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Shocking porn — 8 Comments

  1. “Probably an all-girls convent?”Having spoken to a few women who’d had a ‘sheltered Christian education’ I can assure you their thirst for forbidden knowledge was no less than yours (or mine, from a good Christian home)….most of them can recite the ‘dirty bits’ of the OT by heart and had a knowledge of the Song Of Solomon to rival a first year seminary student (I’m told there were convents were the girls were FORBIDDEN to read the Song….).

  2. The woman is clearly trying to appeal to a singularly narrow minded constituency with conveniently short memories and no imagination (“would you have looked at porn if you were a kid with a mobile phone and Internet?” Answer “no” and you’re lying).

  3. And the Internet has dumped all over National Geographic as well as Health and Efficiency magazines, both of which were highly sought after at boarding school because anyone could buy NG and you could look at buck naked primitive peoples, even better were those who had a skimpy bit of cloth covering their lower parts (IMO on account boobs used to fascinate me).

    H & E wasn’t age restricted at the time, however no local newsagent stocked it, so it was down to the older boys who’d pass a dog-eared and slightly sticky copy to the junior plebs.

    Nowadays all you need do is ask nicely and you’ll probably get one of the girls to send you a nude selfie on your phone. Failure to do so resulting in all manner of slights and name calling about not being a “sport”, or “cool”.

    Yet no one seems to be able to define “porn”. There is a tag “nsfw” and that means don’t open it on an office computer, for the reasons given here.

    https://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=NSFW

    I rather like those tags, helpful.

    • Porn is anything that is deemed to be “too much flesh showing”.  There were times when a woman could be shamed for showing an ankle.  I have seen stuff classed as porn that is a good deal milder than an ordinary holiday snap on the beaches in Spain.

      Porn is in the mind of the beholder.

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