Thursday, September 25, 2008

Changes Needed

Ever since the inception of the World Wide Web there have been people concerned about perverts and Internet porn. The simple solution would have been to assign all adult sites as a Dot ADL or a Dot PRN. Those sites could have easily been blocked from the innocent stumbling upon them.

Some people say that you can’t stumble upon questionable material, but unless you phrase your searches very carefully you will stumble upon things you don’t intend to look at.

A while back I was looking on a photo site for a photo of a television and I couldn’t understand why I was coming up with all these photos of really ugly women. I was probably ten pages into the search before I realized that my search criteria was “TV” which stood for Transvestite.

Yesterday I was searching for photos of mules and I kept coming up with shoe fetish photos. Mules are some sort of shoe.

I’m starting to wonder is there is any object out there that no one has a perversion towards. I wonder if there is a word out there that can’t be twisted into a sexual connotation. Maybe we could change the spelling of all fetish words to start with a “P.”

That way a mule would mean an animal on four legs and a pmule would be spanking fodder…unless you get off on spanking as well then that would need to change to pspanking.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

I heard the Martha Stewart empire described as 'Domestic Porn'. There's no telling what google would come up with when you use that as a search term.

9:57 AM  
Blogger darev2005 said...

Fortunately or unfortunately, we will never be rid of porn and you will never be able to hide or block it. It just won't happen. Until we reach the point in our evolution that we are all completely asexual, that is. Everybody has a kink of one kind or another. SOme of the are what we would consider "ordinary", other are far from that. We've all got our fetish. I work in a prison that houses a good percentage of the states sexual offenders. SOme of the things I have seen and heard have just made me shake my head. Some of them have sickened me to my core. I try my best to forget most of that. There's ways to protect children and other impressionable minds from some of the internet stuff. "Safe Surf" and "Net Nanny" are pretty good, but they will also block some really useful sites, like large chunks of wikipedia and alot of google searches. It's not hidden in dingy adult bookstores and the seedier parts of downtown anymore. Sex is still a high-dollar industry in this country. America probably spends as much money and man-hours on sex-related stuff as it does on printed literature. You could probably replace one in five Barnes & Nobles with adult related content and it wouldn't affect their sales at all.

11:38 AM  
Blogger richpix said...

I Googled "pspanking" and came up with Astoria Oregon Rust as the top hit. Now all the pspanking fetishists will be visiting your blog. ;-)

8:02 PM  
Blogger Hahn at Home said...

George Bush. Not even Laura has that fetish.

9:06 PM  
Blogger darev2005 said...

I ran across a site by accident (I swear to gawd it was an accident) about this guy whose fetish was "Roy Orbison in cling-film". I kid you not. He wasn't even nude or anything, he was sitting in a chair wrapped in saran wrap and they were having a conversation. Just stories, no pics, thank gawd. Made me want to burn my keyboard when I was done.

4:02 AM  
Blogger The Guy Who Writes This said...

Trish, I can already see the several directions that could go in without checking.

Darev, that reminds me of what Tom Waits said once in a song, "I'm so horny the crack of dawn has to be careful around me."

Rich, just what I need a bunch of pspanking kooks around here.

Lori, doesn't it make you wonder what's going on in their lives?

Darev, I trust you weren't looking for that one. I wonder how much traffic and return traffic that site gets.

5:50 AM  

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