Troubles continue to mount for disgraced Democrat sex pervert Eric Schneiderman.
Rarely has a political figure of such stature as the former New York attorney general fallen so quickly as Schneiderman did after a New Yorker magazine story exposed him as a drunken, vicious pervert who dug choking and slapping his bedmates around.
Within hours of the publication of the piece, Schneiderman tendered his resignation after making a few lame excuses that his assault of his lovers was merely what he referred to as “role-playing” which is a common term in the netherworld of BDSM and other kinky sexual practices.
Being that we are now living in a time of a thousand genders where every degenerate sexual fetish is no longer considered by the left to be deviant this should really not be much of a shock but the “kink community” is calling out Schneiderman for mischaracterizing them.
'Kink community' angry at New York attorney general comments https://t.co/OSel10kprE
— MAGA News Report (@MagaNewsReport) May 10, 2018
Via The Associated Press “‘Kink community’ angry at New York attorney general comments”:
Many members of what’s widely known as the kink community are outraged that Eric Schneiderman, in resigning as New York’s attorney general, depicted his alleged violence toward several women as “role-playing and other consensual sexual activity.”
Aficionados of kinky sex noted that Schneiderman’s accusers insisted they had given no consent — which is considered obligatory among most practitioners of kink.
The story brought new attention to the world of kink that’s often known as BDSM — standing for variations of bondage, dominance, submission and masochism. The practice — though still a taboo topic in some respects — has made incursions into the cultural mainstream in recent years, in part because of the popularity of the “Fifty Shades of Grey” novels and films.
However, some of Schneiderman’s critics noted that “Fifty Shades” hero Christian Grey meticulously negotiates a contract with Anastasia Steele before she agrees to submit to his demands.
The Schneiderman story was the topic of conversation on various online communities on social media and blogs devoted to the subculture of BDSM.
From the accounts of the women in the New Yorker article, it doesn’t seem like kinky Eric was asking for consent but you be the judge according to these excerpts from the story that brought down a key player in Operation Get Trump:
About four weeks after they became physically involved, she says, Schneiderman grew violent. One night, they were in the bedroom of his Upper West Side apartment, still clothed but getting ready for bed, and lightly baiting each other. As she recalls it, he called her “a whore,” and she talked back. They had both been drinking, and her recollection of their conversation is blurry, but what happened next remains vivid. Schneiderman, she says, backed her up to the edge of his bed. “All of a sudden, he just slapped me, open-handed and with great force, across the face, landing the blow directly onto my ear,” Manning Barish says. “It was horrendous. It just came out of nowhere. My ear was ringing. I lost my balance and fell backward onto the bed. I sprang up, but at this point there was very little room between the bed and him. I got up to try to shove him back, or take a swing, and he pushed me back down. He then used his body weight to hold me down, and he began to choke me. The choking was very hard. It was really bad. I kicked. In every fibre, I felt I was being beaten by a man.”
The lawyer and Schneiderman began making out, but he said things that repelled her. He told the woman, a divorced mother, that professional women with big jobs and children had so many decisions to make that, when it came to sex, they secretly wanted men to take charge. She recalls him saying, “Yeah, you act a certain way and look a certain way, but I know that at heart you are a dirty little slut. You want to be my whore.” He became more sexually aggressive, but she was repulsed by his talk, and pulled away from him. She says that “suddenly—at least, in my mind’s eye—he drew back, and there was a moment where I was, like, ‘What’s happening?’ ” Then, she recalls, “He slapped me across the face hard, twice,” adding, “I was stunned.”
Schneiderman hit her so hard, she says, that the blow left a red handprint. “What the fuck did you just do?” she screamed, and started to sob. “I couldn’t believe it,” she recalls. “For a split second, I was scared.” She notes that, in all her years of dating, she has never been in a situation like the one with Schneiderman. “He just really smacked me,” she says.
When Schneiderman was violent, he often made sexual demands. “He was obsessed with having a threesome, and said it was my job to find a woman,” she says. “He said he’d have nothing to look forward to if I didn’t, and would hit me until I agreed.” (She had no intention of having a threesome.) She recalls, “Sometimes, he’d tell me to call him Master, and he’d slap me until I did.” Selvaratnam, who was born in Sri Lanka, has dark skin, and she recalls that “he started calling me his ‘brown slave’ and demanding that I repeat that I was ‘his property.’ ”
The abuse escalated. Schneiderman not only slapped her across the face, often four or five times, back and forth, with his open hand; he also spat at her and choked her. “He was cutting off my ability to breathe,” she says. Eventually, she says, “we could rarely have sex without him beating me.” In her view, Schneiderman “is a misogynist and a sexual sadist.” She says that she often asked him to stop hurting her, and tried to push him away.
One of the targets of the Schneiderman-Robert Mueller legal tag team couldn’t resist needling the fallen Democrat:
Hey Eric, it’s not “role play” if only one of you is in on it.
— Donald Trump Jr. (@DonaldJTrumpJr) May 8, 2018
See, even perverts like BDSM freaks have some standards.