The very soul of the beautiful game is that it's all about what you do - not what you look like.And when it comes to female football then why not celebrate its de-sexed nature?
After all, it was the perceived "masculinity" of football that caused feminist physicians to ban it in England 1921 (see below).
Today's penalty against Italy was clearly wrongly given but that was because of a biased referee/VAR team - not the players.
Peter Klevius wrote:
Tuesday, December 4, 2018
Congratulations to Ada Hegerberg and Luca Modric - and the unchallenged Queen of all* sports
* even people without functioning legs/feet can adapt to the challenges of football via handicap equipment etc.
Why is it that Klevius, the world's only true sexpert according to Google (sad isn't it), is the only one talking about what should be the very core of any heterosexual* sex education?
* Heterosexual sex education?! Indeed, because that's what it's all about. All other forms of sex/sexuality are irrelevant from a sex/gender perspective.
Ada Hegerberg (177cm) and Luca Modric (172cm) got the Ballon d'Or 2018. The Queen of all sports fits all sizes and sexes. Moreover, football for girls/women is a true human refuge away from heterosexual attraction/sex segregation - what a pity then that the award ceremony brings it in again.
A Google News search on 'ballon d'or' produces the female winner only once, and only in the second place, and most importantly, only in regard of her sex - not football.
A Google search on 'heterosexual attraction' produces no result on the first pages at all, despite the fact that Klevius has contaminated the web with this the most important yet grossly neglected sociological concept - a concept that is equally unchallengedable as an other of Klevius corner stones, the negative Human Rights. To understand heterosexual attraction please read some of Klevius sex tutorials.
Tuesday, November 13, 2018
Peter Klevius congratulates Nilla Fischer for winning the 2018 Diamond Ball award in Sweden
Football (no dude, not American handball) is the Queen of all sports.
No, dear reader, this image isn't here to emphasize something so stupid as "sexual identity". What is it? Klevius doesn't have a clue about his "sexual identity" and certainly doesn't miss it. And why even care about it? According to the anti-sexist, anti-racist and anti-fascist Universal Human Rights declaration of 1948 sex shouldn't matter. And isn't it stupid to connect football with private life etc.? The only reason Klevius assembled this image was to emphasize that because football is the trickiest and most multifaceted sport there is, women's participation has been more questioned than in most other sports. 100 years ago in Sweden when women in Gothenburg wanted to start playing football they were "advised" to play handball instead. This aversion against female football has led to much prejudice bolstered by cultural sex segregation. For Klevius the image represents that deep love for football (or seduction as Klevius prefers it) doesn't exclude deep love for other humans. But perhaps most importantly, in Klevius research and interviews in depth it has become extremely clear that football provides precisely that liminal non-sex segregated space that is lacking elsewhere. And although Klevius might be described as extremely heterosexual, when watching females playing football it's precisely the de-sexed character of the sport that is most rewarding. In football women become humans.
Human Rights rather than sex segregated religion - drawing from 1979 by Peter Klevius.
Klevius also wants to remind you dear reader about these facts:
1 Women's football was (in practice) forbidden in 1921 in England by English FA because a female physician from Harley Street, London, witnessed as an expert that football wasn't appropriate for girls/women. This, btw, was the reason why Klevius bothered himself to write a PhD thesis about women's football history in England and Sweden. There's a deep connection - and you can read about it soon when it's out in book format.
2 In Sweden socialist women (Grupp 8) vehemently opposed female football in the 1960s and 70s.