Wednesday, December 8, 2010

Chynna Talks Mackenzie

One of the people Joy Behar had on her show last night was Chynna Phillips. Behar asked Chynna about her sister Mackenzie Phillips’ statement that she has a sexual relationship with their father.

BEHAR: It`s brutal to find -- did you believe her?


BEHAR: You did?


BEHAR: I believe her.


BEHAR: Why would she make up something --

CHYNNA PHILLIPS: You have to be crazy. (INAUDIBLE). Who`s going to do that?

BEHAR: When you think of it, though, it`s your father, you know?


BEHAR: It must make you wonder about him your whole life.

CHYNNA PHILLIPS: Well, I was not raised with my dad.

BEHAR: Lucky.

CHYNNA PHILLIPS: Yes. My father was a very talented, very creative, very wonderful man. He really was. The only thing was that he had a very serious heroin addiction.

It is clear that Chynna and Joy are against a father and adult dauther having sex. That last statement from Chynna implies that she chalks up the sex to her father’s heroin addiction.

I’ve never tried heroin, so maybe I’ve wrong, but I don’t think it causes people to have sex with each other if they otherwise wouldn’t. If a "straight" man blamed alchohol for him having sex with another man, would you buy it?

If it happened, and only one living person knows for sure, then her father wanted to have sex with her sister. On some level, her sister wanted it, too. You can make a case for either of them having reduced capacity, but the desire must have been there on some level.
— — —

No comments:

Post a Comment

To prevent spam, comments will have to be approved, so your comment may not appear for several hours. Feedback is welcome, including disagreement. I only delete/reject/mark as spam: spam, vulgar or hateful attacks, repeated spouting of bigotry from the same person that does not add to the discussion, and the like. I will not reject comments based on disagreement, but if you don't think consenting adults should be free to love each other, then I do not consent to have you repeatedly spout hate on my blog without adding anything to the discourse.

If you want to write to me privately, then either contact me on Facebook, email me at fullmarriageequality at protonmail dot com, or tell me in your comment that you do NOT want it published. Otherwise, anything you write here is fair game to be used in a subsequent entry. If you want to be anonymous, that is fine.

IT IS OK TO TALK ABOUT SEX IN YOUR COMMENTS, BUT PLEASE CHOOSE YOUR WORDS CAREFULLY AS I WANT THIS BLOG TO BE AS "SAFE FOR WORK" AS POSSIBLE. If your comment includes graphic descriptions of activity involving minors, it's not going to get published.