Spoilt misogynist twat is what you are

I’m not allowed to express political views or make comments on political stuff. I’d get in the shit.

But…by fuckity I can comment on other stuff and comment I shall.

According to Wikipedia, Jeremy Jackson is an American actor and singer. He was born in 1980 and is best known for playing some bloke in Baywatch.

Jeremy Jackson got kicked off Big Brother for allegedly opening the robe of a woman and exposing her breast. I say allegedly so no-one sues me. I don’t want to get sued. Being sued is bad.

However, let’s assume the scenario. A man gets drunk by willingly drinking alcohol. He is an adult of free mind. He gets so drunk that it makes him puke up. He goes to the toilet and vomits. A woman offers her assistance and goes to the toilet to offer some help. They are not in a public toilet in a street as maybe the woman might not offer her assistance in a public lavatory. They are in a house surrounded by other people with lots and lots of microphones. The woman speaks kindly to the man. The man notices that she is just wearing a dressing gown / bath-robe and opens the robe to expose her boob.

That’s bad. That’s really bad. That is a spoilt fucking twat being a misogynist who views women as sexual objects for self-gratification. Which is bad.

Anyone who has read my books will see that I love women and I make no apology for that. But I adore them more than a means to sexual gratification. I have led a life and at 39 years old I am single through choice. I have been drunk many many times, really blind stinking rat arsed drunk. Many of my friends and associates have also been very drunk many times. We have been drunk together many times.

Even at the most drunk I have never done that to a woman, nor, to my knowledge, have any of my friends. We’ve made passes and been rejected but the pass is a kiss….OR more importantly…it is preparing for a kiss while looking at the other person and knowing if said intended kiss is going to be reciprocated or rejected. That is one of the ways couples get together. Men and women. Women and women. Men and Men. Sometimes you can have a conversation and know that your admiration for the other person is returned. Other times you think you have read the signs but then find that you have got them wrong. It is done respectfully and with care for the feelings of the other person.

It is not opening their clothes to see what they look like naked. That’s assault.

Being drunk is not a defence. Not reading the signs properly is not a defence. He reached out and without consent of the other person, he opened her clothing.

Um….sounds like an assault to me.

I’ve heard varying views over the last day or so with some people saying everyone overreacted and others saying he was rightly kicked out and should be investigated.

My view is that it was wholly and completely wrong to do what he did. There is simply no excuse for it. There is no reason that can be offered that makes it okay to do that.

In this scenario, the woman could be clearly heard offering help and assistance to the man. We could not see what took place but we heard. And we heard when the woman said it was not okay to do that and we then heard and saw her immediate reaction of shock and distress.

I shall repeat my opinion of the male in this scenario being a fucking dickhead misogynistic uber twatfaced cock. ย Can we have your autograph please Mr Jackson, yep…just sign here, ah that’s lovely, thanks very much. What was it? Oh this? This is our Registry of Sexual Offenders.

And while we’re on the subject of viewing women as sexual objects can I ask a question of something that has been bothering me for a long time.

Why do some men find women dressed as school girls attractive? In the sense of the St Trinians fancy dress outfits. If someone wants to wear a short skirt then great. Same with the white blouse, go for it. Together with a school tie, pigtails or bunches and pencilled on freckles with knee high socks? Dressed as a school girl to invoke a sexual reaction? A school girl. A girl. Um….nah, not for me cheers.

My views are quite liberal and I think there is a strong argument for legalisation of sexual services. We have to face facts of humanity and the societies within which we live. It happens and always will. People will always pay other people for sexual services, and in most cases it will be men paying women. It has happened since time began and will continue to happen until our race is taken over by the mutant German Shepherd Goats I am currently breeding.

So, we can either:

  1. Criminalise everyone while making it unsafe for those who provide the service and put them at risk of violence, disease and being in an uncontrolled environment.
    OR
  2. Make it safe so the people who provide the sexual services are not at risk of violence, disease and being in an uncontrolled environment.

The World Health Organisation even produced a report outlining strong reasons for decriminalising sexual service provisions and put forward strong arguments for the rights of workers within that environment in terms of violence, rights and reducing the spread of diseases such as AIDS.

But Jeremy Jackson is still a prick and aย misogynistic arsehole.

Allegedly.

Don’t sue me.

Prick.

Take care

RR Haywood

10 Comments
  • Maxine Smith
    Posted at 21:12h, 12 January Reply

    You sir, are a legend, allegedly! Thank you for saying what the majority of decent, moral people think.

  • tess
    Posted at 21:21h, 12 January Reply

    Well said Mr Haywood

  • Ian Stanway
    Posted at 00:09h, 13 January Reply

    Hear hear Mr Haywood.

  • Pauline Ennis
    Posted at 06:05h, 13 January Reply

    As someone who has been sexually assaulted, twice by women, twice by men. I thoroughly applaud and love your view point. Social media has its good points, but it also allows the loonys to feel they can say what they like. I recently had a total of 6 inboxes from a young man, who before i could block him, had gone from “why won’t you talk to me bitch” to ” you F@#king stuck up whore, you’ll get it” geesh. Now i personally like a compliment when its said respectfully, one of my favourite ones was “aye, your not a moose” ๐Ÿ˜‰ but where do these other men get off thinking thats ok to do?

    It’s the saddest part of reading PA fiction, i have never read one without sexual violence to women in ๐Ÿ™ not that i don’t agree it wouldn’t happen. But im seriously, seriously (dont hate me Mr H lol) thinking of going into politics to fight for women’s causes. Its disgusting that over 200 young girls are still missing. Their daily horrors do not even bear thinking about.

    On a lighter note ๐Ÿ™‚ men don’t get signs at all lol, and thank you for the school girl comment ๐Ÿ™‚

  • Bex
    Posted at 07:23h, 13 January Reply

    I love you. Well not you personally, but your mind-can I also ask why people let their school age children wear such sexually provocative clothing? It’s one thing seeing a woman dressed as a child but there’s the other side of the coin where we let girls dress as women.

  • Angela
    Posted at 09:21h, 13 January Reply

    I run a taxi company which is totally male dominated (I’m the only woman there) I have heard the guys say whats she moaning about she does page 3 or the like and we have ended up with some heated arguments,it’s never ok to touch a woman without her consent. A few years ago one of the drivers got drunk on a works night out thought it would be ok to grab my boob, I broke his finger ๐Ÿ™‚ he said he thought because I was “one of the boys” it would be ok and funny and while to a certain extent I am, I can swear like a trooper, hold my own in a argument and not be intimidated by a room full of men I’m still a woman and its definitely not ok to touch me without my consent. Doesn’t matter what a woman does for a living be it working in the sex industry or working in laundrette, it’s still her body and if she doesn’t want anyone to touch it then don’t. And I to have never understood the schoolgirl thing, its a bit creepy lol.

    • Pauline
      Posted at 04:19h, 14 January Reply

      Well done Angela! ๐Ÿ™‚

  • fe
    Posted at 14:50h, 15 January Reply

    #Bex,
    I love you too Mr H on many different levels!!!! all to do with your mind and writing talent and imagination and ‘unique indie charm’.. Every thing that you said is totally on the ,mark and you are very wise. The whole schoolgirl thing is icky and just like the whole issue of sexual abuse is about power not intimacy. Bex is also right too in that society is sexualising children at a younger and younger age, which has serious implications for the future emotional/psychological health of society. And finally, I can tell how much you like women because well…..you are actually excellent at sex…..
    writing about it OBVIOUSLY ๐Ÿ˜‰

  • Tachy
    Posted at 19:44h, 15 January Reply

    Spot on !!!! And Thank you for being brave enough to say it like it is

  • LizR
    Posted at 17:12h, 30 May Reply

    Agree, However I don’t watch BigBrother or other ‘reality ‘ TV, which is referred to in our house as ‘cheap TV’. Be careful or your brains will be soooo mushy even the Zombies won’t want them. Allegedly!

Post A Comment