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Monday, May 19, 2008

Lock Up Your Daughters

Yes, it's that time of year again. Time to ritually claim your daughters' genitals for the good of society. 

It's positively creeptastic, no matter how well the room is lit.

This year, though, I noticed a little something familiar in all the pomp and circumstance:


Hmm... Where else have I seen young girls in fancy dresses dancing around a central phallic object in a ritual setting soaked with sexual context?


Oh, snap! Well, color me surprised that Christians have borrowed a pagan myth and rewritten it to serve their own theological purposes. It's got to be a singular situation.

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At 5/20/2008 12:12 PM, Blogger Alison declaimed...

I was gonna say, even before I saw the FREAKIN' MAYPOLE how absolutely amazingly pagan and occult this thing is. Hell, it looks straight out of the turn of the last centuries when women were dancing like Isadora Duncan to interpret the stories of the ancient greeks. That would be good, though. This is far more ancient than that.

How sad. And how desperate they are to go back to the ancient past, when they must know in their hearts that they cannot. Their daughters will be scarred, but they will still live as functional atheists, until their weddings, when it will all come back. Then the stark reality of the absurdity of relationships based on ancient dirt-shitters will rear its ugly head, and they will blame it on fags or something.

And go to Walmart and buy something.

 

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