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  • I don't like any sort of physical violence to the girl as I find it a turn off since sex should be a pleasurable act. But that is no reason to ban or restrict it. As long as everyone involved in the media piece was unharmed and had given their consent and did not regret doing it then I believe there's no harm in it. If it offends you, don't look it up.



  • I've seen a couple of ads for porn movies where give them strong slaps in the face of the girls, and the true I don't like that


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    @'aldoraeno':

    A serial killer is caught and convicted. The first thing that's talked about is what he did wrong, whom he killed, and how. The next thing, inevitably, is why. People start looking into his past. Did his parents abuse him? Did he go hunting with them? Did he watch violent movies? Play violent video games? Is that why he killed people? Shouldn't we regulate these things so other people don't do the same?

    Personally I don't mind people looking into this, because it seems to me that all that government is currently doing is basing their policies on incorrect assumptions. If there is a direct cause then we ought to know it. My "assumption" is there is no link between violent games and violence for example. Sure serial killers watch horror movies but so do millions of others and it doesn't lead to violence in them. So it's a symptom, not a cause.

    My assumption is that someone becomes a serial killer by birth defect or forced abusive upbringing. The key word is forced.

    @'aldoraeno':

    To put it simply, there's nothing wrong with being offended by something, as long as you acknowledge that avoiding it is your own responsibility.

    Absolutely right, but the sad fact is government makes policies based on general public opinion, sometimes not even the majority just the vocal ones, totally disregarding the rights of the individual.

    Plus the complete irony is. Violence is obviously bad and as such must receive some sort of scrutiny, but sex is the very opposite of harm, it arguably causes the most pleasure a human can have and yet it gets worse treatment than violence. This is insane ancient thinking from times where women were property and merely the fuck objects that so many ironically complain about these days.



  • A big part of the argument regarding the governmental responsibilities you mentioned in the thread post, and specifically "preventing harm," is how far the causality for that harm can be stretched. I'll preface the following scenario by saying that I'm not agreeing with these conclusions, just presenting them as an example of how this happens:

    A serial killer is caught and convicted. The first thing that's talked about is what he did wrong, whom he killed, and how. The next thing, inevitably, is why. People start looking into his past. Did his parents abuse him? Did he go hunting with them? Did he watch violent movies? Play violent video games? Is that why he killed people? Shouldn't we regulate these things so other people don't do the same?

    As far as porn goes, I hit the "offensive" line at forced sex/rape scenes. It angers and disgusts me, which is the opposite of what porn should do. However, that doesn't mean I think it should be regulated (assuming it's all acting/animation and not the real thing). I get that there are some people who enjoy that, and I'd much rather they get their fix from something online than actually go out and do that to someone. In the meantime, I'll go enjoy something in which the characters also enjoy themselves.

    To put it simply, there's nothing wrong with being offended by something, as long as you acknowledge that avoiding it is your own responsibility.


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    @'uchuujinx':

    I'm not really fond of reproducing quotes, but then Stephen Fry has a wonderful one on the subject which pretty much summarizes it:

    "It's now very common to hear people say, 'I'm rather offended by that.' As if that gives them certain rights. It's actually nothing more… than a whine. 'I find that offensive.' It has no meaning; it has no purpose; it has no reason to be respected as a phrase. 'I am offended by that.' Well, so fucking what."

    good quote, if only society wouldn't give these people rights, but they do of course

    IMHO the issue is that religion and all current societies enforce conformity, the illusion that all humans can fit into a certain box and should adhere to certain "standards", yet the only true nature of humans is their individuality and the fact that all humans are different. And so conformity by definition requires exclusion of some people and therefore can never the best path for most people. The only restriction a government should ever apply to an individual's rights is that of harming other beings.



  • I've always said that if you are "offended" by something, it's nobody else's problem but yours. Yeah, the burden of being offended affects nobody but oneself. You're free to choose to stop being offended and it only depends on you to exercise this freedom.

    I'm not really fond of reproducing quotes, but then Stephen Fry has a wonderful one on the subject which pretty much summarizes it:

    "It's now very common to hear people say, 'I'm rather offended by that.' As if that gives them certain rights. It's actually nothing more… than a whine. 'I find that offensive.' It has no meaning; it has no purpose; it has no reason to be respected as a phrase. 'I am offended by that.' Well, so fucking what."



  • It's totally "ok to be offended."

    What's not ok (in my book) is trying to force your exact stance on what's acceptable versus offensive on others.



  • :P let me see china is banning porn as a way of population growth control :P, a fail politic in my opinion


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    the problem is the mentally of majority wins and creating laws based on such misconceptions, that's why you have some countries banning porn from the Internet despite the fact that lots of people (if not most) like it, in such cases the law makers essential side with the offended ones, which is the big issue



  • People have the right to be offended by anything that offends them, but if the thing they are offended by is legal and lawful then they do not have the right to force others to be as offended as they are, or to stop anyone for doing the legally allowed thing they are doing


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