He's transfixed by her "tight miniskirt and kneehigh Italian boots" He quotes approvingly one anonymous former member of SDS as remembering, "Every guy I knew at Columbia, every single one, wanted to f--k her" He is well pleased to recycle David Horowitz and Peter Collier's Rolling Stone article of more than 30 years ago quoting Mark Rudd as having once remarked that "Power doesn't flow out of the barrel of a gun, power flows out of Bernadine's c--t" The salaciousness
Over the last couple of decades, we've all seen trivialization of news, a drift toward celebrity, scandal and salaciousness
Complementing these cases is the running discourse connecting Jews and salaciousness
, which thrives among both anti-Semites and philo-Semites (among them James Joyce and Henry Miller).
Yet the image reads as almost gleeful in its salaciousness
16) The periodicals they have advocated are, however, open to the same criticism of triviality, invidiousness, and even, at times, salaciousness
as the tabloids they pillory.
When the production came to Cardiff a few years back, there were ructions from some quarters who couldn't quite see past the surface salaciousness
to the challenging piece of work that it purported to be.
MacCarthy reveals considerably more, but implicit is her belief that quotations and facts should speak for themselves; the result is an absence of salaciousness
or vulgar sensationalism.
While the theory that both salaciousness
and frigidity equated to moral insanity seems paradoxical, the commonality is that, in a particular circumstance, the behaviour deviated from and defied masculine desire.
I would add that salaciousness
is also in the eye of the beholder.
Too many of us have winked in amusement at the salaciousness
without considering the larger corruption of journalism and politics promulgated by Murdoch Culture on both sides
of the Atlantic.
Before the old men can pursue their salaciousness
any further, Melanie, Wooten's widow, interrupts them.
Then, of course, there's the Fourth Estate, the gentleman of Her Majesty's media, for whom the combination of salaciousness
and moral outrage represents the perfect readall-about-it storm.