Last week, the Channel Nine tabloids ran a column: Trump and Epstein partied and commented on women in 1992 video.
The piece was partially syndicated from a New York Times column and published without a byline. The video shows the billionaires laughing and discussing chicks together at Trump’s Mar-a-Lago club in Florida.
Perhaps Epstein and Trump would have been better off discussing their belly-buttons or venemous tropical fire ants? Because apparently discussing hot chicks, like the average bloke — is a big no-no in today’s times.
What is The SMAge implying? That Epstein and Trump trafficked women together? I couldn’t give a rat’s testicle about sex-offender Jeffrey Epstein nor do I care much for Trump. I just detest the shitty association.
In acclaimed American anthropologist’s Helen Fisher’s piece. she discusses flirting and gender exchanges across the animal kingdom from humans to gorillas to antelopes.
Chest thrusts, preening, attention-getting and revealing of the teeth are all part of the exchange. Blokes have been leering at women for centuries, this is not new. It’s got something to do with their biological inclination to prevent human extinction. Take up your issues with the creator or the universe.
And the opportunistic left-wing press loves nothing more than to rehash a statement made by Trump to New York Magazine back in 2002 in reference to Epstein:
He’s a lot of fun to be with. It is even said that he likes beautiful women as much as I do, and many of them are on the younger side.
Seriously, what bloke in the universe doesn’t like beautiful women or youthful snatch? It cannot be proved that Trump was referring to “underage” girls. He could have been speaking about adult teens and women in their early twenties.
If you can find me a man anywhere that doesn’t like beautiful felines and young pussy. I will give you all of my assets — of which I have none.
Vanessa de Largie is a freelance journalist, sex columnist and public speaker that divides her time between London and Melbourne. You can find more of her work on her website.
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