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Arguments for Tsnius No. 614: JILFs and Bad Sex

Jewish women are so hot that everyone wants to gaze at them and more. If you don’t know what a MILF is, I’m not telling you what a JILF is, except that the J stands for Jewesses, but this is what Details magazine reported:

In a recent poll on the porn blog Fleshbot, “Jewish girls” ranked second among kinks (the winner: “freckles”). Jewesses aren’t just the rage in the triple-X realm, either: They’re seducing goyim on Mad Men and Glee and giving movie geeks conniptions over reports of JILF-on-JILF action between Natalie Portman and Mila Kunis in Darren Aronofsky’s upcoming “Black Swan.”

And yes, coming second to “freckles” does throw the hardcore reputation of Fleshbot into some doubt, but nevertheless there are apparently significantly high numbers of responders to a porn blog survey who want to be on the record that their kink is Jews.

Caused, no doubt by this, Jewish men are lured into “redundant passages of sexual description.” At least three of the ten nominees for the Bad Sex Award are Jewish and I’m not going to run a sad ethnic rule over the others to see if I can find a heeb in the family tree. Let’s just let Philip Roth, Jonathan Littell and Amos Oz fly the blue flag for us on this one.

Hat tip to Benjamin Ivry, shame on him. And to Dan Sieradski, shame on him, too.

Watch Mila Kunis wonder why she was at Comic-Con last year.

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