Why is the porn industry so dissaproved of?
Sex is actually a natural desire, but there's alot more unnatural man made things that are approved of, even glorified. Like alcohol being an example. I actually find porn inspiring. I even find strippers inspiring for my own reasons. It doesn't mean I aspire to be just like them, it inspires my strength and power when it comes to sexuality.
Asked By: Maylene - 1/8/2013
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Because white female is so precious. Her esteem is worth more than gold. We must protect her from things that make her jealous and damage her precious godly esteem... More
Answered By: Earthbound Timmy - 1/8/2013
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personally i dont approve of it, because i believe sex should be more sacred and be only shared when two people truly care about each other. just my personal belief though.
Answered By: I Am a Vampire - 1/8/2013
it woudlnt be so bad except the way they portray and degrade women to get men aroused. otherwise its stupid how people act like porn is terrible but then millions of people still pay for it. hypocrites
Answered By: Y - 1/8/2013
The only good reason is the underground sex rings that force girls to do it, but I don't think there are many of those.
Answered By: Richard - 1/8/2013
The porn industry created the way credit card transactions are done over the internet.
Answered By: Kermit - 1/8/2013
If you mean working in the porn industry, it's just a bad connotation when one earns their keep or living from performing sex.
Answered By: Steven Ewing - 1/8/2013
Because sex is considered a taboo topic to talk about and with it being displayed publicly is just odd to some. Plus a lot of porn objectifies women. It's really only strictly for men.
Answered By: d - 1/8/2013
It's pretty heavily objectifying of women for one thing (and men). It puts them in very extreme situations that they probably wouldn't normally consent to with a stranger or at least, puts them in situations that people outside the industry wouldn't often consent to. Some of them reinforce the destructive sexual... More
Answered By: Lauren - 1/8/2013
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