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Porn and its normalization have been thrown in our faces. Their proponants' battle cry is "free speech," although "free yelling" would be more accurate because wherever it is manifested, it shouts out, it does not speak.
It has sidewalk preachers, yelling the doctrines...that women are only things to be used and abused until one tires of them and tosses them. This is what their speech is saying.
If the same qualification for widely and publicly insulting an entire group of people were applied to persons of a certain nationality, there would be public outcry, because we don't allow that.
I do not want to see a woman's naked butt (other than the thong underwear) as a huge advertisement right in my face any more than I want to see photos of dead bodies, or mutilated puppies. I feel ripped and torn into pieces when such displays are so commonplace and seemingly accepted as the norm.
Don't take away my humanity.
this is about the arrogant entitlement of the sleaze culture we are currently surrounded by and submerged in.... demanding that all women, at least all attractive women, are to play a certain degrading role in society, to be a thing, in complete denial of the very essence of what it means to be human....to be a person...a social mutilation, the insides torn out...
it is about pushing back, because the porn industry will not stop at any depth of degradation, and because the mainstreaming of this arrogance is leaving its mark everywhere....please follow these links for more information.
I came across an article written by a journalist named Robert Jensen about his attendance at a porn convention and its devastating effects on our culture. He turned the article into a book called "Pornography and the End of Masculinity" Here is a review on the book:
http://uts.cc.utexas.edu/~rjensen/freelance/donhazenintro.htm and here is a quote (gives the problem in a nutshell) from the article called "Just a prude? Feminism, pornography, and men’s responsibility"