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Porn, “lustful music” and “vulgar clothing” are lowering men’s “vibrational state,” angry New Age no-fapper declares in epic dumb rant

Lower vibrational energy

By David Futrelle

If you’ve ever wondered what the “precious bodily fluids”-obsessed General Jack D. Ripper from Dr. Strangelove would sound like if he were, like, really into crystals and auras and shit, well, he might sound a bit like this dude I found in the Semen Retention subreddit today, warning his fellow semen-retainers of the alleged spiritual war being waged against their good vibrations.

Using the weapons of “pornography, lustful music [and] vulgur [sic] clothing,” nis1997 proclaimed in his epic rant, the forces of evil have been feminizing men and “push[ing them] down into a lower vibrational version of themselves for years.” The only defense against this dastardly campaign? Men, stop wanking!

I know that’s the message of, you know, every single rant on the Semen Retention subreddit — which promotes a sort of harder-core version of NoFap. But this guy brings some real razzamatazz to his task. Let’s hear him out,

Men. Those of you on this sub must recognize that there is a war going on. A spiritual war. One that dictates the future of the human race.

Men have been feminized and pushed down into a lower vibrational version of themselves for years. The forces of evil have powerful tools at their disposal. Pornography, lustful music, vulgur clothing. These are all used to hijack the male psyche and use our drive to reproduce against us. To deplete us of our vital energy.

But something deep inside our souls calls to our concious minds. The inuition of Man (some call Him God) summons us to take our place in this world as the MEN THAT WE WERE BORN TO BE. The warriors, the beacons of light that people can rally behind.

The future belongs to men who are dedicated to this path. Dedicated to reaching their full potential.

No more weakness. No more feeling sorry for ourselves and blaming the outside world for how shitty our lives are.

We are taking a stand to fix our minds, our bodies and our souls through this beautiful practice of semen retention.

We do this so we can take back our lives. Because only then will we be in a position to give energy to the world and become MEN OF VALUE.

Follow this sub and follow the path.

Take back your energy. Take back your life. Take back your POWER.

As a card-carrying agent of the Forces of Evil, all I know is that this talk of “lustful music” has made me want to assemble a sexy little playlist. So here are some videos of some exceptionally horny songs.

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76 replies on “Porn, “lustful music” and “vulgar clothing” are lowering men’s “vibrational state,” angry New Age no-fapper declares in epic dumb rant”

This isn’t the first time NoFappers have gotten obsessed with vibration. This one seemed to have similar interest in vibrating.
If you find yourself vibrating, for whatever reason, you should probably see a doctor. People aren’t supposed to vibrate on their own.
To add to the lustful songs:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SFCZDNwomRA
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wz1ca1-_-MY
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OIMDpqQYMFE
(though I think that last one is supposed to be criticizing the amount of sex in our culture). I was listening to a lot of System of a Down earlier, and plenty of their songs are rather lustful.
And a somewhat different kind of lust but a fantastic song (especially for releasing anger):

Wait, “lower vibration” when you get interested in sexy things?

I’m honestly wondering if nobody ever explained puberty to him and he panicked when his voice dropped.

I’m on the fence over whether I should post some hair metal songs. On the one hand, those songs are definitely lustful, but it seems almost all of them are extremely misogynistic.
I tried to think of some non-misogynistic hair metal, but am drawing a blank. Not sure if there is any, as I’m not really into hair metal (I prefer death metal and black metal), but if anyone knows any please post.

EDIT: Forgot about this:

RIP Jill Janus

It would get the manosphere dudes angry because in addition to it obviously being sexual, if memory serves me right Jill Janus was bisexual and these people do not like bi women.

I would add “La ballade de l’obsédé” from the french artist Gotainer …

While it’s a fan edit over a wow video, that version have english subtitle, which probably will help quite a lot of people here :
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ScMkSsoaNbw

(I hope so. I can’t look at more than the preview image because Youtube is a steaming pile of shit. It do have the same preview image than the video I seek)

(and the translation isn’t quite up to speed with how insane the original version is)

And to think that I used to take my own orgasms in hand so that I wouldn’t end up with some shitty dude just to get off.

Do these bozos even IRONY?

I feel I should point out that there’s literally 5 song subjects in history. They are: sex, drugs, violence, doing crimes, and religion. ~98% of all songs ever written are about one or more of those things.

Unlurking just to wonder if “no fapping” is some kind of weird corollary to purity culture?

@Naglfar, @impudentinfidel – I thought of something different when I saw the word “vibrations.” Must be the bad influence of all the lustful music! Though I’m more Gluttony, myself. 😉

@Dalillama – I’m not sure whether the % was tongue in cheek but that seems plausible!! Plus, put together everything romance-related – whether it focuses on love, sex, break-ups, whatever – and I’m sure you have a huge chunk of all songs ever.

What about this old song? “Working in a coal mine, going down down down…” … unless “coal mine” is a euphemism for something else, that one doesn’t seem to fall into any of those categories.

lower vibrational energy

Three-word suggestion: Hitachi. Magic. Wand.

Like that great classic, “Take This Job and Shove It.”

Yes, I AM that old.

@Dalillama

You forgot songs about loss. There’s a goodly number of grief dirges out there jerking tears out of audiences.

Like when your dawg has died, and your tractor stopped workin’, and your first wife she done kicked the bucket and your fish they is kaput.

[Insert joke about vibrators here]

Also, I’m sure that “vulgur” is a typo, and he actually meant “bulgur”. All these people walking around covered in cracked wheat, it’s just immoral (let alone problematic for celiacs).

Also also, some of my favourite bands sing about science and science fiction and monsters.

@Dalillama @Naglfar

You guys should check out Acrassicauda and Skindred, I find the less problematic of the metal bands. The former’s songs in their first album does talk about war though.

OT: you may or may not be familiar with the emerging story about Boris Johnson’s dodgy relationship with a businesswoman, Jennifer Arcuri. I haven’t taken much notice, myself: alongside all the other fuckery we’re going through, it seemed rather minor. But this caught my eye today: Milo is involved:

Arcuri told ITV that her then friend Milo Yiannopoulos, the rightwing commentator, suggested she apply for the job of chief executive of Tech City, an organisation set up by Downing Street to champion technology companies in London. She suggested to ITV that she went along with the idea to humour Yiannopoulos.

But the Sunday Times reported that Arcuri boasted of still having a letter of recommendation from Johnson. It quoted an email from her as saying “I still have the letter of rec from Boris. Hahaha. To think that we asked him to write us a recommendation for the CEO of Tech City is just hysterical.” On Monday she said: “That letter doesn’t exist.” Asked to explain the email, she said she was “just playing along”.

Maybe this story will turn out to be more interesting than I first thought.

Men have been feminized and pushed down into a lower vibrational version of themselves for years.

Real men can phase right through walls, like the Flash.

@WWTH:

For some reason ESP is the one that decided to get stuck in my head.

For me, it’s Elephant Pao Pao, mainly because that’s like an introductory class in Japanese intonation.

I started reading the headline and saw the phrase, “vibrational state”. I said to myself, “I bet this is about semen retainers.” I was neither surprised nor disappointed.

Whenever I think about vibration, I associate it with sex, not lack thereof.

Maybe semen retainers could get together with incels (like Samurai Gandhi from the other thread). If incels buy into semen retention, maybe they’d be a bit less awful and less likely to go on killing sprees because they’d be happy about their not having sex.
Actually, nevermind. They’d probably just be awful in a slightly different way.

@Dalillama
With the kinds of music I listen to (mostly extreme metal), there are also a lot of songs about death and about evil. Not very many about work or drugs though. And not too many about sex, though there are a few I can think of.

@Varalys
IIRC The Carpenters were siblings, so I would think it’s a good thing that they weren’t writing sexy music. Death metal isn’t very sexy music either. My last partner really didn’t like it, which I think could have had something to do with why the relationship fell apart. I can’t stand show tunes and she couldn’t stand death metal, so it probably is for the best that we ended the relationship.

Uh… what the heck do you think that the “warriors” were doing with themselves when they weren’t on campaign?

Napoleon infamously had several mistresses. Criminey, everyone in the military did and if David Petraeus is any indication, still do.

Vulgar clothing has absolutely no meaning with these dudes. In the winter, my wardrobe has become a lot of gothic Loitia stuff and there are still a lot of guys that decided they want to tell me how sexual they find that clothing. A type of style that is suppose to be not sexual in anyway. most of the time your neckline is up to your neck and only your face and hands are visible. I wear it because there is like 4 layers of the damn outfit and it keeps me warm. Bottom line is guys like these will want to wank to any and everything a woman could possibly do.

Around 1978 I discovered Warren Zevon and instantly connected with his quirky lyrics and imperfect baritone voice. He wrote a lot of songs that weren’t about romance and quite a few that were historical. Off the top of my head:

A song about a Norwegian mercenary in the Congo during the Congo Crisis who gets his head blown off and seeks supernatural revenge as “Roland The Headless Thompson Gunner”.

A song about Frank and Jesse James; “Frank And Jesse James”.

A song about how his parents met; “Mama Couldn’t be Persuaded”.

A song about rehab; “Sentimental Hygiene”.

The only song he’s really known for: “Werewolves of London”

But one of my favorites is “Gorilla You’re A Desperado” which is about a gorilla at the L.A. Zoo who switches roles with a zoo patron and gets caught up in the 80’s L.A. rat race. It has a calypso beat and the Eagles as backup singers!

@Lainy, I’ve never understood why it’s called “gothic Lolita” fashion. Creepy as fuck name, and doesn’t seem to match the clothes at all. Anyway, have you seen the movie Kamikaze Girls? You might enjoy it. Lots of fashion, and the writer is a major designer of Lolita clothes. Very funny and heart-warming film.

@Lainy:
Maybe we need a wardrobe version of Rule 34: no matter what you wear, somebody will find it pornographic.

@Hambeast:
From Zevon, I kind of like ‘Monkey Wash, Donkey Rinse’.

Then again, the song of his that’s really most appropriate for discussion on this site is ‘Excitable Boy’… which is all about excusing things with ‘boys will be boys’ while the boy learns that he can get away with anything.

@dashapants

You forgot songs about loss. There’s a goodly number of grief dirges out there jerking tears out of audiences.

A lotta those fall under religion, but fair.
@Naglfar
File under violence and religion

@Hambeast
Zevon’s songs are chock full of drugs and violence, though.

@Grumpy
*sings a chorus of Blackleg Miner*

@Grumpy, @Dalillama: ha, I love both songs!

Have you heard Richard Thompson’s version of “Blackleg Miner” he did as part of his “1000 Years of Popular Music” (which also included a folk rendition of Britney Spears’ “Oops, I Did It Again”! 😂)?

https://youtu.be/FUpYgwvcek8

O/T: This is bullshit: AOC was taken to court by some dipshit for blocking him on Twitter:

Ocasio-Cortez’s attorneys have asked that the lawsuit be dismissed with prejudice so that it cannot be brought against her again, but a male federal judge would like to know why the lady will not just let the gentleman ask her a quick question:

“‘I think she has to testify,’ Judge Frederic Block said. ‘Her point is that this was an A-OK thing to do … she has to explain.’”

Really?

“… and I told him it was NOT the perfect Country-and-Western song, because he hadn’t said anything at all about Mama… or trains… or trucks… or prison… or gettin’ drunk….”

@Cat Mara
This sounds a lot like how during GamerGate harassers got upset about Anita Sarkeesian closing the comments and demanded that she respond to them.

How many times must we tell conservatives?
The first amendment means the government can’t arrest you for saying something. It does NOT mean that others have to accommodate you, listen to you, debate you, or provide you a platform to say it.

XKCD says it best:
https://imgs.xkcd.com/comics/free_speech.png

Just on the topic of lustful music, probably the one that I’ve always loved for not only its overall construction, but its direct request of consent was Roxette’s “Do You Wanna Go The Whole Way?”

I mean, the song’s title is literally asking the partner if they consent. And you really can’t get much sexier than Marie Fredriksson’s voice.

@Rabid Rabbit

Part of that investigation uncovered a regular practice of recording women without their consent, up to and possibly including during sex. As a result, legal action might be taken against the PUA “teachers” responsible.

@Dalillama:

There’s also the huge category of songs about songs and/or the music industry.

It’s kinda natural, when you think about it. People who make music are inevitably going to want to write about their personal experiences… which include an awful lot related to making music.

Rock & Roll is particularly self-referential, but even old tunes of which we have the only barest of records show that singing about the music of Orpheus, Dionysius, and/or Pan was a real thing.

As modern examples, there are several good ones:
Next Big Thing

Long Way to the Top

and, of course,
the one you should be able to name without my help.

Aooow!

Of course this thread also deserves another iteration of the Old-As-Mammoths joke we love here:

Sexist: There is a war going on. A spiritual war. One that dictates the future of the human race!

Feminist: :yawn!: Uh huh.

Sexist: Men have been feminized and pushed down into a lower vibrational version of themselves.

Feminist: Really?!? Do tell.

Sexist: Pornography, lustful music, vulgur clothing have all been used to hijack the male psyche and use our drive to reproduce against us!

Feminist: So then, what is the solution?

Sexist: We must never have sex. We must never even masturbate. We must never allow even the smallest chance that our sperm might find their way outside out bodies. For the future of humanity.

Feminist: You know what? I fully support you. Keep on keepin’ on with that. There’s a very good chance that humanity will be better off that way.

@Cat Mara
Unfortunately I can’t listen to Richard Thompson any more, too many memories attached.

Sexy: Nascente (Milton Nascimento) (the voice of the patron angel of sex, though sadly I gather he has been losing his voice lately).

Music business (and sexuality): Radio-Friendly Pop Song by Matt Fishel (lots of very singable and all completely mashup-able songs taking the piss out of heteronormativity).

One question I have about the semen retainers is this: what do they do about nocturnal ejaculation? It seems like this would be hard to prevent. Do they just get really sad about how it ended their streak?

Also, don’t they at some point realize that the only effect they’re getting from semen retention is that they’re hornier? Or is there some sort of placebo effect at play where they think it’s making them smarter or whatever they think it’s doing?

“Free Man In Paris” is my favorite song about the music biz.

Meanwhile, children’s songs seem to fall into two categories:

1. I’m going to sneakily teach you about colors/numbers/days of the week.
2. Utter nonsense.

Men have been feminized and pushed down into a lower vibrational version of themselves.

I see this all the time. Men emitting quantum packets of soy as they fall down into their lower orbital shells.

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