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Could you sit next to a porn star, while watching the porn they performed in?  Or would it be too awkward?

*Confession time*


I'm very odd on the topic of sex and sexuality and I know that. My family was incredibly open and forthright on sex and nudity.  At home, my family quite often walked around in the nude or just in their underwear, they openly discussed their sex-life (current and previous) but then also layered over the top of that norm massive amounts of puritanical christian guilt around why anything other than family non-sexual nudity was totally unacceptable, that porn was evil, that sex outside of marriage was a sin comparable to murder and that masturbation or even non-chaste thoughts made you the agent of the devil.

Short version, I've grown and educated myself since then but have a massive childhood moral hangover that influences my opinion on all things related to sexuality, and that combination can surface in unusual ways.

For instance I love porn, but can't watch strippers...  unless I know them.  

I view porn as a product created by people in the same way that I view a painting of a person as an object created by someone.  Just because a person creates an object, even if they are integral to it's creation, does not make them an object.  Once the artist has completed their art, they are no longer part of the product, and at all times that person retains their autonomy.  So as long as the person involved in porn did so with consent - what's the problem?

I feel awkward about strippers because unlike porn, it feels intimate - I can't divorce the product and the person from each other and I'm personally not ok being intimate with people I don't know.

I remember at my bucks party two strippers were hired to serve drinks, but with the express instruction that they could be risque, but kept their clothes on, as I've made my position on this particular topic very clear. Over the course of that evening one of the women sat down with me and talked to me about her life, her family, her kids, her ambitions - she was utterly lovely. Eventually she said she'd been asked by most of the others if she'd be willing to do a show and assured me she could do a very tasteful performance without making me feel awkward, so I agreed.  The strange thing was, once I'd gotten to know her as a person, it didn't feel sexual anymore, or invasive, I was simply admiring a beautiful human being doing something they took a lot of pride in and were amazing at.

So... could I watch porn with the people who performed it?  If it was created with their consent, if they enjoyed their work, if I'd been given a chance to get to know them... yeah, I think I could.


If you came here looking to spew hate on porn and/or pornstars due to objectification/moral protests - please don't think you're helpful or righteous - you're spreading the stigmatization of human sexuality, and that is all.  If you're part of the conservative feminist movement - read this - then evolve to lipstick feminism (or better yet, become equality agnostic and fight to help both genders). If you're a conservative christian... I have no idea what you're doing on the blog of a guy who wrote a book called Cockblocked by Jesus, but feel free to take a look around and tell your friends what a heathen I am; free press is a gift and I'm sure this article is the tip of the iceberg for things that are likely to offend you here. eg - Here's my take on religion.




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