julie bindel listening to snoop dogg! is this a part of some new “research” that she is conducting?’

but then a day later she wrote:

“Help! What does a lesbian feminist wear to Glastonbury to meet Snoop Dogg? Is anyone there from Guardian Fashion who can advise!”

‘jeez! lesbian feminist don’t meet snoop dogg! are we talking about the same snoop dogg? the former pimp? who sees pimping as his “natural calling“?’

‘but even supposing that lesbian feminist would decide to meet him they would probably opt for a boiler-suit which can be easily disposed of after extremely violent acts performed on the dogg, followed by prolonged mutilation of his body as a form of pay back for selling women as sex slaves! isn’t that right?!’

well apparently not because radical lesbian feminists had something else in mind:

“Do you think there is any chance Snoop Dogg will ask me to step in as a backing singer?”

‘shit! what is happening to me? does everybody have this?’

i must admit that at this point i was seriously concerned about my sanity and desperately blamed everything on my ipod and on my macbook, purporting that there must be some apple’s conspiracy going on, aimed at discrediting julie bindel! not to mention that i was worried that the picture of her as a backing singer for snoop dogg would probably haunt me every time I’m in bed with my girlfriend, which could have devastating effect on my sex life!

‘jesus! i probably won’t even be able to sue her for this!’

but she just continued mercilessly :

“That puppy dog has no greater feminist fan than me!”

and

“Beside myself with excitement at seeing the Snoopster”

‘my god how far is she prepared to go? soon she will be just “feminist”!’

and while i was feverishly contemplating whether she would cease to be “lesbian” in such particular circumstances, she wrote:

“He has a voice like honey dripping on rose petals, raps like a demon, and is dripping bile about women. What to do?”

‘what do you mean “what to do?”?! what to do with what?!’

in any case, whatever she decided to do after posting this last message it seems as if it was the highest point of this insanity, and some time later she wrote:

“Am writing my piece on Snoop whilst sitting on the grass amongst some very stoned and drunk folk. Ah well, maybe later.”

which made me think that she should rather keep away from any drugs because she might hurt someone and most probably herself. nevertheless, subsequent messages contained something that looked as some form of rationalising of her behaviour:

“That pup Snoop really played it a bit safe today. Took out a couple of mentions of ‘ho, replaced ‘bitch’ with BIRD can you believe one time!”

and finally:

“Maybe he heard I was there and was really scared. What do you reckon? I am J Bizzel the Gangsta Lezzer.”

j bizzel the gangsta lezzer!….?

my god, this was really sad.

besides, i found the whole experience emotionally exhausting. something like seeing the pope during a gay parade, prancing around on some moving platform and making out with the village people.

my conclusion was that if one cannot even trust julie bindel then there must be some truth in all this blabbering about broken societies, decline of moral standards, lack of authoritarian role models, the end of the world, armageddon and so on and so forth.

so, when couple of days ago a friend of mine sent me her article i refused to look at it. does this make me a quasi-religious person refusing to know the truth in order to preserve my shaken beliefs? i guess it does.

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