Object Release Another Porn Poll

It seems the NSPCC are not alone. The anti-sex morality group (sorry, I mean “feminist human rights organisation” or whatever they are calling themselves this week) Object has commissioned a poll on porn.

Faced with a complete lack of evidence that can link porn with violence or other harm, Object have cut out the science and gone straight to the public.

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Do serious researchers think that porn causes violence? No. Does the public? According to this poll (which we’re sure was carried out to impeccably high standards), 64% say Yes. Worryingly, only 2% don’t know. And a very sensible 1% refused to answer.

So we’re carrying out our own “scientific” poll here:

 

Do you think that hatred of sex and sexuality is caused by:

a) Genuine fear that it is harmful,
b) A twisted and hateful view of humanity,
c) Badly fitting underwear?

Please answer in the comments section below or send us an email. We’re sure the mass media will be fascinated to publish our results.

Alternatively, please donate to our campaign to help us continue to oppose this dangerous moral panic, which is aimed at creating a case for Internet censorship.

13 thoughts on “Object Release Another Porn Poll”

    1. Feminists would pick the unlisted D which is…

      “To take away your patriarchal entitlement to women’s bodies and right to wank yourself to death over degrading prostituted women”.

      Lol.

      1. I’m a feminist and I really enjoy porn. From what I know, I’m not alone. Please don’t assume that every person within a very broad church has exactly the same views

  1. I looked on the Mori Site for this survey but struggled to find it. JRRT as far as I know hasn’t funded object for quite some time so is this new or have they rehashed an old survey that they haven’t used in a while?

    Oh and B

  2. C, I don’t understand how anyone can’t see that badly fitting underwear is the cause of these issues.

  3. I reckon they slung a research company some beer money and they just sat around and made the figures up themselves. I mean 64% is more credible than 99.9% That would be a stretch to convince that many people could possibly think porn fuels violence against women when you consider the stats on say…Oh Porn Hub which runs into the hundreds of thousands for viewing per clip

    I dont trust stats at the best of times. BBC click showed a tweetbot in action and how it calculates responses and guess what? The darned replies took manipulating to get yes or no answers by the people who ran it

    Why dont Roz and her posse just engage the porno people with what they know so we can school them the reality All they seem to rely on is stats and how much the business earns collectively

    1. “Why dont Roz and her posse just engage the porno people with what they know so we can school them the reality[?]”

      Because that would require them to acknowledge people who work in porn as adult human beings, rather than as helpless victims without personal agency. They’d also have to give priority to empirical data, and lived experience, over their pet theories about the porn industry.

  4. Proof, if proof were needed, that opinions are like arseholes, even if the poll was carried properly (and it would be interesting to find out how the questions were worded). And B.

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