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(BBC)   UK children 'need early porn warnings.' Because telling a kid, "No" has never fanned the flames   (bbc.co.uk) divider line 5
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2013-05-20 01:08:41 PM
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manhole: "Dangers" of pornography? do tell...


This.  I keep wondering what dangers they are talking about.

Unrealistic expectations?

"No son, not every 18 year old out there is going to want sloppy anal from you."
"Sorry Hon, they don't all have foot long penises that last 45 minutes before they cum."
"Stop looking for girls that have 44F boobs with a 24 inch waist - she's had a boob job."
"Stop thinking you are going to have 44F boobs without getting a boob job."
"No, they're acting - it doesn't taste great."
"That's fake - nobody produces a cup or more of semen in one ejaculation"
"No, they don't all like it rough - they'll tell you if they do."
"Those aren't MILFs - it's marketing"

Hazardous activity?

"No ATM, ever.  They did extreme enemas off camera."
"No, they aren't going in dry - the lube was added off camera"
"If you aren't sure there is enough lube, there isn't enough lube.  Also it might feel fine to you, but she/he might have a different opinion - ask."
"No, that isn't her/his first time anal - she/he worked up with a buttplug before the shoot"
"Beware of chaffing - don't masterbate too often"
"Skipping the birth control is not worth the 20 years of supporting a kid"
"Use a condom - the extra feeling isn't worth the STD."

Intimate Social behavior?

"You ask your friend's mother for sex I'm beating you myself."
"If your friend's mother asks you for sex and you say anything to anyone, I'll beat you senseless.  And pay attention to what she tells you to do, you'll learn something."
"No means no, except when it means maybe, convince me.  And convincing is done with words, actions, not compelling her/him physically."
"Unless you pre-setup the fantasy with a safeword and you have just confirmed it, when she says stop, you stop or I'll cut if off since you can't control yourself"
"Be clear and firm in your rejection.  'Don't <giggle/brief pause> Stop' in a girly voice can be misinterpreted.  'I don't want to do this' or 'NO!' is how you get your point across."
"Don't be a cock tease.  If you lead him along, be a big girl and finish him off."
"If you use pickup lines from porn flicks, you are doing it wrong."
"Talk to each other damn it.  And listen too."

Generally when asked this the people who want to "warn" of the dangers generally start having speaking problems, looking like you are asking this to just embarrass them (well, duh) and usually turn bright red.  If you want to rail against erotica, you better be knowledgeable and comfortable talking about the topic, otherwise you will be dismissed as a prodnose prude.  But then they are requesting all this get repressed so they don't have to confront their own insecurities.  It is puzzling how these people figure out enough to reproduce.  Instinct must be quite powerful to overcome such repression.
2013-05-20 11:34:56 AM
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2013-05-20 09:33:37 AM
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I did like one of the comments below the article, saying he and his mates had been caught by his mum, watching porn on VHS. All she said was "just don't think real sex is like that" and left them to it.

That would certainly knock the wind out of your sails...


(Also enjoyed the one that said if kids get the wrong idea and think spuffing all over the girl's face is normal then we might tackle the teenage pregnancy rates...)
2013-05-20 09:14:58 AM
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My advice to kids: never pay for porn. There's enough free stuff on the internet to get you off for a lifetime
2013-05-20 09:13:59 AM
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I've heard that installing adblock reduces the chances of getting pr0n ads bordering your intended entertain or accidentally clicking on something that leads to pornography by a hundred fold.
 
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