Morality in Media

  • The Dirty Dozen: 12 Porn Facilitators

    Sasha Grey

    Sasha Grey

    Unfortunately, this is not a blog post about the Lee Marvin movie The Dirty Dozen. Although, that is a great movie. The movie is about a group of convicted felons that get recruited by Lee Marvin to participate in a top secret mission. The mission? Infiltrate a castle controlled by German forces in France.

    Seriously, it’s a great movie. If you like war movies, you need to see The Dirty Dozen.

    This blog post is actually about a new Dirty Dozen, Morality in Media’s Dirty Dozen.

    Morality in Media is a faith-based, anti-pornography group that wants to censor anything they deem to be “obscene”. So they hate stuff like porn, anything gay, rap music, rock n roll, cellphones, the internet, books, anything violent. You know, all the usual suspects.

    They’ve just released a list of the top 12 facilitators of porn in America. Let’s see who they think is a problem: Continue Reading

    April 2, 2013 • Sex News • Views: 1579

  • San Francisco’s Solution to Pornography in Public

    via KTVU

    Public libraries are invaluable to the small percentage of the population that don’t have internet access or even own a computer. Being able to surf in the privacy of our own home is something that can be easily taken for granted. Would you not be too embarrassed to pin your photos on in a public place?

    The internet-less people of the world are only human. Public place or not, they do the same surfing as us. And more often than not they are looking at pornography. It is discouraged but the silent atmosphere makes public disgrace a difficult movement to spark.

    San Francisco’s Main Library has come up with a creative new solution that combines the interests of perverts and prudes. Plastic privacy screens have been installed on the monitor so passerby’s aren’t offended by something they see on the monitor.

    Continue Reading

    July 26, 2012 • Sex News • Views: 372