The Sun Page Three Cul-De-Sac

21/01/2015 12:06


The Sun Page Three Cul-De-Sac


The uncorroborated news that the United Kingdom The Sun newspaper will cease publishing pictures of topless women, known as Page Three Girls since German born Stephanie Rahn appeared on November 11, 1970, was greeted by some with regret and others, particularly feminist campaigners against the exploitation of women, with applause. Most working class schoolboys with a modicum of aspiration that kept them at homework and schoolwork rather than dating were grateful for Page Three because it gave them information about the female form that otherwise they wouldn`t have had. These were not sad boys, but intelligent individuals from a lower level of class society in England, where working, middle, and upper class rankings within societal structure is still the main stumbling block to life. However, topless photographs in black and white, before publication of The Daily Star from November 2, 1978, saw the first topless color nude models in an English newspaper, only allowed schoolboys in England to perceive that women were grey with breasts. What was inside their nickers remained a mystery, and would remain so until they were eighteen years old, according to English law, when they were allowed to buy what the United Kingdom calls `top shelf` material labeled `adult` in newsagents, where most of the women who appeared topless on Page Three of The Sun, The Daily Mirror (page 5), and The Daily Star (page 7) could be seen without their nickers.



 Although magazines like Mayfair, first published by Paul Raymond from 1965, featured nude models without nickers, although open labia and exposed clitoris were taboo, and sexual intercourse of any sort was forbidden to be pedaled as a business item in the United Kingdom, which meant that, if a boy wanted sex education, he`d have to marry or find a woman who`d reveal more of the picture. What Page Three and Mayfair didn`t reveal to young `adult` buyers was that women have penis of their own. Reference to `supply and demand` allows the United Kingdom`s government to escape from being criticized, because publishers who can`t sell magazines don`t produce any. Education, however, is a different issue. If young women don`t know that women have penis of their own as `futanarian` women with their own penis and womb, their perception of themselves in the daily mirror is schizophrenic rejection of their own bodies in preference for a man`s body which isn`t actually her sexual counterpart in terms of human sexual intercourse and the production of children.



 The culture of Saudi Arabia in Moslem Islam is perhaps the closest to England`s in respect of its understanding of the role of women in society. In the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA), four wives are permissible within a marriage, which means that it`s perfectly feasible for women to sexually reproduce as `futanarian` humans with their own penis` semen for the sexual reproduction of children. Amongst Moslems it`s traditional to wear the one-piece coverall of the burkha in public so that the bodies of the women can`t be seen, which is something that Westerners aren`t able to understand because they`re not educated in the knowledge of women`s penis.



 To Saudi Arabia`s holy city of Mecca, where the temple of Abraham, the `Ka` Ba, was built by Ishmael, son of Hajer, Abraham`s concubine after Sara, his wife, became barren after the birth of his son, Isaac, whose line founded Judaism, Moslem pilgrims journey each year during the Haj, named for Hajer, whose son Ishmael was of the lineage of the Prophet Mohamed, to whom the holy book of the Koran (610-30 C. E.) was dictated by the angels, according to Islamic tradition, because Hajer was Egyptian rather than Jewish. Although the Jews have a similar tradition to the Christians in monogamy, Moslem marriage devolves from Hajer`s role as an unacknowledged second wife of Abraham after Sara became barren and gave to Abraham her maidservant to father another child, Ishmael. Although Christianity knows little of Islam, the Koran contains the story of Jesus born from his mother, the Virgin Mary, uncontaminated by male semen in Sura 19, `Maryam`, where Jesus` name is Isa.

 The meaning of Jesus` birth derives from Eden where the serpent tempted Eve and Adam to eat of the `fruit of the tree of the knowledge of good and evil`, saying `You shall be as gods.` (Gen: 3. 5) God told Eve, `You shall crush the head of the serpent with your foot, and he shall lie in wait for your heel.` (Gen: 3. 15) Eve`s `foot` is the `futanarian` women afforded the opportunity to sexually reproduce within the family by Moslems in Islam. With children produced from women`s semen, the will of the mind of the serpent is thwarted, which only wants ignorance and blindness. Although Eve and Adam were expelled from Eden, God`s promise was Redemption. Eve would have labor pain and Adam would labor, but the birth of Jesus from the descendant of Eve, his mother, the Virgin Mary, was `woman`s seed`. The historical absence of `futanarian` women from the human picture is because men and women after Eden killed her, so they`d have slavery through the host womb of the human species as parasites upon her.

 At the `Last Supper` before his crucifixion by agents of the Roman Empire occupying Palestine, Jesus offered `bread and wine` to his disciples as symbols of his `body and blood`. In betraying Jesus to the Romans, the disciple Judas Iscariot was rejecting the human host, that is, `woman`s seed`, while Jesus` death, Resurrection and Ascension to heaven prefigures the Resurrection of `futanarian` women who, like Jesus` mother, the Virgin Mary, give birth uncontaminated by male semen because they have penis of their own. In Egyptian mythology, the `Ka` is the spirit and the `Ba` is the soul, which are conjoined after death as the `magical personality`, the `Akh`. Consequently, the `Ka` Ba` built by Ishmael in Mecca, as the child of his Egyptian mother, Hajer, represents the spirit and soul of the woman conjoined as the `Akh` or `magical personality` represented by the `futanarian` woman capable of giving birth without male semen.



 In Jungian psychology, women don`t have a soul, but an animus or spirit, while men have a soul, the anima, which is projected from within outwardly as the desire for sexual intercourse. Jung observed that a woman`s animus sees itself as surrounded by men, because she is, although Jung perceived that as male admiration, whereas it`s encirclement designed to prevent her from sexually reproducing with her own species of `woman`s seed`. Consequently, men`s role is that of a parasite inveigling itself into the host womb of the human race. Men bodies are shells inside which women`s `Ka` waits death and Resurrection so that she can join with her `Ba` body, represented by Page Three Girls in UK culture, because it`s the desire of the woman`s penis that the boy experiences when he looks at nude women in `adult` magazines. Ancient Greek society understood the concept of men as `shells` very well. In Greek mythology the goddess of love, Aphrodite, was depicted as rising from the waves of the ocean on a shell, while in the Bible Eve is depicted as emerging from Adam`s rib. Greek society institutionalized host womb slavery for women and homosexuality in pederasty and war to spread its viral contagion further, which is what parasites are for. The `Ka` Ba` in Mecca prefigures the `Akh` or `magical personality` of the woman`s `Ka` emerging from the shell of the body of the man after death, as the sexual counterpart of the `Ba` body or soul of woman represented in UK culture as Page Three Girls. In Saudi Arabia families and single males are separated, because rhere are male `futanarian` with vagina. In religious terms, Jesus` Resurrection as a `Ka` preceding his conjoining as a `magical personality` with his `Ba`, would have been `futanarian`. Saudi Arabia`s taboo against revealing itself as a `futanarian` society is similar to the United Kingdom`s taboo against the woman`s penis, because the children`s ignorance and blindness in slavery is the issue.

 Karl Marx, the German economist, in Das Kapital (1867), observed that capitalism was `ownership of the means of production`, which is what women are. Consequently, monogamy is capitalist slavery, because women can`t own the means of production if the propagandists tell them they don`t have a penis of their own. Moreover, if men don`t tell women that men have vaginas of their own, women accept the status quo, which is that of schizophrenic rejection of their own race for a man`s penis` `seed`. However, if men tell women that `futanarian` men have vaginas, women are redundant biologically, although the UK teaches that Page Three Girls are the object of all penis` desire, that is, `futanarian` men represent `forbidden fruit`, which is why the serpent in Eden was promised eternal unendurable pain for persuading Eve and Adam to reject the fruit of the `tree of life`, which is immortality, for slavery and death. Death, because slavers don`t want humans to live long enough to understand their predicament, which is that they need `futanarian` brains to escape from parasitism upon the host womb of the human race, which produces just shells, unless the parasites accept Jesus` teaching of `woman`s seed` and Redemption through humanity towards humans.



 Although four wives in Moslem Islam looks like slavery, women`s capacity to sexually reproduce together is liberated, while taboo against nudity disguises the prevailing sexual paradigm, which in the West is the boy`s penis in magazines like the United States` Playboy published by Hugh Hefner since 1953. Page Three Girls photographs in black and white in The Sun newspaper, since 1970`s Stephanie Rahan appeared `topless` on November 17, are Arabian insofar as the story goes. The Mogul Emperor, Shah Jehan, beheaded his wife for a suspected affair with his brother, that is, she was `topless`, and the storyteller, Scheherezade, told stories to the king until he ceased his practice of marrying a woman and beheading her each evening by marrying Sheherezade to continue listening to her stories every evening. The story of Scheherezade is the framing device for the 8th century collection of tales, One Thousand And One Nights, because it depicts the necessity for a woman to keep her head, and not go `topless`, which suggests that a woman`s erect penis on Page Three of The Sun, representative of brainpower, rather than limp brainlessness, is what `topless` girls need, rather than banishment from the kingdom.