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Your Stance On Pornography? Do You Refrain or Consume? Moderation?
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Posted 11/16/15

ComboChrist wrote:

Woh woh pump your f**kin brakes.


what? Is being openly restricted by legal reasons unusual?
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aListers wrote:


ComboChrist wrote:

Woh woh pump your f**kin brakes.


what? Is being openly restricted by legal reasons unusual?


You know there's only one "section" of pr0n you can't watch due to legal reasons? And if that's the only reason why you don't watch them..
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It's a good stress reliever. It's number 2 on my list with lifting weights being number 1.




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Just finished


Same


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Posted 11/16/15

ComboChrist wrote:


aListers wrote:


ComboChrist wrote:

Woh woh pump your f**kin brakes.


what? Is being openly restricted by legal reasons unusual?


You know there's only one "section" of pr0n you can't watch due to legal reasons? And if that's the only reason why you don't watch them..


That depends what country you live in. Nonetheless, having never seen that kind of pornography I can't comment but I assume that I would be as disgusted by it as a normal person. Lets just say that I like that law and I wouldn't watch that kind of porn anyway for moral reasons. Meh, I guess not liking the porn (or for it to not coincide with my morals) is another restriction.
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In moderation...

Don't really have a positive or negative association with it.
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i break my legs after im finished with sex.

is that normal?
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Posted 11/16/15 , edited 11/16/15

aListers wrote:


ComboChrist wrote:


aListers wrote:


ComboChrist wrote:

Woh woh pump your f**kin brakes.


what? Is being openly restricted by legal reasons unusual?


You know there's only one "section" of pr0n you can't watch due to legal reasons? And if that's the only reason why you don't watch them..


That depends what country you live in. Nonetheless, having never seen that kind of pornography I can't comment but I assume that I would be as disgusted by it as a normal person. Lets just say that I like that law and I wouldn't watch that kind of porn anyway for moral reasons. Meh, I guess not liking the porn (or for it to not coincide with my morals) is another restriction.


Huh?
Meh anyway, your post actually made it sound like you would be into "this kind of stuff". My bad.
And disgusting would be a understatement..
Posted 11/16/15

onepunchfinny wrote:

i break my legs after im finished with sex.

is that normal?


Absolutely, I break my legs AND arms.
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Seacactus wrote:


onepunchfinny wrote:

i break my legs after im finished with sex.

is that normal?


Absolutely, I break my legs AND arms.


THANK GOD. phew *wipes head* thought i was the only one!!
Posted 11/16/15

Seacactus wrote:


onepunchfinny wrote:

i break my legs after im finished with sex.

is that normal?


Absolutely, I break my legs AND arms.


Wow, that's really erotic. Do you also shove a SeaCactus up your butt?
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I'd say I'm in moderation. There's stuff both softcore and hardcore, real life or drawn/animated that I like to look at from time to time. For example, there are two magazines that I've been reading for years, one of which recently made news (no prize for what this one is) for announcing they are no longer featuring nudity next year. I also have some fascination for 80's porn, especially stuff made in Europe that actually had plot and good production values. As for ecchi/hentai, there's stuff I like, but there's other stuff I avoid like the plague. I have my limits.
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Back in the days of videotape, I had a roommate that would play porn and all it was all about sex, nothing else. I mean they found positions that probably weren't mentioned in the Kama Sutra or any pillow books. The problem, at least for me, was that I could only watch people having sex for so long before I got bored.

These days I prefer my porn with a story wrapped around the sex, and if it's a good story, even better.

The biggest problem I've seen is that some people try and use porn as a sex education tool, they don't seem to realize that porn is fiction, and what they see happening is the result of several takes and good editing.
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I'm geezer enough to remember when we couldn't get porn on the Internet.
You wouldn't believe how our national cultural frustration manifested itself.

Real porn didn't have the slick Playboy-mansion image it tried to project when 80's VHS came along--Before then, if you wanted it on film, you had to go to a grungy theater on the bad side of town, with people you wouldn't sit next to on a bus, if any at all. (Needless to say, most didn't.) Apart from Hef, the magazines--yes, print magazines, that you worried other people might find--weren't slick either, and just got down to their business as cheaply and ugly as possible.

So for the mainstream, who didn't bother with all that, before cable came along, we had to sneak around for "safe" porn in our culture, like the 12-yo. kid looking for nude natives in National Geographics.
Jiggle TV was considered "hot" in the days of "Three's Company", Sheena Easton songs were considered "titillatingly" filthy, Sports Illustrated first started publishing an update on swimsuits, HBO Original Series meant "Nude scenes", and America had a fascination with the Dallas Cowboy Cheerleaders. Those who considered themselves more "sophisticated" went to arthouses to watch "Emmanuelle" and various Laura Antonelli movies, which were less mature than your average porn feature, and treated sex with all the intensity of the aforementioned 12-yo. discovering a nude Rubens for the first time. Those less sophisticated went to see drive-in movies about cheerleading squads.
Oh, and then there was that brief phase during Deep Throat's Supreme Court-ban trial, where all of a sudden people started linking the trial with the fight over the Sexual Revolution, and the jet set started bragging "We're going to an X-rated movie!", as if this was the latest cultural sophistication after wife-swapping.

Yes, we were giggling, immature idiots, because we didn't know what we couldn't let out of our system yet.
Nowadays, we treat it on the Net pretty much the same way we treat Nigerian oil-investment, those who are interested have at least managed to specialize and refine, and even nice, conservative, whitebread Playboy has announced they're going PG-13 because their boring blondes can't compete anymore. Everyone's happy now that the mystique is gone.
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I also refrain from pornagraphy and most adults don't even like that crap. Porn lovers are not the most mature bunch, either. Pornagraphy is just a way of mocking sex and it is also an insult to homosexuals and women. The point is that sex is something that should be personal, not an excuse for some POS to make profit out of.
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KurtIrving wrote:

I also refrain from pornagraphy and most adults don't even like that crap. Porn lovers are not the most mature bunch, either. Pornagraphy is just a way of mocking sex and it is also an insult to homosexuals and women. The point is that sex is something that should be personal, not an excuse for some POS to make profit out of.


"Most adults don't even like that crap." Ok then.
"Porn lovers are not the most mature bunch, either" Wat?
"Pornagraphy is just a way of mocking sex and it is also an insult to homosexuals and women." WAT?
Can you please explain how it insults homosexuals and women?
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