Since When Did ‘Modern’ Mean ‘Slags and Man-Whores?’

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Time and time again, you hear people making references to religion or traditional institutions – suggesting ‘well, it’s the 21st century and things have changed’…

Too often do we hear multiculturalists claiming that the destruction of a traditional majority culture is perfectly acceptable, simply because time has passed and we live in an era of modernity. It’s disgusting, but it happens – and that’s something we have to deal with in electoral terms, and in terms of a cultural revolution which could only be a matter of years away.

But today I’d like to talk relatively quickly about yet another ludicrous claim that something is acceptable because time has passed – and it refers to sex and sexuality. As a university student, I’m surrounded by masses of young people who dress like they’re confused about their gender, women who sleep with any man they find in a nightclub, and boys who think they’re men sw tommy_pic aggering around in chinos and weird hats in an attempt at impressing slags and taking home  any  woman they can find.

Today it seems that sex means nothing at all, and self respect simply doesn’t exist. I’m not here suggesting that young people shouldn’t have sex – but what I am suggesting is that the modern culture of sleeping with anyone with a pulse, grabbing STDs as badges of honour and even manipulating women into getting into bed, is not only revolting, but a sign of even worse things to come.

See, not only is this happening in pretty much every town and city in the country, but it’s being reproduced on television. Naturally, in order to increase viewers, the lifestyles of ‘modern’ young people are being reproduced and promoted on television, suggesting that the future could be even worse – as our young children are being exposed to sex at a much earlier age, and primary schools are now even discussing sex to our toddlers.

I absolutely abhor this new culture. ‘Modern’ students are taking away the significance of sex and relationships, by having what they call ‘open relationships’ or ‘pseudo relationships’. Cheating in relationships is considered the norm, and universities are no longer a place of study – but instead giant brothels with the odd lecture thrown in, full of hungover morons who’ve scrambled to put their pants back on and kick out the slag from their bedroom five minutes before hand.

Why on earth are we accepting this? Why on earth do people really accept that just because we live in the 21st century, this is acceptable behaviour? Since when did ’21st century’ mean ‘a youth full of degenerates, manipulative man whores and slags who don’t respect themselves’?.

Sex is natural, and not something to be frowned at – but sleeping with different people every night, engaging in this new culture of dressing like you’re gender confused and treating university like a swingers club is certainly something we should frown at.

As a culturist, I believe that primary schools should not be teaching sex on the curriculum. I also believe that parents should be stricter with their children, and bring them up to respect the opposite sex (in particular, bringing up boys to actually respect women).

  • Ben Leo

    “Cheating in relationships is considered the norm, and universities are
    no longer a place of study – but instead giant brothels with the odd
    lecture thrown in, full of hungover morons who’ve scrambled to put their
    pants back on and kick out the slag from their bedroom five minutes
    before hand.”

    Hilarious. And spot on. As a student myself, I can attest to the degeneracy of the modern university.Thank you for this article.

  • thanksdellingpole

    Pants? I hope you didn’t just lift this.

    • culturisthub

      What? This article was written by myself. Initially coming from my own personal blog. – Jack

      • thanksdellingpole

        I see the term pants a lot, American for “trousers”, and the terms in which you used it could have translated into that.

        It would have been an ironic choice of words.

  • thanksdellingpole

    The best thing to do is to privatise all universities, this way people will not waste their money or allow others to waste theirs. Already the honorary degree is not what it used to be, unless from a Russell Group University, the next stop is to cut away the chaff by charging the real cost of a good education.

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