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Nudity is everywhere now. Pornography is everywhere now. Do you really need to keep watching it?

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Is people actually more offended by “gangbang porn” or “wet dreams”?

The fact that people are shocked about Nudity in porn has become like saying “the sky isn’t blue” — even though it’s true. The fact that many will associate a “naked woman” with porn, never mind “vagina or any other part of the female anatomy,” shows a double standard is present.

If you watch pornography and you have children who watch porn, you are going to have real conversations with them on what porn is and how to interpret its visual and textual meanings.

If you don’t watch porn, you aren’t going to know what it means. You won’t get the backstory. You won’t fully understand the psychology of each scene, or why some are simulated but some are real. You won’t feel what the actors are feeling. Pornography is designed to obfuscate these elements, and to keep you ignorant of these nuances.

OnlyFans’ Senior Vice President Rich Thomas spoke to the American Family Association “Freedom of Speech Radio” program and explained why the company has decided to ban sexually explicit content. He claims that the sexually explicit videos:

“[C]ome with heavy graphic scenes and graphic language, and then they exist in this mode where you really have to gird your loins to understand what the hell’s going on with certain scenes.”

Thomas explained that pornography has become too prominent and the content is offensive because of the constant bombardment of sexual images. The strategy of only giving XXX content and rating the films accordingly is simply ignoring this trend and keeping the content on the fringe of obscenity.

He mentioned the many studies showing that highly graphic and frequent violent sex acts in pornography can trigger sexual violence among young people, and even lead to greater, physical violence.

Thomas said he stopped watching porn and got sexually oriented himself, but it wasn’t until he was a father that he understood the devastating impact of pornography on the kids he loves.

“It’s not a matter of whether or not I want to keep my family safe from a risk of violence, and that’s a religious conviction we don’t feel comfortable with — because we would accept that risk, to protect that, and to keep our kids safe,” Thomas explained.

He says the XXX movie industry is loaded with lewdness and wants to help prevent sexual violence and mental health effects among young people.

When they are up on stage watching their movies, they say to the actors, “Hey man, we are not big jerks. We don’t want you to be assaulted or anything.”

What happens to those “naughty” movies now is up to all those people who signed up. Will they watch them? Will it harm them and their families? Will it affect their sexual behavior?

OnlyFans wants to keep kids safe. Is their manifesto good for kids?

We wish we could make your videos an innocent addition to your viewing habits, but alas we are living in a world with 330 million miles of mostly uncensored porn. OnlyFans cannot get rid of this material, so they will try to mitigate its influence by providing more educational content along with the usual unrealistic and unrealistic entertainment it.

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