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Old 06-29-2012, 02:14 AM
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I don't really agree that consent has to be obvious in the film itself. Some BDSM play and such doesn't have visual consent during the act - it is pre-discussed. So, films portraying that sort of interaction would want to have a true feel to it.
Yeah.. I'm not not a fan of BDSM, lol :-). Reluctance is as far as I go :-p.

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What about rape fantasies? Making a porn that portrays a fake rape isn't actually rape. It's someone agreeing to act like he/she is being violated while actually engaging in a consensual sex act for the camera.

I have no desire to watch either of those kinds of porn, but I don't have a problem with them being made and put out there for people who enjoy watching that kind of stuff.
Well, to me this is a thorn issue; put rather simply; why would people get off on this? I've talked to some people (men and women) who believe that something may not be quite right in their sexual desires and no one has yet persuaded me that this can't be the case...

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Oh, and the Pirates ones I mentioned earlier -

Pirates XXX and Pirates II: Stagnetti's Revenge are fairly well-made films - they actually released versions that were rated R by taking out the sex scenes. Not a movie I'd watch just because (I mean, porn actors aren't really known for their ability to act in non-sexual scenes), but good.
Thanks, think I'll go take a look at those links :-)
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