NSPCC response to Sex & Censorship’s Open Letter about porn | NSPCC

The NSPCC have published a response to our recent open letter. While we appreciate this, we feel that the important issues raised have not been addressed adequately. Click below to read their letter.

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2 thoughts on “NSPCC response to Sex & Censorship’s Open Letter about porn | NSPCC”

  1. Indeed, a very unconvincing reply. One in five boys have a negative opinion of women. Is this surprising? Teenagers have abusive relationships yet no evidence is presented that links it to porn. I recall a Page 3 model at a debate, with Caroline Lucas, where she claimed that celebrity lifestyle magazines had a far more adverse effect on her than Page 3 and which she believed contributed to her anorexia as a teenager.

  2. How to create a witch hunt: first you take a woman with flaws and demonize her, shame her, tell society she’s evil and then you act really, really shocked that some people see the devil in her!

    NSPCC is harming children by instilling in them fear of one of the most beautiful, natural acts known to humans: sex…. ALL depiction of sexual entertainment are harmful to children, ALL??? really??? The depiction of the act that brought the child into the world in the first place is harmful to children??? wow. NSPCC the gay haters/ witch hunters of the 21st century.

    NSPCC is outraged by sex (the only ingredient required for porn), meanwhile EVERY conceivable actual crime including killing, extreme violence and mass murder is openly displayed in all public media outlets like youtube for example, easily accessible to children, case in point: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_dg1GvWOdWk . Apparently children’s abuse is not related to the depiction of extreme violence but they can’t possibly handle the exact opposite, the intimate, enjoyable experience of sex. The irony: sex is ONLY ever harmful when coupled with violence (which includes coercion/ non consent).

    Since apparently censorship and government intervention is the solution to “saving the children”, why not start banning cars? Cars are responsible for 100,000 of child deaths in the US alone EVERY year? NSPCC how serious are you really about saving the children? Is the convenience of driving worth 100,000s of children’s lives EVERY year? Why aren’t you outraged and furious about cars?

    But lets be clear the NSPCC is using children as a shield for their dislike of open sexuality which in itself is as heinous crime as it gets in my opinion, just like gays were demonized in the 60s for fear of them “infecting” their children.

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