Aging femiservative explains what’s in all of this Savile child abuse hysteria for the hags – effectively putting the 60′s sexual revolution on trial and a call for a return to sexual puritanism. I’ve read about 20 similar commentary pieces by similarly aging hags, all saying almost identical things. This one was chosen just as an example :
Thursday October 11,2012
By Virginia Blackburn
SO NOW we know: Jimmy Savile was an absolutely disgusting pervert who was allowed to run riot because the BBC thought it was more important to safeguard the reputation of one of their own than to protect children.
But why has no one pointed out the decade in which his wicked behaviour began? It was the Sixties, the much-lauded time of the “sexual revolution”, which quite frankly has turned out to be an absolute disaster for women.
Today’s lonely singleton ladies and commitment-phobe men date back directly to that decade, as do ladette behaviour, the massive rise in fatherless families and the notion that there can be sex without consequences. There can’t and there isn’t and if we had any sense we’d turn back the clock right now.
Predators such as Savile have always existed but the fact is that it was much easier for him and a host of others to exist in an era in which girls were expected to sleep with anyone and everyone because they were told sex was as natural and no more special than having lunch every day.
The resounding silence of othe DJs of that era speaks volumes. Girls were “dolly birds” and what’s the harm of a bit of fun between consenting adults?
The fact that the girls involved weren’t adults is something no one seems to have been that bothered about but the same applies to women over the age of consent too.
When sex was something men had to fight for – and it very much wasn’t taken for granted as it is today – women were to some extent protected because sex was considered special and not given lightly.
The author Martin Amis, himself a renowned ladies’ man, said recently that the sexual revolution benefited men, not women, and he is absolutely right.
No one wants to go back to an era of puritan-like repression but we’ve created a society where no doesn’t mean no because, hey, everyone’s at it these days.
And frankly, it stinks.