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Tuesday, March 9, 2010

Conservative Blogger Jim Hoft Outraged with Blow Job Article in Wash U. Student Paper

Posted By on Tue, Mar 9, 2010 at 11:28 AM

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Conservative blogger extraordinaire Jim Hoft, host of Gateway Pundit, recently weighed in on an article in the Washington University Student Life, entitled "How to give a textbook blow job."

The story appeared in a special Valentine's Day Sex Issue of the paper, though Hoft didn't mention that when he launched into a rant denouncing the Student Life as a "liberal rag" and admonishing the school's $39,000 tuition -- part of which presumably goes towards fellatio education.

But did Hoft actually enjoy the blow job lesson?

One gets that impression from looking at his post, which has generated more than 100 comments from his outraged (read: "sexually repressed") readers.

Hoft quotes extensively from the Student Life article including sharing such pointers as "keep your left hand on the shaft in rhythm with your mouth" and the suggestion that a "swirling of your tongue over the head" can really "build an orgasm."

Sadly for Hoft's readers, many who align themselves with the Tea Party, the blogger left out a tip that would really strike a chord. Step 4 in the article:
Don't neglect the balls! I don't mean any "teabagging" or anything necessarily but maybe some gentle cupping. It depends on the guy, of course, and how much he trusts you. Handle when confident and handle with care.
Our guess here at Daily RFT is what really earned Hoft's ire is that the Student Life article on fellatio explicitly discouraged rough play. And how else would a blow hard like Hoft like his blow jobs?

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