• Yes

  • No

87% 26 votes
13% 4 votes
  • Porn lowers rape by creating a sexually satisfied population. http://www.slate.com/articles/arts/everyday_economics/2006/10/how_the_web_prevents_rape.html

  • If single people can't have an outlet for which to release pent up energy and sexual frustration, you only create more serial rapists, not decrease them. Masterbation is a normal, healthy part of human life and should not be limited by arbitrary and outdated standards.

  • Freedom of Speech and Freedom of Action covers the legalization of porn

  • this would be an absurd law.

  • Porn should be legal because I need a boner

  • Almost all porn, is made by men, for men, often using women. Almost porn, shows some degree and variation on women being degrading, defiled, humiliated, dominated, f*****, or otherwise hurt by a man, often several men. Most men enjoy watching porn, we are the perverted sex!

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briantheliberal says2015-08-05T04:30:50.4508104Z
Triangle, what is the point in watching porn if it's not being produced? That is just bad for society, both socially and economically.
triangle.128k says2015-08-05T04:31:48.7946094Z
The consumers could access foreign porn websites, or ones on the darknet.
triangle.128k says2015-08-05T04:32:20.6188134Z
Banning it, or reducing consumption rights would actually be good for society both socially and economically.
triangle.128k says2015-08-05T04:35:17.2899459Z
An outright ban might not be the answer, but we should at least try to make it less of a problem.
briantheliberal says2015-08-05T05:16:55.4905349Z
Triangle, Banning porn will result in nothing but individuals being unnecessarily targeted, arrested, and prosecuted when they aren't even directly harming anyone else, similar to the drug war, and we all know how well that is working. And like the drug war, it will also lead to an increase in other more serious crimes. Not to mention the consumption and distribution of porn adds billions of dollars to the economy every year. I thought conservatives loved capitalism.
briantheliberal says2015-08-05T05:19:40.7735944Z
Porn was never really a "problem" to begin with...
triangle.128k says2015-08-05T14:50:06.5474179Z
@briantheliberal Like I said, I don't think consumers of porn should be punished or anything. I wouldn't support going to the level of the drug war either. But I would support heavily taxing, shrinking or even abolishing the American porn industry.
triangle.128k says2015-08-05T14:52:41.0196081Z
I'm not entirely conservative either. The porn industry may make a lot money, but the porn consumption rates are crazy. Reducing porn consumption could actually help the economy, because porn can drain dopamine from your brain. Dopamine helps give you extra motivation and energy, but it's exhausted when you watch pornographic content.
triangle.128k says2015-08-05T14:54:43.9951964Z
Cutting down on pornography may seem like a harmful thing at first, as we would shrink the economy and etc. But in the long term, people would have better mental health for not watching pornography. The increased dopamine would make them work harder and contribute more to society or the economy.
dmussi12 says2015-08-05T18:54:12.3626220Z
Is it the government's job to enforce people's dopamine levels? Should depression be illegal too? And sad movies?
triangle.128k says2015-08-05T19:20:42.4233206Z
Meth and Heroin are illegal.
triangle.128k says2015-08-05T19:21:07.2898800Z
Meth effects people's dopamine levels, so what's the difference?
dmussi12 says2015-08-05T21:31:02.9357458Z
Meth makes people die, but ok
triangle.128k says2015-08-05T21:34:20.6875194Z
You could say 'it's not the government's job' for literally anything. One could say 'it's not the government's job to force people into not murdering each other.'
triangle.128k says2015-08-05T21:34:27.5466574Z
You could say 'it's not the government's job' for literally anything. One could say 'it's not the government's job to force people into not murdering each other.'
JernHenrik says2016-07-10T09:32:51.5426984Z
More porn, please!

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