Sex, Drugs, and Cocoa Puffs: A Low Culture Manifesto - '6: Ten Seconds to Love, 0:71' and '7: George Will vs. Nick Hornby, 0:86' Summary & Analysis

Chuck Klosterman
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'6: Ten Seconds to Love, 0:71' and '7: George Will vs. Nick Hornby, 0:86' Summary and Analysis

In chapter six, Klosterman analyzes the concept of societal desire by examining the Pamela Anderson/Tommy Lee sex tape. Klosterman admits that he doesn't find the tape erotic, but does see its importance as a symbol of what his generation desires. He compares Anderson to Marlyn Monroe, and notes the two are similar in that both represent the ideal woman of their times. However, he also notes many seem to hate Anderson, either because of her plastic nature, or because she represents a false female not many can attain. Klosterman bashes "The Man Show" for convincing females and others that Neanderthal men are the norm, because he himself likes Anderson, but not for her breasts...

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