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    Question Laws on porn

    -This isn't specifically about diapers so I figured this would be the right place for it? this is my first thread sorry in advanced if this is in the wrong place-

    (-Kids are going to watch porn weather you like it or not-)

    What age do you think kids should be allowed to watch porn? Do you agree with current laws? ( depending on where you live, It's 18+ in most modern places I believe.)

    Do you think we should be more stick about it? Do you think that if we educate kids going through puberty about porn that they'd be better off?

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    With the internet kids are able to access things to easy. A friend of the family said to me that she had invited a friend for a sleep over for her son who is 12 and she walk't in on them looking at some strong stuff as a mum she feel't very bad that she did not do enough to protect him as she did not know much about pc. I think if i have children and they want to know some think i will be honest with them i would want them to come to me if i was to push them away about it they may end up getting there info from the wrong place. we must be open if they can't turn to us then we may have a bigger problem. There is no love in porn no feeling i think it shod be band all together. don't get me wrong as a teen i did look at it my self but as i have be come a little older i see it for what it is and its not nice. Every one is different and have there own out look this is mine. little leo

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    You know when you have a response all typed out and you hit "cancel" by mistake? Yeah...

    Today's kids have it easy when it comes to porn. All you need is a smartphone or a laptop and you can get more free, easy porn geared towards your sexual desires than you can handle. When I was a wee lad I had to find my porn via stealing magazines, or by hanging with the older kids who had a stash in the woods. It was a rare day when a friend's parents were not home and they found a videotape!

    Kids today are inundated with porn, and not just graphic sexual porn, but subtle porn that is used to sell products from cars to beer to clothing to hygiene products. As far as the law goes, it's been rather ineffective at shielding kids from seeing porn. It's just kind of one of those laws you have to have. The only thing you can do is teach your children about what real sex and sexuality is so they don't grow up learning the distorted version that porn presents. That aside, porn itself is not bad, but it can create false impressions among those who don't know enough about sex to understand its appeal.

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    I understand why kids might want to look at it.... curiousity.

    What I don't understand is the motivation to MAKE porn in the first place. There can't be that much money in it, and it can't be any fun sticking your thing where 1000 other people have been. Yuck! I guess if everyone was like me, there are a lot of industries that wouldn't exist. Porn and prostitution to name two.

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    I may disagree with something in principle but still defend its legality. I don't tend to like most 'porn' because the people I see in it are doing things and embracing qualities that I find uncomfortable and unfamiliar. I find lust a very distressing emotion when I think about it rationally, and when I see other people engaging in it, it just looks kind of embarassing. Because of all the fun chemicals floating around in my head at the time, I don't have to think rationally when I'm going down that road, but porn seems to document these heavily exaggerated mannerisms, making it look all the more unappealing to me.

    For the record, children are never part of any rights arguments of mine, I have a very cut and dry view on the subject - children are a protected class and do not have any of the same rights and responsibilities as adults. I do not think that any child ( a child in my books is a negotiable age that I arbitrarily set at 18, because it's the legal age of adulthood in the US and Canada, despite what many think) should be viewing, making or purchasing pornography - just as I don't think they should be driving, drinking alcohol, doing drugs, being sent off to war or ever, under any circumstances however gruesome, be tried as an adult in a court of law. Children are not adults, and should have absolutely nothing to do with porn. That's my adult view of that subject.

    That being said, I think it's very selfish for a person to want to ban something for consenting adults that other consenting adults engage in just because they disagree with it on some Disney inspired moral ground. Love is not sex, and sex is not love, the sooner we wrap our monkey brains around this, the happier we'll be in the long run. Yes, it can be argued that love chemicals are released in our bodies during orgasm, but that's perhaps a bit premature, since we could be having sex with a pillow or ourselves when we're releasing said chemicals. If the two were truly interchangeable, then there would be no infidelity in the world, but it's not - one is a strong emotional bond, the other is an act that an animal engages in for procreative and pleasure-inducing purposes. There are countless examples in the world of love without sex (quite a number of nonsexual or psychologically asexual couples in the world) and there are many examples of relationships based entirely on sex with absolutely no pretext for love, and both work just fine for those people.

    My little sex/love tangent notwithstanding, until the religious conservatives truly dominate society, or we willingly go conservative-socialist like the Chinese or Australians seem to love, we will have porn, and lots of it.

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    When I was about 10 or 11, my friend and I had a tree house, and on occasion, we would look at his dad's porn mags. He was a good year older than I and he would talk about wanting to have sex with whatever horrid slut was portrayed spread eagle. As a child, I was absolutely repulsed. At the same time my friend was feeling himself, and then me, so the whole experience was very confusing to me.

    I think children are legally protected from porn for this very reason, and that the graphic nature of porn could warp a child's perception of sex which could have a big impact on how they view sex and even see others. When we mature and become adults, we are better able to understand our feelings and sexual drives. There's a time and place for everything, and porn is no exception.

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    It makes sense that pornography laws and age-of-consent laws would go hand-in-hand... and like others have said the current laws aren't stopping any kids in the modern age from accessing pornography. A 5 year-old can access full clips on his iPhone if he wants to. Same thing with R-Rated movies and 17+ music. I remember when I was finally able to get my hands on a CD that my parents' would have never bought for me, but a friend's older brother was able to snag me a copy. Kids these days can just hop on youtube and listen to/watch whatever they want. Seems to take away an entire dynamic of being young and growing up, but oh well!

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    I think it makes sense that only adults (18+) should be allowed to view porn. There are a lot of unrealistic images/situations depicted in porn (so I understand -- I don't like porn myself!) and I don't think it's a good idea to allow anyone younger to be inundated with such images as they're perhaps engaging in their first serious romantic relationships.

    If the internet didn't exist, I'd possibly argue that it would be a good idea to have a legal definition of "soft porn" (i.e. no graphic close-ups, no bodily fluid, no power-play, etc.) and allow anyone 16+ to view it, the idea being that the first porn someone sees would at least be in a romantic, vaguely educational (rather than a hardcore, emotionally detached) setting... but I guess anyone who wants to is going to see harder stuff on the web from a younger age anyway, so it wouldn't really serve much practical purpose to have this new law...

    It does amuse me slightly that a 16 year-old can legally have sex... but be arrested if they watch a video recording of themselves! The whole physical and sensory experience is legal, but the visual component by itself is not. Weird. Still -- better that than allow under 18s to be porn stars (shudder)...

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    i was raised as a nudist.

    porn lol lol lol lol

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