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    hey,cut it out. i think its good to have this porn law thing.moreover,what are the benefits of porn anyway?it hurts your wallet,it hurts your moral.
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    Originally posted here by mark_boyle2002
    Bugger.

    Does this mean I have to get rid of all those videos of me beating up former girlfriends using a dead Jack Russel ?
    Typical Mark Boyle. Why can't you just be like a normal man, and beat the **** out of them. Why oh why did you have to use the dog?




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    It was a frozen imported mail order Jack Russel, My girlfriend didn't complain about being hit with the Jack Russel (I think the first blow broke her jaw and I should probably have defrosted it first)
    That's no excuse. That was someones ex pet, and they're probably still visiting the grave with flowers. Shame on you Mark Boyle
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    Extreme adult websites – those depicting bestiality, necrophilia, rape or torture – can fall foul of the Obscene Publications Act in the UK. This Act dates from 1959 and makes it an offence to publish any article whose effect likely to "deprave and corrupt" those who see it.
    Whose effect likely to "deprave and corrupt" those who see it - who is to say what will corrupt people or how it will corrupt them. This was written in 1959 I think that people wear thinking a little different back then and laws need to change with the times I mean people say Violent video games causes people to be Violent so what dose Violent porn do to some one because this law is trying to stop people from behaving badly because of watching it.

    hey, cut it out. I think its good to have this porn law thing. Moreover, what are the benefits of porn anyway? It hurts your wallet, it hurts your moral.
    Hurting your wallet i could agree with but hurting your morals I don’t think so. To me it sounds like your saying that some one who watches something controversial that they are morally wrong, how could you say that to some one that they are wrong because you don’t agree with it, you shouldn't be able to because ever one have different opinions and views of every thing. This law really seems like a church law and not a country law.

    Just if any one was wondering I am not into violent porno, I am into freedom.

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    Originally posted here by NIKLAS?
    hey,cut it out. i think its good to have this porn law thing.moreover,what are the benefits of porn anyway?it hurts your wallet,it hurts your moral.
    The benefits of porn? I think it can satisfy the desires for many people in their own imagination. I myself like nudes, but not porn. But I can imagine that some guy is viewing porn as some kind of sexual release. I even think that the availability of porn might actually lower the number of sexual abuse cases.

    I've heard of an experiment in some Dutch psychiatric institutes where they would patients to have sexual relations with each other and where, in some cases, even prostitutes were hired to 'satisfy' the patients in certain ways. (Of course, with permissions of relatives and legal guardians of these patients.) The results of these experiments were stunning. The patients acted more relaxed and less aggressive if they were given a chance to have some sexlife.

    And in my opinion, porn can also be used by whomever needs it to release their sexual urges. It has a calming effect on people in my opinion. Just like those aggressive videogames, for example. Would you prefer it to see someone lose their aggression in a videogame or in a street-brawl?

    Would porn and aggression encourage people to act more sexual and aggressive? Well, it could happen but I think that on average, it cools down more people than encourages them.

    About porn... If you browse the Internet, you will find a lot of it that is free, so it doesn't have to hurt your wallet. And about losing moral? Well, if sex is immoral and should be banned, how are we supposed to reproduce?

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    do you HAVE to sleep with a Dan to get graded
    I hear that you do , thats why I have been a little Hesitant

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    Unfortunately I see nothing wrong with this.

    Porn, like all limbic triggers is basically addictive. All things that are addictive have some degree of desensitizing effect. Once the subject is desensitized they need increasingly additional external stimuli. People go from porn to rape/killing... not from nothing to rape killing as katja assumed. There is always a progression to human depravity, always babysteps, always getting away with a little more.

    Try to find yourself a serial killer/rapist that wasn't into violent porn. So much so that the idea of such a film festival was put forward by Ted Bundy to lure the Green River Killer.

    While these are all good points, the fact is that this is still censorship... which is bad. it can be argued that violent porn has no socially redeeming value, however this is a slippery slope to say the least.

    Child porn is very clear cut, you have an age marker to work with, with violent porn there is no such marker. Especially with so many people having such a flawed understanding of the way the limbic system works and wrongly assume that such images are a "safe outlet."

    In the end, I say more power to the UK folks... if you want your violent porn go somewhere else. One of the great things about this ever shrinking global village is with government diversity you can hopefully find a good fit to your particular lifestyle somewhere. (Thailand perhaps?)

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    I cant see how some of this will fly, for example:

    bestiality, necrophilia and rape can not be deemed concentual, but torture can, so if its concentual is it degrading to the person? I don't think so. It is also a very vague term, how do you define torture? The best description I can think of is to force a person through an assault on his or her senses. Seems rather too vague to put a law on if you ask me.
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    Hey noia, In order for bestiality to be consentual does the animal have to agree ?

    Or does it just have to look happy during the movie ?

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