Is Measure B really hurting porn?
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25-01-2014, 01:57 PM
RE: Is Measure B really hurting porn?
I can only speak for myself... If I had to rate ANY sex without a condom from 1-10, it would range from 7 at the worst, to 10. Now of all the times I've had sex and worn a condom, the experiences range from 2-6 out of 10. So since the worst sex ive had without a condom is still better than that best ive had with a condom. I simply can't seem to enjoy scenes where they're involved.
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25-01-2014, 01:57 PM
RE: Is Measure B really hurting porn?
I'll bet a Venn Diagram made up of "Dummies", "Smarties", and "People Who Whine About Wearing Condoms" would show the greatest overlap between Dummies and People Who Whine About Wearing Condoms.

That may sound judgmental. It's okay to express that going bareback is preferable to wrapping up. I think a person who knows the inherent dangers yet treads in without protection is a damn fool.



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25-01-2014, 02:04 PM
RE: Is Measure B really hurting porn?
But to get back to the original question. Measure B is hurting a local economy and enriching another.
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25-01-2014, 02:07 PM
RE: Is Measure B really hurting porn?
And that is exactly why you can go ahead and wear a condom anytime you like.

I don't even bother with casual sex unless I know the person well. I haven't had a one nighter in years because I simply detest wearing a condom but dont want any infections.

The point is that PORN actors shouldn't be forced to wear a condom. Their decision is no danger to us, and we are in no position to force anybody to wear a condom. Mandatory STI testing is already a common practice.
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25-01-2014, 02:17 PM
RE: Is Measure B really hurting porn?
(25-01-2014 01:25 PM)BrokenQuill92 Wrote:  
(25-01-2014 04:43 AM)Vosur Wrote:  That's easy for you to say since you can't tell the difference. Laughat

But seriously, this is not an issue. There is already so much porn out there that you wouldn't be able to watch it all even if that was all you did for the rest of your life.

True I can't tell the difference but for those who can isn't it a bit childish to let a thin piece of latex completely ruin your entertainment? Maybe it's me being female but I just don't get why men whine so about condoms.

- Significantly less pleasure
- Obvious barrier inhibiting real contact
- Latex allergies
- Sensitive skin irritated by even non-latex alternatives
- Potential lubrication issues
- Potential circulation issues

While the condoms PURPOSE is great, even the basic mechanism of stopping sperm is a bummer.
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25-01-2014, 03:53 PM
RE: Is Measure B really hurting porn?
Measure B is bad, but Measure C will be worse: advertising printed on condoms. Soon there will be movies like "My kitty really likes the McDonald's hot dog". Anyway I'm glad it's not law against B-cups. B-cups are fine, nothing wrong with them.
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25-01-2014, 10:32 PM
RE: Is Measure B really hurting porn?
(25-01-2014 01:57 PM)Regular_Joe Wrote:  I'll bet a Venn Diagram made up of "Dummies", "Smarties", and "People Who Whine About Wearing Condoms" would show the greatest overlap between Dummies and People Who Whine About Wearing Condoms.

Were I to make a wager, I would wager that most sex acts don't involve condoms and are not particularly risky either. Why? Because most sex acts happen in committed relationships where such dangers are minimal.

I can understand the nanny state passing idiotic laws about condom usage in pron, but let's not pretend such laws are reasonable. Most laws are over the top and idiotic.

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26-01-2014, 06:12 AM
RE: Is Measure B really hurting porn?
I imagine (I don't know the full picture or even a slight part of the picture to really make an informed decision, but I can has a guess) the law was passed in whatever country it was passed because the person in power's voter base is old and/or conservatives. Thus it's a way to pander to those people's idiotic view of the world and figuratively suck their dicks. With a condom on of course.

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