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Porn and David Carradine

 

CarradineHung

David Carradine Comes—And Goes; Media Love It. June 9, 2009 By Dr. Marty Klein

David Carradine, star of the campy '70s TV classic "Kung Fu" was found hung several days ago, nude, with his genitals tied up and some "porn" at his feet.

As with so many of these cases, it was investigated as a homicide, then initially considered a suicide. It is, however, clearly something else — auto-erotic asphyxiation. That’s the King’s English for masturbating while seriously restricting one’s breathing. This high-stakes ecstasy is more common than most people realize. Usually done in secret, it’s discovered when it goes wrong and proves fatal. Police and families typically cover it up, either from ignorance or shame.

 

As with the occasional train wreck or exotic epidemic, TV immediately enlisted experts and “interested persons” to discuss the causes and details of this allegedly intriguing incident. Informed that some people ritually enhance their solitary orgasms with a rope around their neck or plastic bag over their head, we were also told not to try this at home. It’s dangerous! Now there’s a news flash—restricting the flow of oxygen until you’re almost dead is actually dangerous. Film at 11.

Fake news shows like Larry King and Anderson Cooper, along with authentic gossip shows like Entertainment Tonight, used the event to smuggle kinky (pornographic) sex onto TV. Faced with the ideal subject—a combination of sex and death (all that was missing was weight loss), King actually said “we’re not here to smirk or get entertainment value” before asking his trashy questions. Of course not, Larry. We’re discussing a 72-year-old dead man’s masturbation for serious reasons.

What almost no TV show, website, or magazine article will mention is that millions of Americans routinely use milder forms of breath play during sex. Alone or with a partner, male or female, consciously or not, various people hold their breath while they climax, or use their breathing to delay orgasm. Some people learn to breathe so they can tolerate/enjoy the sexy pain of spanking or biting. And of course, many men and women play with gently (or not so gently) choking each other during oral sex, something often depicted in current pornography."

Was Carradine's death auto-erotic asphyxiation? In an interview with RadarOnline.com, Gail Jensen, Carradine's third ex-wife, said he enjoyed tying himself up in the bedroom of their California ranch and experimented with drowning himself in their pool. "He had his kinky moments," said Jensen, who was married to Carradine from 1986 to 1997. She added that the late actor saw the sex acts as a form of meditation and stress release. In a separate interview, Jensen revealed that Carradine "would tie himself up, and I would walk in and see him and say, 'Oh, my God, David, you've got to be kidding me.'" She added, "He liked to be tied up. And he could tie himself up ... He spent days planning a different feature. He would go to a hardware store and buy the stuff." Jensen's sentiment was echoed by the late actor's fourth and most recent ex-wife, Marina Anderson who called her four-year marriage to the actor a roller coaster. "The dynamics were pretty heavy," she told ABCNews.com.

CARRADINE'S PORN COLLECTION

David Carradine went to a Los Angeles sex shop just three weeks before he died and placed a large order for pornographic bondage objects and videos. According to the owner of Susie's Delights in Tarzana, California, Carradine was a regular for years and owned almost every piece of bondage equipment in the store. Carradine's orders that were placed three weeks before his death included women's lingerie, stockings, a few pieces of bondage equipment and three pornographic bondage DVDs. Pornography was discovered beneath the dangling feet of his dead body.

THE POLITICS OF PORN: WHERE IS THE LOVE?

Porn is not confined to adult bookstores. It has infiltrated our whole society from the internet to mainstream television to local newsstands, movie theaters, rock music, videos, dial-a-porn, and many other places. The ruling bankster families who control the corporate media have ushered pornography into your home and made it available to every member of your family regardless of age - through cable, direct TV and the Internet.

Pornography is defined as "the depiction of erotic behavior (as in pictures and writing) intended to cause sexual excitement" (Webster), or in the terms of the Longford Report, "that which exploits and dehumanizes sex, so that human beings are treated as things and women and children, in particular, as sex objects". Eighty-seven percent of child molesters admit to regular use of pornography. 

Pornography is a political tool. It teaches its consumers to disconnect from their hearts and souls and to associate sexual pleasure with pain and abuse - not closeness, not love, not tenderness, not beauty, not connection. It has nothing whatsoever to do with "making love".

The most powerful human emotion is "love". Love unites and motivates. For that reason, it is threatening to the ruling bankster families. Their political strategy in achieving their New World Order is to divide and separate through gender, race, age and class divisions. Their pornography industry divides and separates people from their hearts and souls. David Carradine was its latest high profile victim. His disturbing story will no doubt be used to lure, seduce and exploit the curious.

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