Cats & Dogs Living Together without Benefit of Marriage!

02 Apr

Things have been so serious lately that I figured it was time for a bit of levity… if you can call this kind of close-minded, sex-negative, demagogic hand waving and hysteria encouraging bigotry amusing.

My favorite line from this article is definitely “Everyone who consumes pornography is immersed in an artificial world that distorts reality and relationships.”

Talk about projection! This from someone who thinks the one-and-only natural place for all sexual behavior is within a heterosexual marriage. Possibly without benefit of birth control — and most likely in the dark under the blankets. I doubt masturbation gets a hall-pass even then.

Why, O why, were our arms made long enough for us to touch our genitals?

On the other hand (so to speak), if there’s a deviant sex scandal to be enjoyed from a distance, the religious right certainly seems proficient at serving it up. Men’s bathrooms foot tapping signals, transsexual Craigslist dating, divorce papers served in the cancer ward, Wisconsin mistresses, NRCC strip club visits, “hiking the Appalachia trail,” under-age panda bear suit yiffing, hot chatting Congressional pages, RentBoys “carrying luggage,” gay murder/suicides, solo rubber bondage deaths… liberals just can’t keep up!

Oh, and then there’s that pesky fact that “Red” states consume far more pornography than “Blue” states.

No wonder the religious right is so upset about .XXX. It’ll be much more difficult to explain away a computer history filled with websites sporting that sTLD.

– Darklady

“.XXX” – The Internet’s New Red Light District

(WNS) — It’s not likely you’ve heard of the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN), but this international organization in charge of Internet addresses has just approved a policy that will create what amounts to a red-light district online.

We’re all familiar with the top level domains like “.com”, “.edu” and “.org.” Now, after years of debate, ICANN has approved “.xxx” for porn websites.

So now, for the first time, a specific industry will have its own suffix on the Internet. In this case, it happens to be an industry that exploits women and ensnares thousands of men and even children into a harmful addiction that can ruin lives and relationships.

For starters, the new .xxx domain will significantly increase the amount of porn online since adult websites will not have to give up their current web addresses. Instead, they’ll create new websites with the new suffix, making their content more prevalent and accessible.

Ironically, family groups and the porn industry were united in their opposition to the change. Pornographers didn’t like it because of the additional costs of the domain and the chance that some countries will block the .xxx domain altogether. India has already announced that they will do so.

Those of us concerned about pornography’s impact on individuals and families are troubled because it will further spread the amount of harmful content that is already so pervasive online. Porn isn’t hard to find online, or to unwittingly stumble across, but ICANN is expanding the territory exponentially.

To read more, visit: Cross Walk

To read a less histrionic article, read: ICANN Signs .XXX Contract with ICM Registry


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    April 3, 2011 at 11:31 am

    The contentious XXX extension will have no affect on adult Dotcom websites; adult Dotcoms will remain unchanged. Furthermore, with so much adverse publicity – including threats by Governments to block XXX country by country – many will look to avoid the XXX webspace completely. For those compelled to reserve domains defensively, it’s likely that anonymity will be required as names get set as Unresolvable and/or Unknown. The outcome? Perhaps a mass of “For Sale” signs by speculators looking to offload their XXX investments.

    All ICANN has done here is to openly advance fragmentation of the Web and encourage people to find new ways of making the most of their surfing experience. The result is that Internet users are now bypassing ICANN to create their own unique, memorable and personalised range of brand new Dashcom Domains and TLDs, totally free.

    Sites such as now provide brand new Dashcom (not Dotcom) domain names. Dashcoms are addresses in format “business-com”, “paris-fashion”, “high-heels” (and of course any XXX your heart might desire). Totally outside the realm and control of ICANN, Internet users can create any domain or TLD in any language, instantly and at no cost.

    With users and members in over 90 countries worldwide, resolution is via an APP; although new ISP Links are available to make this unnecessary (ISP Links that are also available to ICANN).

    Having just one Internet floating in infinite cyberspace is like saying you can go anywhere in the USA as long as you only use route 66. So now, just as in the USA (and everywhere else in the world) the Internet has more than one option.

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