Revenge Porn

What is porn? It's an age old question that many people have tried to define over the years. The Supreme Court of the United States tried to tackle it in 1957 with Roth V The United States. In that case, they came up with what they call the 'Roth Test'. Let's see if you can get a grasp of this..

The 'Roth Test' for obscenity is, "whether to the average person, applying contemporary community standards, the dominant theme of the material taken as a whole appeals to a prurient [lewd or lustful] interest." Pornography, at least where the U.S. government is concerned, is governed by the laws of obscenity. And the definition of obscenity, to them is "utterly without redeeming social importance", and is not protected by the first amendment.

So pornography, on a whole is something that was always well regulated, and could be obliterated by the government. That always seemed to be the most comfortable position for the people of the United States. Not having to admit openly that they want it, and never really doing anything to get rid of it, but always keeping a thumb on it to appease the true believers that walk among us.

Now that we have a basic idea of what might be considered pornography, let me tell you what isn't pornography. Anything that has someone in it that does not want to be there. For example.. Some guy takes a video of him and his girlfriend having sex. And then he posts it to a site without telling her. That shit might walk like porn, and talk like porn.. but it's definitely not porn.

Pornography is more than just a picture of a nude girl. There's a living, breathing machine behind it all. An industry. Porn stars, producers, web developers, sound men, fluffers, camera jockeys, craft services, jizz moppers, and black guys with big dicks.

Something that it's not are sites like Motherless.com, or Texxxan.com who is subsequently getting sued for posting pictures of women without consent.

A suit that has come up in Orange County, Texas were a group of women has sued Texxxan.com, GoDaddy.com ( for hosting them ), any other hosting companies, and all subscribing members of Texxxan.com. In a case trying to get the right to claim damages for what they call revenge porn, where a guy will upload pictures of women without their consent.

I, for one, think that this lawsuit is completely overdue, and is entirely need. And to the people that think it could do something to the porn industry, don't worry about it. This is something other than porn. Think of it like this. What if there was a giant go-kart accident, and a shit load of kids ended up in a giant bloody pile at the bottom of some hill. The car industry really has nothing to worry about there. Just because that shit had four wheels, doesn't mean anything.

Just because there's a nude woman on the screen, doesn't mean this shit has anything to do with porn. I hope that these women are victorious in their cause, and go on to lead fruitful lives.

On a side note, while I understand why GoDaddy is included in all of this, I don't think that web hosting companies can be held responsible for what content is on their servers. Once that shit starts, the web as we know it will cease to exist.

Thanks for living though my long diatribe to let me get to my point.

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