Bathroom Glory Hole

Bathroom Glory Hole

A glory hole (also spelled gloryhole and glory-hole) is a hole in a wall, or other partition, often between public lavatory stalls or adult video arcade booths, for people to engage in sexual activity or observe the person in the next cubicle while one or both parties masturbate. In addition to the penis, fingers or the tongue may be inserted into the hole.
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Bathroom Glory Hole

Numerous motivations can be ascribed to the use and eroticism of glory holes. For some, the sheer anonymity is itself arousing. Utilizing a gloryhole is also an easy way to mitigate any perceived physical shortcomings. One social theorist has described the attraction of this form of sexual encounter thus: “The ultimate sexual objectification of gay male sexual encounters is the glory hole in public toilets. As a wall separates the two participants, they have no contact except for a mouth, a penis, and perhaps a hand. Almost total anonymity is maintained as no other attributes are taken into consideration.” The glory hole is seen as an iconic erotic oasis in gay subcultures around the world; people’s motivations, experiences and attributions of value in its use are varied.
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Bathroom Glory Hole

Public sex of any kind is illegal in many parts of the world, and police undercover operations continue to be used in order to enforce such laws. Adverse personal consequences to participants in glory hole activity have included police surveillance, public humiliation in the press, often with marital and employment consequences, and imprisonment following a criminal conviction. Gay bashing, mugging, and bodily injury are further potential risks. For reasons of personal safety, as well as etiquette, men typically wait for a signal from the receptive partner to come through the hole before inserting any part of their genitals through a glory hole.
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Bathroom Glory Hole

In light of the ongoing HIV pandemic, many gay men re-evaluated their sexual and erotic desires and practices. It is suggested by queer theorist Tim Dean that glory holes allow for a physical barrier, which may be an extension of psychological ones where internalized homophobia (a result of many societies’ widespread disgust about LGBT practices and people). For some gay men, a glory hole serves to depersonalize their partner altogether as a disembodied object of sexual desire, either sticking through or on the other side of the hole.
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Bathroom Glory Hole

Glory holes are especially associated with gay male culture, and anal or oral sex, but may also be used by bisexual or heterosexual men, or by men who do not identify as gay, bisexual, or heterosexual. The partition maintains anonymity. Some gay websites offer directories of glory holes, and people sometimes install private glory holes within their residences.
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Bathroom Glory Hole

In addition to safety and legal risks, there is a heightened risk of sexually transmitted infections associated with having sex with infected partners. This risk can be reduced through the use of condoms, although their use in glory hole activity is unusual.
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Bathroom Glory Hole

Sexy asian girl checks out a public restroom, hoping for glory hole fun. She strips and masturbates while waiting, but soon gets her wish a big piece of white fuck tool.
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Bathroom Glory Hole

Like Epstein, Obama and his cronies don’t give a rat’s ass about what happens to “trans” kids. This is about pushing an agenda. If a few bodies pile up, great—martyrs for the cause. And if you think that encouraging boys to use the girls’ bathroom isn’t going to lead to fights at best or deaths at worst, well, you’ve obviously received a massive head injury that prevents you from recalling what middle school boys are like. Hearing “That freak saw my bewbs” is all it’s going to take to motivate some young lunkhead to defend his girlfriend’s honor. Perhaps most infuriating of all is the fact that the Obama administration has not even feigned interest in how young women feel about sharing bathroom and changing facilities with boys. After years of rhetoric about how the opinions of young women “matter,” how girls should be called on when they raise their hands in school, how it’s “sexist” to exclude them from decisions that affect them, Obama has made it clear that he doesn’t give a damn about women’s opinions. Obama’s definition of female empowerment? “Shut up and do what I tell you.”
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“Definitely,” Volokh replied, “indeed.” (Several days after our back-and-forth, Volokh wrote a lengthy blog post further exploring the questionable legality of mandated pronouns.) So that’s probably going to be the best line of defense against Obama’s bathroom madness. Demanding that teachers call a biologically male student “she” and “her” is essentially ordering them to adopt a faith-based belief system (that a man can become a woman by wishing it so) that might conflict with their sincerely held religious beliefs, and that is very likely unconstitutional. If Scalia were still alive, I’d wager that Obama’s bathroom decree would be guaranteed to die a swift death before SCOTUS. But with things as they are now, and as they’ll be after November, who knows?
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Now, before I devote a second column to this issue, let’s get our terms straight. We’re not talking about “transgender people” being able to use a bathroom that corresponds to the sex of the person they’ve “transitioned” to. We’re not talking about Caitlyn Jenner or Christine Jorgensen. We’re talking about biological men being allowed to use women’s facilities based merely on the fact that they “believe” they’re a woman “on the inside.” The public associates the word “transgender” with people who have undergone some type of procedure, some type of transformation. That obfuscation is on purpose; let’s not play into it. We’re talking about belief, not physical state. If a man claims to think he’s a woman, he must be treated as such. He can be 6 foot 5 with a lumberjack beard and a bulging pendulous dirlywanger, and yet he is magically a woman in the eyes of the law by virtue of his belief alone.
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Lord help us all, but probably the only people capable of stopping (or at least slowing) the madness are lawyers. I had a few questions about how the bathroom guidelines will play out in court, and who better to ask than UCLA law professor and all-around legal eagle Eugene Volokh? His blog, the Volokh Conspiracy, is the best legal blog on the Internet. Seriously, if it’s not on your daily reading list, you’re missing out.
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To be sure, this raises the question of people calling themselves female just to get particular benefits. My guess, though, is that there may be some sincerity test (as there would be for bathroom access, at least in person), just as there is a sincerity test for claims of religious exemptions (e.g., conscientious objector draft exemptions, the clergy-penitent privilege, and more).
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So yes, a man will be taken at his word that he’s a woman, no “test” required. And I wasn’t done. I asked Volokh, “As far as in-person tests go, how can that possibly be accomplished without the person doing the testing (whoever that might be) running the risk of being sued for questioning a ‘legit’ transgender who is still male to the naked eye? Surely the fear of a civil rights lawsuit would discourage anyone from trying to ‘test’ a biological male entering a women’s bathroom.”
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His response? “I think that’s likely right for bathrooms.” So, essentially, any man can waltz into a women’s bathroom, and authorities and bystanders alike will be too cowed by the possibility of getting sued to investigate the guy’s “sincerity.”
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I’m happy to call my trans friend Jenna “she,” out of respect. But the state should not be in the business of compelling anyone to accept someone else’s faith or to act against their own. Yet that’s exactly what Obama’s bathroom guidelines do. And it’s guaranteed to foment resistance, even among social libertarians like me who, by and large, have no quarrel with any of the letters in the LGBT alphabet soup.

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