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Thu 8th June 2017

Pornosexuality

Filed under: General — Ministry of Men's Affairs @ 2:33 pm

This newly named sexual orientation, ‘pornosexual’, is probably related to some extent to MGTOW. Under modern laws and administration, relationships and marriage have been made seriously dangerous for men. However, there’s no mention in the article about that aspect of the issue.

Previous posts have highlighted a mounting campaign by feminist forces against pornography. We can’t allow men to find ways out of being enslaved, now can we?

There is a claim that pornosexuality is different from other ‘orientations’ because it’s learned behaviour. That probably puts it in the category of other sexual preferences that have largely been learned rather than a category of sexual orientation. It’s unclear to what extent the other sexual orientations are learned behaviour. It’s fairly clear that homosexuality is not learned and many transgender people report feeling as though they are in the wrong sex body from their earliest remembered ages. However, there is evidence that some transgender people become so through learning, for example the Samoan fa’afafines who identify as female only because their parents decided to raise them as such contrary to their sex (as far as we know?).
Life is so interesting.

9 Responses to “Pornosexuality”

  1. DJ Ward says:

    What choice do men in sexless relationships have?
    Men who entered relationships with an attractive female and now they are not?
    Those who have been abused by females and can no longer trust them?
    All of the above and can’t afford or morally can’t use prostitutes?
    Have a disease limiting sexual options?
    Etc etc.
    Porn is safe, cheap and reliable sex.

  2. Downunder says:

    Interesting perhaps that a woman’s relationship with herself is a holier-than-thou marriage, but a man’s relationship with himself can only be viewed as sexual.

    To accept this, are we allowing the confusion of sexual relief with sexual expression? (The boys weren’t the ones who killed romance and bad poetry, if it doesn’t land you in court, it can have a hefty financial consequence) are we allowing an angelic women and the demonic male view of the sexes?

    From what I have read porn is a far-from-safe option, with both dibilitating physical and emotional outcomes, rather it is a withdrawal from the natural world, and normal male expression.

    So, the silly bitches that churn this rubbish out for the proliferation of the superior female image, we should just tell them to go fuck themselves.

  3. martin says:

    Ministry of Men’s Affairs – you mentioned feminists mounting campaigns against porn in earlier posts – I find that somewhat peculiar as I far as I am aware they are not against prostitution.
    I read the article and it seemed somewhat benign – what someone does in their own home, car, wherever is there business – isn’t it just a puffed up article at masturbation which everyone has done from the beginning of time – i believe ever other animals do it.

    My prediction (at it is humble) is that feminism in its current form will collapse in a heap due to how ludicrous it has become.

    DJ Ward – I’m not sure mine was even attractive!

    Downunder – I’m not sure what you’ve read, bought having cramp in my right arm is hardly debilitating, and I have never cried after a wank. I am interested in what is classed as the ‘natural world” and “normal” – if anything it is normal! I also don’t think it was aimed specifically at men – I have met a few women you seem to enjoy porn.

  4. Downunder says:

    Is linking maturbation to porn, also confusing the difference between sexual relief and internalising rather than externally presenting sexual expression?

  5. Evan Myers says:

    If you viewed an individual as having a series of basic relationships, i.e. with their career, others, and themselves, isn’t this another attempt by fanatical females, determined to exert control over every aspect of male life?

  6. Downunder says:

    Is this a rendition of the discussion we had the other day:

    Someone made a comment about mothers teaching their girls to hang their boobs and bums out to compete with each other for the top dog, but if you’re not in that league go watch some porn.

  7. Evan Myers says:

    @Martin perhaps we are seeing now what the dogma of Feminism has created – an elite group of women who would not consider prostitution themselves but are happy for the lower class to engage in that activity. Likewise they defend women marrying themselves and encourage pornosexuality. It suits their purpose which one might conclude is historically closer to Egypt than Rome.

  8. martin says:

    @7 – Yes Evan, I like the description “elite group of women” or if I might be so bold “the entitled ones” – I made a comment earlier today before I had even read your post coming to that conclusion for myself. I will look into the Egypt reference – history not being my best subject 🙂

  9. Lukenz says:

    Probably better of being a rich wanker than a poor heterosexual.

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