Libertarian frauds are a curse, reminiscent of the bad old days of the "Chapman Report" and when Kinsey made America blush.

Libertarian frauds are everywhere, reminiscent of the bad old days of the The Chapman Report and when Kinsey made America blush.

CONSERVATISM IS DEAD, long live fake libertarianism, which still wants to control women. What is it about the power of female sexuality and the fear it invokes in conservatives? Miriam Weeks, known as the Duke University porn star Belle Knox, is once again being talked about, her choices debated. “Her choices” being the operative phrase here.

.. None of this should be taken to mean that I favor banning porn or making it illegal to work in the industry that produces it. In the end, I’m a libertarian, too. But only in politics. Not in morals. [The Week]

This whole conversation is reminiscent of when the Kinsey Reports unleashed shocking truths about the sexuality of women, back in the mid-1950s, something that wasn’t supposed to be discussed. George Cukor attempted to depict Kinsey’s results in The Chapman Report, based on Irving Wallace’s novel about the study, a little known film that was butchered so badly by Hollywood censors Cukor regretted making the film.

The article quoted above in “The Week” by Damon Linker works overtime to justify a “libertarian moment” in politics today, then slams the lid down with an authoritarian fist. Conservatism used to encompass everything, including the ability to disagree with people’s decisions on how they wield their freedoms, without being compelled to judge or create oppressive laws and social rules to stop free people, which now includes women, from exercising them.

Another problem with these discussions about girls choosing porn is that few writing on the subject seem to have done their homework on pornography, especially the female empowerment branch that exploded in 1997, in which I played a central role. As editor-in-chief of the first women-owned and run soft-core site to make money on the web. It’s where I was privy to hundreds (dare I say thousands) of men’s attitudes about sex, relationship, and politics. One leg of my sexual education.

No single event empowered more women in the adult industry than did the monetization possibilities found through the sexual emancipation of the Internet. The online smut industry is a central part of my new book, because it was part of my education that was necessary to heal myself after living with a man who wouldn’t have sex with me, because he was addicted to porn, specifically paper dolls, magazines, all types, but preferring Juggs.

If you’re familiar with the Sex and the City episode where Charlotte (Kristin Davis) catches Trey (Kyle MacLachlan) the bathroom pleasuring himself while paging through big-breasted porn mags, it’s not far from the truth. I could feel Charlotte’s pain.

Ha, ha! Hilarious. Miss Missouri couldn’t get laid!

Back in the mid-90s I interviewed over 100 of the top strippers and adult actresses who were bursting out online. Starting their own websites, streaming channels that began to allow the women to control their own images, after being dictated to by men who controlled the industry and made all the money, while the female stars making them rich were relegated to what they could get.

They pioneered a liberated path that made pornography much more widely available and gave women a lot more power and opportunity, part of a new path that helped create Belle Knox.

There is little doubt most parents would prefer their daughters not make a living having sex for money. They also don’t want them hiking their legs up on a pole for it either. That’s immaterial to a woman’s choice to do either or both.

There are way too many libertarian frauds running around and very few real conservatives. Senator Rand Paul is the leading libertarian fraud, because he believes in freedom for everyone, but thinks the state has a role in policing a woman’s self-determination, though I certainly don’t want to get off on the abortion rights subject, believe me. Gary Johnson was the last person who actually ran for office as a real libertarian, but he and all the other independent candidates couldn’t get more than 1% among the electorate.

That hardly constitutes a “libertarian moment.” It’s more like libertarian hiccups, something that needs to be gotten rid of, because it doesn’t do anyone any good. Where libertarian frauds want to lead us is a dead end, because they have no answers for what keeps a modern society cohesive, with not even their own willing to give up Medicare or Social Security, let alone tell the military to suck it up and relinquish their health care.

Today’s libertarian frauds (also known as moribund conservatism) is actually traditional patriarchy in a costume of self-important posturing pretending to know what’s best morally. Because freedom.

Today’s so-called libertarians like freedom, they just don’t want it to reach where they think proper religious morals belong, specifically, the so-called omnipotent guide of “Judeo-Christian monotheism.” This kink in consistency always reveals these people for what they are, traditional patriarchy in the robe of libertarianism that is about freedom as far as organized religion allows.

That would mean women can only ascent so high and as close to a God as they can get without a man’s hand, something few moderns, especially women, can recognize. Most of us now choosing spiritualism and connecting to a force that is reachable without a church, a preacher, or a man or any rules other than what is transmitted from a silence few of the so-called “libertarian” gas bags can hear over their own moralizing.

Wherever women are being sexual conservative moralists are sure to follow. Don’t be fooled by the new “libertarianism,” because it’s the same that balked at the Kinsey Reports and censored George Cukor when they wanted to share the truth about women’s sexuality, which happens to be just as robust and, yes, sometimes as exhibitionist, as a man’s thirst is to play the willing voyeur.