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What the ‘Average Joe’ Can Do About Porn…and Why - (caution; for adult readers only)
CONCERNED WOMEN FOR AMERICA.ORG ^ | MAY 24, 2005 | SARA BRODE

Posted on 05/24/2005 1:42:28 PM PDT by CHARLITE

Warning: This article contains graphic descriptions that may be difficult for some readers.

A crowd of people gathered on Capitol Hill last Thursday to hear experts* in obscenity law and sexual crimes speak in recognition of Victims of Pornography Month.

What they said in that room should be heard by every American. (It just so happens that you can download and listen to the presentations, including one by CWA’s chief counsel, Jan LaRue, on our Web site by clicking here.)

First, if you aren’t convinced yet that we, as a society, should crack down on pornography, consider some of the facts presented at the summit.

Where should we start? Maybe with this statement from Phil Burress, president of Citizens for Community Values in Cincinnati, Ohio: “I’ve never met a police officer yet who investigated a pedophile that did not find pornography. Every one of them said pornography is always on the scene.”

Or perhaps that the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children’s (NCMC’s) Cyber Tip Line (http://www.cybertipline.com/) collected about 1,500 reports of possible child pornography being transmitted online in a seven-day period earlier this month (and 293,000 reports since 1998), according to Marsha Gilmer-Tullis, Director of the Family Advocacy Division at NCMC. They received 35 reports of adults trying to meet and greet children in chat rooms that same week.

Or, we could also consider facts presented by Dr. Jeffrey Satinover, a psychiatrist, professor at Princeton University and researcher at the University of Nice, that the sexual slavery trade is the third-largest source of funds for organized crime, right behind drugs and arms, and that pornography drives that trade.

Plus, Satinover mentioned studies showing that brain activity associated with craving pornography is “identical to any other behavioral or chemical addictions.” In fact, some have pointed out that pornography is as addictive as cocaine, but even harder to overcome due to the images burned into the user’s mind. “It is not an art form,” he said. “No one gets addicted to The Washington Post. No one gets addicted to James Joyce [author of Ulysses, a book with some erotic scenes].”

Satinover also had the courage to point out the motivation behind the porn industry: “Its purpose is not to entertain.” Its purpose, he said, is to lead the viewer to “achieve arousal and orgasm” as quickly and frequently as possible. There’s a financial interest – the more the buyer gets aroused by pornography and achieves orgasm, the more he will purchase. Comparing the purchasing frequency of mainstream movies and pornographic ones makes that clear.

When the movies, magazines and Web sites just aren’t cutting it anymore, the user moves to the final stage: acting out. Rep. Katherine Harris (R-Florida) read the following quote from serial rapist Ted Bundy, made one day before his 1989 execution:

"[I]t happened in stages, gradually. . . . My experience with pornography that deals on a violent level with sexuality is that once you become addicted to it . . . I would keep looking for more potent, more explicit, more graphic kinds of materials.

Like an addiction, you keep craving something that is harder, harder. Something which gives you a greater sense of excitement. Until you reach the point where the pornography only goes so far."

“The purveyors of pornography repeatedly challenge us to prove that pornography causes violent crime,” said Rep. Harris. “I challenge them to prove that it does not.”

Likewise, John Richter, the Acting Assistant Attorney General of the U.S. Department of Justice Criminal Division, said, “Because obscene material is so accessible, many may fail to realize that availability does not equate to legality.”

Concerned Women for America (CWA) Chief Counsel Jan LaRue wrote an excellent, full-scale paper on this topic, Hard-Core Harm.

So, what can you, as a citizen, do with the information these knowledgeable presenters gave? Here are several ideas:

Start with your own home. Supervise your children on the Internet, and teach them how to safely use it. Read CWA’s brochure, 14 Ways You Can Protect Your Children Online, for help. Watch out for peer-to-peer file-sharing sites like Kazaa and Morpheus, as they are virtually unregulated – children can easily access pornographic files and even give away your household’s personal information. If you or your spouse is struggling with addiction, there is help (see http://www.victimsofpornography.org/ for a start).

Be aware of what – or who – is in your neighborhood. Check with local law enforcement to see if it maintains a sex offenders’ registry. Use the registry to find out if any convicted sex offenders live in your neighborhood. If your state doesn’t have one, lobby your officials to make this information public.

Encourage your local officials to prosecute obscenity. If juries never get the opportunity to set community standards, then pornographers will set them. In cities where prosecutors have gone after pornographic shops and other sexually oriented businesses, all types of crimes have dropped. Local law enforcement should be enthusiastic about cleaning up communities in this way.

Encourage your local and national representatives to make laws to protect Americans from obscenity.

Sign up for e-mail alerts from groups like CWA that are fighting pornography. We’ll keep you informed as to how you can act on the issue. Sign up at www.cwfa.org.

Vote! Watch how your officials and representatives are voting, acting and responding to your requests regarding obscenity. Register to vote, and encourage your friends and family to register as well!

Educate others. One voice can start a movement! Join an organized grassroots organization like CWA – we’ll be happy to tell you how you can become active at the state level (phone: 800-964-2203). Encourage your friends to join e-mail lists, or form one of your own to pass around vital information. Organize events in your community and bring in experts like the ones at this presentation.

Contribute to hard-working groups like CWA, CCV and others. We are dependent upon generous giving from people like you.

John Richter ended his remarks by asking for continuing support of American citizens:

We aren’t backing down to the purveyors of obscenity… we do not fight these battles alone. We know that folks like you here today – decent, honest Americans – support us. And it is my last privilege today to ask for your continued support as we continue to move forward. I want you to think of our team as I think of them: As those men and women, at Justice, who seek justice, by doing justice, for those who deserve justice.

*Among the presenters were Concerned Women for America (CWA) Chief Counsel Jan LaRue; Citizens for Community Values President Phil Burress; Reps. Katherine Harris (R-Florida), Mike Pence (R-Indiana) and Joe Pitts (R-Pennsylvania); Sen. Sam Brownback (R-Kansas); Acting Assistant Attorney General for the Criminal Division of the U.S. Department of Justice, John Richter; Marsha Gilmer-Tullis, Director of the Family Advocacy Division at the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children; Focus on the Family Media and Sexuality Analyst Daniel Weiss; Florida Deputy Attorney General George LeMieux; and Dr. Jeffrey Satinover, a psychiatrist, professor at Princeton University and researcher at the University of Nice.

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1 posted on 05/24/2005 1:42:29 PM PDT by CHARLITE
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To: CHARLITE

I like porn.


2 posted on 05/24/2005 1:44:05 PM PDT by conserv13
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To: conserv13

Ditto.


3 posted on 05/24/2005 1:46:32 PM PDT by Andrew LB (Another solder in the fight against liberalism.)
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To: CHARLITE
Damn. I read the whole article, and didn't see any graphic descriptions.
4 posted on 05/24/2005 1:48:29 PM PDT by evets (God bless President Bush and VP Cheney)
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To: CHARLITE

5 posted on 05/24/2005 1:48:56 PM PDT by martin_fierro (_____oooo_( ° ¿ ° )_oooo_____)
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To: Alamo-Girl; CitizenM; Beth528
http://www.cwfa.org/radio.asp
Audio of Concerned Women presentation.
6 posted on 05/24/2005 1:50:32 PM PDT by CHARLITE (Ward Churchill should pack his bags and go join a tribe in Darfur, SUDAN, with KOFI ANNAN........!!)
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To: CHARLITE

Where's the graphic material?


7 posted on 05/24/2005 1:50:51 PM PDT by GianniV
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To: CHARLITE
“The purveyors of pornography repeatedly challenge us to prove that pornography causes violent crime,” said Rep. Harris. “I challenge them to prove that it does not.”

Have the makers of chocolate milk PROVEN that it doesn't cause violent crime?

8 posted on 05/24/2005 1:51:50 PM PDT by Strategerist
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To: CHARLITE
What Average Joes can do is not buy and look at the stuff. But...

Encourage your local and national representatives to make laws to protect Americans from obscenity.

Uh oh.

9 posted on 05/24/2005 1:51:58 PM PDT by MitchellC
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To: CHARLITE
In cities where prosecutors have gone after pornographic shops and other sexually oriented businesses, all types of crimes have dropped.

Crime has generally dropped all over the country, and I suspect "all types of crimes" dropped even in places where prosecutors didn't go after porno shops.

The local porn shop is going to wither and die anyway long term; everything is the internet.

10 posted on 05/24/2005 1:54:11 PM PDT by Strategerist
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To: conserv13
I like porn

I like having real sex, but if like having your jollies on line more power to you....

11 posted on 05/24/2005 1:54:23 PM PDT by freebilly (Go Santa Cruz Baseball! Win CCS!)
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To: CHARLITE
Depends on what kind of porn your looking at. If you just like boobies then I don't see any "next step". Alot of guys have looked at Playboy all their lives and never raped or groped any woman. They just like to look at naked boobies very once and while.
12 posted on 05/24/2005 1:54:45 PM PDT by Dallas59 (" I have a great team that is going to beat George W. Bush" John Kerry -2004)
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To: CHARLITE

Nothing new under ths sun.

James 1:14-15 but each one is tempted when, by his own evil desire, he is dragged away and enticed. Then, after desire has conceived, it gives birth to sin; and sin, when it is full-grown, gives birth to death.

As the article says, a fleeting though gives way to fantacizing which in turn gives way to pornography which gives way to obsessing which leads to rape and child molesting. If the fear of the law doesn't stop them, then the law must be much harsher. I'll volunteer for the firing squad and provide my own gun and ammo.


13 posted on 05/24/2005 1:55:35 PM PDT by Blood of Tyrants (G-d is not a Republican. But Satan is definitely a Democrat.)
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To: GianniV

I had a huge discussion with my guy friends about this, some married, some not. We came to the conclusion that most guys in their late 20's, 30's and 40's who watch porn are probably doing so because their sex life stinks and they are not getting enough from their significant other. These guys, including myself, are tired of hearing the same old tired excuses and find it easier to watch porn than to beg for sex from their wife who would find it more pleasing to go visit her parents or spend time with her friends' kids or something.

Additionally, we all agreed that if we got more sex from the wives or significant others, we would probably watch less porn. My friends' wives are actually outraged that they even consider watching porn in the first place. Its a circular argument. Girl is to tired or emotional to have sex - guy gets frustrated and watches porn- girm is pissed off and does not want sex - guy is frustrated and watches porn.

I am not against pornography as much as other people are so long as it is not displayed on TV, etc etc.


14 posted on 05/24/2005 1:56:25 PM PDT by chris1 ("Make the other guy die for his country" - George S. Patton Jr.)
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To: MitchellC

You libertines can scoff but when I see pre-teens targeted by the porn industry it makes my blood boil. Ever seen www.whitehouse.com?


15 posted on 05/24/2005 1:56:47 PM PDT by JusPasenThru (http://giinthesky.blogspot.com)
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To: Blood of Tyrants

if everyone that had a "fleeting thought", or looked at porn, was raping people than there would be about 1,000 times more rapes than there are now.


16 posted on 05/24/2005 1:57:24 PM PDT by Strategerist
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To: CHARLITE

“The purveyors of pornography repeatedly challenge us to prove that pornography causes violent crime,” said Rep. Harris. “I challenge them to prove that it does not.”

Oh, Katherine, I thought you were smarter than this.

And the Ted Bundy stuff was debunked long ago.


17 posted on 05/24/2005 1:57:26 PM PDT by Gone GF
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To: Blood of Tyrants; TheBigB; Phantom Lord; Modernman; StoneColdGOP; Xenalyte
a fleeting though gives way to fantacizing which in turn gives way to pornography which gives way to obsessing which leads to rape and child molesting.

So you are saying that all the male FReepers that drool over Paris Hilton on on their way to becoming child molestors?

What a slanderous little worm you are.

18 posted on 05/24/2005 1:57:36 PM PDT by Bella_Bru (In Mercuristan, such questions are not tolerated.)
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To: JusPasenThru

What? It's no longer a porn site! Cool!

Never mind.


19 posted on 05/24/2005 1:57:41 PM PDT by JusPasenThru (http://giinthesky.blogspot.com)
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To: conserv13
I like porn.

OK, now all the child molesters, drug addicts, animal lovers (you know what I mean) and other perverts get to come on here and tell us how much they like their particular gift from Satan.

Michael Jackson, here's your chance.

20 posted on 05/24/2005 1:57:44 PM PDT by steve86
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To: Strategerist

A town with a lot of sex businesses will likely have a dirty police force.

So a drive to run them out probably means fed up homeowners elected an honest mayor.


21 posted on 05/24/2005 1:57:53 PM PDT by Sam the Sham
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To: Blood of Tyrants

My friends and I have never raped anyone and have often fantasized about many women.


22 posted on 05/24/2005 1:58:02 PM PDT by chris1 ("Make the other guy die for his country" - George S. Patton Jr.)
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To: CHARLITE
What the ‘Average Joe’ Can Do About Porn…

He can rent it. Buy it. Download it. Make it. Sell it.

Others can add their observations as well.

23 posted on 05/24/2005 1:58:34 PM PDT by Phantom Lord (Advantages are taken, not handed out)
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To: CHARLITE

It probably starts a long way before porn.


24 posted on 05/24/2005 1:58:38 PM PDT by hopespringseternal (</i>)
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To: conserv13

They don't make 'em like Keisha or Vanessa anymore...


25 posted on 05/24/2005 1:58:54 PM PDT by Clemenza (Vader 2008: In your heart, you know he's right)
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To: conserv13
Conserv...

These are a lovely pair..CLICK HERE FOR BOOBIES!
27 posted on 05/24/2005 2:00:07 PM PDT by Dallas59 (" I have a great team that is going to beat George W. Bush" John Kerry -2004)
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To: chris1
We came to the conclusion that most guys in their late 20's, 30's and 40's who watch porn are probably doing so because their sex life stinks and they are not getting enough from their significant other.

Ding. Ding. Ding. You get the "booby prize" for being correct.

28 posted on 05/24/2005 2:00:13 PM PDT by Clemenza (Vader 2008: In your heart, you know he's right)
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To: Bella_Bru
Hey now. I go for quality porn. Not the night vision stuff.

Give me Tommy and Pamela!

29 posted on 05/24/2005 2:00:21 PM PDT by Phantom Lord (Advantages are taken, not handed out)
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To: CHARLITE
“The purveyors of pornography repeatedly challenge us to prove that pornography causes violent crime,” said Rep. Harris. “I challenge them to prove that it does not.”

Pornography does not cause violent crime any more than guns kill people.

Some people use porn as an excuse for their crimes the same way some people blame their crimes on alcohol.

30 posted on 05/24/2005 2:01:32 PM PDT by Modernman ("Laws are like sausages, it is better not to see them being made. " -Bismarck)
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“I’ve never met a police officer yet who investigated a pedophile that did not find pornography. Every one of them said pornography is always on the scene.”

I've found tons of hardcore porn at meth labs. OTH those maggots have been known to sexually abuse their children in some cases.

31 posted on 05/24/2005 2:02:06 PM PDT by Horatio Gates (Mullah al-Whipple says,"Don't squeeze the Koran." Safe for septic sytems.)
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To: CHARLITE
The porno industry tends to support the Left and make war on the Right. There are some exceptions but Larry Flint and his ilk like to wrap themselves in the American flag only so they can claim the 1st amendment.

Lots of the big wigs in the industry dish out multiple genres like lezbo, homo, regular hardcore, etc. Then others pick up some specialty areas ("see the cute blond and the dog"). Nowadays the only thing that gets prosecuted regularly is child pornography. Those prosecution efforts need to be kept up and the next bit of strategy to follow should be fines for legit media like PBS that violate what should be shown on regular free TV.
32 posted on 05/24/2005 2:04:11 PM PDT by Monterrosa-24 (Technology advances. Human nature is dependably stagnant.)
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To: conserv13

I too enjoy watching damaged, molested girls coked or tweaked out of their minds getting nailed for drug money. The trick is, focus on the implants. If you look at their eyes too much, you can see just how high they really are. That just kills the moment.


33 posted on 05/24/2005 2:04:34 PM PDT by WhistlingPastTheGraveyard ("We'd rather have you dead than incapable" - The Church of Scientology)
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To: Bella_Bru
So you are saying that all the male FReepers that drool over Paris Hilton on on their way to becoming child molestors?

Well, unlike the previous thread, at least nobody is claiming that a guy pleasuring himself while watching hetero porn is committing a homosexual act.

34 posted on 05/24/2005 2:04:39 PM PDT by Modernman ("Laws are like sausages, it is better not to see them being made. " -Bismarck)
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To: CHARLITE

I've known what to do about porn since I was about 12, but thanks anyway!


35 posted on 05/24/2005 2:05:03 PM PDT by AntiGuv (™)
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To: CHARLITE
Many things are addicting. I happen to be able to have one, two or three beers and then stop. Some people can't.

I think a distinction should be made between pornography and child pornography. When the officer said every pedophile had porn I wonder if it was child pornography. That's different, and sick.

36 posted on 05/24/2005 2:05:09 PM PDT by Dilbert56
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To: CHARLITE
"Where should we start? Maybe with this statement from Phil Burress, president of Citizens for Community Values in Cincinnati, Ohio: “I’ve never met a police officer yet who investigated a pedophile that did not find pornography. Every one of them said pornography is always on the scene.”"

I've never meat a police officer yet who investigated a homicide that did not find air on the scene.

Silly generalizations make the rest of the argument unworthy of my time.

37 posted on 05/24/2005 2:05:09 PM PDT by Outlaw76 (Citizens on the Bounce!)
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To: cjshapi

Nanny-stater ping.


38 posted on 05/24/2005 2:05:28 PM PDT by Junior (“Even if you are one-in-a-million, there are still 6,000 others just like you.”)
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To: CHARLITE
“I’ve never met a police officer yet who investigated a pedophile that did not find pornography.

I think the logic here is that, since all pedophiles look at porn, anybody who looks at porn is a potential pedophile.

And since Ted Bundy looked at porn, everybody who looks at porn is a potential serial killer.

Do I have that right?

39 posted on 05/24/2005 2:05:42 PM PDT by E. Pluribus Unum (Controlled substance laws created the federal health care monopoly and fund terrorism.)
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To: Strategerist

Since you can't prove a negative, it appears the nanny-staters are a bit illogical...


40 posted on 05/24/2005 2:06:17 PM PDT by Junior (“Even if you are one-in-a-million, there are still 6,000 others just like you.”)
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To: Bella_Bru
Couldn't resist huh?
I quit commenting on these threads because the only argument one sees from the terminally clueless is "So, you are defending pedophiles, huh?", no matter if the comment was, "Oranges are sour, sometimes".

Makes you wonder who the real freaks are.

41 posted on 05/24/2005 2:06:24 PM PDT by Publius6961 (The most abundant things in the universe are hydrogen, ignorance and stupidity.)
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To: Dallas59

I knew clicking on that link was going to make me feel like an idiot...


42 posted on 05/24/2005 2:06:25 PM PDT by WhistlingPastTheGraveyard ("We'd rather have you dead than incapable" - The Church of Scientology)
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To: CHARLITE

Porn is one of the biggest problems and causer of problems in our society today, largely because so many use the erroneous excuse, "I like it, and it's not harming anyone."

This kind of attitude can only be turned 'round by Jesus.


43 posted on 05/24/2005 2:07:52 PM PDT by k2blader ("A kingdom of conscience ... That is what lies at the end of Crusade.")
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To: Publius6961

No, i couldn't resist on that comment. Saying that a fleeting thought leads to rape is just beyond the pale.


44 posted on 05/24/2005 2:08:04 PM PDT by Bella_Bru (In Mercuristan, such questions are not tolerated.)
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To: E. Pluribus Unum
Do I have that right?

More or less. All rottweilers are dogs, so all dogs must be rottweilers.

45 posted on 05/24/2005 2:08:09 PM PDT by Modernman ("Laws are like sausages, it is better not to see them being made. " -Bismarck)
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To: Blood of Tyrants

Plenty of RINO porn apologists on this thread, as expected. Good to see at least few common sense posters.


46 posted on 05/24/2005 2:08:22 PM PDT by balch3
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To: WhistlingPastTheGraveyard

Well.....Just say no.


47 posted on 05/24/2005 2:08:26 PM PDT by Dallas59 (" I have a great team that is going to beat George W. Bush" John Kerry -2004)
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To: freebilly
I like having real sex

You better not like anything other than male-superior missionary position without barriers, or they'll be coming (so to speak) after you next.

48 posted on 05/24/2005 2:08:43 PM PDT by Larry Lucido
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To: JusPasenThru

I'm all for rounding up sickos who sexually exploit minors, but 'protecting Americans from obscenities' is a bit much. If one adult wants to look at another adult naked, with their consent, in private... I might not care for it, but using resources to prosecute it is a waste.


49 posted on 05/24/2005 2:10:15 PM PDT by MitchellC
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To: Bella_Bru

Paris Hilton is worth drooling over. She is physically repulsive in my book.


50 posted on 05/24/2005 2:11:16 PM PDT by tomahawk (http://tomahawkblog.blogspot.com/)
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