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thelegendarybirdmonster wrote

The argument is kinda flawed because porn of people without their consent is already illegal and nobody supports it.

Data would be interesting thought


GlangSnorrisson wrote (edited )

Yeah it’s a bit like being anti-sex because some people are raped.

Being anti-abuse/non-consensual porn doesn’t have to throw voluntary porn makers under the bus.

To me it sounds like some mental gymnastics to justify an overly broad attitude towards porn.

It also reeks of authoritarian and shitty methods such as criminalization of various things etc.


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GlangSnorrisson wrote (edited )

More than that, the suspicion that people would ignore the illegal content to support the legal content is really poorly founded.

It sounds like someone projecting their absolutist views onto others.


emma wrote

I haven't seen any data on this, and honestly I doubt it exists.