Well sir we are not really that far apart on the issue. Pretty much I would love to see all internet porn and nudity web sites be required to move to a new domain which would be required to have something like dot sex or dot porn or dot adult instead dot com or dot net. Doing so would allow very effective parental and organizational software filters to block out porn from children. Right now the Internet is the wild west.
I believe adult magazines, bookstores, stripclubs, etc might decline on their own because of internet porn. If people can get it cheap or free and in private rather than paying ten bucks or whatever for a Penthouse or risk being robbed going to a strip club then that takes alot of the money out of it.
So that leaves mainstream media as the major problem, the money isn’t in it for them anymore. With internet porn so widely available really the lure of a topless part don’t increase the audience as it once did. But the Hollywood types will still push it because it ticks off Conservatives.
Personally I don’t want sex in my regular entertainment, it usually a crutch or gimmick that shows lack of talent, just like most movies with excessive bad language turns me off for the same reason. I think ratings reflect that others feel the same way but the Hollywood elites love to press buttons for attention.
What will end Hollywood trying to mainstream porn in my opinion might not be you and me objecting to it but if Roseanne Barr and Rosy O’Donnell insist on doing nude lesbian love on network prime time.
People might argue with you about the effect of porn on marriage but argue that you never want to see Helen Thomas nude on HBO and even the biggest defender of porn has to agree.
Now you've gone ahead and done it...there's now a picture in my head that defies all things decent that I must overcome most likely by extreme measures combined with a drug overdose and a re-start of my heart after 4 minutes so I lose just enough brain function to forget it. LOL!!! You're about right on our agreement not being far off. I look for the people to control this and not ban's. The people can "regulate it" pretty stringently but it will take self-control and a public stigma to put it in its place and a society that does not diminish the value of an intimate relationship and encourage degradation of it in the public square.