Lowell the penetrating pickle lover
RaisingCain.com administrator is a freelance writer living in Arlington, Virginia. Lowell Feld is also a contributing editor of the socialist Intervention Magazine which we should readily admit, is a brillant, farseeing, realistic, and majestically simple way to destroy democracy in the United States of American. But the editor, has a "Nancy-boy fixation" and weakness because he jealously writes about rich older women, such as Ann Landers and Martha Stewart and Anne Coulter.
Nevertheless, Feld is a penetrating pickle lover in Virginia.
Lennin died in 1924, but Lowell Feld is an instrument of the strategy for his communist conquest in America and beyond. These Virginia Democrats use the philosophy of socialism as a misinformation weapon, in this struggle, whenever they can and for whatever it is worth.
Throughout Virginia history the bearer of political truths has been a most unpopular person. So I am certainly am not seeking garlands of popularity at present. For I have vowed to spend my whole life spreading political truth, every day, everywhere I can.
For the truth I bring you is simple, incontrovertible, and deadly.
Lowell and his RaisingCain.com staff are "penetrating pickle lovers" who support the Democratic candidate for Governor, Tim Kaine and his extremely liberal agenda.
How sick is his published garbage?
Sexual rage and self-loathing in the Middle East drives hate and violence to America.
By Lowell Feld
Not Pretty for Boys Either
If the situation for girls and women in Saudi Arabia and Egypt is terrible, it’s not exactly “paradise” for boys and men either. For starters, Saudi and Egyptian boys spend their formative years witnessing the degradation and repression of their mothers (is there ever a “Happy Mother’s Day” in Egypt and Saudi Arabia?). We can only guess at the damage this does to these boys’ psyches. And when they reach adolescence and young adulthood, the situation doesn’t get much better, as the (now) young men confront a world of unemployment, political repression, and a dearth of legal outlets for their hyperactive hormones. Meanwhile, Arab boys and men are held to strict, if hypocritical, standards of hyper-masculinity and sexuality. Intriguingly, Mohammed Atta’s father, in an interview after 9/11, scoffed at the notion that his “girlish” son could have carried out the attacks and railed against the moral depravity of the United States, especially “homosexual marriages.” This obsession and disgust with male effeminacy and homosexuality is intriguing, given the repression of heterosexual outlets for young Arab men.
Interestingly, despite legal, religious, and social prohibitions against it, male homosexual activity exists in the Arab world, as it does everywhere else. However, in the Arab world, homosexuality remains shrouded in secrecy and taboo. Various scholars, such as Everett Rowson and Bruce Dunne (see his 1998 article, “Power and Sexuality in the Middle East”), have concluded that homosexuality -- like all other sexuality -- in the Arab world is focused heavily on the issues of male power and dominance. According to Rowson, the sexual ethos of male dominance and what he calls “the centrality of penetration” is "broadly representative of Middle Eastern societies from the 9th century to the present." Rowson also cites “the radical disjunction of active and passive roles in male homosexuality." Along these lines, an unwritten rule in the Arab world is that homosexual sex is generally all right as long as one is the sexually active partner (i.e., the penetrator). And it is a commonly held view that only the man who is penetrated is considered to be truly "gay," since he has assumed the “submissive,” “female,” “weak” role. Thus, sexual dominance and power go together in the Arab world, with the man expected to be more powerful than the woman and always in the active, dominant, “penetrating” role. To do otherwise would jeopardize his status as a “real man,” which would be shameful.