Wednesday, January 13, 2016

Rapped Up

When are people going to stop being shocked, shocked when a Kardashian or Jenner references their involvement or possible involvement in consanguineous sex? Yes, this entry is another one about the Kardashians. If you don't want to bother with it, I don't really blame you, but I feel an obligation to analyze this stuff.

Jack Pusey reports at about the latest invoking of consanguinamory...

We know Khloe is no shrinking violet, but propositioning her little sister and rapper boyfriend for sex might just be her most outlandish comment yet.

"You guys, why don't we just have a threesome?" the blonde bombshell asked while sharing a ride with the pair.

Pusey protested very much.
Excuse us while we grab a sick bag.
It made Pusey so sick he made sure to lead off coverage of the show with it.

I have mixed feelings about such banter, because I don't think consanguineous sex,  whether casual and recreational or part of a serious romance, should be ignored and never talked about, but unlike steadily employed celebrities who are thought of as making a joke, I know so many people who have to hide their lasting, deeply loving consanguineous relationships.

Whether or not there as been any such involvements in the Kardashian-Jenner clan, if they're going to continue to make references, it sure would be nice if they got serious  about the topic and raised some awareness.
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1 comment:

  1. Where the Kardashians are concerned this is probably just another stupid publicity stunt in order to boost ratings. Celebrities do all kinds of things to generate interest in what they're up to. I wouldn't hold my breath on any serious discussion of the topic by them because that might be a career ender for them rather than a career promoter.


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