Playboy and Sexual Dynamics

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Chloe Goins

by Jonas E. Alexis 

 

Chloe Goins
Chloe Goins

I just could not hold my laughter a few minutes ago because people in the sex industry continue to produce things that would stun a freshman in logic.

While I was working on a different and more exhaustive article dealing with the issues in Paris, which will be published soon, I saw something online that simply deserves a good laugh. Listen to this—and it is not a joke:

“A model [Chloe Goins] who claims Bill Cosby drugged and sexually abused her at the Playboy Mansion met with Los Angeles police on Wednesday to pursue criminal charges against the comedian over the 2008 incident.”[1]

Let me make it clear again that Cosby should be trialed and there is enough convincing evidence to show that he is probably guilty. You simply cannot throw some solid and independent sources under the rug.

At the same time, Chloe Goins is implicitly making a bad case for the feminist movement precisely because Playboy, as everyone knows, is essentially a whorehouse, where morality is basically a relic of the past.

To cite again Hugh Hefner, “The freedom to express oneself without fear of censorship” is the ultimate goal of Playboy. Hefner did not hesitate to write that “Sexual imagery is not a social carcinogen, but censorship is.”

1305753237_kim-lgIf Goins has some common sense, we would like her explain why she wants to censor Cosby’s sexual fluidity when the founder of Playboy resents censorship.  After all, Cosby didn’t drag her to the Playboy Mansion, which again is essentially a whorehouse. If there are no sexual limits, how is Cosby wrong?





Here is Goins’ testimony. Listen very carefully and see if this woman has any common sense:

“My girlfriend got an invite to a Playboy party and asked me to go with her. I remember being excited about it.

“We stayed at the W Hotel in Hollywood which is one of my favorites and were both looking forward to the party. We got all dressed up, we were going to the Playboy mansion after all.

“I was a wearing a cute little red dress and my friend was wearing a strapless tan dress. I remember we got to the house and it was like a bigger party so there was a lot going on, lots of girls wearing not very much. They checked our ID at the door so I knew drinking was off limits.”[2]

And Goins wants a judge to take this case seriously? She willingly went to a whorehouse where “drinking was off limits,” where girls were “wearing not very much,” where “there was a lot going on,” and where she “was excited about” going to the party in the first place, but now she is complaining that she got raped.

Nonsense!

But again Goins has more to say about what happened:

We were running late but we were quickly introduced to Heffner when we got there. It was the first time I had met him, I was excited and all focus was on him. Me and my friend were two cute blondes, he liked us.”[3]

Here are the questions: what really was going through Goins’ mind? Did she really think that Hefner just babysits “cute blondes”? Didn’t she know that Hefner has a history of putting “cute blondes” in the pornographic business? Didn’t she know that Hefner has broad limits when it comes to sexual dynamics? Here is what Hefner said:

“Today, in every instance of sexual rights falling under attack, you’ll find legislation forced into place by people who practice discrimination disguised as religious freedom. Their goal is to dehumanize everyone’s sexuality and reduce us to using sex for the sole purpose of perpetuating our species. To that end, they will criminalize your entire sex life.”[4]

Why, then, does Goins want to criminalize Cosby’s sex life? Maybe she needs to go back to the mansion and ask Hefner to expand on his sexual thesis.

Perhaps Goins should listen a bit to what Stefan Molyneux has found (I do not agree with everything he says, but he has some good points here and there):

If Goins is going to take Cosby to court, then she needs to drag Hefner along because Hefner provides the legal politics upon which sexual freedom or pornography in Playboy rests.

If she cannot do that, then there is no need for us to listen to her whining. When she solves the moral and internal problem in Playboy and when she can finally admit that she contributes to the problem, then we will be able to take her seriously.

The sad part is that people like Goins are implicitly making a mockery of genuine rape cases. As we shall see in a future article, they are making the feminist movement look very bad.


[1] “EXCLUSIVE: ‘I was only 18 when Bill Cosby drugged me. I woke up naked; he was licking my toes.’ Comedian faces new claim he committed sex attack at the Playboy Mansion just SIX years ago on woman who has contacted police,” Daily Mail, December 15, 2014; Alanna Vagianos, “Model Chloe Goins Says Bill Cosby Drugged Her And Licked Her Toes In 2008,” Huffington Post, December 16, 2014.

[2] “EXCLUSIVE: ‘I was only 18 when Bill Cosby drugged me. I woke up naked; he was licking my toes.’ Comedian faces new claim he committed sex attack at the Playboy Mansion just SIX years ago on woman who has contacted police,” Daily Mail, December 15, 2014.

[3] Ibid.

[4] “Playboy founder Hugh Hefner writes passionate plea in support of gay marriage,” NY Daily News, August 23, 2012.

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Jonas E. Alexis has degrees in mathematics and philosophy. He studied education at the graduate level. His main interests include U.S. foreign policy, history of Israel/Palestine conflict, and the history of ideas. He is the author of the new book Zionism vs. the West: How Talmudic Ideology is Undermining Western Culture. He teaches mathematics in South Korea.
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