was recording a video but part of my screen showed my blog containing the word “pornhub”. god, got frustrated, cuz it means i have to spend hours to learn video editing, or ditch the recording.
then, i went to YouTube and see to what degree that means ban. ok, seems ok.
@xahlee I would say you're confusing pornography and prostitution. Pornography is specifically art (media, literature, etc.) Prostitution involves direct interaction.
There's some ant-fucking to be done on things like responsive cam-girls, phone-"sex", et al.
I argue that current norms are the consequence of ennui in an advanced society, Xah argues (if I may boldly summarize) that this is state of nature without regulation.
We may well both be correct. :-)
jeremiah, i totally agree with you, but again, depends.
say, we r 5k years ago, think of us as monkeys. a young chick saw me with a banana, then she dances a tit bouncing dance, knowing that i'd share my banana. Do you call that porn? if not, what?
so, i say, porn is rampant, yet i also agree, that porn is kinda surplus phenom in modern society. The question is, how we define porn, and rampant?
better word is common. e.g. each person will see it weekly.
(damn char limit)
it mixes with flirting, "art" (after we define "civilization"), and prostitution.
my point of view, is that i want to say it's common, natural, or majority people sees it daily, if there's no law.
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