Mar 11th 2011 11:46AM This looks boring, oh so boring, to the adult me. The kid me would probably have refused to enter this room at all. Although the car is cute, I'd've played with that and used the chair to stage murder mysteries.
Apr 26th 2006 7:06PM 15 here in the computer room.
No way to trace my history.
No parental blocks.
And all I'm doing is playing on my mom's aol.
Goody two shoes here bringing you my opinion 7 days a week if I could get out of school.
I'm female and I've never seen a naked person outside of a library book (school book too, they block everything on the computer and have naked men in the psycology books) or biology book. I believe masturbation is perfectly healthy, as is sexual desire. We're human, our bodies tell us were hungery we eat, our bodies tell us they want sex we jerk off like good people instead of raping a boy/girl (cough bible allows rape of unwed/unengaged virgins who must then marry attacker so do other cultures cough).
Porn is simply a tool, while in adult men if it isn't an activity used for spicing up your own sex life it can be detrimental I see no problem for a teenage boy to be looking at it at long as it doesn't promote things like real rape, beastiality, child porn ectra. I've read written porn, my parents know this. As long as I don't allow my younger sibling(s) to see it I can. You have to trust your child to know when they are mature enough to know the difference between looking at porn and a Peeping Tom.
It doesn't make women seem more like objects than any song/music video/ or many religious writings. Including the Ann Floyd message. Nice to know my husband doesn't have to please me. Of course marriage couldn't be about mental intamacy, simple cuddling or learning about the other person so you better make sure you're good in bed. I could go into a nice debate about the Christian/American way of raising boys to see women as sex objects but that would be going off topic.
In closing the only bad thing I can see would be the fact that if they boy was a virgin when married he's lose the fun part of the wedding night, the blushing, awkwardness, and undressing in the closet.
Also I apoligise deeply for the slight religious slurs. It's all true of course. Plus why don't YOU try going on a extremely conservative site about your religion and try to keep your cool and not start wanting to yell about what's wrong and right from your view. If you can then you are either a conservative or a saint. Or both.