"A child’s legal right to porn? I don’t think so." (blog post)

Discussion in 'Problematic Sexual Behavior' started by Dogwood, Jun 18, 2020.

  1. Dogwood

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  2. PurgeTheUrge

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    This is an easy question to answer. Children have no right to view pornography on the internet or any other medium available.
    The only 'people' who would argue otherwise are either in the porn industry, practicing pedophiles and/or sexual criminals.
     
  3. We’re living in backwards times folks
     
  4. untunedguitar

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    It's easy, the earlier you can get a person into vices and addictions to short-term pleasures, the easier it is to destroy them on a personal level and control them. I read an article some time ago about the fact that the WHO has included 'teaching sexual self-gratification' and topics regarding 'sexual fluidity' to toddlers as part of a 'healthy upbringing' program that parents are encouraged to follow.

    Society has been slowly giving in to the demands of the wicked in the name of 'progressivism' for decades now. It's just logical that the next step is the normalization of even more (as of yet) unacceptable paraphilias. Brace yourselves, 'Desmond is Amazing' is sadly just the beginning.
     
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    This organisation is now a complete joke. Just look how they managed COVID. Terrible.
     
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  6. untunedguitar

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    Yes, it has become clear that global organizations like the WHO are slaves to the hidden agenda of shadowy elites. Now physical wars are not necessary, they can silently impose tyrannies to the people with hundreds of other social and technological means. Porn is one of them.

    It's said that reality surpasses fiction, and 1984 is a piece of fiction I'm horrified to ever see surpassed, but you only have to take a look at communist China's draconian measures of population control or dictatorships like North Korea to see that the individual is powerless to resist by itself... If they want open hardcore porn and the oversexualization of kids they have a reason for that, it's not the mere delusions of some crazy people. And unless their is a firm, united backlash against such degeneracy, they will slowly but surely achieve their goal.
     
  7. Is there any global organisation that does not show favouritism towards any country or the other? The world is messed up.
     
  8. Aneto

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    Progress for progress without guidance and or an ultimate purpose leads us nowhere, well yes, to destruction. How can one even think that destroying the most basic moral norms that have accompanied us throughout history could be good progress, or even think that it is good or correct?
     
  9. PerseveranceToday

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    There is a difference between allowing children to do something and allowing adults to do something. This is why we have an age of consent, a legal drinking age, a motherfucking driving age... I view porn in much the same way I view alcohol, some adults can use it in moderation responsibly, some cannot - children should not have easy access. Sure, kids are always going to find ways around it to be the cool kid on the block with the booze stash (or the porn stash) but hopefully it would be difficult enough to obtain that the addiction-inducing novelty is kept to a minimum.
     
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