#795) Sexuality Today, Sexuality on Trial

I find what is going on right now in pop culture fascinating as indicative of where we are today. Have you been following the “Good Morning America 3” TV show controversy? Here is my take.

The background is that ABC network cast two anchors on their TV show, “GMA3” who were very personable and winning in T.J. Holmes and Amy Robach. They’ve been working together on the show for several years, their chemistry was undeniable. They were both married to other people, both marriages were having trouble. Apparently, the two anchors found comfort with one another, started having a sexual affair. This came to light when paparazzi spotted them together after hours. They have been taken off the air while it is sorted out, replaced by two clones, a blond and a Black guy who seem nice, but do not have anywhere near the vitality and rapport.

I think this is a tempest in a teapot, a big deal over nothing. In the best of all possible worlds, the two should have waited to become involved until after divorces were finalized, but that is not realistic. They were cast together by the ABC network because they have a chemistry. How do you contain that just for on-camera business hours? It is yet another example of how truly prudish we are in America when it comes to sexuality. I imagine that the network will let time go by, then quietly fire the two original anchors. What ought to happen is that they both are returned to their on-camera jobs, and we the audience can celebrate their love and joy as it evolves, hopefully into marriage and beyond.

I see myself as a sexual renegade, a warrior trying to attack these sexual barriers that society erects in its prudish concern. (I felt like more of a warrior when I was able to publish photos of women enjoying their sexuality fully in photos of exposed pussies and rosebuds, pictures of sex acts such as intercourse, butt-fucking, enemas, and cunnilingus, etc.) If it matters to you, as it does to me, you may choose to do as I have done, contact ABC network and express your strong opinion on this matter.

9 responses to “#795) Sexuality Today, Sexuality on Trial”

  1. I’m not saying it’s right or wrong but I can understand why ABC might not be too happy about this. Firstly, sex between co-workers is the ultimate violation of the general no-fraternizing rule. In a large enough setting obviously it wouldn’t matter but these two are on-screen so it’d be literally in everyone’s face. Which of course segues into the next problem. Their relationship is one of adultery. They’re cheating on their respective partners. You know who doesn’t like that kind of naughty behavior? Disney. The people who own ABC. Disney likes to make sure all of their properties can be made family-friendly because their philosophy is “Nothing bad happens at Disney”. According to Disney, no one ever does anything questionable or challenges the status quo in any way. What is perceived as good (by the biggest markets) is always going to have a happily ever after. So no, two anchors cheating on their spouses to be with each other is not going to fly. The Mouse won’t allow it.

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    • You are seeing the big picture, Guason. You are seeing it clearly from the capitalistic perspective (not that this one is yours, but you are just able to wisely see it for what it is). I seem to always want to tilt at these windmills..

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    • If ABC wasn’t happy about this then they should have shut their pie-holes!

      I swear, I’m so sick of these damn stories about who is seeing who, who they are fucking, who they love/hate, etc., etc. I don’t give a damn, I don’t know them, and if I didn’t “learn” any of this – I’d be just effing FINE!!!

      Stories like this are created for money! Paparazzi STALK people for money. They stalk and publicize the everyday lives of people who suddenly find themselves in the public eye in danger – for money. They can’t leave their homes without planning, without bodyguards – that they may have to pay for – in fear they may be assaulted by some “fan” or worse. (Remember actress Rebecca Schaeffer?) Emma Watson does not allow selfie pics because those pics could be posted, Geo-located in seconds, and now others know within a few FEET, EXACTLY where she is, what she is wearing, who she is with – stalked in real time.

      Rant over.

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      • Well, you have to remember that it’d open the company up to scrutiny just as much if they didn’t address why all of a sudden two anchors were unceremoniously replaced. If you don’t control the story then there will be a hundred other people who will gladly do so.

        Regarding the paparazzi, it’s a symptom of the kind of society we live in. This is the age of information and it’s an age where we for the most part have replaced royalty with celebrities. We live in a society where media is essentially the dominant religion with money upheld as one of the greater virtues. These problems are a product of this life. They won’t go away until we return to a better way of life and that won’t be until something shakes our world to its core. We’re spoiled with modern luxury and thus we will suffer modern evils. Luxury is addictive

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