Friday, May 30, 2014

Tumblr Pansies, I Yuck Your Yums

"You have a foot fetish... Jesus... How many heels are in your closet... What are these pics of women's feet doing in your room... I thought I knew you. Sicko."


Don't yuck my yums is the LGBT, LGBT-friendly, and Tumblr pansy phrase for don't judge my fetish or persuasion as gross or bad. This theme or meme is a way of "validating sexual experience and diversity through a lens of enthusiastic consent". This is how fragile the minds of Millenials are. God forbid anyone say that something they do has a negative value. Everything must not only be tolerated but praised. All deviation must be approved and considered normal because they do not want to feel they are the horrible oddball like back in grade school when they were still wetting the bed and sleeping with a teddy at 12. The Internet only reinforces their deluded view of their fetish. They can find an Internet echo chamber community of that they brag is "50,000 members on the web", which means out of 7,000,000,000 people, they found a tiny sliver of humanity as broken and pozzed up as they are. There are 1.2 million hoarders in America. No one is calling that normal.

They can say it all they want, but they will not stop the thought. People will find their kink weird, and yes, consider them a freak. Even worse, they will be an oddball who is a whiner. These freaks have academia and the mainstream on their side constantly telling us that every deviant behavior is normal while men wanting younger women is unnatural. TIME magazine is on the trans* train now. These Faberge egg young adults can not take the status hit.

Furries? I yuck your yum.
Foot fetishists?  I yuck your yum.
Got a thing for midgets?  I yuck your yum.
Balloon fetishist?  I yuck your yum.
Cuckold fetishists? I yuck your yum.

*Hi Tumblr-bots who found this. Yeah, I know pedantic arguing is I linked to a non-Tumblr blog that used the phrase yet mocked it as a Tumblr pansy thing. It's the Tumblr culture. You guys are like an echo chamber of dysfunction and degeneracy.

11 comments:

HammerHead said...

It's probably so obvious that it doesn't really need to be said, but I resent being lectured about sexuality by people with the vocabulary of five-year-olds.

This has to be intentional, doesn't it? Why be so deliberately infantile unless you're trying to annoy people who consider themselves to be reasonably mature adults? Is it just that society has valorized their paraphilias so much that they have to deliberately irritate their opponents, just so there's something to get outraged about?

PA said...

OT. The other day I checked out your Dec. 2012 posts on Pearl Jam's "Jeremy" and an analysis titled "Improving Pearl Jam." Fantastic posts. A subject worth revisiting, especially since I hadn't known of your blog until recently.

Max said...

This is the theme behind early Web stalwart Something Awful. Their slogan is "The Internet Makes You Stupid."

In the past, if you had some weird twinge, the lack of support from your community made you resist it.

If you wouldn't or couldn't, then, by God, at least you owned it and dealt with the consequences.

Now, a pre-teen who's, uh, a little too attached to his teddy bear can go online and learn to develop his fetish. He can even make it the most important part of his identity. Beats growing up, I guess.

Ah, sweet freedom!

Son of Brock Landers said...

Max - right on. The internet has made dysfunction worse by making people feel ok.

PA - Thanks for the compliment. I loved pearl jam but there was something so weird about their use of women telling stories. It was a weirs rejection of being male for a mostly male audience.

peterike said...

The internet has made dysfunction worse by making people feel ok.

What? Are you saying there's something wrong with Bronies? Hater!


"Pearl Jam." Smacks head.

nikcrit said...

it's funny and ironic that you guys like PJ and Nirvana and their grungy ilk. the leaders of those two bands, and many of their acolytes, are the most neophyte-like proponents of modern poses and theories that could serve as the anti-idelogical creed of the race-realist manosphere: half-baked feminism, political pacifism, anti-MRA stances ------and with a self-annihilating passion and conviction since unmatched in a pop-phase and movement

peterike said...

it's funny and ironic that you guys like PJ and Nirvana and their grungy ilk.

Don't include me in that mix! Ok, Nirvana has two or three kick ass songs, but Pearl Jam is the worst. I can't really think of any grunge band I like, unless you count Sleater-Kinney.

PA said...

Pearl Jam, in agreement with SOBL's 12/2012 post, could have been great. But Eddie Vetter went limp instead.

I understand Peterike's distancing himself from the genre, as this is a generational thing. For us GenX'ers, they really were, for better or worse, the voice of out generation. The best thing about Pearl Jam, as SOBL, intimated, is what they could have been, You see hints of it in their musicianship -- the killer guitars and the distortion backdrop on "Alive" and "Evenflow." The brooding "Garden" and "Black."

By the way, this is an inspiring video, one of many coming out of Europe. By they way, I look like the Finnish guy. Not exactly like him, but that's my facial structure, hair, skin tone, and eyes. He's the one in the black jacket with a dark shirt and necktie.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VR-lAGj_dlQ

PA said...

the leaders of those two bands, ... are the most neophyte-like proponents of modern poses and theories that could serve as the anti-idelogical creed of the race-realist manosphere

Nikcrit, need I direct you to when I addressed this very same objection at GLPiggy?

Fuck, the archives are locked, can't do that. But you DID read what said at the time, and now you're bringing up the same objection here.

nikcrit said...

But you DID read what said at the time, and now you're bringing up the same objection here.

True dat is. just a bit of blogging reiteration, i guess.

nikcrit said...

The best thing about Pearl Jam, as SOBL, intimated, is what they could have been, You see hints of it in their musicianship -- the killer guitars and the distortion backdrop on "Alive" and "Evenflow."

Not to prolong an already OT tangent. But dude: PJ was a horrible live band! The worst from that period, by far.
I recall Stone Gossard in a brief phoner even admitting as much; in fact, he raised the point and observation himself! Don't recall the exact context, but it was around that period where the band was releasing CDs of every single performance of their current Euro tour; want to say this was in 2000. the only ohter hint of a memory i recall is that, a few months before this chat, one of their audience members had died during a stampede at one of their performances..... point being, the musician of the band himself copped to his act being ragged in live performance...... actually, a painful fact is that the band Creed, a shameless PJ imitator, delivered much more polished live performances than did their inspirations and outright progenitors.

SOBL: ok, i'm done with this o.t. rant.