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First They Came For The Porn...

Then They Came For The Games!

Dixons, and Game have banned it. HMV can't sell enough of it...

It's Manhunt. It's the new game from Rockstar, and it's the latest imaginery threat to society that simply must be banned according to the same mainstream media that refuses point blank to speak out on the very real ongoing horrors of state run paedo sex rings!

It looks a bit crap to me, although recently I've been playing Full Spectrum Warrior on Xbox. Apparently, it's based on a training aid developed for the US army. I've no idea how many computer generated characters I killed in that game, but all it takes is for some lunatic to blame their actions on it, or even a wild rumour "I heard that particular nutter liked to play Full Spectrum Warrior" and the "How many more must die before something is done" brigade will demand that it too must be banned...

A friend of mine recently jumped off a motorway bridge into the path of an oncoming juggernaut.

Needless to say, I had no idea he was feeling that low, and I've no doubt that's a sentiment shared by all his friends and family, along with the question "Why?"

From what I've heard since his death, it was over a girl. Although personally, I don't blame his actions on a single event, or more specifically a single person, as in all such cases, the phrase "The straw that broke the camels back" comes to mind.

I've no intention of hijacking the grief of Alan's friends and family by goading them into a "How many more must die before something is done" ban all bridges campaign, as that would be sick and offensive, not to mention stupid. But that's exactly how the media deal with the grieving relatives of whatever victims they wish to use as political footballs in order to further the aims of selected lobbying groups.

When I was a kid, the internet hadn't been invented, so we used to watch all our porn on VHS. Any kid finding his parents secret porn stash would immeditately be showered in instant popularity as they invited friends round after school to watch.

One day we all piled round a friends who'd found "I Spit On Your Grave" under their parents bed. It was a "video nasty" as they were called at the time. There was a big media fuss with a load of self righteous wankers lecturing the entire country about how the new found uncensored entertainment to be found within the home VCR boom of the early eighties was evil and would harm us all unless we all surrendered our rights to watch them.

What was happening was prior to the advent of the sub £500 home VCR the only way people could watch movies was either on TV, or at the cinema, both of which were well regulated and controlled. Then, with the boom in home VCR sales, came a boom in video rental stores, and with it videos to watch, a large proportion of which were bypassing the strict UK censorship laws by going straight to video, which was nowhere near as regulated as TV or cinema simply for the fact that it was new technology that was yet to establish itself.

Quite a few movies popped up that could never be shown in their uncensored state on TV, or in the cinema, and the tabloid press labelled them "video nasties" calling for new laws to be brought in to snatch away this new found freedom of entertainment in order to protect us all from it's evil influence.

Nobody took any notice of them of course, and all they ended up doing was making "video nasties" even cooler than they already were, as any video making it on to the blacklist became an instant classic in its own right, and an absolute must see.

I Spit On Your Grave had made it onto the list owing to the graphic rape scene, in which the main female character of the film gets gangraped, and then appears to start enjoying it.

I found the actual rape scene very confusing as a child, especially when she started screaming for more. What I couldn't work out at the time was if she was genuinely "enjoying it" in the sense that if a bunch of queers tied a straight man up and started sucking him off, it doesn't matter how much he screams and tries to fight them off, sooner or later he's going to get a hard on, and if the queers keep on sucking, he'll inevitably shoot his load? Or was she trying to give her rapists the impression she was "enjoying it", so they wouldn't slap her about so much for refusing their sexual demands?

It all becomes perfectly clear as to whether or not she really was "enjoying it" if you watch it through to the end to see which one she marries...

As I say, this was back when I was a kid, and the internet was yet to become what we know it as today, but the fact is, we all scoured our parents bedrooms in the hope of finding their secret porn stash in the same way that we all scoured their bedrooms in search of our Christmas presents. If we were lucky, we'd strike gold and find our treasure!

I've no doubt the teenagers of today are no different from what we were like when we were their age, only nowadays they do their searching for porn on the internet, which brings me on to a nagging suspicion that's been rattling around in the back of my head for some time now...

When I was a kid, all the porn we were exposed to had been vetted by our parents. None of the parents actually sat any of their kids down and said "Here's a porn movie... Enjoy!" but we found it anyway, and in doing so, we became aware of what our parents watched when we were all tucked up in bed, and with it, an unspoken awareness of what was socially acceptable.

I saw all manner of bizarre fetish porn throughout my childhood, as did all my friends, but the one fetish that none of us ever saw was child porn, as it simply wasn't on the menu. Nowadays however, with the teenagers of today seeking their porn on the internet, it is on the menu, which brings me back to that nagging suspicion.

My greatest fear is that the generation below me view child porn in the same way that my generation view shit eating, beastiality, puke porn, sado masochism and the like...

Just another bizarre fetish!

It's a fear that's been compounded over the years in my dealings with other adult webmasters when, on the rare occasions I stumble into kiddy porn from a link on their site, and tell them about it, they ignore it.

If my fears are correct, and it looks like they are, then what happens when that generation below me (under 25's) grow up to become the movers and shakers of tomorrow?

The worst case scenario is effective decriminalisation of child porn within forty years!

07/Oct/2004



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