Porn

Apparently it drives the internet. I’ve just read somewhere that it was the people wanting more porn and more high quality porn that were the early adopters of high-speed connections, DVD players and re-writers and apparently Google searches for matters porn related are number one. So, given that this has this status, why don’t bloggers blog about it ?

I can’t remember seeing a post that discussed the merits of a certain video, or the artistic poses of naked people. Is it just me leading a sheltered blog-hopping life or is porn really not spoken about ? Why isn’t it ? Surely there is good porn and bad porn, there must be good sources and complete rip-off sites ? So why are bloggers discussing the relative merits of what is a huge hidden commodity ?

Or is porn just hidden away from prying eyes on a machine (probably in somewhere like C:\WINDOWS\system32\CatRoot) – I can imagine that on some computers, each user could have their own stash on the HD yet each would plead innocence).
I suppose I should declare my position – I have no porn on any machine (though some of the wallpapers I have downloaded in torrents has been risque). It’s not through any moral high-ground, it’s because with two daughters, they would totally freak if they ever found any. In this post from last week I mentioned a calendar ….. even if I purchased a “Mary Whitehouse Approved” calendar of attractive females it would be frowned upon. I’m not about to risk either of them accidentally clicking an mpeg featuring some sweaty skin action.

But it’s not about me, or you, it’s just my surprise that this subject is not discussed in an arena which would seem to pride itself on being able to talk about anything at all.

4 thoughts on “Porn

  1. Maybe there aren’t many one-handed typists to let the world know? ;)

    Sorry…that was a really low joke, whoops – no pun intended :)

    Technorati comes up with nothing (filtered?) but bloglines throws up a tonne of lists including ‘veganporn’ which I have no idea what that could be about…oh…just thought and yes I do.

    (would have confirmed it but MBH wouldn’t be pleased)

  2. one minute the tabloids are berating the internet and labelling it evil for being responsible for the dissemination of porn, people killing themselves and other people and the next? It’s heralded as a great tool for helping keep families and friends informed about their loved ones involved with the tsunami disaster.

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