When Pornography Becomes Illegal, You Realize that Feminism is Failing

Tumblr has just banned “pornography” or what they decide is pornographic. It seems that the power button for the p.u.s.s.y. is lost on feminists.

Have you ever heard of why some of the statues in the Vatican are sporting fig leaves? Well, like the feminists and the Puritans of today, they must control what others have access to.

Real House Wife Adventures has written about this very thing.

It seems that this all began with the Pope, well more accurately Pope Paul IV (1555-1559) and continued with Pope Innocent X (1644-1655), then onto Pope Clement XIII (1758-1769), from him to Pope Pius IX  (1857).

They either removed the penises all together or had them covered up with a fig leaf. They thought that the mere image would ruin women and beseech the “sanctity” of the Vatican.

So, today feminists and “Puritans” alike do whatever they can to control what can and what cannot be seen. The “Free the Nipple” movement is considered political, so it is still easy to view on youtube with all of the parental controls on!!!

I get it. Porn is bad, but so are a lot of things. Does that mean we need to make laws that simply create criminals with the swipe of the pen?

After all, I thought porn was supposed to empower women. Since they have sex a lot and get paid for it! I guess these women will have to suffer for the demands of more feminism.

Remember when they made excuses for Ted Kennedy killing Mary Jo Kopechne, just so abortion could be upheld? https://www.theatlantic.com/national/archive/2009/08/ted-kennedy-and-abortion-two-views/348252/

 

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16 thoughts on “When Pornography Becomes Illegal, You Realize that Feminism is Failing

  1. I really love your freedom of speech Bottomlesscoffee, you speak loudly what others may think secretly thanks for that. I have a hard time getting the point of pornography (erotism is one thing, porn another one). Erotism is beautiful and sensual, whereas porn is beyond my understanding. Nevertheless I also see the problem with making it illegal, restricted as it was until now, yes absolutely, but when you make something illegal that’s when it becomes very attractive and escapes the control. Something similar happened in France with the ban of Muslim religious veil in France, causing more people to wear it when there were only a few before the law. I’m very doubtful regarding certain laws. Thanks for giving me the opportunity to express myself on the subject.

    1. bottomlesscoffee007

      I write from the heart Monaminga. If someone doesn’t like it, it is their choice, no offense taken from me. To each their own.

    1. bottomlesscoffee007

      I don’t want to lose readers. At the same time, I want to be honest. So, I know the risk is always there.

    2. As best as I can tell, you can blog pretty much anything on WP…except denying Sandy Hook. There is actually a by-line in the Terms & Conditions covering that. Blog that Sandy Hook was a hoax, they will take down your site…if you are using WP as a host. If you host your own but, use WP Dot Org, you are fine.

      I know two sites that were taken down, permanently, due to the Sandy Hook denial.

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