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I think it's funny how parents are so concerned about their children watching people have sex when it's the most natural thing on the planet and instead they expose their children to violence on tv and in video games......would you rather your children be "well educated" lovers or serial killers.
I know, just yesterday me and twelve of my closest friends put a collar on my girlfriend and lead her around the room, cramming every part of her with every inch of us. It was the most natural thing on the planet.

Of course then we started hitting her, but with American violence on TV and in video games who can you blame? Certainly not the parents.
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post #32 of 35
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I think it's funny how parents are so concerned about their children watching people have sex when it's the most natural thing on the planet and instead they expose their children to violence on tv and in video games......would you rather your children be "well educated" lovers or serial killers.
This. Like the rage about the little girl in Kick Ass who said the C word. <--- ignoring the dozens of people she killed.
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post #33 of 35
I feel obligated to point out, despite the seemingly obviousness of it (given the replies here), that simply watching something being done does not necessarily dictate that said act will be carried out by the viewer in the future.
I've never killed anyone IRL, nor have I rape choked, and dog collared any of my GFs.
Most sane individuals can relate. Go figure.

There have always been, and always will be nut jobs; trying to sensor everything one may feel is violent, unethical or taboo isn't going to change anything.

Edited by Trigunflame - 1/22/11 at 1:00pm
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My opinion on this, sort of offtopic I guess.

I've always been intrigued why some parents are so "afraid" of their kids seeing porn, as if its going to somehow warp them.
It's no different then trying to shield them from "bad words", as if there were such a thing in the first place (hint: there isn't).
All adults, teens, and many children have and/or will use these so-called "bad words" at some point; same goes for seeing pornography.
Besides, it's completely normal to be curious about sex. I'd much rather my 15yr old rub one off to Sasha Grey than boning the next door neighbor's daughter.

Hell, I'd be more worried about their using Facebook and turning into Twitter drones that do nothing but text and update all damn day.
You sir, hit the nail on the head.
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I need a parental control system for my computers that won't allow people to get any access to pornographic material at all. Something that allows them to do schoolwork, visit facebook, and do pretty much anything else, and it can't be software-based, because the hard drive could be formatted for a fresh install of windows. Can anyone think of a hardware-based solution for this? (besides a chastity belt )
lol wish you were like my dad. he leaves the pr0n sites as shortcuts on his desktop and favorite's bar and lets anybody use his computer. I came close to clicking them a couple times with people in the room because the icons look just like the internet explorer icon Im scared to find out what cream puff girls are. I hope he doesn't have a keylogger of some sort on our router or know what my username on this site

or to what you guys above are saying, he probably wants me to. That why there are so many playboy magazines under the papers in the basement
Edited by ExplosiveBacon - 1/22/11 at 9:04pm
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