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Conversing with a prudish, gender-mixed group, the subject lingers on the immoral and sick practice of porn-watching..... do you?.

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Submitted by graymane (33)
Angrily walk away 0% 0 Votes
Politely excuse yourself 16% 6 Votes
Silently hang-in. Might learn 34% 13 Votes
Avoid censure, just nod 16% 6 Votes
Vehemently voice opposition 24% 9 Votes
Break out DVD Teen-lust 11% 4 Votes

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Aug 31, 2010

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247skizia (5) I've learned that trying to convince people to feel differently about something they feel strongly about is the best way to lose friends and alienate people. I might counter specific points of theirs, however I would remain mostly silent and allow them their tirade.
08-31-10  12:12am

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Capn (28) Politely excuse and move on.

There is no way you are going to convince bigoted people.

08-31-10  01:23am

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bootsulike (7) i, for example, might point out double standards of mainstream "culture" which frowns upon porn, but accepts images, particularly in advertising, with strong sexual connotations.
08-31-10  02:12am

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Drooler (220) I don't usually find myself hanging around such people to begin with, but were I amongst them due to some unforeseeable circumstance and porn-watcher-bashing became the activity, I'm quite sure that I wouldn't be the only one nodding silently in false concurrence.

I've never really quite been able to understand it, but people who make it habit of moralizing are usually very hypocritical and at least as deep into various sins as are those who don't.

So I'd be learning things about them, and I doubt they'd realize it.

08-31-10  05:49am

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exotics4me (463) Seeing that they're most likely judgmental, self-righteous weirdos, I would throw into the conversation, "it's such a shame that some people believe their way is the only way to live" and walk away.
08-31-10  11:54am

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lk2fireone (196) Not in my backyard. If you understand the reasoning behind that, then you understand that porn is evil, will contaminate anyone who comes into contact with it, and if you are foolish enough to admit that you might have seen a pornographic image once in your life, you risk being excommunicated from polite society.

Of course, those same people can fuck and suck and do whatever, because that's their God-given right.

It's not quite hypocrisy. It's more like double-vision: They see themselves as blessed, and we are obviously damned.

08-31-10  03:22pm

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pat362 (375) This is not the kind of subject that's ever been brought up during any of the social gatherings that I've attended but for argument sake. To what advantage would it be to argue the point of porn watching to a group of people who are set against it? There are far more amorale and sick subject that I'd rather discuss with a mixed group. How about the fact that "The Situation" from Jersey Shore is likely to make 5 millions dollars. If that's not imorale and sick then I don't know what is.
08-31-10  06:34pm

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MinNiche (2) I have never had that conversation in real life. Generally all of my friends are avid pornophiles to some niche or other.

I suppose my personality is such that I believe the constitution covers all freedoms of speech. Also for the record porongraphy is not immoral or sick.

08-31-10  09:06pm

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turboshaft (24) "Silently hang-in. Might learn" After all, know thy enemy! ; - )

I have long gotten use to not having my tastes and views on the world accepted by most groups of people I encounter, porn really isn't much different, though to be honest I have never actually conversed with a group described in the question, or really anything that close to it. But who am I to judge them, and who are they to judge me?

08-31-10  09:23pm

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slutty (111) As many have said, probably not a discussion worth joining - I'd probably shrug my shoulders and walk away unless I were particularly drunk and they were being particularly obnoxious about it.
08-31-10  10:11pm

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RustyJ (145) None of them really but hanging around to get wiser is probably closest to what I'd do.
09-01-10  09:26am

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bowling (Suspended) None of them really but hanging around to get wiser is probably closest to what I'd do.
09-01-10  09:51am

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graymane (33) I'm not a bible scholar, but I do know one verse of scripture that would fit perfectly introduced to this kind of bigoted drivel. And I wouldn't hesitate a nano-second piping in with it..... " He that is without sin cast the first stone."
And if I was feeling the right kind of buzz from my last beer, I might chime-in with "Don't knock it 'till you've tried it."
Everyone who knows me well (including relatives) knows I'm into porn, And they judge me on the merits of my actions with the live creatures with whom and what I share this planet... and I'm proud to say that takes presidence ....something I'm well satisified with.

09-01-10  05:48pm

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BadMrFrosty (56) I dont live my life through the eyes of others so I have no problem talking about my porn watching should the conversation turn that way. Should they think that watching porn makes me a "sick pervert" or whatever close minded label they would put on me, they would not be a person who's opinion I would value thus I would not care what they think of me.
09-06-10  02:01am

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RagingBuddhist (65) Depending on the situation, although the line between go and no-go is kind of a gray area, I'd probably take the shot at a group of close-minded, holier-than-thou types.
09-13-10  03:10pm

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gaypornolover (38) Happened to me - at work! I just told the lady that I enjoyed watching porn and asked if she thought I was a pervert! She was surprised, said no and left it at that.

Hardly a man on the planet who hasn't used porn and in the age of the internet more and more pople have at least tried it a few times.

07-10-11  01:09pm

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