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The Raving Lesbian

Stephanie Donald-Wilcox—Publisher, LGBT-Today

Donald-Trump-CaricatureI awoke this morning to the “hot” story of Donald Trump and Sean Hannity, the Faux News degenerate, accusing Bill Clinton of rape. The story appeared in Politico and The New Civil Rights Movement.

When I first saw the headline, I blinked and thought I must still be asleep, because of all the people who might have accused Bill Clinton of sexual misconduct, the last person in the world who should have opened his mouth was Donald Trump.

I did a quick search regarding “Sexual Misconduct and Donald Trump,” and came up with no less than seven accusations of fondling, forced rape and one of the accusations came from Ivanna Trump, who later clarified “not in the criminal sense.”

Gee, Ivanna, just how can the words “rape” and “not in the criminal sense” in the same sentence not be an oxymoron? Just how many “degrees” of rape are there? Trump raped his wife. Most men would shrug and say, “why not? After all; she did marry him.”

 

As a matter of fact, most men would shake his hand and tell him how much they admire him for being able to get away with things that an everyday working man would have been thrown under the jail for.

I mean, we’re talking about a man who once posed for artist Illma Gore completely in the nude and the portrait was banned in the United States. After viewing this3502731899 monument to Donald Trump’s narcissism, I now know what the “finger” debate was about. Trump doesn’t have a dick; he’s got a Wee Willie Winkie with almost no public hair—or it might be shaved—either way, he’s a pervert.

This is man whose standpoint on the accusations of rape given by Ivanna at their divorce hearing as “you can’t rape your wife.” Gee, really?

As a victim of rape myself, I can tell you that married or not, you can violate any woman and most men, after self-justifying the event and taking away any legal impact upon themselves for doing so, will rape a woman given an environment that there will be no retribution for the act.

Merriam-Webster definition of rapeRape is defined by Merriam-Webster’s dictionary as, “to seize and take away by force—despoil.” There’s no mention in there that rape can’t be committed by a man on his legal wife and the law today generally sides with women on this issue (as long as you don’t live in Flori-duh or the South) although, even in the 1990s and before that, the courts generally tried to blame the woman for her own rape because of something she said, the way she dressed, or the false assumption on men’s part that when a woman says, “No,” she actually meant, “Yes.”

It can be universally agreed upon by all women that if a man exposes himself and forces a woman into having sex with him, “no” means “no,” no matter what legally married issue that men use to self-rationalize.

Ivanna’s story was that after Donald got a painful scalp minimizing operation (and everyone wonders where that weird hair of his comes from?), he not only raped her, but “brutalized” her to boot.

Now don’t get me wrong, I’m not a fan of Bill Clinton or his wife Hillary, who maintain a relationship of convenience due to Bill’s proclivity for sticking his tool where it doesn’t belong.

Everyone can admit that, but at one time, if any President of the United States were accused of rape at any previous point in their life, they would have been stricken from the public’s popularity like last week’s “catch of the day.”

Nowadays, one candidate can brutalize a woman and the public shrugs and most men who are in favor of that candidate think, “Gee, if I could get away with that because I’m rich, damn right I’d rape a women!”

Okay, so what do we know about Clinton and Trump?

We know about Monica Lewinsky, cigars and a cum-stained dress. The fact that Newt Gingrich paid Lewinsky to entrap Bill Clinton seems to have evaded the major media in the mid-1990s until now, when the story was “hot off the presses.” Why would Lewinsky flirt, give sexual innuendo and then sleep with the President and then immediately go to the President’s enemies with all the evidence to try to impeach him?

I know that the GOP, now and at the time, tried to make it an issue of overall morality and they were right to a certain degree, but that accusation came from Newt Gingrich, a man who cheated on his while she was wasting away from cancer.

The moral of this tale is an old saying: Those who live in glass houses shouldn’t be throwing stones.

Think for yourselves, people! I know some of you out there have a mentality of the lights are on but nobody’s home, but are you completely incapable of deductive reasoning for yourself, or do all of you have your education in life from watching “The Apprentice?”

My father once told me that “men of power often have sex with someone other than their wives.It's just a fact of life.” Of course that was when I was old enough to remember and questioned him about how many women he had shagged when I was younger and took me to several of his mistress’s homes after buying me a toy and telling me I had to wait in the car for four hours while he satisfied himself. I was the excuse he gave to my mother. "How could I messing around with (so-and-so) if I had our child with me?" He rightfully counted on my lack of knowledge about sex and love at the tender age of 4-6 years-old.

The clincher came when I was 5 years-old and I told my mother that I saw daddy kissing another woman as he was leaving her house after four hours of waiting in the car for him. My father’s response to me was, “Why do you say things like that when you know it upsets your mother?”

My mother wasn’t exactly the strong sort. She drank like a fish from dawn until she went to bed and had been admitted to several mental hospitals, for the exact reason of drying out, but they called it, “a nervous breakdown,” only because she drank because she was weak and she was weak because she drank. Thanks to my father’s reasoning, her mental status became my responsibility from the time I was 3 years-old on until I finally stood up to him when I was 30.

The truth of the matter is that men are not sexually exclusive types. If you’re a straight woman or a gay man, you know I’m telling the truth because every partner of a man knows they can’t be trusted with the institution known as “monogamy.” When it comes to gay men; they seem to have the lock on sneaking around because they both do it while accusing the other partner of impropriety.

I’m not insulting men. I’m just stating a sobering fact. If I’m wrong then try asking any married woman or married gay man if she/he never had the thought that her husband was cheating on her/him? If a man gets caught cheating, he simply states, “It was just for sex. She/he meant nothing to me.” If it’s a gay married man, he is a bit less hurt because he had probably cheated prior to that time and wasn’t man enough to admit it or didn’t get caught. Men are the masters of “do as I say and not as I do.”

Men have this double-edged morality sword that not only cuts the person they claim to love, but it also basically emasculates themselves because they got away with doing the same thing they so readily accuse their partner of doing. If you don’t believe me then ask a divorced man/woman to tell the truth and ask if they ever cheated? If they’re honest, they would say “yes,” when their husband’s cheating was the whole reason why they filed for divorce in the first place.

So much for “Christian morality,” huh?

A lot of people wonder why I hold Jack Nichols in such high esteem and the reason is very clear to me. Jack never lied about his sexual conduct and never judged KayLahusen JackNichols2Jack Nichols (left) and Lige Clarke (right) about 1968 when they were the editors for "Gay" magazine, the first nationally distributed gay and lesbian publication in America.anyone else for loving one person and screwing someone else. It was a fact of life he learned the hard way when his partner, Lige Clarke, drove the point home in the late-1960s because he was beginning to feel like a housewife to Jack’s activism and work and he didn’t want to be the one who stayed home, cooked dinner and cleaned the house.

Jack had this “white-picket fence” attitude about relationships back then that was left over from the heterosexual attitudes about love and marriage imparted to him from his mother, father and grandparents. I don’t fault them. By Jack’s loving description of his grandparents and his strong mother (whom I had met and knew fairly well), there was nothing they ever did or said that detracted from Jack’s child and adult personality and life. I wish I had a less dysfunctional family like Jack’s.

Just after Lige Clarke was murdered in Mexico, Jack published a book that he and Lige wrote called “Men's Liberation: A New Definition of Masculinitythat basically came clean about the whole “men want to fuck” issue.

I had to admire Jack for being the most honest man I’ve ever known.The book is definitely worth the read, even if the material is pretty much dated to the mid-1970s and the disco-era attitudes about cocaine, screwing and dance-until-you-drop crowd.

I am saying that Jack was very honest about his sexual proclivities, but was his attitude just a massive self-justification, or was he just saying what every man thinks about dipping his wick? Only a man could enlighten us on that subject and the Donald Trump/Sean Hannity interview is just more bullshit from the biggest bullshiter of all times since Adolph Hitler.

Once upon a time, men would try and avoid cheating on their wives, but today, all morality bets are off because just about any man in a relationship has been there, done that and has the tee shirt to prove it. How can they judge someone who does the same thing they do?

If one rapist accuses another rapist, it’s the evening news, but if a righteous man makes the accusation, then is he hiding something? If he is hiding his own sex life, then that’s more of a story than the accusation. So much for men’s treatment by the media, huh?

And people wonder why I’m a lesbian?

So what does the accusation of one rapist mean to another? Not much if you value deductive reasoning, but today’s world is flipped upside down and the biggest hammer in the GOP armory is the hint of impropriety. “If Donald Trump and Sean Hannity said so, then it must be the truth!”

Give me a break, folks. Are you really that dumb? I know that intellectualism and education aren’t as prized as they once were, but even a four year-old can deduce such an obvious case of hypocrisy. “Daddy, why is it bad when someone else does the same thing you do?”

Try explaining that to the intellect of a fledgling child and adults born after 1981 and then you’ll understand why I’m “The Raving Lesbian.”

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