China Is Not the Place For Your Next Orgy

53 year old Chinese university professor Ma Yaohai was recently arrested during a crackdown on orgies conducted by the Chinese government. Prior stories have indicated that the Chinese government viewed Google as a threat, and now apparently it appears that Crisco parties also are being taken as a challenge to China’s iron-fisted regime. Professor Yaohai faces up to five years in a Chinese prison for “group licentiousness”. Of course, these orgies were organized using the Internet, and Yaohai appears to have been the main ringleader under the guise of his online moniker “bighornyfire”. Now, one would imagine that the Chinese regime would prefer its citizens to use the Internet in order to pursue evenings filled with random fucking and sucking — as opposed to using it to organize protests and Free Tibet rallies.

However, the prudish nature of Chinese society dictates that both political dissent as well as group sex facilitating websites should be quashed. Despite this recent crackdown, it appears that Chinese tolerance of sexuality and hooking up has grown over the past two decades. Just a generation ago, even holding hands in public was highly frowned upon. The Internet has served to propel Chinese social norms more into the modern era — however it has not gotten to acceptance of Internet orgy rings in time to save Professor Yaohai. As a small consolation to him, polls have shown that the Chinese populace feels the prison term he faces is too severe — although the majority still feels what he did was wrong.

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