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🎞 I have to admire the commenter below who equates Hollywood with pornography. This person must have led a sheltered life. Real porno doesn't come from Hollywood.
"what would Ben Shapiro say about Classical Rome?"-- the truth, of course: a culture addicted to cruelty
You do not have to agree with everything in the book to agree that there is a porn problem. I know people who's marriage broke up over what started as a little viewing of porn and strip club visits and turned into an addiction that ruined their relationship. I do agree that Hollywood keeps going for the shock value. Hollywood's elite telling people what is normal is a joke. Their protection, and praise of sexual deviants is in the news constantly. He also brings up Kinsey's flawed research that was supposed to represent the normal. Kinsey's research was heavily based on prisoners and Nazi research it is my understanding. Not normal at all.
What a joke. A Google of studies done shows REPEATEDLY that pornography viewing is much, much more prevalent in Red States (also known as the Real Welfare States), states that are consistently and highly conservative. The most recent study that I noted showed that 9 out of 10 of the top pornography viewing States were consistent conservative States and that 7 out of the 10 were located in the Deep South and a couple Border States.
Just as interesting was that the "Deeper Red" the state, the heavier the porn usage.
Just more examples of conservative hypocrisy and Shapiro's idiotic beliefs.
Lol, what is this. Old person rants at people doing a thing somehow corrupting 'the future'? Moral relativism? What would he have said about classical Rome, I wonder.
B.S. scatterings: http://www.rightwingwatch.org/category/people/ben-shapiro . . . . “I consider the official Catholic attitude on divorce, birth control, and censorship exceedingly dangerous to mankind.” Bertrand Russell from Dear Bertrand Russell: A Selection of His Correspondence with the General Public 1950-68 . . . . more of Russell on pornography: http://www.the-philosopher.co.uk/mclach.htm . . .
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