Why is Porn NSFW?

OK, here is a question for readers?

Why is Porn NSFW?

Think about it.. What aspect of porn makes it NSFW? Have you ever rationally dissected this question?

Does it adversely affect productivity? Can it even do that? Have pictures of naked/half-naked girls ever made soldiers less willing to fight or auto-mechanics less competent?

The moral objection is invalid as they are relative and can change over time. Moreover, we live in a “less repressed” age than say 40 years so.

Could it be that average working women do not want constant reminders of their mediocrity?

Comments?

  1. November 3, 2010 at 2:43 pm

    Why is Porn NSFW?

    Because it’s “immoral!” Don’t you get it, AD? The sight of the naked human body is just so offensive that it must be censored from any and all public spaces!

  2. almost 40 year old virgin
    November 4, 2010 at 5:32 pm

    Excellent point!
    Most men would probably just take a second look or in extreme cases mumble something about “distracting from work”.

    The only ones REALLY offended by porn are naturally the (frumpy)women. And the ball-less wonders that call themselves bosses are scared shitless of the lawsuit spamming hags.

    Although by now it has become yet another facet of the quasi-communist PC culture.

  3. June 18, 2011 at 6:36 pm

    hahahaha,

    Mr. crapacoli, it is because your employers don’t want you getting all revved up and taking an “extended break” in the restroom.

  4. June 18, 2011 at 6:38 pm

    on that note, I think employers should provide a keg of beer along the coffee machine and allow each employee 48 ounces through the day….taking a break from alcohol 90 minutes before the end of the day to make sure that there is little to no alcohol in their system as they drive home.

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