cheap thrills @ violetwisp

I’m horrified that I’m something of a pornography host.

‘African boobs’, ‘Zulu sexy girls’ and ‘sex video zulu big hips curves’ are some of the many similar search items that lead to my blog. This is due to comments on a post from over two years ago that expressed disgust at men who think women need to alter their clothing so men don’t get turned on.

Victoria said, “Some cultures are not ashamed of their bodies and don’t sexualize them like Abrahamic cultures do.” She posted a picture of women from another culture to illustrate her point, and discussed how bras are used to give women “perky boobs, an evolutionary sign of youth and rip for reproduction.”

Ark then said, “Ironically, a few years ago, it was suggested that maidens who participated in the traditional Zulu Reed dance approach the ceremony ”more modestly”. I kid you not! And this is African Tradition.”

Now my blog is an attraction zone for people seeking a quick internet naked thrill. I’m not pleased. So, a note to all the bored teenagers looking for quick thrills on the internet who end up at Violetwisp – YOU’LL GO BLIND!

But seriously, I have several serious concerns about the use of porn. So I thought it would be useful to leave some food for thought from a Guardian article for anyone else who stumbles across my site looking for boobs:

  • the prevalence of porn means that men are becoming desensitised to it, and are therefore seeking out ever harsher, more violent and degrading images.
  • The more porn images filter into mainstream culture, the more girls and women are stripped of full human status and reduced to sex objects.
  • She recently interviewed a number of men in prison who had committed rape against children. All were habitual users of child pornography. “What they said to me was they got bored with ‘regular’ porn and wanted something fresh. They were horrified at the idea of sex with a prepubescent child initially but within six months they had all raped a child.”

All porn paths don’t lead to such vile outcomes, but it’s worth bearing in mind that cheap thrills have real human stories before them and ahead of them.