“I’m automatically attracted to beautiful women. I just start kissing them, it’s like a magnet. I just kiss. I don’t even wait. And when you’re a star, they let you do it. You can do anything. Grab em by the pussy…you can do anything.”
While the media has vilified Trump’s comments as evidence of sexual assault, this merely confirms what any rational person knows: that many women will eagerly submit sexually to famous, powerful, influential, rich and charismatic men.
Actually, it’s one of their greatest fantasies.
If you don’t believe me, read My Secret Garden by Nancy Friday, in which the author interviews hundreds of women about their sexual fantasies. Turns out they overwhelmingly masturbate to visions of being dominated, and even raped by strong men who don’t give a fuck. No big surprise for anyone who studies social psychology or pickup.
The key statement that the media refuses to highlight is this:
“And when you’re a star, they let you do it.”
That’s called consent. Eager, willing, consent.
Trump may be a douche, but he is a a famous billionaire after all and women are no doubt lining up to have their pussies grabbed by him.
How about you, the common guy, working at a job, trying to find a girl. Can you just GHBTP?
I’ve kissed many women, and grabbed many pussies, and never was it non-consensual. I have enough experience with women to know by their body language, words and vibe, when I can escalate sexually, and how far. You just know. And if you don’t know, you try and learn with small physical moves. You start with kissing. Then with thigh stroking, and eventually end up at Shagrilla. If she doesn’t want you there, she’ll tell you.
Here’s some real talk: Nothing dries a girl up faster than asking permission.
“May I touch your pussy?”
There’s a big difference between touching a woman’s pussy who is submissive because she’s mesmerized with attraction, and assaulting someone. But the media doesn’t get nuance. They give zero fucks.
The real crime here is being caught saying what women shouldn’t hear.
I’ve been around movie stars, rockstars, and other celebrities, and I’ve witnessed how women react in their presence—they lose their shit. These guys can get sucked off by strangers a dozen times a day if they want. They can touch as many pussies as they want. That’s what being famous is like for a man. It’s not hateful, or rape. It’s being famous…and a man.
For women, looks aren’t what tickles their libido, it’s social proof.
It’s being near someone with great fame, wealth or power. Being desired by such a man that everyone knows and talks about is highly, highly erotic for most women. This is why serial killers marry their groupies. That is the irrational power of fame on women.
This is why the dwarf from Game of Thrones is considered a sex symbol. This is why ugly ass celebrities can bang as many beautiful, random women as their hearts desire—simply because they’re famous.
Men don’t care if a woman is famous. Men are attracted to youth, fertility, a fit body and a little feminine charm. Men and women are just wired differently.
If you want to know what a day in the life of a male celebrity is like, watch the movie “Somewhere” directed by Sophia Coppola, daughter of Francis Ford Coppola. The plot follows a bored celeb as he travels to promote his new movie. At every stop beautiful women throw themselves at him. His cellphone is bombarded with angry text messages from women he’s blocked. He has sex on tap, and yes he seems to enjoy it to a degree. This must be a reflection of what Sophia Coppola has witnessed in her own life, with such a famous father.
If you want a peek into the real nature of women’s desires and fantasies, read or watch (I dare you) megalithic hit, Fifty Shades of Grey, in which a young. naive girl is completely dominated by an older, wealthy, famous and powerful billionaire.
Chris Delamo makes this point expertly in the video below, and sums up the lies and hypocrisy of the mainstream media and feminism’s denial of basic human sexuality. The truth of it anyway, ugly and fascinating as it can be.