Why are people offended by porn?

Written by NickFun

Monday, 2 July 2007

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I was on the Flickr Photo web site the other day with my lady friend. We stumbled upon a picture of a nude woman with her legs spread.

"That's totally disgusting", my lady friend said.

As she said that I started thinking. Every human being on Earth is the end result of a naked man standing over a naked woman with her legs spread. Every human is the result of a man inserting his penis into a woman's vagina.

My lady friend, and nearly every other woman on Earth, loves sex! So many people are offended by pictures of men inserting the penises into women but they love inserting their OWN penises into women's vaginas.

If not for naked women with spread legs and naked men with erect penises the entire human race would cease to exist! But we find pictures of the same thing disgusting? We see a baby being born and comment on how beautiful it is. But if we witness the act that caused that baby to be born we revile in abject horror!

Doesn't this make us hypocrites of the highest order?

There is definitely something wrong with our way of thinking when a President is impeached for have sexual relations with a woman whereas another President is allowed to brutally murder hundreds of thousands without reprisal.

"Don't you think so", my girlfriend asked, bringing me back to reality.

"Huh? Oh yea. It sure is", I replied.

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