My hobby? Oh, yes. I used to garden, and collect ancient coins. Now, I just f*ck Rock Stars.
November 29, 2000 2:25 AM   Subscribe

My hobby? Oh, yes. I used to garden, and collect ancient coins. Now, I just f*ck Rock Stars. I think maybe these girls got the wrong message from the movie Almost Famous. At any rate, it seems like this site maps out pretty clearly the best way for a young woman to be used sexually and then discarded by the musician of her choice.
posted by kristin (5 comments total)

I knew i should have been a rock star instead of a geek.
posted by th3ph17 at 3:23 AM on November 29, 2000

Sounds to me that these young women are using the Rock Stars, not the other way around.
posted by internook at 6:05 AM on November 29, 2000

No, no, the Band-Aids were there for the music.
posted by dhartung at 12:45 PM on November 29, 2000

Um, Kristin?

Why does it have to be the rock stars using the women?


Might it not be the women, using the rock stars?

My favorite link-out: Cynthia Plaster Caster.
posted by baylink at 7:09 PM on November 29, 2000

Well, see, bay, all good Victorians have known for over 150 years that women have no interest in sex. None. Ever. So, see, a woman would never have sex because she wants to, but because she's forced into it (or persuaded, or cajoled, or emotionally blackmailed -- all being different levels of force)... "used sexually", if you will.

And, naturally, men cannot restrain themselves from being the brutes that they are, just as women can't avoid not being interested in that stuff... at least, not without said women selling out to the patriarchy and peddling themselves.

Of course, this theory leaves unexplained the phenomenon of, "I could ask him/her out... He/She seems interested in me... But what if it's all in my head, and they say no? I'd just die!" But, hey, why should easily observable behavior get in the way of a theory that fires you up from inside, eh?

Meanwhile, back on the planet I live on, one called "Earth" -- head for Sirius, take a left, can't miss it -- men and women both enjoy, dislike, are frightened by, and are ennobled by, sex... with about a equal balance between the genders of thought, emotion, outright lust, and foolishness.

Your mileage may vary. Some settling may have occurred in shipment. :)

posted by aurelian at 12:43 AM on November 30, 2000

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