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does anyone buy printed porn these days?

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Yet again.  Now they want shops prosecuted for selling top-shelf mags :-

 

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-22674928

Loaded etc arent top-shelf mags though, and arent placed on the top-shelf in many if any shops in my area. Whats in Loaded is complete crap to me but hardly porn. Bleeding expensive though and their circulation is falling like many mags nowadays. I only buy one mag now, TV Choice which is one of the top-selling weeklies, earlier this year it cost 45p, now its 20p, now thats what i call good VFM. Its ludicrous in my view to want shops prosecuted for selling such mags.

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does anyone buy printed porn these days?

I wouldnt pay the outrageously expensive cost when i can access porn online for the cost of my deal with my ISP. Even in my teens in the late 70s into the 80s i rarely bought porn mags as they were strewn everywhere, so i could pick them up for free.

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I don't see how, unless they make porn mags illeagal, that they could prosecute a shop for selling them - unless of course they're selling them to under 18s?

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Kat Banyard seriously needs to get laid. She would ban men if she could.

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I don't see how, unless they make porn mags illeagal, that they could prosecute a shop for selling them - unless of course they're selling them to under 18s?

It's not even the porn mags they're talking about, it's "Loaded" and "nuts" etc. that are in any supermarket magazine section. I don't think they really expect to win a case but they just intend to kick up a stink, get publicity and slowly win the fight over years and years..."changing attitudes" and all that.

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They were on BBC News this morning. They're not even talking about porn mags. They were talking about stuff like FHM, Loaded, The Daily Star, etc. 

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I wouldnt pay the outrageously expensive cost when i can access porn online for the cost of my deal with my ISP. Even in my teens in the late 70s into the 80s i rarely bought porn mags as they were strewn everywhere, so i could pick them up for free.

The magic of hedge porn

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The magic of hedge porn

Yes hedges, ditches, in woods, in fact i saw a guy wanking in the woods once, he had his own den their with a stash of porn. Mags really were very commonly found in those days.

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This is nothing about "illegality", the items are not illegal in any way. This is about a pressure group pretending that the poor shop staff in supermarkets are being oppressed by having to handle Nuts and Loaded etc when in fact nobody has complained and nobody would have any grounds for complaint.

 

This is about one group imposing their views on everyone. What was that? Did someone say jihad?

 

In any case, if the lads mags are affected then many other weekly mags aimed at women should be too! There are half a dozen "Celeb" magazines that frequently feature semi-naked women on the covers.

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Yes Im sure the lads who are forced to put some copies of Nuts and Loaded on the magazine shelves go home and curl up in a ball on their beds waiting in dredd for the next day to arrive when they have to go back to work....and not fill the shelves with Nuts and Loaded as they dont come in again till next week.

 

I dont think the girls are bothered though, more like they have a quick flick and say to their colleague "she aint that pretty, dunno why shes in there" lol 

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Some of the stuff you find in the women's magazines, including the teen magazines targetted at 16 year old girls, is much worse than the men's.

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I would assume "the nutter"  would also be in favour of removing female magazines which have pictures of male models/actors with bulging six packs and toilet roll stuffed down their tight underwear? I think not.

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Yes Im sure the lads who are forced to put some copies of Nuts and Loaded on the magazine shelves go home and curl up in a ball on their beds waiting in dredd for the next day to arrive when they have to go back to work....and not fill the shelves with Nuts and Loaded as they dont come in again till next week.

 

I dont think the girls are bothered though, more like they have a quick flick and say to their colleague "she aint that pretty, dunno why shes in there" lol 

I don't know.That forst bit could definately happen if they were forced to read them each time.:)  That last bit does also seem to be the main problem with such things. 

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I don't know.That forst bit could definately happen if they were forced to read them each time. :)  That last bit does also seem to be the main problem with such things. 

 

I bought a Penthouse at the bookstall at Leeds bus stationin the late 70's  They were on dosplay in the window. you has to ask for what u wanted. so she had to crawl in the window to get a copy.  She muttered 'Cuh! Men!'  lol

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I don't know.That forst bit could definately happen if they were forced to read them each time. :)  That last bit does also seem to be the main problem with such things. 

I doubt the last bit is anything to do with it whatsoever, more like some rambo style womens libber marched into tesco to see her daughter and caught her and her colleague giggling over the nuts and loaded and was mortally offended to be reminded that some women look like women and that her daughter was being corrupted and about to run off to start a star spangled career as a bikini model. Either that or she found a few copies in her husbands shed and worked out why he has been virtually living in there for the last 5 years. Personal spite I think plays a large part in a lot of these types of thing, same as the anits, just personal spite. They realise that not shaving since greenwich common and raising their son to feel he is less important to the world than women could just possibly be the reason their husbands dont want their birthday fuck any more. 

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I bought a Penthouse at the bookstall at Leeds bus stationin the late 70's  They were on dosplay in the window. you has to ask for what u wanted. so she had to crawl in the window to get a copy.  She muttered 'Cuh! Men!'  lol

 

Cue for a new thread on "Worst service to the public ever" experiences.

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British feminists need to get a life. It's not as if our magazines have bare breasts on the front page, and many of them are even in a sealed packet so you can't even open them unless you buy them.

 

In newsagents in continental Europe they actually have magazines with bare boobs on the cover, except the difference is they are more open minded and less prudish than us and don't complain about it.

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I doubt the last bit is anything to do with it whatsoever, more like some rambo style womens libber marched into tesco to see her daughter and caught her and her colleague giggling over the nuts and loaded and was mortally offended to be reminded that some women look like women and that her daughter was being corrupted and about to run off to start a star spangled career as a bikini model. Either that or she found a few copies in her husbands shed and worked out why he has been virtually living in there for the last 5 years. Personal spite I think plays a large part in a lot of these types of thing, same as the anits, just personal spite. They realise that not shaving since greenwich common and raising their son to feel he is less important to the world than women could just possibly be the reason their husbands dont want their birthday fuck any more. 

 

Oh I bet they do.  But not with the missus.

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In newsagents in continental Europe they actually have magazines with bare boobs on the cover, except the difference is they are more open minded and less prudish than us and don't complain about it.

So true , I've even seen a bare boob on Parisian posters advertising shower gel, and I don't think it's a ploy to get the English who are new in town to not look where they're walking and have a little accident.

Meanwhile in Mumbai the city council are considering banning bikini-clad mannequins from shop displays. It's a strange strange world.

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I always wonder if feminists have any idea how daft their demands look when compared to attitudes in other parts of the world. If showing flesh on a magazine is inherently misogynistic, then that must mean France is rampantly anti-women, while Pakistan is a paragon of feminism. But that's obviously not the case.

I'm all for equality, but I've no time for prudishness masquerading as women's rights.

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All over the mediterranean women walk around topless (and sometimes nude) at the beach, and many European countries have brothels and sex shops everywhere. So going by feminist logic these countries should have an epidemic of rape, right? But it turns out they have less rape and less unwanted teenage pregnancies than the UK or USA who are more prudish.

 

Japan springs to mind as well. It has a booming sex industry and produces some of the most bizarre and violent porn in the world. At one time it even had used panties vending machines (which have now been outlawed). Yet for its population it has very low crime and low sexual-related crime.

 

The point I am getting at is exposure to nudity in a sexual or a non-sexual context does not cause rape. If a country has a problem with rape then instead of banning things it needs to have a good look at itself.

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