posted on Dec, 24 2004 @ 02:05 PM
This does'nt surprise me abit,afterall even the U.S. has made it their goal to fight the industry,speciffically speaking the Republicans..So when you
mention China taking their own steps to ensure their society's integrity and moral standards it really does'nt mean that they are the only ones
waging the war..there has been alot of research in the field of possible harm to young people & adults too for that matter.
But besides that in my opinion the trade of porn on the internet is a buggering scam,think about it for a minute yourself.Why not buy or rent a DVD,or
even go to a prostitute,it's damn cheaper than watching a live display.At an avrage cost of 5Euros a minute it's absolutely mad for anyone to bother
with it in the first place,unless you're in an institution or jail and have access to a computer there's not much point,mind you if you could pay
for the service in jail or anywhere else you can easily besides reserving your own 'bitch' you can get a phone and dial "bitch for hire"...
The most annoying thing with these sites is that they don't only rape your wallet but your computer too.
Once you visit such sites you have just gotten yourself tagged big time...they basically implant themselves deep in your registry and you'll recieve
emails that even use a friends name and even your style of writing.I had joined once a club together with my girlfriend to make contact with other
couples or females..I recieved an email once that had my cousins name on it on the sender and also saying Hi bro I met mark last night he gave me
this pill,turned out to be a stimulating pill that kept him & his girlfriend busy till the next day..I was confused but when I clicked on the name of
the pill a whole site appeared advertising their product...I ran a spybot search and what I found inbeded in my computer got me freakin mad....never
again did I visit another site..end of story !!
the email was not from the club...
Politics On Porn in The Digital Age...
Back in the late 1980s and early 1990s, under Republican presidents Ronald Reagan and George H.W. Bush, the federal government went on the offensive
against pornography. Then came a Clinton administration that had different priorities. To what extent did the new political environment permit the
explosive growth of the porn industry during the 1990s? And how much was due to technological and cultural forces beyond any administration's
control? This is where the politics of porn gets complicated.
The Rise of the Anti-Porn Movement..
Federal campaigns against the porn industry are a relatively recent innovation -- largely because the current incarnation of the porn industry is
itself a recent innovation. Forty years ago, the porn industry was effectively invisible. A demimonde of grainy stag films and sleazy peep shows, porn
was ghettoized in red-light districts, produced by a handful of operators, and patronized mostly by proverbial dirty old men.
[edit on 24-12-2004 by Horus_Re]