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Pegging, Fucking, or Fucking Up English?  

trisha_ann_glynn 48T
193 posts
4/18/2010 10:26 am
Pegging, Fucking, or Fucking Up English?

In the Sunday Magazine thewriterbiter posed the question about PEGGING.
Some people were unaware of this practice. That is anal stimulation of a man.
That gave me cause, to the continued bastardization of english.
In ten years we will need phrase books to converse in english.

We continue to create new words, not to communicate better.
It's an attempt to sound cool. Socially Correct.
To sound more professional. Politically Correct.
And now to comfort insecure people. Sexually Correct.


Here, another "made up" word to describe a term already used.
Woman straps on a dildo, shoves it in a guys ass.
That is called FUCKING. You are FUCKING him.


PEGGING sounds like carpentry or woodcraft.
Strikes a more masculine tone, more manly and acceptable.
Along with black or gray male prostate stimulation devices.
With manly sounding names that resemble hand tools.
All this to make it O.K. for guys with esteem issues.
It's still a VIBRATOR!


Males with frail ego will line up on the NOT FOR ME side.
Along with underlying traits of homophobia from a few females.
Opposed and swearing this is a practice only for homosexuals.
Denying personal pleasure in return, for perceived sexual identity.


The prostate in a man, when massaged, gives him intense ejaculation.
Regardless of his sexual orientation, this is anatomy and biology.
In return for ignoring that. The same man can ignore her G-Spot.
This can become a race between sexually selfish people.
When one gets orgasm, the other is on their own.
It can go both ways.


I don't want anyone PEGGING me. Call it what it is....FUCKING.

What are the psychological motivations behind this desire for me?
It can be his flesh and muscle, pumping with semen cock.
A life like rubber dildo strapped around her waist.
Or a vibrator in experience hands.
My reaction physically is from the stimulation.
And emotionally from the submissive act of being taken.



madamtori 63F

4/18/2010 9:58 pm

excellent post.
Pegging...does remind me of the little bitty pieces of sanded dowel we used in carpentry.
MsV


magnaotter F  
4045 posts
4/18/2010 11:23 am

Yes, but....

I get your point, I really do, and I think it's valid up to a point... but....

We do need another word in this case, or a description of exactly what's going on. If you say: "Peggy Sue is fucking Greg", most folks are going to assume that vaginal intercourse is taking place. If you say: "Peggy Sue is fucking Greg over", that's another context altogether. And if you say: "Peggy Sue is pegging Greg.", well, we know that anal intercourse is taking place and Greg is the owner of the anus in question. The only other way to convey it is awkward: "Peggy Sue is fucking Greg up the ass" and liable to be misunderstood out of context (are they going through a really nasty divorce?).

In the heat of the moment, I doubt Greg says: "Peggy Sue, o Peggy Sue, peg me harder, peg me like you mean it!" - in that context, 'fuck' is entirely appropriate and much better word usage. But at the dinner table, or curled n the couch, when he turns to her and says: 'Peggy Sue, I want you to fuck me tonight' or she turns to him and says: 'O, babe, o Greg, I'm going to fuck you tonight' - well, there's ample room for miscommunication, innit there? Clarity, it's all about clarity...

On the other hand, I utterly agree that calling a vibrator a 'prostrate stimulator' is nothing but wordplay designed to make *some* men feel better about wanting something up their ass, and grooving on that prostrate response.

Not *all* men have it, btw... my Best Gay Friend doesn't. At least not from that side... he has found he can get a prostrate response using sounds though.


go2hell02 60F
297 posts
4/18/2010 11:14 am

It doesn't matter what term is used. It's just another door that can remain shut (Lol) or open, leading to a more complete sexual awareness.


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