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"Sex is beautiful not deplorable and everyone likes it whether they admit it or not. Everybody loves it, does it, yet nobody wants to admit it. Why is that?"
It's a good valid question James. I do have to argue that not everyone likes it, loves it, or does it though. Look at all the people posting negative comments about the industry! My own Sister-in-law readily admits that she doesn't like sex. The hypocracy of some people though just astounds me. They'll chant all day that porn is bad, porn is demeaning to women etc. etc...and yet these companies wouldn't be profiting the way they have in their prime if people weren't buying their products! Women in the movies and magazines have a choice and this is the choice they've made, usually for money but in many cases because they WANT to do it. Now these same companies are taking financial hits because you can get the same material online for free...again...someone's watching...a LOT of someone's are watching. It cracks me up that the main stream women whining about porn are the same ones that have read and pushed the sales of the "Shades of Grey" trilogy through the roof! It's porn for pete's sake! Now they want to make a movie out of them but that's okay? Makes no sense to me at all!
I've read porn...I've watched porn with and without my Hubby...some I enjoy...some I avoid but it's my choice and it's not harming a soul. I so wish more people could just relax and realize that sex and the enjoyment of it are part of our natures. That doesn't mean you have participate in the industry but you also don't need to judge those that do with generalizing stereotypical attitudes about them. Thanks for your post James.
The sex industry islike any other business, it is consummer driven. Unlike most industries, adult entertainment is the most adaptive. the credit card industry and online businesses owe them a debt of graditude for developing and driving the technology behind paying for goods and services online.
Weither or not you personaly like or dislike the videos or clubs, is your choice. Freedom of choice is what has made the adult entertainment industry prosper, and with proper oversight, will continue to do so. Like any industry, proper oversight is key to business serving the public.
If you don't like it, don't buy it.
I would correct your statement and say it is an art form. Not all art forms are art with a redeeming quality; and much of porn is demeaning to women, when it treats them like a piece of meat. There are the 'amateur' pornography videos, where the expression of human sexuality is tastefully done.
But not all those depicted are in the porn business.
"This isn't about sex, it's about advertising!! I am sure there are many people who read this "article" aka "porn advertising" and are just dying to look at the sites. Really, was this article necessary!!"
Well said and true. The exploitation of Carnal Knowledge is a commodity. Do you really think televised sports would have become the boom industry it is without sexually-suggestive advertising? Sex itself would be better exploited by healthcare professionals. Healthy sex could be a great indicator of one's actual physical condition. Instead, the Pandora's Box of bad attributes got ahold of it first. Doing away with Madison Avenue is likely the healthiest thing we could do for people, economy and society right now, restoring sexual activity as a basic function of all living things and nothing to be ashamed of may heal a lot of really sick propaganda-steered attributes.
If you are a guy and you are single and you say you don’t go solo then you are lying!! Every guy has used at least four of the products sold by these entrepreneurs’ weathers its rubbers, magazines, DVD, or on line smut.
Like it or not it’s the truth!
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