Lately, I’ve been thinking about the teenage sex comedies I grew up with. I was too young to see Animal House or Porky’s when they came out in the cinema, but I clearly remember watching Revenge of the Nerds at the movie theater. Later, American Pie was somewhere in the background. The genre continued for over twenty years.
What did teenage sex comedies involve? Drinking to excess. A party lifestyle that never resulted in serious consequences. And a quest to lose one’s virginity as quickly and as cheaply as possible—without a care as to one’s sexual partner.
Even the cops were okay with it. At least that’s what the Police Academy movies suggested. No wonder renowned pedophile and rapist Bill Clinton liked these pictures, watching all six with his teenage daughter, at the same time he faced charges, lying under oath about Monica Lewinsky, a young woman with whom he engaged in extra-marital sexual activities when he was forty-nine (49) and she was twenty-two (22).
Truth is, we rarely disagreed on parenting, although she [Hillary] did believe that I had gone a little over the top when I took a couple of days off with Chelsea to watch all six Police Academy movies back to back….
It was a high water mark for Slick Willy.
Teenage sex comedies were packaged as relatively wholesome entertainment. It was something one would grow out of, just a movie, not a big deal, and there was no violence involved.
Boys will be boys….
But where does this come from?
The same place as Playboy. MK-ULTRA. As I have written elsewhere, CIA uses Playboy as a form of mind control. It involves not only the rape of young women at the Playboy Mansion (featured in Beverly Hills Cop), and the blackmail of men who visited the mansion, but it leads young men into harder and harder pornography. The perverts at CIA want to get you further and further out….
In addition to using Playboy for mind control—not to mention internet pornography—CIA employs the news—not only to shape public opinion but also to fill our heads with perversion.
Witness OPERATION MOCKINGBIRD, through which CIA splashed Lara Logan’s rape over the news, and their subsequent attempt to discredit her over Benghazi, about which I have written elsewhere.
CIA uses Disney for mind control and sexual torture, as described by Susan Ford, and in my article on Debra Winger.
And CIA uses Hollywood. Sometimes they do this fairly overtly.
And sometimes CIA uses films more covertly—as described by Fritz Springmeier, Cisco Wheeler, and others.
Simply put, films like Wizard of Oz are used to brainwash people.
So are films like Alice in Wonderland (written by child molester Lewis Carroll) and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (written by MI6 agent Roald Dahl).
But don’t listen to me. Listen to CIA Director William Colby.
Or listen to Mel Gibson, who discusses satanism, pedophilia, and adrenochrome in Hollywood: “I don’t know how to break it to you gently…. Hollywood is institutionalized pedophilia.”
But let’s return to teenage sex comedies. CIA uses them to normalize deviancy—especially voyeurism, internet pornography, sex with objects, rape, and pedophilia. Bit by bit, they want to lead kids into harder stuff.
It’s not something you grow out of; it’s something you grow into. And with other forms of mind control—hypnotism, drugs, cybernetic implants, and microwave harassment—CIA works constantly to push you over.
As with MK-ULTRA’s promotion of rape through Wonder Woman, CIA’s object is simple. They want to lead you into a sex crime.
Peeping is both a crime and a tort—invasion of privacy—but, in movies like Animal House, it’s portrayed as harmless fun.
Porky’s ratcheted things up with longer views of naked women—not just topless—along with the suggestion of semi-anonymous sex through a hole in the wall (something you can find on porn sites).
CIA had further to go. In Animal House, Bluto climbed a ladder to ogle topless women through a window, watching them pillow-fight and masturbate. In Porky’s, high school boys peeked in a shower, while the girls caught them and giggled back. But this was nothing, absolutely nothing, next to Revenge of the Nerds. There demented boys burst into a sorority, so they could wiretap it. When you break into someone’s house with the intent to commit a felony inside, that’s called burglary. Add pictures like the one below, and it looks like rape.
Rape was made explicit later when Lewis steals the costume of Betty’s boyfriend, so, under false pretenses, he can penetrate her.
I guess that’s how a nerd gets revenge—by raping a jock’s girlfriend….
And remember, before the internet, the target audience was a group of teenagers who could find pictures of naked women only through Playboy and movies like this. This was the introduction many boys had to sexuality, and their anticipation of college life, before they even kissed a girl.
Playboy Playmates, about whom I have written, sometimes appeared in these movies.
That’s Martha Smith, Miss July 1973, stripped of her clothes. In Animal House, she plays Babs Jensen, while Mary Louise Weller plays her friend Mandy Pepperidge. Earlier, in the film, Bluto peered lasciviously up their skirts while they sat on the bleachers. Then, he climbed a ladder to look through their window, ogling Babs and her girlfriends, while they were topless, and watching Mandy masturbate. Now, in the grand finale, Babs has her dress ripped off her body. Bluto swings from the top of a building, grabs Mandy, and carries her off, screaming, so he can rape her. We’re basically told that Mandy liked this treatment since Mandy and Bluto later marry. The film also suggests politicians rape our women, since Bluto becomes a senator….
I am reminded of a political family about which I have written elsewhere….
George Bush, Dick Cheney, and other politicians raped Cathy O’Brien and her daughter:
Although they say the Bush Family prefers the rape of boys.…
But to return to Martha Smith—the Playmate who appeared as Babs Jansen—if she doesn’t look brainwashed, I don’t know who does….
But, hey, at least the coeds in Animal House and Revenge of the Nerds–and the even the seniors in Porky’s–were women. They appeared that way. They had pubic hair. A woman has a bush, but a girl does not. There is something suspicious in the growing trend of women waxing their privates to remove this aspect of their womanhood. As I have noted elsewhere, CIA pushes pedophilia, and they want men to feel attraction toward women whose privates look like those of girls.
Naomi Wolf writes, “In my gym, the forty-year-old women have adult pubic hair; the twenty-somethings have all been trimmed and styled….”
That’s putting it generously.
Indeed, the women in American Pie do not have pubic hair. Waxing one’s privates was once odd, but now it has been normalized. Meanwhile, the agency tries to normalize sex with underage girls.
We see this in Animal House where eighteen-year-old Pinto invites thirteen-year-old Clorette to a toga party at his frat house, where she passes out, topless, in a bedroom. In a scene reminiscent of MK-ULTRA programming—à la Doctor Faustus—a devil on Pinto’s right encourages him to rape Clorette while an angel on his left encourages him to abstain.
Incidentally, I encourage everyone to watch Richard Burton in Doctor Faustus, which this scene recalls. The film is full of references to the Illuminati and MK-ULTRA.
But, meanwhile, back at the toga party, Pinto refrains from raping Clorette–although the camera invites the viewer to imagine otherwise as it lingers over her naked teenage body. The most upstanding of his fraternity brothers, Pinto returns Clorette to her parents’ house, blind drunk, in a shopping cart, rings the doorbell, and runs away.
What fun! Those crazy college boys….
Later, the frat-boy has sex with the eighth-grader. Clorette introduces Pinto to her father as “the boy who molested me.” As she tells her dad, “We have to get married.”
But, you know, that wasn’t the end of it. In Animal House, when Otter wasn’t pretending to be the fiancé of a dead college girl so he could seduce her friend, he was hitting on married women in the grocery store by talking about sex with vegetables.
No wonder the single college class we saw in Animal House had Donald Sutherland, as professor, talking about Paradise Lost, and saying the most intriguing character was Satan….
American Pie also attempts to normalize sex with objects–not only apple pie baked by mom–but its teenage heroine tells us, one time, at Band Camp, she inserted a flute into her privates….
You have to wonder how many impressionable young girls actually tried something like that, since the film suggests this is normal.
Normal sex cannot keep up with the deviant expectations set by teenage sex comedies—let alone the harder pornography into which they seek to ease their audience.
(And that’s a good thing, by the way).
Naomi Wolf goes on to discuss the negative effects of pornography–which destroys healthy sexual and romantic relations–a process actively promoted by CIA.
As Wolf writes in The Porn Myth,
Well, I am forty, and mine is the last female generation to experience that sense of sexual confidence and security in what we had to offer. Our younger sisters had to compete with video porn in the eighties and nineties, when intercourse was not hot enough. Now you have to offer—or flirtatiously suggest—the lesbian scene, the ejaculate-in-the-face scene. Being naked is not enough; you have to be buff, be tan with no tan lines, have the surgically hoisted breasts and the Brazilian bikini wax—just like porn stars…. Pornography is addictive; the baseline gets ratcheted up. By the new millennium, a vagina—which, by the way, used to have a pretty high “exchange value,” as Marxist economists would say—wasn’t enough; it barely registered on the thrill scale. All mainstream porn—and certainly the Internet—made routine use of all available female orifices.
Wolf, who also wrote The End of America, and who seems to be waking up to chemtrails, despite her connection to Bill Clinton, was arrested in connection with Occupy Wall Street. She wasn’t a protester, but she was swept in….
Courtesy of OPERATION MOCKINGBIRD, that picture was splashed over the news sites. Does she remind you of anyone?
Remember what CIA did to Lara Logan?
But let’s return to the pornography Wolf discusses, because the teen sex comedies also suggest we make our own porn movies.
Later, CIA, through Hollywood, would make the suggestion explicit.
But the internet didn’t exist when Revenge of the Nerds came out, so the nerds had to settle for secretly video-recording the women they victimized and distributing topless pictures of Betty in a “fund-raiser.”
Technology had advanced by the time of American Pie, so Jim could set up a hidden webcam in his room to watch an exchange student undress and masturbate—without her permission—and broadcast her video to his school.
That’s called illegal wiretapping, invasion of privacy, and revenge porn. As a result of his crimes, Nadia had to return to her homeland. But, somehow, Jim’s supposed to be the victim….
This is the kind of thing these movies play off as teenage high-jinks….
But worst is the dismissal of any wet blanket who complains.
In Porky’s—which, despite its flaws, has the strongest female characters—we see a group objecting to obscenity.
They are painted as fools….
No doubt, that’s how I look to some, now that I have written this article.
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