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Originally posted by whampoa at 2006-6-28 05:53
Pornography is certainly degrading and it degraded women, definitely.
It may be degrading to you, but you don't speak for all women. It is a common mistake for religious people, state feminists and other collectivist groups to speak in the name of everyone -- you don't have that right.
I am more interested in hearing the views from DECENT PEOPLE and not SCUMS (not referring to you). However, I make SCUMS speak up so that others can see how low-life and contemptible they really are.
Please stop calling names. That is immoral, by your own standards.
My teacher used to say that it is basic politeness to write a person name correctly.
Like "Mr. Pimp"?
There is NO MORALITY in Porn.
Right. It has been freed from the chains of state feminist and religious morality. It is what it is, no more, no less.
Westerners are good at making laws which stifle others but benefit them. Then again, since when have you westerners ever been law-abiding people?
Still on a crusade against everything Western? Well, let me tell you a story of China, where everyone is breaking the law on a daily basis, ignoring traffic rules, buying pirated DVDs in stores that are illegal to begin with, going whoring in illegal brothels, playing majiang for money, using guanxi to circumvent the law, and so on. I don't think China is on the forefront in these matters.
Either way, that already amounts to having committed a CRIME, wouldn’t that?
No. Pornography is legal in the West. Some states may have an age limit for buying it, but there is no age limit for using it.
Like I said before, the West have strict laws against Porn (especially child pornography). So, to satiate their sex drive, the westerners travel to the East to abuse the children who have no protection of the law and the adults who conspire with the rich West to abuse their own children are equally shameless and to be condemned.
The West has no strict laws on pornography. Everything goes, except coerced sex. But that is not the reason there is sex tourism; it has nothing to do with pornography.
Selling sex is one of the oldest businesses in the world, and right now, business has never been better.
So when is China jumping on the bandwagon? I mean, China wants money, right? China wants good business, right? China has a clear advantage in its many pretty girls, right? So what stops China from making money on pornography? Oh, the "traditional morals"? But these traditional morals also don't allow 20,000,000 girls becoming prostitutes, do they? Or 200,000,000 Chinese men becoming wenchers. These girls would be safer and making more money if porn was legal than being in their current situation of risky prostitution with ignorant and stupid waidiren, who know nothing of personal hygiene and contagious diseases. The porn business in the West is cleaner than your mother.
It is estimated that Americans now spend somewhere around $10 billion a year on adult entertainment, which is as much as they spend attending professional sporting events, buying music or going out to the movies.
How can China afford losing out on those 80,000,000,000 yuans!?
The industry also has its own major stars, like Jenna Jameson, a teen beauty queen, turned showgirl, turned porn actress. With the approval of her family, she reportedly earned more than a million dollars last year performing sex for money.
Good business, with approval, etc. When are you coming along, Whompoo?
Let me be the first legal pornographer in China. I would do justice to China and Chinese girls.