Saturday, 18 February 2012

Acceptable and not acceptable,  as adults we hope we know the difference and hope we can make our own decisions with out TPTB having to step in,  in the last few days and paypal have taken the decision out of our hands and made it for us.   I am here to say that just because I read erotica does not mean that I'm impaired in anyway.  Just because the titles have the word "Daddy" in does not mean incest.
 Oxford Dictionaries defines incest as:  ssexual relations between people classed as being too closely related to marry each other.
the crime of having sexual intercourse with a parent, child, sibling, or grandchild.

So close blood relations if I'm getting this right.  I have yet to find/read anything on that have anything along those lines.

Since the US government cannot define porn,  why should a website who have made money from erotic writers change its tune?  Did the owners all of a sudden find religion? or maybe some parent/focus group that have too much time on their hands black list the website cause one of their unsupervised children came across something the parent had to explain.  I ask why should this be my fault?  All parent should supervise their children when they are on line end of story

1 comment:

  1. My guess it that this is all posturing the political correctness of the issue. For example, Apple, Amazon, B&N all sort of say the same thing. They don't rank or show erotic stories the same way. The don't want to sell it, or do they? Yes the do. There is too much money selling erotica. They just don't want to say they want to sell it. Fine by me. But don't act like its not acceptable.

    My mother-in-law does not approve of our Erotic writing. Said it was between us and God. My husband put it best. "It's not between us and God, it's between us and the power company." We like to eat and live indoors, with the occasionally lighting.