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Have you ever denied watching porn (to a partner, friend, family member, co-worker, etc)?

Type: General
Yes 17% 7 Votes
Maybe once or twice 31% 13 Votes
No 24% 10 Votes
It's never come up 29% 12 Votes

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42 Votes Total

Jan 7, 2010

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lk2fireone (194) It hasn't come up. Thankfully, we don't live in a police state where we have to fill out a daily questionnaire on our sex habits. But maybe that would be a great idea to require for our grammar/elementary school students. Kick the perverts out of school and stop the contamination.
01-07-10  06:31am

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Jay G (65) REPLY TO #1 - lk2fireone :

Great idea. If we kick all the pervert students out of school, there'll be no one left and our taxes will go way down.

Schooling is such a bad idea anyway: everything necessary can be learned at your local church, synagogue, or mosque. An example would be that sex is only for procreation in the missionary position and is sinful if there is any pleasure.

Science has always been a bad idea also: life would be so much holier without electricity.

01-07-10  09:24am

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GCode (101) Well I can see a friend or lover asking about it but if anyone other than that asked me I would have to see them as creepy for asking in the first place. I put that it's never came up because I've never had someone from that area ask me but I have had discussions with friends about porn and even watched it with them as well. It's not like a large topic that's discussed and it is rarely watched together but it has happened. However, if it ever came up from a friend or lover I would never deny it (I'd probably deny how nasty some of the shit I watch can get) but probably state some mainstream shit that I've seen.
01-07-10  02:30pm

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pat362 (371) It's never come up in a conversation and I'm not sure what I'd say. I guess it depends who's asking and the context.
01-07-10  06:29pm

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PinkPanther (46) If someone asks me directly, I'll answer honestly. But I've got friends that think that porn is the root cause of evil in the universe, pretty much, and believe the most sensationalistic bs out there - some friends of mine were going on the other day about how prevalent torture porn was, how it's all over the internet, blah blah blah. Is it even worth getting into it with people that are that convinced of their own utter correct-ness? No, not in my opinion, so I don't say anything at all about my own tastes and perspectives. If there's a reasonable discussion going on, I'll certainly jump in.
01-07-10  06:29pm

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turboshaft (24) REPLY TO #5 - PinkPanther :

Sounds just as bad as trying to talk about politics, at least without everyone yelling or getting atop their respective soapboxes. Maybe viewing porn is like voting; you either do it or you don't, but you generally try and keep your choices private. And like politics you probably not going to change anyone's mind very easily, if at all.
01-07-10  11:32pm

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james4096 (126) I've never been directly asked, but I try to give the appearance of someone who would never watch porn.
01-08-10  11:37am

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