Actor Tom Hanks has this super-benign public image, but he may not be what he appears.
While in Australia, Hanks and his wife Rita Wilson were among some of the first to get COVID-19.
In a recent appearance on the CBS “Late Show” with Stephen Colbert, Hanks said he and Rita experienced very different COVID-19 symptoms (which is yet another oddity of this demon coronavirus):
“I had bones that felt like they were made of soda crackers. Every time I moved around I felt like something was cracking inside me. You ever had a really sore butt? It felt like your older brother had held you down and just kept fisting you in the buttocks until you said something like, I love Flipper! My butt was so sore.”
Fisting is an utterly depraved sexual activity — the insertion of a hand or fist into another’s vagina or rectum. From Wikipedia:
Fisting’s emergence as a popular sexual practice is commonly attributed to gay male culture…. The most famous fisting club in the world was the Catacombs, located in San Francisco, which operated during the 1970s and 1980s. The Handball Express was another such club. Crisco was commonly used as a lubricant, before more specialized personal lubricants became available.
In the 1980s, it was assumed that unprotected fisting—which often produces small injuries to the anus, permitting microorganisms access to the blood—was an easy route for transmission of HIV…. Fisting gradually returned as a sexual practice over the next 30 years.
Below is the horrifying fisting scene from the 1980 movie Cruising.
Now, why would Tom Hanks think fisting is funny?
Why would he even think of fisting in the first place?
If you search for “fisting” on YouTube, on the first page of results are numerous videos by women touting and giving instruction for fisting. This is how deeply perversities of the “gay” culture has penetrated (no pun intended) our society.
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