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BrowseDuringClass1917 wrote (edited )

Reply to comment by !deleted20335 in by !deleted8445

Restorative and rehabilitative justice are things which exist. For me, every crime should be treated first through those means, with a focus on reintegrating the criminal into society with support and new opportunities. Only the most heinous criminals, that is serial murderers, rapists, etc. would be forced to stay in a prison system.

I just think China is right to ban pornography, I don’t know anything about their justice system to be able to make a judgement in that regard.

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BrowseDuringClass1917 wrote

I don’t know, I know nothing about the conditions of China.

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BrowseDuringClass1917 wrote (edited )

As a hobby? Better sex education and a wider societal shift which doesn’t view sex as a cheap commodity to be thrown around willy nilly, for lack of a better term. However, hobbyist and non-commodity porn is probably fine to exist despite my personal attitudes, but that’s not sex work, because it’s not work. This type of porn can only exist in some sort of post-capitalist society though.

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BrowseDuringClass1917 wrote (edited )

but hobby pornographers are a thing right now, in capitalist countries.

Not true hobby pornography, as it exists in the context of a sick capitalist society. There is no real true hobby of any kind.

u are worthy of a ban if you keep saying stuff like that imo.

Why?

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NOISEBOB wrote

I know nothing about the conditions of China.

I just think China is right to ban pornography

LOL

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BrowseDuringClass1917 wrote

You’re bad at pointing out contradictions. I can think China is right about banning porn without knowing how it would be best for them to implement such a ban. A ban on porn is something I support regardless of country, the implementation of such a ban is unique to each country. This is not contradictory.

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