I like this song! It’s much better than the dick-shaming ballads that many female artists have been roaring out. This song has many dimensions? In the first dimension, we can be happy that some of our women seem to have heard us. We have spent the past decade blogging, vlogging, writing, protesting, or even complaining. Oh, the harmful effects of feminism on heterosexual relationships. Look at how it drives a wedge between men and women. It teaches women to view their male colleague’s romantic advances as harassment. It scares men away from their confidence. Now men are even reluctant to step up to a woman and express their sexual interest. This song parts the stormy clouds of dick shaming, allowing the sun to beam its rays of sexual healing upon all of us heterosexual folk.
What is the problem with sex? A man is aching with a rock-hard erection. We would criticize any woman who gives him pu$$y. She’s a whore. She’s a slut. The banana gobbler is a thot.
These racy lyrics stimulate the sexual appetite of straight women. They encourage those women to embrace their vast sensual impulse. To welcome a strong and manly man to plow away at them in their bed. That is an indication that Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion have heard the heartfelt screams of men. They are playing their part to improve the circumstance in that regard. They have attacked the man-hating aspect of feminism or womanism. And they have declared where they stand. These are heterosexual women who will not consider masculine energy as a problem. We MUST commend these artists for doing that. The second dimension of this song brings us to the religious or monotheistic definition of spirituality. Here we have the age-old “whore in this house” syndrome.
These artists conjured up the spirit of Jezebel and channeled it on to their female fans. Our community has trained us to hate men so much that we will shame the women who satisfy a man’s sexual need. It can also be misogyny to deny a heterosexual woman of the right to explore her sexual desire with a man. What is the problem with sex? A man is aching with a rock-hard erection. We would criticize any woman who gives him pu$$y. She’s a whore. She’s a slut. The banana gobbler is a thot. She is anything but a loving and supportive woman who has made sweet love to satisfy her desire and that of this horny man. No, she’s not a whore. She is a 21st-century heterosexual woman who understands the power of duality. That is the precise woman that a strong man needs in his life.
Well, we have this thing called morality. It is the teaching that a woman should be a virgin until marriage. Premarital sex is fornication, which the religions have described as a sin. As a result, we expect most women to be shy, conservative, chaste, or quiet about their sexual desire. Don’t tell that man how you’re such a horny girl. If you do that, you are a sinner and a whore. From that reasoning, this song could not be more Satanic. It brings the greatest joy to Lucifer since he encourages indulgence in this sin and abomination. God forbid she was ever horny and summoned a strong heterosexual man to dig her guts out. We should stone such a woman to death. The act of punishing a woman for having pleased the sexual desire of a man is, in itself, a demonstration of hatred for men. Why is that?
Yet, in 2020 I would rather have my woman be a “certified freak, seven days a week,” with a “wet-ass pussy,” that makes my pullout game weak. After all that male-bashing, sexual accusation…
Typically, in a Godly world, I would have endorsed the chaste position. Who wants their woman to be forward about sex? Should women be sexually dominant? Should they pick men up for casual sex? I don’t see it that way because in this song, Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion did not rap from that context. Yes, there is Jezebel written all over the walls of this pleasure house. But there is also a connotation of monogamy there as well. I would rather have a sex-crazed Jezebel who can’t wait to ride me than a man-hating feminist who constantly yammers about sexual harassment and spousal rape. Let’s face it. This music video is unbelievably dope! I think this song is creative, expressive, and very relevant to the present antagonistic heterosexual male/female climate in North America.
We want heterosexual people to feel free to have a healthy sexual interaction with one another. By saying that, I’m not speaking against religion or morality, far from that. I don’t pray for women to cheat or slut their way around. Yet, in 2020 I would rather have my woman be a “certified freak, seven days a week,” with a “wet-ass pussy,” that makes my pullout game weak. After all that male-bashing, sexual accusation, and the intimidation of male’s romantic advances? If you’re a purebred heterosexual male, it would be a deep breath of fresh air. Let women throw on some sexy lingerie with a silk nightgown and talk about, let me “hop on top, I wanna ride, I do a kegel while it’s inside, spit in my mouth, look in my eyes, this pussy is wet, come take a dive.” Are you kidding me? Let’s do this!!!
If a lot of women adopt this attitude and keep it up, 50 percent of the men who have gone their own way would burst a U-turn and pull right back into the plantation. I hadn’t become an MGTOW for that exact reason – the possibility for a return to normalcy. Instead of arguments and accusations of spousal rape, it’s “I want you to park that big Mack truck right in this little garage, make it cream, make me scream, out in public, make a scene?” Can I grab her ass in public and French kiss like the world was coming to an end? This is a massive win for all the men who have been blogging, vlogging, or protesting against all of the male-bashing and dick shaming with which the mainstream media has been brainwashing our beautiful girlfriends, fiances, and wives whom we love so dearly.
After all that effort to chase the men away, while turning our women to lonely single mothers, we have come to a point where the women have heard us? We learned lessons but now they’re about to say, “look, I need a hard hitter, need a deep stroker, need a Henny drinker, need a weed smoker?” I’d say sign me up for a lifetime membership. At the very least, this is a good start. Yeah, I hear the pastors, the Imams, and the Rabbis. We will get to the point where we steer this energy in a less immoral direction, but for now, this song is a massive win for heterosexual relations. Shout out to Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion for dropping the most culturally significant song of the year. Imagine playing this song while you’re ripe off the Henny, and your sexy ass shorty is acting super right.
Instead of arguments and accusations of spousal rape, it’s “I want you to park that big Mack truck right in this little garage, make it cream, make me scream, out in public, make a scene?” Can I grab her ass in public and French kiss like the world was coming to an end?
This song and music video shows that women know what men want. They know we want to spend money on them. Women are aware that we like a lady who cooks and cleans. Grown men want to come home to craving wet pu$$y. The cultural significance of this song is precisely the understanding that men need love. The question is, if women knew what men want, then why had they stopped giving us that? Will this song lead to a change of attitude in the way heterosexual women relate to heterosexual men? It that’s the case, then the fathers my return home. Isn’t it interesting how once we remove dick shaming and male bashing we either get slut-shaming or a happy home? Never thought the day would come when I’d salute a Jezebel but today, we need Jezebel to save our families.*