Porn to be included in school curriculum

#4
"the NSPCC says they have seen an upsurge in calls from teenagers upset by what they have seen"


.......fucking queers!
The only time I get upset at porn is when I see Jada Stevens getting her arsehole ploughed and I realise its not me doing said ploughing.

We'll be together one day, whether she likes it or not.
 
#6
The only time I get upset at porn is when I see Jada Stevens getting her arsehole ploughed and I realise its not me doing said ploughing.

We'll be together one day, whether she likes it or not.
You could have put a request in to Jim'll Fix It, and had another war gong thrown in.
 
#8
I imagine it going more like this...

"Porn's representation of women is degrading & unrealistic"
"Why's that Miss?"
"Well for one real women have hair on their bodies"
"Oh...do you have a hairy clunge Miss?"
"Like a gorilla's armpit, but that's not the point. Women are not sex objects."
"So it's wrong to wank?"
"Erm no, it's natural & normal to masturbate, but using pornography gives unrealistic expectations"
"Oh I see Miss, so I should think of you while I'm pulling my pud?"


Dunno about you lot, but I didn't need a lesson to come to that conclusion!
 
#11
Problem with this (and most other societies) is that they see sex in MORAL terms not as a human function like having a shit. Sooner that is addressed the sooner we can get on with being in the 21st century, bongo mags are past tense.
 
#16
Bequeath it to the Bodelian Library when you shuffle off your mortal coil.
I very much doubt they would consider that funny. Having said that, there is supposed to be a section in the US Library of Congress that houses a copy of every obscene and pornographic mag, book, etc., every copyrighted. When I first heard of it, I believe it was necessary to be quite specific, say title, of the item one wished to look at.
 
#17
Send it to me. I will find them all a happy home, I promise.
I cannot do that, WEP. There's too much of it.

In the 1960s porn was tolerated in the UK and illegal in the US. Then, there was a major protection racket scandal with the Met. The Obscene Publications Squad was beaten into shape and sent back out onto the street to do a "proper" job. Meanwhile, in my state, there was a ballot measure to legalize porn and it passed with a large majority much to the anger of the Feds who still had ITOM (Interstate Transportation of Obscene Material) on the books.

So I somehow met the manager of a major wholesale porn warehouse locally. I would, from time to time, go to see him, pick up an empty carton, and wander up and down the aisles of shelving and pick selected titles for which I paid something like 20-30% of the cover price.

This was all "good stuff." The earlier mags were mostly black and white but the later ones were colour and on coated paper stock. Minds out of the gutter, you lot. Coated stock in this sense is the way it was delivered from the mill.
Then there's the transport problem.

I can possibly understand why Oz and NZ posts accept parcels for overseas shipment by air only; they are islands. But the United States Postal Dis-service a few years ago abolished surface (ship) small packets. The only options now are parcels shipped by air (expensive) or by commercial parcel service (REALLY expensive.)

Sorry to disappoint, Wolvo. But if you were in Canada there might be a chance of my getting it across the border and slipping it into the Canada Post.
 
#19
I very much doubt they would consider that funny. Having said that, there is supposed to be a section in the US Library of Congress that houses a copy of every obscene and pornographic mag, book, etc., every copyrighted. When I first heard of it, I believe it was necessary to be quite specific, say title, of the item one wished to look at.
Bodlian in Oxford as mentioned above is the same, if its published in the UK a copy has to be deposited in the Library. Mind you the munges that comprise of the Library staff, probably need chinning up, given the state of them.