CAREFUL NOW... Pornography is so mainstream there is now a counter-culture

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It was written and warned against, the church protested and conservatives marched but who listened? pornography is now everywhere. Truth be told, every boy with the internet is watching it to some degree.

Social anxiety, depression, cognitive problems, lack of motivation are just some of the problems teenagers have today and its obvious where its coming from. Extreme sexual desires and damaged ego when they realise no girl wants to be with a drooling zombie that can barely put two sentences together.


The liberals have long defended pornography, they called it liberation and freedom. Little did they realise the demeaning nature of a business hell bent on destroying human values and women. A certain British MP Harriet Harmon went so far as to propose legalisation of porn involving minors. Talk about giving an inch and loosing a mile. Harriet Harman under attack over bid to water down child pornography law

However, there is good news.. many young men are revolting through abstinence from porn and the act of self interference. The web forum Reddit.com has a community of over 500k users, all reporting the difficulty porn use brought into their lives and a desire to fix their social and mental health issues. And its working, just several weeks away from porn is giving these young men a new lease of life, they are becoming much more social and attractive to women. concentration and focus has returned and lives are coming together. However, a simple relapse causes immediate loss of the benefits abstinence brought them, making it a life long struggle and fight against what has become a morbid addiction.

Its called the nofap movement and it needs to be publicised just as much as women's issues.
 


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This isn't going to have anything to do with mr jesus is it?
 

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it probably will, I'd actually like to get some opinions people have particularly from religious folk who've long held to a moral doctrine. you can always block it, if it gets too pushy.
 

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The psychological damage of porn addiction is under reported.

Porn makes you stupid.
Porn makes you boring.
Porn makes you unattractive.
Real men don't need or use porn.
Porn is for weeds, cissies and under-achievers.
 

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it probably will, I'd actually like to get some opinions people have particularly from religious folk who've long held to a moral doctrine. you can always block it, if it gets too pushy.
No you are grand, AA, I like these ones. Best of luck with it etc and so forth.
 

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Who was that fellow who used to always post about bestiality. Can't quite recall the name but he was always going on about some kind of animal or kinky human behaviours, generally some kind of inappropriate probing in an improbable attempt on the impenetrable.

He'd be straight into this thread with a doe-eyed hamster or a svelte and attractive camel reference or something.
 

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Am I the only cynic here?
Its fairly scientific in concluding how damaging porn is to mental health, perhaps at large society. I'm generally talking about men who were addicted to porn, meaning daily use for years.
 

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Who was that fellow who used to always post about bestiality. Can't quite recall the name but he was always going on about some kind of animal or kinky human behaviours, generally some kind of inappropriate probing in an improbable attempt on the impenetrable.

He'd be straight into this thread with a doe-eyed hamster or a svelte and attractive camel reference or something.
its pretty shameful what some people have allowed themselves to get into. Its reported that shame and addiction go hand in hand.
 

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Who was that fellow who used to always post about bestiality. Can't quite recall the name but he was always going on about some kind of animal or kinky human behaviours, generally some kind of inappropriate probing in an improbable attempt on the impenetrable.

He'd be straight into this thread with a doe-eyed hamster or a svelte and attractive camel reference or something.
That lowlife was a mod here for a time.
 

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yes- that's right. Got away with some amazing stuff before he either was arrested or banned or whatever happened him. Anyway, I'm not doing AA any favours by straying the thread.

Pornography. There's good and bad in it and an awful lot of people seem to prefer the bad and that's unusual.
 

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Pornography has always been around. Certainly there were examples of pornography in both image and text preserved in the volcanic ash of Pompeii and Herculaneum.

As for the xtians and religious generally well I have to say that most xtians would be unaware of the racier parts of the references in the Solomon section, the rather lurid poetry. Same of course in the mother-ship, judaism, but that's hardly a surprise to biblical scholars such as us atheists.

I do believe Japan and China produced some wonderful pornography when we were still throwing our sh1te in the street and wondering why we all had plague.
 

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Heh. All atheists are former agnostics who completed the research.
 

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yes- that's right. Got away with some amazing stuff before he either was arrested or banned or whatever happened him. Anyway, I'm not doing AA any favours by straying the thread.

Pornography. There's good and bad in it and an awful lot of people seem to prefer the bad and that's unusual.
Right so, we've touched gloves and the fight is on.

Please explain or define whats good about porn, particularly internet porn where there is limitless models and categories accessible to all.

years ago, the dreamy freedom fighters as they were seen claimed porn was art depicting love.. playboy was fair enough, cheeky but harmless. at least there was articles on politics and life. but the internet porn has been a different sin all together. Its happened really quickly too. society wasnt to know that Hollywood porn studios would literally take the piss. (another niche)
 

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Pornography has always been around. Certainly there were examples of pornography in both image and text preserved in the volcanic ash of Pompeii and Herculaneum.

As for the xtians and religious generally well I have to say that most xtians would be unaware of the racier parts of the references in the Solomon section, the rather lurid poetry. Same of course in the mother-ship, judaism, but that's hardly a surprise to biblical scholars such as us atheists.

I do believe Japan and China produced some wonderful pornography when we were still throwing our sh1te in the street and wondering why we all had plague.
I believe there is a difference between atheism and absolute nihilism, which is what a society hooked on anything goes sex is about.

Hentai porn as its known depicts minors in animated form, a way to bypass laws. Its pretty dangerous regardless of what they claimed Jesus said about it.
 

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thanks for the tip re Hentai, I've heard and seen the word but I never knew what it was. Unpleasant. But I'd rather people interested in that sort of thing had some release valve and if it means they are indoors fapping over Hentai then there's a playground nearby that would be a lot safer with such people indoors and occupied.

I have to disagree with the link between atheism and nihilism. There is no such link other than in the minds of the religious who use that sort of equivalence because their minds are bipolar in this area. These things are lined up under 'Good' or 'Evil', 'Heaven' versus 'Hell' and other well known evidential traits in the xtian mindset anyway.

It was yer man mr saint augustine who reverse parked Manichaeism into xtianity that really brought on the bipolar psychology. Manichaeism was distinctive for its 'duality of opposites' which really is an old way to describe bipolarity.
 

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The psychological damage of porn addiction is under reported.

Porn makes you stupid.
Porn makes you boring.
Porn makes you unattractive.
Real men don't need or use porn.
Porn is for weeds, cissies and under-achievers.
So it doesn't make you blind anymore.
 

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thanks for the tip re Hentai, I've heard and seen the word but I never knew what it was. Unpleasant. But I'd rather people interested in that sort of thing had some release valve and if it means they are indoors fapping over Hentai then there's a playground nearby that would be a lot safer with such people indoors and occupied.
You might be missing the point. Boys, otherwise clueless about sex are logging on to these mainstream porn sites and been hit with advertising linking to such hentai, sissy or other hardcore material. Sexual interests are malleable in this way. Its leaving these boys in crises before they've reached maturity. reddit.com/nofap has some revealing testimonials.
 

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Well, AA, I'm not so sure that boys in earlier generations before the internet in Ireland were ever really that clued in until a girl or other boy helped them figure it out.

There's still a stupid battle going on with some people objecting to sex education in schools. Those ones claim that such things are the prerogative of parents when deep down both they know and the rest of us know that they would be the last people to sit their child down at home to talk about sex.
 

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I guess it is natural for parents to want their children to remain innocent children as long as possible. That's fairly obvious with every parent I've seen or met. But there is a point with some things with the loving ignorance policy where the lack of knowledge starts being a danger to the child.
 


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