A Politician With A Reasonable Perspective On Sex? Mind. Blown.

by Calico Rudasill, Sssh.com Porn For Women

There’s nothing particularly unusual about sex finding its way into an article about a politician. One probable reason for it being a common occurrence is even people who find politics dreadfully boring will still click through to an article about a politician if it promises to reveal titillating, scandalous details about an ill-conceived affair, alleged sexual blackmail, or some pathetic asshole who can’t stop ‘accidentally’ sending pictures of his dick to people.

What is unusual is to read about a politician engaging in, say, group sex because the politician himself has proactively told everyone he has engaged in group sex. And he’s done it before ever appearing on a ballot, to boot.

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Even Transparency Advocates Probably Don’t Envision This Much

funny sex scandalEven at a time in which we often hear calls for greater governmental transparency, I think it’s safe to say most transparency advocates wouldn’t expect anyone seeking office to spill their guts on the web to quite the extent Arizona gubernatorial candidate Noah Dyer does on his website’s Scandal and Controversy page.

Imagine, for example, the absolute political freakout there would have been if Bill Clinton had ever issued a statement like the following:

“Noah has had both deep and casual sexual experiences with all kinds of women. He is an advocate of open relationships. He’s had group sex and sex with married women. He has sent and received intimate texts and pictures, and occasionally recorded video during sex. Noah has always been forthright with his partners. All of his relationships have been legal and consensual, never coercive, or abusive, and he condemns such behavior. Noah is unapologetic about his sexual choices, and wishes others the same safety and confidence as they express themselves.”

Well, hot damn – that’s one hell of a mouthful.

This Statement Is Political Death. Or Is It?

Dyer has got to be crazy to issue this sort of statement, right? Before you answer that question, consider his thinking in doing so, and ask yourself whether he might be on to something here. In an interview with the Huffington Post, Dyer explained his rationale for being so open about his sex life (among other things; his entire Scandal and Controversy page is as forthright a set of admissions as I’ve ever seen from a politician.)

“Most political scandals aren’t just sex,” Dyer observed, “there’s some kind of illegal or otherwise troublesome activity taking place. I haven’t done anything like that. But, I’ve always been open. Nobody would have to do deep opposition research to find this stuff. It’s all there on the internet. I didn’t want somebody to expose it as though I was embarrassed about any of it or as though they had to dig it up. So, I figured consolidating it into a single handy-dandy reference was better than leaving it to the internet and journalists and my opposition or whomever else to put it all together.”

This guy isn’t just being open; he’s being smart.

One of the first things I was taught about public relations and PR damage control is it’s always better to get out in front of a story – or, as my primary PR mentor likes to put it, “Generally speaking, it’s always better to be the one who pulls the pin on the hand grenade.”

This is not to say there won’t be some voters who recoil at Dyer’s admissions, but you know what? By getting out ahead of this stuff now, he takes the political sting out of it well before any of his prospective constituents step into a polling station.

Arizona’s next gubernatorial election doesn’t happen until November 2018. Should Dyer make it deep into the process (and I have no idea if he will), any opponent who tries to make hay out of Dyer’s sex life will be digging up old news – and it’s not even really news, because by that point, we will have already heard it from the man himself, almost two years prior. I can’t say for certain, of course, but I suspect the lion’s share of people inclined to vote for Dyer in the first place would respond by shrugging and saying “So what?”

It’s too soon for me to even say whether I’ll be voting for Dyer, much less whether he could win a primary or general election. But if the statements on his website are any indication of what he’d be like as a public servant, he may turn out to be the first politician I’ve enthusiastically voted for in years, as opposed to holding my nose and thinking Oh well…. At least he’s not an orange, thin-skinned conspiracy theorist.

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