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Not got much to add to what's been said so far, it's just one of those natural curiosities that all kids go through at a certain stage in their life.
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well porn. the way u look at it porn is a drug an addiction
its not needed on the enternet. y should kids at any age even
let say happen 2 stubble upon 1 of those sites they can be hooked 4 life
and become perverts.
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lol all of us guy are already perverts so theres nothin wrong with porn
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I've been taking a course called Philosophy of Love and Sex in university and we've covered topics such as unusual fetishism to pornography and the main problem with pornography is NOT nudity.

Nudity is everywhere, whether its seen as artistic, commercial ads, educational videos whatever. I think you'll notice that what is missing from sexual scenes in movies in theaters these days is basically penetration. We're shown two (or more) bodies moving together but no penetration.

What is shown in pornography? Penetration. In fact, we see zoomed up close images of the sexual organs being penetrated repeatedly and roughly. The original poster is right in saying that most people already know what the genitalia look like, but that is looking at it from a scientific sense or from a health ed sense, in pornography, you're looking at it in an "object" or "instrument" sense.

And that, is the problem that most people have with pornography. It portrays women (I'm going to just talk about heterosexual pornography here) in a degraded sense, as an object or instrument just to satisfy the men's sexual desires. If you've ever seen pornography, you'll notice that the women instantly give oral to get the man hard and from there, you see the woman being penetrated repeatedly until the man is ready to come. There is no foreplay, no cuddling afterwards, the camera focuses mainly on the penetration and not even that often on the people involved and there's not that main words exchanged either.

The harm in letting younger generation watching this? The audience is mainly men, by seeing pornography at a young age they are influenced to think that this is the reality of sex. They will think that this is what a true woman would act in a sexual situation and that isn't true. They will also be prone to think that women naturally offer themselves just to please a man, that they do like taking it and all that.

It just warps their prespectives on things. Especially since a 30 year old watching it won't know much better, someone younger is obviously more easy to influence.
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Most kids watch porn.
My math teacher said that pornography was violent, like women getting slapped and tied up and stuff. Therefore it was banned to those younger than 18.
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Posted 4/6/07
^ dude thats bondage
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...tearle, more pls.
wonder what it's like studying those kind of things...
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Hmm, what more do you want to hear about, organics?
It's a legit philosophy course for you to take. There's also a psychology course that deals with human sexuality that I intend to take next year. I find this stuff fascinating.
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tearle wrote:

Hmm, what more do you want to hear about, organics?
It's a legit philosophy course for you to take. There's also a psychology course that deals with human sexuality that I intend to take next year. I find this stuff fascinating.


Cool, neat stuff there.
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Most of my classmates watch porn and hentai, I suppose if u jack off to much u get premature ejaculation, I think all ppl should be all be able to view pornography, I don't watch porn, or hentai!


^_^ it won't give you premature ejaculation, lol that is all mental. If anything, masturbating helps you learn about your body in that way and control it, if you meant to do anything sexual with anyone else.

Hmmm, I don't mind porn... my GF likes it, but I like hentai though. Odd combination. I would understand why some people should not watch it, many don't have the mentality to know it isn't real and all, like the people that copy violent movies. For a kid to young to even understand what sex is or doesn't know it exists, it might burn. If you raise a kid and teach them about sex in all the positive kid manners of speaking lol then if they come across porn, they will only learn what it looks like. Unless the parents lied.
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Stef wrote:

pornography affects little kids a lot, a principle from a school in my city caught a 13 year old boy humping a 12 year old girl WTF?!


If it was mutual... sure :]

Mentally when I was little I wanted something and I didn't know what it was! I saw porn at like maybe 3 or 4 and then i was cool, girl saw it with meh too... she had a different approach. I then saw it later when I was 10 or 11 and by then, people around me talked about sex so much, didn't seem like a bad thing at all!

Porn effects us all in different ways, but time after time, it is always how the parents approach sex. I learned about sex before my mother told me what it was, I had to mature on my own. I turned out non-homicidal and I don't "love" little kids.

on a last note, porn at 16 ok in legal terms but below is pushing it. What kind of trouble would a minor get in trouble for watching porn anyways?
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Branden14 wrote:

^ dude thats bondage


Bondage can be quite amusing...
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tearle wrote:

I've been taking a course called Philosophy of Love and Sex in university and we've covered topics such as unusual fetishism to pornography and the main problem with pornography is NOT nudity.

Nudity is everywhere, whether its seen as artistic, commercial ads, educational videos whatever. I think you'll notice that what is missing from sexual scenes in movies in theaters these days is basically penetration. We're shown two (or more) bodies moving together but no penetration.

What is shown in pornography? Penetration. In fact, we see zoomed up close images of the sexual organs being penetrated repeatedly and roughly. The original poster is right in saying that most people already know what the genitalia look like, but that is looking at it from a scientific sense or from a health ed sense, in pornography, you're looking at it in an "object" or "instrument" sense.

And that, is the problem that most people have with pornography. It portrays women (I'm going to just talk about heterosexual pornography here) in a degraded sense, as an object or instrument just to satisfy the men's sexual desires. If you've ever seen pornography, you'll notice that the women instantly give oral to get the man hard and from there, you see the woman being penetrated repeatedly until the man is ready to come. There is no foreplay, no cuddling afterwards, the camera focuses mainly on the penetration and not even that often on the people involved and there's not that main words exchanged either.

The harm in letting younger generation watching this? The audience is mainly men, by seeing pornography at a young age they are influenced to think that this is the reality of sex. They will think that this is what a true woman would act in a sexual situation and that isn't true. They will also be prone to think that women naturally offer themselves just to please a man, that they do like taking it and all that.

It just warps their prespectives on things. Especially since a 30 year old watching it won't know much better, someone younger is obviously more easy to influence.


So I am screwed up?
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Posted 5/12/07

AutomatedSpecies wrote:


Branden14 wrote:

^ dude thats bondage


Bondage can be quite amusing...


As long as it isn't S&M.... ehhhhhh >_<

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tearle wrote:

I've been taking a course called Philosophy of Love and Sex in university and we've covered topics such as unusual fetishism to pornography and the main problem with pornography is NOT nudity.

Nudity is everywhere, whether its seen as artistic, commercial ads, educational videos whatever. I think you'll notice that what is missing from sexual scenes in movies in theaters these days is basically penetration. We're shown two (or more) bodies moving together but no penetration.

What is shown in pornography? Penetration. In fact, we see zoomed up close images of the sexual organs being penetrated repeatedly and roughly. The original poster is right in saying that most people already know what the genitalia look like, but that is looking at it from a scientific sense or from a health ed sense, in pornography, you're looking at it in an "object" or "instrument" sense.

And that, is the problem that most people have with pornography. It portrays women (I'm going to just talk about heterosexual pornography here) in a degraded sense, as an object or instrument just to satisfy the men's sexual desires. If you've ever seen pornography, you'll notice that the women instantly give oral to get the man hard and from there, you see the woman being penetrated repeatedly until the man is ready to come. There is no foreplay, no cuddling afterwards, the camera focuses mainly on the penetration and not even that often on the people involved and there's not that main words exchanged either.

The harm in letting younger generation watching this? The audience is mainly men, by seeing pornography at a young age they are influenced to think that this is the reality of sex. They will think that this is what a true woman would act in a sexual situation and that isn't true. They will also be prone to think that women naturally offer themselves just to please a man, that they do like taking it and all that.

It just warps their prespectives on things. Especially since a 30 year old watching it won't know much better, someone younger is obviously more easy to influence.


So I am screwed up?


-thumbs up- I'm screwed up as well.


L_Dante wrote:


AutomatedSpecies wrote:


Branden14 wrote:

^ dude thats bondage


Bondage can be quite amusing...


As long as it isn't S&M.... ehhhhhh >_<



I would love that even more...
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