Last year news finally broke — or, rather, the media finally begun paying attention — that legendary comedian Bill Cosby might very well be a prolific serial rapist. Numerous women — now totaling almost forty — have accused Cosby of having drugged and raped or fondled them while they lay comatose.
The women’s stories are strikingly similar. At least one of them, Andrea Constand, wanted to press charges against Cosby in 2005. Ex-DA Bruce Castor told CNN that while he found Constand to be credible and felt that Cosby was evasive during questioning, he declined to press charges due to a lack of physical evidence.
Instead of criminal charges, Constand went through with a civil suit, which the two settled in 2006 for an undisclosed amount. Much of the suit, from the settlement to the identities of the dozen Jane Does who likewise testified that Cosby had assaulted them, were kept secret over the years.
This has begun to change. Several of those anonymous women had come forward to publicly accuse the former Cosby Show star, and recently the Associated Press scored a major victory when a federal judge agreed to unseal portions of Bill Cosby’s testimony. It was revealed that when he was asked whether or not he purchased Quaaludes — a sedative sometimes used in date rapes — with the intent of giving them to young women with whom he wanted to have sex, he simply said “Yes.”
Sounds pretty damning, right? Maybe. Unless you’re the leader of a men’s rights organization, that is. A Voice for Men founder and
giant, raging manbaby self-proclaimed human rights activist Paul Elam is thankfully here to ask the hard-hitting questions. Questions like, what if these so-called “victims” are really just drug-addicted whores?
As Elam put it, his reaction to Cosby’s Quaaludes confession was “Big fucking whoop.” After all, women “have been trading gash for stash for as long as I can remember, and they still are.” Yes, when faced with accusations by forty some-odd women against a man who admits to giving women drugs and sleeping with them, he finds it equally plausible (for now, anyway) that “those women loosened Cosby’s grip on his drugs by sticking their tits in his face.”
After noting that, in his opinion, there is a “healthy percentage of women who are just fine with the idea that dick comes with drugs”, he went on to blast Cosby’s victims as “lowbrow party girls” who are “now so far past their sexual shelf-life that they could not trade sex for a ten dollar bag of Mexican schweg.”
In the latest round of trial by media for Bill Cosby, the “stunning” revelation now alleged is that he gave women Quaaludes with the expectation it would help him score sex.
My response. Big fucking whoop. Women have been trading gash for stash for as long as I can remember, and they still are.
Saying that Bill Cosby gave women ludes to loosen them up for sex is about as worthy of pointing out as the likelihood is that those women loosened Cosby’s grip on his drugs by sticking their tits in his face.
Like it or not, drugs are chick magnets. Of course, I will figuratively grit my teeth and point out that not all women are like this. Indeed, not nearly all women do drugs at all, including a bunch of them who would fuck Bill Cosby simply because he is Bill Cosby. And including the women who would fuck Bill Cosby simply because he has been accused of sexual violence.
Of course, whatever actually happened between the sudden explosion of Cosby accusers and the 78 year old comedian is a matter of pure speculation. Nothing, absolutely nothing has been proven as a matter of due process. In that sense, as of today he is demonstrably innocent of all charges.
Where speculation turns to certainty is the fact that there is a healthy percentage of women who are just fine with the idea that dick comes with drugs.
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My guess is that the only thing happening here is that the lowbrow party girls that glommed onto Bill Cosby and spread like warm peanut butter are just coming back for more.
Did Bill Cosby use his fame, fortune and pharmaceuticals to grease the wheels of his sex life? Probably yes, I think. That is the kind of grease that a lot of women yearn to bathe in.
It is also interesting that all but one or two of the long list of alleged victims are now so far past their sexual shelf-life that they could not trade sex for a ten dollar bag of Mexican schweg.
Double dipping the Cosby Cash may well be all some of them have.
When and if Bill Cosby is ever convicted of an actual crime, I will chime in on bashing him, right alongside the idiots who think waiting for a trial is too inconvenient.
Til then, all I see in this is a bunch of greedy women who commoditized their bodies like groupies who managed to get backstage at a rock concert.
Nothing new here, folks. Same as it ever was.