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September 17, 2018 | by  | in VUWSA |
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A battle has been raging in the VUWSA office all year. It’s lost me friends, matches on Tinder, and quite a bit of self-respect. But I drunkenly chose this position and now I must stick by my decision for the rest of my life. I’m putting it out there: Going straight to doggy style is a power play.
I’ll lay down some background first. Everyone in this hypothetical situation gives consent and there is a little bit of flanter before getting to the bedroom. It works for all genders and sexualities, but I must admit that I have been shot down once regarding gay men. It also doesn’t really work if you’re in a committed relationship.
I’ll set the scene: You take a person home, crash through the doors of your bedroom, have a bit of a pash, and then BOOM, you jump straight into doggy. From there on out you are the one in charge. It is one hundred percent a power play.
For those that say, “what if I just really like doggy?”, I say that it is the power imbalance behind the position that you enjoy. If you really liked doggy, you would warm up to the position right? Build a bit of passion behind it, and then make the switch. Surely.
I’m also taking a Trumpian approach to this topic. I’m here to change your mind, but there is not a hope in hell of changing mine.
Take it back to the mates, post it in the group chat, hell even try it out this weekend, but I promise you I’m right.
Have a debate with a master, dive into sex week, and break down some social stigma because if you don’t, my potential employer’s Google searches will lose me a job or two.

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