Sex Pervert (into Sadism and Choking) Leads Workshop at TDSB School Kids Conference

TDSB is like a big city sewer – it constantly generates filth with no end in sight. When you think that you have seen the worst, a new stinky wave of raw sewage catches you by surprise. A few short days ago I covered the Unity Conference for LGBTQI2S High School Students, organized by TDSB and OISE.

I thought I saw the worst – the promotion of NAMBLA-style intergenerational homosexual bonding, tips for tranny hookers paid by the government, and condom fitting demonstration on a black dildo, held at the OISE library. But as I said, the TDSB always has an ace up its sleeve, which trumps the disgusting things they have done before.

found some information about a person, who led one of the workshops at the conference. Well, that was shocking.

Her name is Andrea Zanin. I assume she is a woman, if she is not and she identifies herself as gendercurious, genderqueer, thrirtyninespirited, progressive dyke or any other variation included in the LBGDKGLSHYTOEHBFKHLDJHFKLHLFSAFXVJGHM community, I beg her to forgive my heterosexist ignorance.

In her Twitter profile she describes herself as “Queerpolypervy & gender fluid. Nerdy. Political.”

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According to her website:

“Andrea Zanin, a.k.a. Sex Geek, wears her glasses when she fucks. For over a decade, she has been teaching about queer sexuality, polyamory and BDSM/leather for universities, colleges, sex shops, community groups and conferences in Canada, the States and internationally, and she brings an awareness of privilege and oppression to all her work…”

If you want to read more of that filth, you can do so at Socialist Studies, the blog also provides the bibliography of the literature for perverts she recommends.

Thanks to my friend Sanwin, who posted the link on BCF, I am now aware that Andrea runs a sex advice column in the Toronto homosexual magazine “In Toronto”.

Here are samples of her advice. A sadistic dyke asks a question about an encounter she had recently with a man:

 “Scared to switch

Written by Andrea Zanin.

Queer poly dominant/sadist here. I usually only switch for spanking and bruises—except for the occasional lost bet. I’m open but I haven’t really explored being a submissive. Recently I had an experience with a new lover (with usually submissive tendencies) in which I agreed to let him explore his dominant side. He handled me like a piece of meat and fingered me hard, inflicting pain and owning my body in a way he hadn’t before. Letting go of control (consensually) and allowing him to take me that way was super hot. I then blew him while kneeling, and at the moment it felt safe to say yes to have him cum in my mouth with my tongue sticking out. I thoroughly enjoyed the whole experience, but after, I completely freaked out, felt really vulnerable, cried my eyes out and wasn’t very coherent for an hour. My guess was that the last bit crossed a line and the experience also triggered memories of sexual trauma. He was really good at aftercare and bringing me back from that. I would let him top me again, but I’m hesitant to try any time soon. What can I do in the future to open up again without completely losing it?

Maya

The best sex happens when we hit the balance between safety/comfort and risk/excitement. Even when desired and chosen, symbolic power differentials or physical pain can tip the scales.

It seems there are several things going on here at once. First, you don’t mention whether you’ve done any deliberate healing work on your past sexual trauma, but I’d strongly recommend seeing a queer- and kink-friendly therapist, whether to get started or take it to the next level.

Then, talk with your lover about submitting—but have that conversation when you’re not in the middle of having sex. That way you can make more measured decisions. Our feelings about sexual acts are usually about the meanings we attribute to them. For you, clearly getting spanked doesn’t hit any danger buttons, but having your lover cum in your mouth does. If you can explore the meanings of various acts with your lover, perhaps you can begin to map out the terrain of your own meanings (and his!) more deliberately so you can engage with them on purpose instead of by surprise—or choose not to.

This territory gets even more tender when our turn-ons come into conflict with our identities. You’re a queer woman involved with a man, and a dominant sadist who got off on being submissive and taking pain. Trauma history and in-the-moment negotiation aside, these elements can be destabilizing entirely on their own. Meditate on what this means to you. If you can find a language or “story” for your sexuality that helps you claim and integrate these disparate pieces, you may feel more confident stepping into them.

Above all, don’t rush. Figuring this stuff out can take time. What’s important is for you to feel good.”

It’s a true dialogue between pervert and pervert. A psychopath, who enjoys being abused, has second thoughts about the experience and Andrea encourages her to go to a kink-friendly therapist to resolve her issues. But still she should go on and keep practicing whatever she was doing. And what are the feminists saying about a woman treated like a piece of meat? I guess nothing.

The next piece of advice involves erotic choking. Yes, there is such sexual perversion. Again, we have two dykes, who can’t decide whether they are unsatisfied or simply screwed up in their heads:

“Choking can be sensual when safe

Written by Andrea Zanin.

My girlfriend and I have been together for a few months, and the sex is intensely wonderful. She is a fantastic lover, and I am a very lucky woman. We have been apart a lot lately, and the pent-up energy and sexual tension make our time together really intense. Last week, in the middle of sex, she grabbed my throat in a moment of passion. The slight lack of air and crushing pressure made me come instantly. We were both surprised at how natural this felt, and how incredibly hot the whole thing went. But I sense she is scared to go there again. How can I reassure her how much I want this without freaking her out? She’s a good partner, and I want to keep her around, so any advice about how to put her at ease would be greatly appreciated.

Dani

 

For lots of people, a hand on the throat can be a powerful turn-on, and a little air deprivation often heightens the intensity of orgasm. You’re not alone!

But let’s start with the question of consent. It sounds like you didn’t talk beforehand about whether choking was okay, so your girlfriend might be harbouring feelings of guilt or discomfort, even if the experience took you to a happy place. There’s nothing wrong with being all badass in bed, but it can be a scary role if you’re worried it means you’re a budding serial killer. It’s worth having a conversation with her not about the act of choking you per se, but about how the two of you go about adding new things to your sexual repertoire. Maybe you like her springing things on you. Maybe you need a little discussion first, or a safe word in case things go awry. Remember that both tops and bottoms get to have limits. Ask her what she needs and tell her you won’t pressure her if she’s not comfortable with something. What matters is that you set up a system that works for you both. As for the choking itself, once you’ve got your system in place, simply tell her that it really turns you on and you’d love to do it again. Desire is sexy.

Next up? Safety. Choking is a pretty common turn-on but it can be genuinely dangerous. BDSMers regularly descend into flame-wars about this topic online. Some argue that there’s no guaranteed risk-free way to choke a partner, while others point out that choke-holds are a standard part of countless martial arts and deaths from it are practically unheard of. Realistically, during sex, your partner could squeeze too hard or too long and not notice she’s truly harming you. So think carefully about the risks and how to minimize them. Don’t discount the value of the psychological—a hand on your throat may do the trick without any actual air blockage, for instance. Or you could hold your breath on your girlfriend’s orders.

Talk, experiment, learn, talk some more. Good luck!

ANDREA ZANIN The Sex Geek blogs at sexgeek.wordpress.com. Email her at andrea_zanin_writes@yahoo.ca”

 

Not only doesn’t Andrea question the potentially deadly sex activity; she also encourages it, trying to suggest some “safe” ways to do it.

Writings like these show how perverted the homosexual “community” is, if they discuss these practices as if they are normal sex relationships. Calling them “perverted” in Canada can land me in jail for hate speech or get me high fines from the homosexual-friendly Human Rights Commissions (even if my statements are true), but there is no other way to describe the filth promoted in that magazine. Still, if they do these disgusting things among themselves, that’s fine. I am fine with any type of homosexual activity, if it takes place among consenting adults in confined spaces like bathhouses, bedrooms or gay bar toilets.

However, there is a red line that those perverts shouldn’t cross and it is: KEEP THE KIDS OUT OF YOUR DISGUSTING DEBAUCHERY!!!

By inviting that sex pervert to talk in front of 120 kids, the TDSB, which is supposed to provide education and safety for the kids of Toronto, crossed that line.

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I thought that the arrest of Prof. Ben Levin for producing child pornography was some kind of an isolated incident. Now I am convinced that the rot goes deeper: along with the underreported by the mainstream media cases of promoting homosexuality at schools, we now have a case of a supporter of potentially deadly sex practices like sadism and choking invited officially to indoctrinate children.

The TDSB perverts don’t even hide anymore.

This is not an internal TDSB issue – the whole affair is a slap in the face of all parents and taxpayers, whose money go to pay for the talk of a repulsive sex pervert as Andrea Zanin. The last I checked, we have the right to question how our kids are taught and how our money is spent. (Of course, under Justin Trudeau, who worships China’s dictatorship, things may change.)

That puts into perspective events that I have witnessed before. At this year’s homosexual flag rising, Rob Ford was dragged in and his expression didn’t suggest that he was having “gay time”. The worst part was that the TDSB found it necessary to bring a whole kindergarten class to the ceremony, where condoms and tranny issues were discussed, all in the presence of the top ruling city and province dykes – Kristyn Wong-Tam and Kathleen Wynne.

 

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Kathleen Wynne, homosexual mascots and kindergarten kids

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Wong-Tam with her friendly kindergarten teachers and the kids

None of them was bothered by the kids’ presence; I guess that’s a part of the plan. Wong-Tam was excessively cozy with the teachers, who brought the kids. I wonder if they belonged to the same privileged “orientation.”

There is not much else to say other than that the TDSB is a sinister organization, which doesn’t care at all about the school kids’ interests other than subjecting them to their horrible Marxist experiments, which would make them victims of sexual perverts.

Isn’t it time we all woke up?

 

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3 Comments

  1. The Lone Ranger says:

    For this reason God gave them over to degrading passions; for their women exchanged the natural function for that which is unnatural, and in the same way also the men abandoned the natural function of the woman and burned in their desire toward one another, men with men committing indecent acts and receiving in their own persons the due penalty of their error. And just as they did not see fit to acknowledge God any longer, God gave them over to a depraved mind, to do those things which are not proper. (Romans 1:26-28).

    And whosoever shall cause one of these little ones that believe on me to stumble, it were better for him if a great millstone were hanged about his neck, and he were cast into the sea.(Mark 9:42)

    Let the degenerates be warned. God is not mocked, He WILL have the final say.

    1. admiwrath says:

      They won’t realize those truths until fire and brimstone start coming from above.

  2. SM ISAC says:

    Though the language is severe, I, speaking as a person outside of the faith, get the feeling the God’s commandments had been meant for our own protection in order to survive in the wilderness.

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