Sex-Obsessed Goofball Ariel White Wants Julia Allison To Love Her Pussy (And Other News)

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Dead Russian Hooker #2 tagged our burro and the caterwauler:

A brave essay on one woman’s journey in learning to love her vagina.

‪#‎YoniLove

Amant, Malia Blissard Nolan, Warwick Saint, Amber Hartnell, Jess Johnson, Jane S. Ashley, Pam Costa, Saida Désilets, Kit Murray Maloney, Zipporah Lomax, Julia Allison heart emoticon heart emoticon heart emoticon

http://loveamant.com/how-i-learned-to-love-my-pussy/

An excerpt of that brave journey, and you know Donkey’s attention span can only manage an excerpt:

I’ve always hated the word vagina. I prefer pussy, or even better, Yoni, which is Sanskrit for vagina and means “Sacred Gateway”.

My Yoni has been a point of insecurity since I entered young adulthood. As soon as her hair grew in, I suddenly found myself having to pay attention to an area of my body I’d completely ignored my entire life. After 13 years of never exploring or touching this part of myself, I now had to deal with hair? I thought it was gross, and didn’t want to think about it.

At the first opportunity I shaved it all off.

I continued this tradition of Yoni-denial all the way until my first sexual experience. Isn’t that strange? We aren’t taught anything about our clitoris or how to access sensual Pleasure growing up, and suddenly we’re having sex, expecting teenage boys to know what to do? My young friend certainly didn’t, and now, in addition to having unwanted hair, I had to face the fact that this desire I felt burning in my body certainly wasn’t being matched or met with Pleasure, and I had no idea how to truly quench it for myself.

What did my Yoni even look like? The anatomy charts we’d seen in school only focused on the uterus. I’d never even seen a real vagina before — only airbrushed ones in men’s magazines, attached to busty women in lingerie.

So I pulled out a mirror and looked. And at first peek, I wished I hadn’t.

I didn’t like what I saw. My Yoni was ugly. She looked floppy and nothing like the ones I saw in Playboy or Hustler magazines, or on my boyfriend’s porn. She had layers and color, and I felt embarrassed for being different. I didn’t want to think about it. So I didn’t.

For God’s sake, Julie, confront your pussy! Love your yoni as much as Ariel loves hers!

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In other news, Donk is back with the strange SJW posts. Nothing about circumcision causing autism during this round of lunacy, but Dr. Julia has plans to save our military:

Did you know? More soldiers & veterans have killed themselves since the last war than were ever killed IN the last war.

The military doesn’t know how to help them – and so, they’re doing the unthinkable: actually considering turning to plant medicine.

She also posted some endless screed on “conscious” relationships, written by a Topanga nutcase who lists his profession as Piercing the Veil of Reality and Integrative Bodywork & Holistic Coaching:

https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10208890411445151&set=a.3582917419190.162142.1460863739&type=3&theater

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Finally, I read about new documentary “Holy Hell” and caught the trailer, which strongly reminded me of Julia and her tribe of loons. Listen to the witnesses – don’t they look and sound like Ali Shanti, Ariel White, Cory Tanner Glazier, etc.? Chilling.

http://www.nytimes.com/2016/05/27/movies/holy-hell-review.html?emc=edit_fm_20160527&nl=movies&nlid=66844210&_r=0

96 COMMENTS

  1. i thought that only creepy guys take photos of their genitals and post them online

    won’t be long before SK3B tries to one-up ariel with blog about how your yoni can be leveraged into money by following the money map

    btw those pics were not sensual or spiritual or sexual in any way whatsoever

    • Per Shit-show-Shanti: A yoni cried its rhinestone off. Or tried to crawl away. (I like to try and help her with potential “book”/”booked” titles.

  2. Greg bless this cite/site/sight. I haven’t laughed this hard in a very long time and am surely not alone in it.

  3. Ahh this was the FB Grifty linked to on the last page that broke my brain. She is a mess.

    Someone hold me. I don’t like this.

    • No, Grifty posted a link to Ariel’s amant (her website) page on FB; this is from Ariel’s own FB page. Both pages are equally creepy.

      • Ariel’s latest amant video. This Lawrence guy – her primary relationship in the polyamorous galaxy? – gives me the willies.

        • Holy shit, that still image is enough. Also “sex more.” Paging the mother ship, somebody please take me home.

        • he seems harmless enough, can’t say i blame the dude for hanging out with women who like to have lots of sex

          i just cannot understand how the woos take such simple and already well understood concepts (i.e. that having sex feels good and makes you relaxed afterwards) and act like it’s some kind of new discovery that you need to sign up for a class for them to teach you in order to truly understand it

          • Definitely the least wack-a-loon of their vids and perhaps Larry is harmless. Like you, I’m just tired of the woos behaving as though they discovered the wheel, e.g., Al Shanti expecting to be patted on the back for engaging in open relationships or open marriage.

            Gross!

          • ok the floss thing was definitely on the more creepy side

            i will say, they both do have nice teeth, i would even go so far as to say mentos commercial material

          • I would say a Heaven’s Gate reboot.

          • nailed it winchester! all i could remember was black sneakers and waiting for a spaceship.

        • Just fyi. He is not her primary relationship. Her primary relationship is also bald, but better looking. His name is Warick Saint and he is a successful fashion/entertainment photographer.

          • Thanks, I was confused re: the Saintly one – she mentions him constantly – and Larry, who looks like Papa Chevalier on a good day.

          • JFAig myself to add that Saint the Masculine must pay for everything. Ariel clearly doesn’t work for a living and isn’t running a straight-up grift like her scam sisters.

  4. Vulva, motherfucker! Vulva!

    For all their woo enlightenment and supposed cult of female genitalia, they have the depth of knowledge of a 12 year old. Vagina = a part of the vulva which is what this shallow wannabe seems to be talking about. Anyways, I’ll give myself a rage stroke if I think too much about this.

    I’ve been meaning to share this link with the basement since Thursday but I’ve been busy and forgot: Gawker published an interview with the director of “Holy Hell”.

    http://gawker.com/how-to-survive-a-cult-and-release-a-documentary-about-1778779055

    This, in the interview, ping my Skankatron-radar: “The group was taking care of me. My job was: “Of course.” My persona was yes. ” Skanky rhetoric bingo!

    • Something about this particular ex-cult-guy, the videographer who ended up making HOLY HELL, is very touching. He comes across as extremely lucid, which is remarkable in and of itself for someone who spent 20 years as personal attendant for a plastic-faced sex cult guru. Reminds me something of Matt Damon’s character in BEHIND THE CANDELABRA, although I understand the real-life Scott is something of a different beast. It would be weirdly appropriate if this film generates its own cult following.
      Related: I saw a rumor that Werner Herzog is directing a documentary about Andrew Keegan’s cult. Does anyone in the basement have intel on this? Werner Herzog is my existentially sexy husband, so I am completely ready to join the cult which will spring up around this cult director’s cult film about a cult.

      • I saw a rumor that Werner Herzog is directing a documentary about Andrew Keegan’s cult.

        This would be the best thing ever to happen.

        • IKR??
          Oh, to work on that crew. Even the shitwork might be fun. For example, I am beside myself with envy for whatever lackey brings Mr. H’s beverage of choice every morning. It’s probably not kombucha.

        • <3 !!!

          For various reasons I pass by the cult HQ fairly frequently, and even wanted to stop in once before finding out it was a cult. But it honestly feels like a cult building before you even walk up the steps to the door and I was out of there so fast nobody even had time to give the pitch. Since then I've realized certain idiosyncratic local individuals are tied to what's left of said cult, not just your usual Topanga overflow by way of Venice, and it explains quite a lot.

          It will deeply satisfy my shadow's heart chakra to see Papa Herzog's treatment of these numbskulls on film.

      • I’m going to see Holy Hell tomorrow. I will report back. I’ve read this filmmaker sort of comes off as a jilted lover taking revenge on the cult leader.

        • So, it *is* BEHIND THE CANDELABRA, then. But with a cult!
          Hope it’s exactly as excellent as that sounds.

    • OT/ kind of…every time I see Vulva I can’t help but laugh at my best male friend from college who always showed up to our television programming class hung over or still drunk and usually looking like a stripper and snow globe exploded on him; and, he banged anything with vagina (present company excluded). For one project were broken into teams and given a market to analyse. We had WVLA in Baton Rouge. I commented that first, it was a horrible name for a station because it looked like VULVA, and second, jokingly might account for their poor market share. My two other female friends in our group started laughing and he looked at me truly perplexed and asked, “What’s a vulva?” Don’t feel too badly for him, he runs a major television network now. God Bless America.

        • JFAing to add that I’m an Aussie basement dweller and due to pronunciation differences between here and the USA, I did NOT get the punch line of that episode for many years.

          • with the number of nationalities represented here, we should start our own united nations.

          • How about our own United Nations of food and alcohol? That’s something I could get behind (May I show you? – sorry!!)

            I know there are a couple of other Aussie basement cats and at least 1 Kiwi.

            I’m trying to think what Australia’s food contribution could be. Meat pies and tomato sauce? Vegemite, except no one else would want that. Pavlova (but I think technically that’s from NZ). Lamingtons? I’m not making us sound very sophisticated, am I. And alcohol would be higher alcohol level beer, but definitely not Fosters. No one really drinks that here. Dear Greg, we sound like a bunch of bogans! I am such a disgrace and not worthy of representing my country. Then again, I’m now a Taswegian so it’s not like anything I say really matters 😉

          • Vegemite is far superior to Marmite. I could eat vegemite by the tube. Since I live in the Midwest I ration the ones I get as gifts from exchange students.

          • another kiwi here.

            i was disappointed when pieface folded – now i have to traipse over to dub pies in brooklyn for a meat pie. yes, to vegemite over marmite, and i have relatives bring over at least a kilo of manuka honey when they visit.

            oh, and i discovered this gem of a shop online recently: http://www.shopnewzealand.co.nz

    • But, but, the vulvas are covered by flowers! (Cue our beloved woo troll, Rachel the Undeaddy, popping in under one of her many aliases to tell us how sexually repressed we are because we’re not talking about orgasms non-stop.)

  5. I love how some hot woman who went to omg Stanford just posted “YOU!” on I LOVE YOU RAIN’s wall.

    • Beautiful girl in a very natural way, what w/ her asymmetrical features & a toothpaste commercial smile.

      Let’s send She Who Never Reads Here on a scavenger hunt.

      EXCERPT:
      (written by the hot one, but when, where, & why?)
      ‘Thank you rain – for calling in cozy slow movement and the gentle washing away of old aches and pains.’

      THANK YOU RAIN! I LOVE YOU RAIN!

      • Haha, Donkey recently posted a screed about a new paradigm for relationships. My bet is that Rain is getting lots of strange while she is home sobbing through arabesques and trying to pretend she’s tho evolved.

        Poor Julia. You are getting had the same way Tiny N Cute got had.

  6. Charlotte, you’ve never looked at your vagina before?

    Not very original nor earth shattering.

  7. Looks like she still shaves (or waxes), so I don’t see what she’s bragging about. More than half of the world’s population have vulvas, big whoop.

  8. Still seems to be shaving or waxing or lasering every follicle for someone so comfy if the toot toot nether regions…
    this and the five head are case studies in white priviledge

  9. These posts are like conversations between drunk or cracked-out girlfriends, which while entertaining at the time, are never meant for public consumption. I’m sure she thinks being inclusive but she’s repulsive. Also a Yoni is a little too close to Nonie, what many American Italians call their grandmother (at least in Western PA).

  10. Totally unrelated to anything except my dad and brother talking about helicopters…

    “Keep that helo in the air, babe,” is still fucking appallingly stupid and tone deaf. It is baughering my mind.

    Thanks.

    • I’ve a relative who spends a lot of time in the air, sometimes in a fixed-wing but these days mostly in a helicopter. Choppers are less safe. worry face emoticon

      Found out recently who his new chopper pilot is — a young lady just a year out of college — in my eyes, still a baby.

      You bet I said it: “Keep that helo in the air, baby.”

  11. To be honest, what Ariel writes is pretty close to what I think a lot of young women go through in trying to come to terms with the physical aspect of their sex when the culture at large doesn’t know how to inform them about it. What she’s writing might sound hackneyed, or embarrassingly obvious, but it isn’t necessarily untrue.

    The former cult members in the documentary do not remind me of Ali, etc.

    For one thing, none of them were trying to sell anything.

    For another, they were all good looking.

    • I completely agree about White’s sentiment here regarding young women. She couldn’t be more right.

      • I’m also a bit surprised that yoni is evidently considered a “woo” word. I have relations my mother’s generation who use it and I believe “yonic” is a widely accepted correlate to “phallic” in both psychological and literary writing.

        • RRR, my guess is that most white women in Ariel’s general age bracket would not use that word unless they were part of this New Agey/bastardized Eastern spirituality thing. In my experience with under-expireds, most young women either say the word “vagina” or a derivative (which isn’t exactly accurate either, of course), or else use one of the many variously offensive slang terms. So her use of it reeks of contrivance, like most everything else about this crowd.

          • re new agey bastardized eastern spirituality: indian patterns and symbols — elephants, mandalas — on t-shirts at target.

          • Truth; I guess I personally differentiate between the full-on woos and your average person who likes symmetry or is a little bit into yoga, because the former group shows a level of commitment to the farce that goes beyond just buying merch. Thinking of their word salad in-speak, designed to confuse and distract people with endless noise and verbiage signifying nothing.

      • It’s funny to me in part because, while all these individuals may be educated adult children of generational white privilege, I’m not sure any of them really “got” Georgia O’Keefe.

        Also they are tacky people and therefore everything they do is just tacky by association.

      • I know she’s right about that aspect. But regarding how she and her friends express themselves and pretend to be experts, I can’t help but remember what I heard when I was a teenager, that every generation thinks they’ve invented sex. What makes these people annoying is that they want others to think they’ve discovered something that no one else but enlightened beings like themselves can experience and feel they have the justification to preach that their way is the best and only way, and that winning a genetic lottery earns them something special. And for that arrogance and narcissism, I think they are beyond annoying.

        • AND GET PAID

          my tween and bff watched rocky horror together at my house and thought they had just discovered the coolest movie in the world … which, for them, they had.

          it’s the charlatanism that’s the galling part

        • Yes, but since every generation believes they invented sex, there’s nothing all that unusual about this one, right? And every generation feels that way because it’s true, in a way. We all invented it for ourselves, and were invented by it, and the sad thing White describes here — that young women of ALL generations, past and present — are raised to be ignorant of their own bodies, but focused on their pleasure of men, is not only true, it’s how (I suspect) the vast majority of women live until they die.

          • Right, but then it makes all the sexual acting out the women in this ‘tribe’ do for the benefit of their men awfully hypocritical.

    • My issue overall is the lack of security (normal enough) on the subject yet the instance that any of them could teach anyone anything. Security in one’s self is sexy, a point they pathologically miss, and belabor with emphasis only on fauxtoshoots.

      • Oh, I think she’s a total idiot. But the point she clumsily makes is a very good one, and our culture continues to do nothing to change it.

        • In that way, dominant culture continues to ensure an endless supply of vulnerable people desperate to escape their strictures and not yet educated enough to know a scam from the truth. Sowing endless fields of marks for bullshit artists to reap. Our species does not deserve this planet; witness the artisanal toast craze (I still think about an article someone posted to the basement ages ago, about the woman who runs Trouble Coffee & Coconut Club).

        • I agree. Whatever you think of Ariel, what she is writing about here is quite simple and frank about an overriding problem.

          I’d go one step further and say that young men, like young women, aren’t really given healthy ways to think about their physical sexual components either. “Penis” is treated the same way as “vagina” – something embarrassing and only useful when talking to a doctor – while the slang terms are even uglier and all come with a thick overlay of sexual aggression.

  12. Did you know? More soldiers & veterans have killed themselves since the last war than were ever killed IN the last war.
    ~Reporting live, Julia “What’s context got to do with it?” Allison

    The Truth About 22 Veteran Suicides A Day

    ‘… the average age of veteran suicides within the data set was nearly 60 years old, not representative of Iraq and Afghanistan veterans generation.

    A more recent study, which surveyed 1.3 million veterans who were discharged between 2001 and 2007, found that “Between 2001 and 2009, there were 1650 deployed veterans and 7703 non-deployed veteran deaths. Of those, 351 were suicides among deployed veterans and 1517 were suicides among non-deployed veterans. That means over nine years, there was not quite one veteran suicide a day,” according to the Washington Post.’

      • I do get a kick out of her addressing systemic social/institutional concerns and pop culture moments MONTHS and sometimes YEARS after everyone else has remarked on them. She’ll be late to her own funeral.

        • Do you think Donk even knows what CTE is, or that the largest demographic of TBI patients seeing a rise in DV & suicides are athletes, not soldiers? Of course not.

          She thinks our military is turning to plant medicine …

          Go to the named site / sight / cite — surprise, surprise, surprise — you land on a GoFundMe page that benefits fundraisers first & foremost:

          Raising the money to finish building Carlos’s Shipibo tribal tradition retreat center and to start the plant medicine veteran healing chain of Veterans of the Vine, 10 at a time. The funds will turn the video footage we recorded of veterans from Operation Unfolding Flower into a film, and eventually a series.

  13. OT — traveling for work and for fun for two weeks; need more luggage than i usually bring. trying to avoid checking. will likely do laundry there. i’ve managed for years with carry on size duffel; avoided rolling bags.

    suggestions?

    • Costco carries Samsonite. I always buy from them because if I find I don’t like the luggage (or whatever else I bought), they take it back no questions asked. I have the backpack/rolling suitcase combo and I love it, but they have many options right now.

    • Fed’ex everything ahead of time. I do it for any trip over a week. I leave everything on hangers, put it inside a garment bag, and ship. In the process of doing that now for an upcoming two week trip (possibly longer trip). It’s great, no checked bags, costs the same a checked bags and stuff is there before you are. Some hotels will even hang the stuff in the closet for you.

    • i travel 75 – 90% of the month and fit everything into a large messenger bag for a week. more versatile than a roller as you can squash down. Go to an outdoor store, or online and look at Eagle Creek Pack-It System bag – roll your stuff (don’t fold it) and stow inside the pack-it – an external zipper compressed clothing down.

      This is a week (six nights seven days) – n.b.: gym shoes in the pack-it : http://imgur.com/WJTqWT2

      i also agree with the fedex ahead but have not done this myself.

      • that’s kind of how i feel about the duffel / messenger — i actually went to target to day and looked at roller bags, and asked myself, why?

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