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Indeed, if “Sell/Buy/Date” has a flaw, it is perhaps that the show is almost too entertaining, too slight, for the harsh subject underlying it. “You’ll remember from the reading, what were male ‘sluts’ called?
Very good, they were called ‘men.’”We meet a frat-dude type at his bachelor party at a strip club who claims to respect women (“I’m marrying a woman”), but easily classifies them into categories — the ones you marry and the ones, well, you don’t.
According to court filings, Mack directly or implicitly required her slaves, including Jane Does 1 and 2, as identified in the Indictment, to engage in sexual activity with Raniere.
In exchange for this, Mack received financial and other benefits from Raniere.
As detailed in court filings, in 2015, Raniere created a secret society within Nxivm called “DOS,” an acronym that stands for a Latin phrase that loosely translates to “Lord/Master of the Obedient Female Companions,” or “The Vow.” DOS operated with levels of women “slaves” headed by “masters.” Slaves were expected to recruit slaves of their own (thus becoming masters themselves), who in turn owed service not only to their own masters but also to masters above them in the DOS pyramid. Mack and other DOS masters recruited DOS slaves by telling them that they were joining a women-only organization that would empower them and eradicate purported weaknesses that the Nxivm curriculum taught were common in women.
And she links the spread of celebrity culture to the commodification of sex, at one point featuring a stand-up comic appearing at an awards ceremony for television programs such as “Pimp My Bride” — a game show in which “formerly prostituted women competed to be a pimp’s favorite.”At such points the show slips almost into satire — or at least hyperbole. Campbell’s real identity, which involves her switching somehow to a private channel to take calls from the dean, and from her mother, seems a trifle contrived. Jones’s talent for bringing alive voices of such piercing specificity helped me overlook the main problem that I had with the show.
According to prosecutors, Mack is credited in publicly available materials with co-creating a program called The Source, which recruited actors. Nxivm maintains features of a pyramid scheme, as its courses cost thousands of dollars each and participants (“Nxians”) are encouraged to pay for additional classes and to recruit others to take classes in order to rise within the ranks of Nxivm.
Read details from DOJ about the case below, but be warned: Some of it is graphic. Investigators believe Mack and other DOS masters recruited slaves by telling them that they were joining a women-only organization that would empower them and “eradicate purported weaknesses that the Nxivm curriculum taught were common in women.” The U. Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of New York announced the indictment today; Mack is scheduled to be arraigned this afternoon before U. A number of Nxians were residents of the Eastern District of New York when they were recruited, and Nxivm has held promotional recruiting events in Brooklyn.
She is addressing her students, but they are also — here it gets a little confusing — employing something called “bio-empathetic resonant technology.” This invention, new, we learn, in 2017, allows the students, once they’ve plugged themselves in (or done something), to directly experience the emotions of the people interviewed for this class.
She first switches us on to an almost stereotypically nice elderly Jewish woman, who talks amusingly of her minimal experience with internet pornography – “just for inspiration.” She was aghast at what she saw: “It was all very ‘extreme,’ like you would say, like the extreme sports,” she adds in a voice of mild surprise.