Do you remember when a few years ago there was a lot of talk about
reducing the sex and violence in TV programs and movies? Since that
time, there appears to have been an explosion in the proliferation of
such “entertainment.” As I’ve said before, violence sells. Well, it
seems that sex sells, too; and the two together become an unbeatable
duo, when it comes to marketing.
At the same time, there appears to be this pervasive male sexual
insecurity that companies are only too happy to exploit. Isn’t it
amazing and ironic how the “foods” (if that garbage can be called
“food”!) that are responsible for clogging up arteries are advertised as
“manly”? Common sense would indicate that the male genital organ that is
the focus of this obsession with “manliness” depends on a readily
available supply of blood for “performance.” Then how can
artery-clogging “foods” be advertised as “manly” by fast food companies?
Is it any wonder that pharmaceuticals for “erectile dysfunction” are
so popular? (Don’t you love the way the industry turns everything into a
“disease,” with an acronym like “E D,” for example?) It seems that
desperate men are willing to take their chances on pharmaceutical side
effects such as blindness (among others) than to use their brains, think
for themselves, and try a whole foods vegan diet.
In my opinion, there is nothing “manly” about a guy who is so
insecure in his sexuality that he has to eat the tortured remains of
other animals and their secretions, become impotent, suffer from
digestive disorders, and spend his money on dubious “cures” from the
medical/pharmaceutical industries. It’s obvious that his organ is not
the only thing that’s dysfunctional: Such behavior proves to me that the
guy suffers from terminal ignorance and/or cowardice.