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What is Porn?

Now that I have you attention, I would like to share some observations about porn and marketing campaigns, first the word porn.

So what is porn? noun [mass noun]

pornography: hardcore porn.

television programmes, magazine, books, etc. that are regarded as emphasising the sensuous or sensational aspects of a non-sexual subject and stimulating a compulsive interest in their audience: like much of the country, I drool over gastro-porn on telly.

adjective pornographic: a porn film.

ORIGIN: 1950s: abbreviation.

So what is pornography? noun [mass noun]

printed or visual material containing the explicit description or display of sexual organs or activity, intended to stimulate sexual excitement.

ORIGIN: mid 19th century: from Greek pornographos ‘writing about prostitutes’, from pornē ‘prostitute’ + graphein ‘write’.


Okay porn excites most people, and thankfully I no longer have interests in pornography, so what does that say about me a person? Not much, and who cares anyway, pornography is just bad no matter how you try to deflower it, or cover the nipples with tape, or burr the distance, or try to mask the nudity with sepia tones. There is still that element of uneasiness about any image that depicts a naked form. What about images of an erotic or sensual nature do these come under a different category, or are these images also to be classed as porn? Dare I mention Art and Glamour for fear of reprisal from an alternate social community group, can I write Porn, Art and Glamour in the same sentence and get away with it? I just did!

I would like to think most people would agree as long as you are of legal age and consenting, feel free to express yourself in what ever way you feel comfortable. Be aware if it gets in to the public domain it could go viral, one more thing, keep my name out of it!

Now marketing campaigns, I do get rather perturbed with all the excessive unnecessary nakedness on the box these days, even adverts show far too flesh, we all know how to shave, shower and shit. It's almost like the advertising marketeers think we need to see the product in action to believe in it! We know how a toothbrush works so why show it going in and out of some womans' big ugly mouth, blatantly pornographic!


I am glad there are a few marketing campaigns trying alternative means in attracting new customers......nagging doubt!...when stuff sucks, make it right!Then you have the adverts that just blow you away......it's not ketchup!...it's a vampire thing, you have to invite me in!
There is a little glimmer of something shinning through and if I keep the curtains closed I might make it till night time.


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