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Rush Limbaugh: No Means Yes If You Know How To Spot It


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Rush Limbaugh is so sick of the "modern" definition of consent. When a girl says "NO," she actually means NO. But that's just crazy talk, according to Limbaugh.

"How many of you guys in your own experience with women have learned that 'no' means 'yes' if you know how to spot it?" he asked on "The Rush Limbaugh Show" Monday. "It used to be used as a cliché."

Really? Was it?

Limbaugh then read off Ohio State University's definition of consent, which outlines how two people should behave once they have decided to engage in a sexual relationship. It states that you and your partner must agree to engage in the activity every step of the way, including agreeing on "why" you are doing so. But that just sucks all the fun out of it, Limbaugh said.

"Agreeing on the 'why' takes all the romance out of everything!" he said. "Seduction used to be an art, now of course it's brutish and it's predatory and it's bad."

Listen to the audio in the clip above.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/09/15/rush-limbaugh-consent_n_5824582.html

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Limbaugh then read off Ohio State University's definition of consent, which outlines how two people should behave once they have decided to engage in a sexual relationship. It states that you and your partner must agree to engage in the activity every step of the way, including agreeing on "why" you are doing so. But that just sucks all the fun out of it, Limbaugh said.

That's BS. As long as it's consensual, why would their reasons for doing it matter? If she wants to piss off her ex-boyfriend and he just wants a nut, what difference does it make?

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I agree he can be funny.

The fact that so many mouthbreathers actually believe him and take him seriously is pretty scary, though. Doesn't help that he refuses to admit he's just an entertainer, and in fact goes out of his way to label himself as "America's anchorman" and a serious figure.

I think there are more people who get their panties in a wad about him than take him literally. That is a big part about what makes him funny. This bit is a perfect example.
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Sometimes "no" does mean "yes". "Stop" means "no" every single time. "No" said in a sweet voice while wearing lingerie and no panties is playful teasing and means yes every single time. Well, it might mean "slow down" sometimes, which still means "yes" to foreplay.

"No" in a low pitch, angry, mean, or standoffish way does actually mean "no". Except if it's role playing and it's a girl's fantasy to be pinned down and manhandled. There are some girls that are into that. Not in a Ray Rice way, but in a Tarzan/Jane kind of way.

And for the record, if she's kissing back, moaning, and saying you really shouldn't, that means she's ready and just trying to pretend it's not really like her to go that far that soon.

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"No" said in a sweet voice while wearing lingerie and no panties is playful teasing and means yes every single time. Well, it might mean "slow down" sometimes, which still means "yes" to foreplay.

"No" in a low pitch, angry, mean, or standoffish way does actually mean "no". Except if it's role playing and it's a girl's fantasy to be pinned down and manhandled. There are some girls that are into that. Not in a Ray Rice way, but in a Tarzan/Jane kind of way.

And for the record, if she's kissing back, moaning, and saying you really shouldn't, that means she's ready and just trying to pretend it's not really like her to go that far that soon.

Every single one of those scenarios you mentioned above is considered rape, all because she said "No." It doesn't matter if she mumbled it while giving you a blow#%^&, after hand-cuffing you to the bed.

Just listen to all of the PSA's on tv and radio, it no longer matters what her mood, attire, or actions were at the time. "No" means "No." (even if it's spelled out in whip cream on her #$%^). It's the same argument women are now using to cry rape after regretting that one night.

Too bad for those women who like that sort of thing, but it's the way things are now.

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Every single one of those scenarios you mentioned above is considered rape, all because she said "No." It doesn't matter if she mumbled it while giving you a blow#%^&, after hand-cuffing you to the bed.

Just listen to all of the PSA's on tv and radio, it no longer matters what her mood, attire, or actions were at the time. "No" means "No." (even if it's spelled out in whip cream on her #$%^). It's the same argument women are now using to cry rape after regretting that one night.

Too bad for those women who like that sort of thing, but it's the way things are now.

Whoa, dude. I used to think you're an ignorant goon. Now I think you're a piece of human trash.
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everyone knows that sometimes women feel the need to put up a "virtuous" front. Men don't have a front they have to put up regarding sex.

But everyone has met a woman who has to put up at least the front of being virtuous.

They may end up wearing their high heels for earrings, but many feel a need to at least put up a front and say "no" at times in the progression to sex.

"No" often means...."I'm a good girl, really I am"

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everyone knows that sometimes women feel the need to put up a "virtuous" front. Men don't have a front they have to put up regarding sex.

But everyone has met a woman who has to put up at least the front of being virtuous.

They may end up wearing their high heels for earrings, but many feel a need to at least put up a front and say "no" at times in the progression to sex.

"No" often means...."I'm a good girl, really I am"

Let's hear it for rape apologists everywhere!
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Oh come on, women are notorious for beating around the bush and not saying what they truly mean.

Many women want to be seen as virtuous and anybody who hasn't experienced that, hasn't experienced women.

Seduction is a push and pull thing and everybody knows it.

Try it with a woman sometimes. Say as you're dating or meeting someone new.

Just do exactly what the woman says......You're kissing on the couch, she says "no".

Act like she totally means it, back off, act as though you've lost all interest in having sex with her.

If you make no more advances, I guarantee you she will.

everyone knows it's a game, and a woman saying no when you reach for her one time has more to do with her affecting your opinion of her

than anything else.

But lets just deny human nature and come up with a catchy slogan "NO MEANS NO".

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