Category: Uncensored News

Swiss Cheese Pervert Suspect Chris Pagano Arrested [UPDATED]

Arrested but on the streets again, “Friday: Pagano has been charged with harassment, stalking, indecent exposure, and open lewdness and is back on the street on Friday morning (Today, Jan 17, 2013), after posting ten percent of his $30,000 bail,” Philadelphia Magazine.

Excerpts from article in Philadelphia Magazine, the publication that originally broke the story.

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Philadelphia Police were unable to confirm the arrest, but the Norristown Police Department says that Pagano was picked up this morning in a joint action by the Norristown and Philadelphia police departments and that Pagano is now in the custody of the Philadelphia Police Department.

Earlier this week, I talked about the Swiss Cheese Pervert on WMMR’s Preston & Steve Show, and multiple women called in with Swiss Cheese Pervert sightings. Here’s the audio: Read and hear more –

http://www.phillymag.com/news/2014/01/16/swiss-cheese-pervert-chris-pagano-arrested/

 

Philly’s “Swiss Cheese Pervert” Could be Dangerous

The Daily News published this article yesterday, most important to read and act on it if you see someone matching his description. I attended the same grad school as Gloria Brame, the expert consulted for article, so I know she is extremely sex positive. IASHS is  probably the only school that would allow her to research her passion and write a dissertation on ‘kink and fetishes.’

BY JASON NARK, Daily News Staff Writer narkj@phillynews.com, 215-854-5916

POSTED: January 13, 2014

SWISS CHEESE, STINKY feet, chocolate pudding: There’s no telling what gets someone’s blood pumping below the belt.

But one expert says that when a sexual fetish becomes an obsession – when it literally gets exposed to the public as it has for Philadelphia’s “Swiss Cheese Pervert” – the combo of fromage and adrenaline can be an unsavory mix.

“Yeah, it’s pretty weird, but with food, who knows. It’s surprising, but it isn’t shocking,” said Gloria Brame, a certified clinical sexologist from Georgia who wrote her dissertation on “kink and fetishes.”

“It’s not about the cheese, though. It’s the criminality of it that’s worrisome.”

On Saturday, Philadelphia magazine published the name and photo of a 41-year-old Norristown man who matches the description of a man who’s been seen recently holding a slice of Swiss over his penis inside a car around Mayfair. The man identified by the magazine, along with several of his relatives, could not be reached for comment yesterday, and his Facebook page appeared to have been deleted.

The Philadelphia Police Department’s Special Victims Unit said it was aware of the magazine report yesterday, but the investigators handling the case would not be back in until this morning.

The “Swiss Cheese Pervert,” expert Brame said, is “definitely somebody the cops to need to find” because he needs more than cheese and a willing partner to feel satisfied.

“If this guy really wanted to, there’s no hooker in the world who would turn down $50 to [pleasure a guy] with Swiss cheese,” she said.

The man identified by Philadelphia magazine has been charged with soliciting prostitution on two occasions.

Long before women reported a man dangling slices of Swiss over his groin here in Philadelphia, a man with a Swiss-cheese fetish was freaking people out on dating sites such as…read more.

http://articles.philly.com/2014-01-13/news/46153142_1_philadelphia-magazine-fetish-man

Why Defend Freedom of Icky Speech?

I am a member of the ACLU – American Civil Liberty Union because I believe in the First Amendment; the freedom of speech and the press affect the Salon directly. It is sometimes difficult to keep these freedoms in perspective when they are extended to voices I don’t agree with. I also realize these freedoms do not discriminate.

The first part of this posting is the mission statement of the ACLU. May I encourage you to join, especially if you support the Salon’s right to exist. https://www.aclu.org

Second part is Neil Gaiman’s answer to a reader’s question, “What makes lolicon something worth defending?” It is definitely worth the read.

So long as we have enough people in this country willing to fight for their rights, we’ll be called a democracy.

— ACLU Founder Roger Baldwin

These rights include:The ACLU is our nation’s guardian of liberty, working daily in courts, legislatures and communities to defend and preserve the individual rights and liberties that the Constitution and laws of the United States guarantee everyone in this country.

  • Your First Amendment rights – freedom of speech, association and assembly; freedom of the press, and freedom of religion.
  • Your right to equal protection under the law – protection against unlawful discrimination.
  • Your right to due process – fair treatment by the government whenever the loss of your liberty or property is at stake.
  • Your right to privacy – freedom from unwarranted government intrusion into your personal and private affairs.

The ACLU also works to extend rights to segments of our population that have traditionally been denied their rights, including people of color; women; lesbians, gay men, bisexuals and transgender people; prisoners; and people with disabilities.

If the rights of society’s most vulnerable members are denied, everybody’s rights are imperiled.

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Why decent freedom of icky speech?

Excerpts:

If you accept — and I do — that freedom of speech is important, then you are going to have to defend the indefensible. That means you are going to be defending the right of people to read, or to write, or to say, what you don’t say or like or want said.

The Law is a huge blunt weapon that does not and will not make distinctions between what you find acceptable and what you don’t. This is how the Law is made.

People making art find out where the limits of free expression are by going beyond them and getting into trouble.

LOST GIRLS, by Melinda Gebbie and Alan Moore is several hundred pages long. I posted the full-length review I did for Publishers Weekly here. Describing Lost Girls, I said,

“The boundary between pornography and erotica is an ambiguous one, and it changes depending on where you’re standing. For some, perhaps, it’s a matter of whatever turns you on (my erotica, your pornography), for some the distinction occurs in class (i.e. erotica is pornography for rich people). Perhaps it’s also something to do with the means of distribution – internet pornography is unquestionably porn, while an Edwardian publication, on creamy paper, bought by connoisseurs, part works bound into expensive volumes, must be erotica.”

More – read query and answer by Neil Gaiman:

http://journal.neilgaiman.com/2008/12/why-defend-freedom-of-icky-speech.html

Sexy beasts: Why ‘monster porn’ needs love too – CNET

“Why deprive the imagination of a great romance just because the protagonist happens to live for 600 years or has the occasional bout with fleas?”

Leda and the Swan by Peter Paul Rubens

Excellent article in CNET regarding the epublishing industry’s controversial handling of beastiality and erotica.

“Do romance books with sexy dinosaurs, centaurs, Cthulhu, and aliens send your heart racing? After some such e-books get yanked by online booksellers, Crave’s Bonnie Burton explains their appeal.

“It’s easy to mock book titles like “Boffing Bigfoot,” “Taken by the Tentacle Monsters,” and “Sex With My Husband’s Anatomically Correct Robot,” but there’s a growing market for erotic fiction by amateur writers that involves something a bit more unusual than an oversexed pirate or kilted warrior.

If romance e-books with sexy Yeti, mermen, Cthulhu, and aliens fill your tablet or e-reader and send your heart racing, the increasingly popularity of books featuring non-human love interests will come as no surprise. However, many may have been introduced to so-called monster porn for the first time thanks to a recent Business Insider piece on e-book retailers cracking down on this literary genre that’s gaining a wide following online. One of the titles in question, “Moan For Bigfoot” by Virginia Wade, has been downloaded more than 100,000 times.

As a lifelong geek and hard-core fan of horror and fantasy books, I totally get the appeal. Let’s face it — an affair with a rich sultan or a fascinating count probably isn’t going to happen in real life, so why not read about a flirty fling with a centaur instead?

Aliens dominate this erotic thriller by Alice Xavier about an abductee that might enjoy probing too much. Aliens dominate this erotic thriller by Alice Xavier.

The Business Insider story by Eric Spitznagel points out that amateur self-published authors suddenly found their erotica e-books featuring Bigfoot, dinosaurs, and minotaurs no longer offered by sellers like Amazon because of their explicit sexual content. At the same time, erotica books by more established authors that featured vampires, werewolves, aliens, and other similar creatures remained untouched.

Many of the removed erotica e-books were published through Amazon’s Kindle Direct Publishing self-publishing system, which clearly states in its content guidelines that “we don’t accept pornography or offensive depictions of graphic sexual acts.” A representative of KindleDirect Publishing told CNET that the KDP’s quality department “reserves the right to make judgements about whether or not content is appropriate; this can include the cover image or the content within the book. If the book contains mature content, it will not be surfaced in our general product search results.”

Some authors of recently rejected e-books realized that the quick solution to getting their titles back up on Amazon was not to alter their racy content but simply to change their e-books’ titles and cover art. That’s exactly what monster erotica author Alice Xavier did with her “Serpent God’s Virgin” e-book when it was pulled from Amazon. “They flagged it because it had virgin in the title,” Xavier told Business Insider. After she renamed the same exact book “Serpent God’s Maiden,” it appeared back on Amazon’s virtual bookshelves.

The disappearance and reemergence of some of these books points to online booksellers’ evolving standards when it comes to monster erotica. That is a story unto itself, but for some readers, the Business Insider piece probably also raised the question: what makes monster porn — also known as “cryptozoological erotica” or “erotic horror” — so intoxicating?”

Read more:

http://news.cnet.com/8301-17938_105-57616285-1/sexy-beasts-why-monster-porn-needs-love-too/