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Biden Puttin’ On The Dog

Celebrate diversity! Biden hires as nuke waste deputy a freak LGBT activist who sodomizes men pretending to be dogs
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Sam Brinton is an MIT graduate who is both a queer activist and a specialist in handling nuclear waste.  And he is the Biden Administration’s latest hire at the Department of Energy as the Spent Fuel and Waste Disposition Deputy. 

What a colorful life Deputy Brinton has. He is a “pup handler” — that is, a gay man who leads other gay men who pretend to be dogs. What’s that all about? Let this profile in Metro Weekly fill you in. Excerpts:

IN THE PUP COMMUNITY, handlers function the same way dog owners do, keeping a watchful eye on their charge and reining in the pups if needed. It’s the handlers who train the pups and teach them discipline, doling out rewards or punishments based on good or bad behavior.

“Think of any bio-dog,” [Pup] Gryphn says. “You can train them. It’s this ‘go do this’ reward system, just like a bio-dog. So let’s say you’re playing fetch, you throw the ball, the pup picks it up, brings it back, and drops it at your feet. You’re going to reward him, whether it’s petting him or anything like that.

“Or, let’s go to an extreme,” he continues. “Let’s say you’re doing pup play around the house and the pup decides to pee on the floor. Obviously the pup is going to be punished for that. Typically, when we’re being humans, it’s ‘Why would you correct me in front of so-and-so? That’s wrong, don’t do that. Don’t speak for the next five minutes,’ something like that.”

Just like the pups they are tasked with watching over, some handlers need to enter their own headspace when engaging in puppy play.

“My headspace is equivalent to the mom who sees her kid in danger, or the dad who wants to teach his son how to play football,” says Nubi’s 27-year-old handler, Sam [Brinton]. “It’s the concept of the teacher and nurturer…. My job is to make sure that while he’s in headspace, I’m keeping him safe.”

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Others have polyamorous or open relationships in their personal lives that allow them to have a kink partner who is separate from their real life spouse or partner. Depending on the spouse, they may either shun pup or other fetish scenes entirely, or slowly be brought into the fold after becoming more comfortable with their significant other’s bedroom preferences.

“One of my friends was married to his husband, and had a sir outside of their relationship,” says Gryphn. “That sir eventually decided that ‘My collar would be best served by your husband,’ so now his husband has become his sir.”

An alternative arrangement works best for Sam and Pup Nubi.

“Pup and I have what I feel is one of the most ideally perfect connections between our personal and kink life,” Sam says. “Both of us have other partners, so we come into this space, and then we come out of it, knowing the boundaries of where your kink and non-kink relationships begin and end.”

Of course, even among partners, two individuals will approach sex from different perspectives. Sam needs to mentally distance his sexual activity from the pup scene, but for Nubi, it’s easier to stay in character.

“I actually have trouble when we transition from pup play to having sex,” Sam explains. “Like, ‘No, I can’t have you whimper like that when we’re having sex,’ because I don’t want to mix that world. It’s interesting, because he doesn’t have to come out of pup mode to have me f*ck him. I personally have to bring him out of pup perception for me. But then I’m still treating him as a submissive to me.”

“I get self-conscious very easily,” says Nubi. “So being in pup headspace in the bedroom keeps me very focused on exactly what’s in front of me, so it sort of serves a function in that respect.”

The Biden Administration’s newest nuclear waste deputy would like the world to know that back then, his boyfriend could still pretend to be a dog when he sodomized the lad. Can you believe that some people think that’s weird? More:

“One of the hardest things about being a handler is that I’ve honestly had people ask, ‘Wait, you have sex with animals?’” Sam says. “They believe it’s abusive, that it’s taking advantage of someone who may not be acting up to a level of human responsibility…. The other misperception is that I have some really messed up background, like, did I have some horrible childhood trauma that made me like to have sex with animals.”

Other outsiders may not have a sense of personal space, believing they can touch or grab the puppies as they wish.

“I have three separate tails. I have my show tail, which attaches to my belt, and I have two other tails, which are insertables,” Gryphn says. “This is something I feel very strongly about. I have been in the center of a bar, elbow-to-elbow, and someone has grabbed my tail — and it was my show tail — and yanked on it. I stopped everything I was doing in mid-sentence, turned around, and educated the person about it.

Read it all. 

It’s important to note that Sam Brinton has not been outed here. For years he has been up front about his kinks, for which he has advocated, in part as head of governmental relations for The Trevor Project. Here he is instructing people about the importance of pronoun usage:

He has worked his way up through the progressive establishment. This is what it means to have Democratic Party governance now: a freak show. None of those people recognize it as a freak show. Appointing to the federal government’s nuclear management agency a weirdo who puts his wing-wang up the rear end of men who pretend to be dogs, and brags about it to the media, is just another day of celebrating Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion™.

But yes, by all means, let’s us Americans lecture the rest of the world on how backwards they are. Not like us in Weimar America. I suppose America has always had its freaks, including its sexual freaks, but in our progressive paradise, they now they get to run the government.

UPDATE: Someone asks in the comments section if I’m not just guilty of pointing and sneering, “Look at the freak!” Several others want to know what the public sexual life and proclivities of this Brinton person have to do with whether or not he can do the DOE job (I noted in the first sentence of the post above that he holds a degree from MIT; this cat isn’t an Oberlin gender studies grad, for sure). Here is the answer to those and related queries. But first, a little more about Sam Brinton.

Here’s something from a favorable 2017 college newspaper account of a talk he gave on the Rensselaer Polytechnic campus. It shows how activists like him work: they disarm normies by making them sympathetic (“shedding tears, not blood” is how I frame it), and then evangelize for perversion. Read on:

This past Monday, I went straight from my Data Structures test to an open discussion in the Center for Biotechnology and Interdisciplinary Studies with political activist and nuclear policy expert Sam Brinton. I walked in around 8 pm and immediately saw Brinton. He was wearing all black, except for his red, glittery heels, and the words “Ropes, Whips, & Kinks, Oh My!!” were projected onto the wall behind him.

He began by addressing the description for the event that we had all seen online. I went in expecting a talk about his political experiences working to end conversion therapy, sexuality, and the LGBTQ community, mostly because that is what the description told me. Brinton dispelled this, describing the event as “modern sex-ed” and “an exploration of kink.” He began by giving us the history of kink and sex education, including the Kama Sutra, the making of taboo by Richard von Krafft-Ebing and Sigmund Freud, the “Leather Era,” and the rise of the term BDSM. Brinton stressed the importance of consent and communication, along with its contribution to healthy relationships and its ability to lower psychological stress during sex. The video Tea Consent by Blue Seat Studios was recommended to anyone with questions about the subject.

On the subject of kinks directly, Brinton explained the difference between headspace and physical types of play. Headspace involves the use of a mental state, and includes kinks like adult babies and diaper lovers, primal play, humiliation, degradation, and pup play. Physical play, on the other hand, involves the use of toys and objects to set the scene. This includes the more widely known kinks, including bondage, impact play, flogging, and temperature play.

After the presentation aspect of the talk ended, we moved onto a question session. Throughout the entire talk, Brinton was open about his experiences, the kinks he partakes in, and the nature of his relationships. He left us with countless anecdotes, like how he enjoys tying up his significant other like a table, and eating his dinner on him while he watches Star Trek. Upon being asked about how long he knew he was into kink, he explained that it wasn’t necessarily from birth, but that his kinks manifested in nonsexual ways. Once he started having sex, he got bored with the idea that he couldn’t control the whole experience, which led him to the idea of domination. He also expanded on his experiences with pup play, the differences between kinks and fetishes, and how to safely choke one’s partner.

We then moved onto demonstrations. Brinton taught us about bondage, starting with wrist restraints and ending with harnesses. He took volunteers that he used to demonstrate the rope tying techniques, and others to demonstrate them on himself. I got to leave the room saying that I tied Brinton, the nuclear advisor to Donald Trump, into a harness and that I now know the basics of bondage. He also passed out ropes to the audience and encouraged us to practice on each other.

When the demonstrations ended, he invited us to come play with his toys or talk to him more. The entire audience went up to the stage, and Brinton graciously explained the purpose and proper usage of each toy. He even demonstrated the use of a carbon fiber rod on those who were interested, and the marks he left on my arm lasted for a few days. He told us more stories, some about working in Washington, D.C., the few times he helped Michelle Obama pick out shoes, his efforts to end conversion therapy, and his experiences as a dominatrix.

I enjoyed every second of the event. It was informative on a subject that is often viewed as taboo, and I felt comfortable and safe the entire time. Brinton filled in the gaps of my Google searches and mediocre sex education in high school in the best way possible. He has given these kinds of talks at Rensselaer in the past, and I hope they continue into the future.

If you dig around online, you can see that there are people who seriously question Brinton’s account of having been subject to savage conversion therapy by his Southern Baptist parents. I’m not going to link to them here, because I don’t want to go down the rabbit hole of trying to figure out where the truth lies. But I saw enough to say that I wouldn’t trust this drama queen’s account as far as I could throw him. Him telling the college students above that he was an adviser to Donald Trump, and that he went shoe shopping with Michelle Obama — I believe they are lies.

He also openly says, on his website, that he uses his nuclear background to gain access to senior corridors of power, to influence leaders to accept the full panoply of sexual deviance:

You might believe that Brinton’s capacity to do the DOE job has nothing to do with his kink activism, but he doesn’t share your belief. He believes that it is good and right to gain access to senior levels of government, and use that access for advocacy. Anybody inside DOE who has to work with this guy now should be on notice that he is going to be watching them for signs that they don’t affirm him in every way — and he will make trouble for them. Guaranteed.

We live in a culture in which Brinton is not seen as a failure, but as a success. He rode to fame by denouncing the conversion therapy he alleges that his parents forced him into. It’s a story that’s too good to check, I guess, but maybe it’s true. Assuming that it is true, and what he endured was exactly as bad as he said, then that atrocity in no way justifies his perversion today, or his advocacy for perversion. But Brinton understands well our therapeutic culture, and how confronting elites and young audiences with tales of troglodytic religious conservatives behaving badly serves as a Medusa that paralyzes moral judgment.

Here in Weimar America, we long ago left behind the labeling of any behavior as perversion, or any judgment or shame on sexual matters. What do you think “Pride” is about, anyway? Most normies think that it’s about helping the fellow normie gay man or lesbian co-worker or neighbor live without harassment — something that many conservatives (like me) would support. But that is the camel’s nose under the tent. In 1993, I was living in Washington and covered the big, million-person gay march on the Mall . There were a lot of normie gay folks there. But I was shocked to see so many people just like Sam Brinton, who probably was just a toddler then. This world had been invisible to me. I saw lots of BDSM men (masters and slaves). I saw a group of “faeries,” including one man who had a tree limb inserted in his anus and fastened to his torso, dragging it around like the train of a wedding dress. I was sure that once these images made it onto TV, it would set back the LGBT rights movement.

But they never made it onto TV. The images of the march that the national media showed were carefully curated to eliminate all the non-bourgeois people. The media understood well what had been obvious to me on the Mall that day: that if the American people had an accurate image of the crowd that day, they would have been horrified. Around the same time, I recall that Jerry Falwell, I believe it was, was under fire for broadcasting on his show, without commentary, clips from a DC Gay Pride Parade, featuring floats filled with people like Sam Brinton. Falwell was assailed as a bigot, simply for showing images of the actually existing Pride parade.

Thirty years later, the pervs that LGBT leaders and media allies feared would set back the movement if people saw them are now hailed as symbols of liberation, and welcomed into government.

See, this is why we are probably going to lose the struggle over transgender normalization. Where is the cultural energy to push back against it? Today it’s transgenderism. What will it be tomorrow? Sam Brinton gives you a clue.

I suspect the B — bisexuality — is doing a lot of work there, but you can see in the dramatic differences between Generation X and subsequent generations the effect of the post-1993 cultural campaigns. There is simply no place left in elite culture for any kind of stigmatization of sexual aberrance, except (for now) with pederasty, and bestiality (but then again, Sam Brinton and his pup players are working their way around to that, explicitly).

You think this is just a liberal thing? You’re wrong — it’s an elite thing. Remember the case of Thomas Donnelly, now Giselle Donnelly? Back in 2018, Donnelly, a longtime neocon foreign policy hawk based at the American Enterprise Institute, came out as a transgendered woman. He had divorced his wife, and fell into a relationship with a dominatrix who became his second wife — and led his transition to “Giselle”. I wrote about it in 2018, noting that Donnelly’s coming-out was celebrated with a sympathetic profile in the Washington Post. Excerpt from my post:

This paragraph of the profile jumped out at me. It’s about how Donnelly, having divorced his first wife, met the woman who is now his (her, whatever) second wife: Beth Taylor, a Navy veteran who runs a studio in DC that helps men transition to presenting themselves as female:

Giselle and Beth shared a love of national security, wine, gender fluidity and BDSM. They soon began dating, and last year they were married. Those close to them who missed this time in their lives will soon be able to see it up close and personal. For about two and a half years, a film crew followed them and documented their relationship, along with Giselle’s gender journey.

National security, wine, gender fluidity, and sadomasochism. American as apple pie.

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AEI President Arthur Brooks and Vice President for Foreign Policy Danielle Pletka told me their decision to support Giselle was a simple one, since she’s the same person dedicated to the same principles that made her a good fit for the institution all this time. “We are proud that she is part of the AEI family,” they told me.

You cannot get more Establishment Conservative Washington than Arthur Brooks and Danielle Pletka. They are in the Inner Ring. And they ratify Thomas Donnelly having become Giselle Donnelly. You may think this is a wonderful thing, or you may think this is a terrible thing, or you may not know what to think at all. But you must recognize that this event happening at one of the top right-wing institutions in Washington is a very big thing indeed.

Let me explain a little bit more. A regular liberal commenter points out that Donnelly’s strengths as a national security analyst don’t depend on whether or not s/he is transgender or a sadomasochist. Donnelly was interested in gender fluidity and BDSM before transitioning, after all.

Of course that’s true — but beside the point. Only a tiny number of people will ever know who Donnelly is, or care about Donnelly’s work. There were no doubt people within conservative Washington institutions who were interested in gender fluidity and sadomasochism long before Donnelly went public. The point is that the Donnelly transition, and the way it’s being rolled out to the public, is enormously symbolic, and represents a meaningful shift in the Overton Window — that is, what is permissible to talk about and think about.

For one, ours is now a culture in which a predilection for kinky sex is no longer something that one keeps private, out of a sense of shame, or because one feared the judgment of others, but now just a quirky part of one’s identity. This is what happens when the masses read Fifty Shades Of Grey (125 million copies sold) and begin to think of kink as normative. Again, you might think this is a good thing or a bad thing, but the point is, it’s a major cultural shift.

For another, as I say in the headline, the Giselle Donnelly phenomenon represents the institutionalization of the transgender revolution. Think of it: a 65 year old man who has spent his life as a national security hawk working among conservative elites, as a fixture in one of the two most powerful right-of-center think tanks in Washington, now says he’s a woman, and presents himself as such. Those same elites — represented by Brooks and Pletka — embrace his transition uncritically. This signals to the rest of official conservative Washington that this is not only okay, but expected of them. If you are a social or religious conservative who objects to what kinkster hawk Donnelly has done, you are now officially at odds with the leadership of the conservative Inner Ring. You will find yourself marginalized — not openly, not at first, but it’s going to happen, and happen faster than you think.

It is going to be quite interesting to see how official conservative Washington responds to the Sam Brinton hire. I bet response is muted to positive. Why? Because though what Brinton represents is being championed by liberals, and he is a progressive hero, objecting publicly to people like Brinton and what they represent is something that is no longer done in elite circles, even among conservative elites. By the time the Boomers and the Xers die out, there will be no one left to object.

Meanwhile, as I’ve said, this is radically changing our society. Read the Rensselaer Polytechnic story: the young are being taught, and accepting the teaching, that perverts like Sam Brinton are liberating and sympathetic figures, figures that incarnate possible futures for themselves. Is this what you want for your children? Because we are all going to get it.

We need to all realize — and I’m talking to myself here too — that classical liberalism is not going to save us from this decadence. I have long resisted the implications of this conclusion, because I really do want to live in a world of relative tolerance. I am not as confident as others that this is the natural end point of liberalism, because we lived within classical liberalism for centuries without this kind of thing. What is becoming clear to me is that this is what classical liberalism is when separated from Christian faith, or at least from a metaphysical/religious structure that sets boundaries within the classical liberal framework. This is what the Founding Father John Adams meant when he said:

“We have no government armed with power capable of contending with human passions unbridled by morality and religion. Avarice, ambition, revenge or gallantry would break the strongest cords of our Constitution as a whale goes through a net. Our Constitution is designed only for a moral and religious people. It is wholly inadequate for any other.”

And here we are today: post-Christian, and plunging into decadence because we have unbridled our basest passions. If Sam Brinton kept his base passions hidden, that would be one thing. But he parades them, has built a lucrative public profile and career on them, and openly exploits them for cultural and political hegemony. When Brinton was in short pants, his predecessors in the movement appealed to liberal values of tolerance and individual dignity to open the doors to people like him. Now that they are in command of the culture, there will be no more liberal tolerance, only compelled affirmation of the kind of deviance that was unimaginable a generation ago to most people.

There is a spiritual component to this, of course. I will write more about it in a subsequent post, but let me remind you of something I posted here last year. A couple of years ago, a young man began coming to our church in Baton Rouge. He later left town, and I don’t know what happened to him, but in his short time with us, I learned a lot from him. He was in his mid-twenties, and had left a sex cult that followed the teachings of occultist Aleister Crowley. He told me he had been molested by a babysitter as a child, and the trauma of that experience forced him to leave the cult when he realized that in order to advance in it, you had to be willing to perform acts of increasing sexual perversion, including molestation. Crowley believed in what he called “sex magick,” which meant that through a systematic violation of every sexual taboo, the practitioner asserted the primacy of his own individual will, over and against Christianity and the Biblical order. I won’t link here to the kinds of things the Crowley cult does, but it’s not hard to find.

The young man told me how, once he exited the cult, he could see that the world Crowley (d. 1947) envisioned in his writings had largely come into being. It was a world in which individuals were “liberated” from sexual taboo, and believed that they discovered their true selves through assertion of the will via sex acts, especially ones that Christian culture perceives as disordered or otherwise perverted. The young man told me that Crowley is not known to most Americans, but his principles of sex magick are now completely mainstream, thanks mostly to the entertainment industry.

After that conversation, I did some research into Crowley and his teachings. I don’t recommend it unless you have a strong stomach, but the young man was absolutely right. Sam Brinton may not have any idea who Aleister Crowley is, but he is an avatar of Crowleyism, and of mainstreaming Crowley thought and practice. I advise you, reader, to wake up.

UPDATE.2: A reader points to a notorious case where “pup play” culture resulted in the death of a submissive man who was allegedly ordered by his master to inject silicone into his testicles to make them massive. The silicone got into his lungs, and he died. Read the investigative piece, and marvel over how twisted this subculture is. This is the kind of thing that Sam Brinton fronts for.

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