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Old 03-16-2012, 11:41 AM   #18
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I wouldn't complain about it, but I would have to have a long conversation with my child about pornography- the good, the bad, and the potentially ugly. Hard conversation. I watch pornography, and I also know pornography is complicated, and I don't feel it's fair to gloss over the negatives by just calling oneself "sex-positive." For me, it's kind of like loving meat, leather, and fur (which I also do). I recognize the pleasure and beauty, but I also recognize that there are (or may be) costs for the participants which have to be looked, and dealt with as ethically as possible.

Also, we have not addressed what kind of porn it is. Does it feature him or her being degraded, or in situations where he or she (or anyone else) could come to harm? If the answer is yes, then that poses a problem for me, much more than a few sexy photos, or folks enjoying their own and one another's bodies.
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