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April 9, 2008

Teens Against Porn: Smut Out!

Howdy, ya’ll! Tyler’s in the house! You know, there are a lot of great resources out there on the net battling against the evils of pornography, but it’s an uphill battle. There are thousands of so-called “adult” sites out there trying to lure your children into the downward spiral of porn addiction, the porn industry and prostitution. Thankfully there are good sites out there too, like Teens Against Pornography.

Teens Against Pornography

Be warned that the site contains mature content that should not be viewed by teens under 14 without parental guidance. This is the real deal, kids. The truth about porn, its dangers, and why you shouldn’t ever fall under its evil spell, even after you’re 21. The toll caused by addiction to porn just isn’t worth it.

You are not alone! You have questions. You have fears. We know, we’ve been where you are. We are right here with you. All you have to do, is join the community. We will pray for you. We will hold you accountable. We will offer advice and techniques for claiming victory over the area of sexual purity in your life.

Speaking of sexual purity, it’s never too late to get your life on the right track. Just because you may have slipped up and given it up before, doesn’t mean that your body is an all-they-can-eat buffet. The power to reclaim your chastity and become a born-again virgin is within you, with the help of Jesus and his anti-porn posse. You can find other nice people like yourself, chaste and unsoiled, over at Purity Partners who agree that giving it up before sealing the bond of Holy Matrimony just isn’t cool. Just say no. You ain’t no ho.

Another great resource that will never steer you wrong is Porn Busters. You won’t find popup ads with beckoning harlots and pictures of midgets fornicating with farm animals or urinating on each other over there. Oh no! Just God’s honest truth about the evils of porn and how to fight against it in your own life.

Also praiseworthy is the fine work done by the XXXChurch to help educate porn addicts and those who love (but are disgusted by) them about the insidious nature of the sex industry and how to stamp it out with a righteous vengeance. They distribute King James Bibles at porn centers and conventions and help to save young porny girls who are begging for help to escape the bondage that they find themselves in.

You see, porn doesn’t just damage consumers of filth, but also those who are forced to engage in its production. They all deserve our sympathy and prayers of course. But if they don’t abandon their sinful ways, they deserve the eternal damnation they shall receive as a painful reward for a lifetime of debauchery.

These are just a few resources to help those fighting the porn demons in their own lives. Pass them along to friends, especially those loners you know. And remember that in God’s eyes, lusting after a voluptuous harlot is exactly the same as (if not worse than) adultery.

Can you imagine what He thinks of masturbation? Think about it, and just don’t do it. If your hand offends thee…do what thy must. What is more important? Giving into Satan for an empty and sinful reward or a blissful afterlife in Heaven? Choose.

td

24 Comments »

  1. “Maybe God will give up on me, and I’ll lose my salvation.”
    After reading that, I left. Idiotic religious nuts can’t read the Bible for sh*t.

    Comment by Elephant Bones — April 9, 2008 @ 10:35 pm | Reply

  2. And remember that in God’s eyes, lusting after a voluptuous harlot is exactly the same as (if not worse than) adultery.

    How can we forget what staff member Sisyphus said?

    “The harlot, Ashley Alexandra Dupre, is indeed a foul, disgusting, and loathsome wench. Her fundamental evil is manifest; she destroyed a marriage sacred to God, even if it was a marriage between leftist traitor Democrats scarcely a notch above Pagan orgying. Ashley Dupre is a deviant prostitute of French extraction. Yet, I find that I cannot stop thinking about her.”

    Comment by Dio Brando — April 10, 2008 @ 12:21 am | Reply

  3. Right here.

    Comment by Dio Brando — April 10, 2008 @ 12:22 am | Reply

  4. Sixsixsixyphus is a wanker!

    Comment by MoxoM — April 10, 2008 @ 12:26 am | Reply

  5. Which is worse, your little precious diddling to porn, or said teenager learning about sex the hard way, by having unprotected sex and ending up with an STD or as a new-parent-to-be?

    In case you’d forgotten, as a general rule, teenagers have strong sex drives. They aren’t used to suddenly having all these hormones flowing through their bloodstream, and they certainly aren’t ready (physically or psychologically) to handle the potential aftermath of a secret tryst. Pornography and masturbation are the lesser of two evils here. If I have a child and find out that he/she masturbates frequently, I will at least be grateful that he’s masturbating at home, instead of out screwing half the neighborhood. (It’s kind of hard to be in two places at once, after all.) Not to mention the fact that pornography is not a requirement for masturbation. I did not look at pornography until I was at least 18. But I would be lying if I said that I didn’t enjoy some rather lewd fantasies when I was 12. Unless you want to kill your child’s imagination altogether, destroying all capability to understand religious text and ruining their chances of getting a high-paying job, you just have to accept that sometimes they will use those imaginations to come up with smut.

    In case your married mind has forgotten, it’s awfully hard to ignore your sex drive when you’re saving yourself for marriage. Sometimes the mind and the hands wander. What did you think “wet dreams” were? It’s mental masturbation, it’s perfectly normal, and if boys didn’t have them, their nether regions would burst from the building amount of seed within their loins.

    Oh, and for the record, Pagans haven’t had orgies in centuries. We don’t do the orgy thing any more than drunken college “Christians” do.

    Comment by L — April 10, 2008 @ 7:45 am | Reply

  6. I have just sent an email to TAP. The contents are as follows:

    Congratulations on your efforts to keep children away from pornography! There are certainly things out there that should never be seen by anyone, much less by impressionable youth. [At this point, I was tempted to refer to goatse and tubgirl, but I’m trying to stimulate their minds into deeper thought, not break them.] However, I have some questions that are still unanswered.

    1. Are you aware that many teenagers pleasure themselves without the aid of pornographic materials? How do you intend to combat this problem?

    2. What do you intend to do about “wet dreams?” After all, those vulgar nocturnal fantasies do involve the spilling of seed.

    3. Do you have a plan in place to prevent the possible increase in teen sex that may result when millions of American teens no longer have pornography with which to satisfy their sinful desires and seek other forms of gratification?

    Comment by L — April 10, 2008 @ 7:57 am | Reply

  7. They’ll claim prayer works. Works for Catholic priests, doesn’t it? =P

    Comment by Dio Brando — April 11, 2008 @ 2:48 am | Reply

  8. I remember when I found a card on the ground a t a high school with three large red x’s and the word church underneath, I assumed that it was more porn of the brides of Jesus violating their sacred vows, but alas, it was people who pretended to know what they were talking about. C’est la vie.

    Comment by Armand Jean du Plessis de Richelieu — April 11, 2008 @ 11:50 am | Reply

  9. > Congratulations on your efforts to keep children away from pornography! There are certainly things out there that should never be seen by anyone, much less by impressionable youth.

    Thanks.

    > 1. Are you aware that many teenagers pleasure themselves without the aid of pornographic materials? How do you intend to combat this problem?

    Of course. Our site name is misleading as we don’t strictly focus on pornography. In fact many of our teens do not struggle with porn, but do struggle with sexual gratification. We try and assist teens who feel they are addicted and/or powerless to any type of sexual impulses.

    > 2. What do you intend to do about “wet dreams?” After all, those vulgar nocturnal fantasies do involve the spilling of seed.

    I’m not sure what your question is, exactly.

    > 3. Do you have a plan in place to prevent the possible increase in teen sex that may result when millions of American teens no longer have pornography with which to satisfy their sinful desires and seek other forms of gratification?

    First of all, I appreciate your optimism. Our site has roughly 20 active members at any given time. I doubt we are in any position to impact “millions of American teens.” Secondly, we have no intention to stop anyone from viewing porn if they do not want to. Our site is here for a very specific subset of teenagers. Here are the criteria:

    1. They believe sexual gratification outside marriage is wrong and they believed it before they even found our site. We are not in the business of trying to convert others to our way of thinking.

    2. Said teens feel powerless to control their sexual impulses and consequently find themselves repeatedly doing things that they wish they could stop doing, to the point that they feel harmed by the behavior.

    Gambling is harmless entertainment for some, and positively destructive to others.

    This means that teens who feel surfing porn is not harmful to themselves, are not welcome. Much the same way an unwounded person is not welcome to check himself into an emergency room. He would just be impeding the hurt people from getting well and wasting time and resources.

    Lastly, it is apparent you and I have differing views on the physiology of a teenager. Implicit in your question is the belief that the human sex drive is static. That every teenager is genetically predisposed to a certain quantity of sexual impulse. Maybe I am a 7 out of 10 on the scale, but Humphrey is a 9. Perhaps in this fake scenario anyone over an 8 will be driven to extreme behavior in order to satiate their natural, God-given, sexual impulse.

    If I believed that this scenario reflected reality, I wouldn’t be able to run our site with a clean conscious.

    I admit I am speculating as to your position. I don’t do so to offend. Please accept my apologies if I am offending you.

    Regardless if that is your position, here is mine. The human sex drive is, in my opinion, dynamic. If you feed it, it will grow. If you starve it, it will diminish. I cannot speak for everyone, but my own personal experience bears this out. The human appetite for food is similar. A 300 pound man does not have the appetite of a 300 pound man when he weighs 170 pounds. If he did he would kill himself with food. His appetite may be stronger than other 170 pound men, due to genetics, I agree. But it will take time and effort for him to ramp up his weight and his daily intake of food in order to achieve and maintain his 300 pound stature. If he feeds his appetite, it will grow.

    In this same respect I believe that our culture is feeding our collective sexual appetites daily. I believe it is increasing our appetites to our own detriment. I do not agree with your assertion that if teens spend less time focusing on sexual images and masturbation that it will drive them to dangerous behavior. I believe it will cause them to focus less on things of a sexual nature. That it will diminish their sex drives and give them more time and ability to focus. They will do better in their studies. Spend more time with friends building healthy relationships. Hopefully, they will serve the poor, the sick, or the elderly. You know, put others before themselves and all that. Like we believe Jesus did.

    peace|dewde

    Comment by dewde — April 14, 2008 @ 3:43 pm | Reply

  10. Thanks for taking time out to explain your important website and its goals more thoroughly, dewde. Keep up the great work!

    Comment by Psycheout — April 14, 2008 @ 7:16 pm | Reply

  11. Well, dewde manages to sound like a decent human being doing what he thinks is the right thing. Teach these bloggers a thing or two.

    Comment by Elephant Bones — April 14, 2008 @ 7:19 pm | Reply

  12. I may actually direct a friend of mine to your site, Dewde, as he appears to fit these criteria. You are Teens Against Porn, and not one of the other sites listed, oui?

    Comment by Armand Jean du Plessis de Richelieu — April 14, 2008 @ 7:26 pm | Reply

  13. You know, put others before themselves and all that. Like we believe Jesus did.

    I’d like for all of the B4B staff to read this line, and carve it on their foreheads. JESUS DID NOT EXCLUDE.

    Comment by Dio Brando — April 14, 2008 @ 8:54 pm | Reply

  14. “I’d like for all of the B4B staff to read this line, and carve it on their foreheads. JESUS DID NOT EXCLUDE.”
    In before B4Btards misinterpret Scripture.

    Comment by Elephant Bones — April 14, 2008 @ 9:22 pm | Reply

  15. Or toasters operating on tiny angels battling demons.

    Comment by Dio Brando — April 14, 2008 @ 11:10 pm | Reply

  16. “Or toasters operating on tiny angels battling demons.”
    Corker must have the coolest breakfasts.

    Comment by Elephant Bones — April 14, 2008 @ 11:30 pm | Reply

  17. “After reading that, I left. Idiotic religious nuts can’t read the Bible for sh*t”

    @ElephantBones:

    That quote is not reflective of our beliefs. We believe the opposite. When choosing the wording for the landing page I opted to write what I perceived our audience to already be thinking. We often get kids “raised by religious nuts” who honestly think they have out-sinned God’s grace. We do our best to convince them otherwise.

    All that being said, your original deduction may very well be accurate. It’s only your premise that I’m calling into question.🙂

    peace|dewde

    Comment by dewde — April 15, 2008 @ 1:00 pm | Reply

  18. @Armand:

    Correct.

    @Psycheout:

    Thanks!

    Comment by dewde — April 15, 2008 @ 1:02 pm | Reply

  19. Dewde: I was one of those “raised by religious nuts” kids, as you put it. The guilt-tripping drove me to pretty bad depression at times. You and I took two very different paths from that point (assuming you were once one of those kids; I may be wrong about that) but now that I understand your mission a bit better, I commend you for teaching children that sexual urges are normal and can be controlled. Perhaps I might not have been quite so miserable as a teenager if someone had bothered to tell me stuff like that at the time.

    Comment by L — April 17, 2008 @ 9:34 am | Reply

  20. L:

    Thank you for your kind words. I was not raised by religious parents at all, actually. I have 2 memories of attending church from age 0-17. At that point I became an Atheist and continued to be one for the next decade. I’ve only become a Christian in the past 5 years. Religious zealots did a fantastic job of standing in between me and an intellectual evaluation of Christianity and Jesus for all those years. My conversion story is too long to get into (and off topic too) but the 5 minute version can be found here:

    As far as religious nuts go, I’ve seen many do incredibly treacherous acts. Sadly, this blinded me to the many others that performed incredibly divine acts. It’s difficult not the judge the many because of the acts of the few. Eventually, however, I did realize that for some things I found it easy to separate. For example I’ve never given up on the concept of Justice because of one dirty judge. Or given up on law enforcement because of a few dirty cops. But I was very eager to give up on religion because of hypocritical religious people.

    The worst kind of double standard is the one you find in your own heart.

    We don’t do guilt at Teens Against Porn. We don’t heap shame. We build up and not tear down. Jesus warned against leaders loading people down with rules (“the law”) and then leaving them there to drown, without offering any help to them.

    Luke 11:46 (New International Version)
    Jesus replied, “And you experts in the law, woe to you, because you load people down with burdens they can hardly carry, and you yourselves will not lift one finger to help them.

    Granted this is my interpretation. I always leave room for the fact that I can’t read the bible for sh*t (special thanks to ElephantBones).

    peace|dewde

    Comment by dewde — April 17, 2008 @ 11:30 pm | Reply

  21. “beckoning harlots and pictures of midgets fornicating with farm animals or urinating on each other.”
    I didn’t know those were your fantasys.

    Comment by CammmanFia — April 25, 2008 @ 9:08 pm | Reply

  22. Wasn’t the Bible written by people who thought earth was flat? I say they made a mistake by doing that, and now a hell of Tards are following it… Musterbation is freak’n good. It helps you feel better when u have hard days and you MUST NOT punish urself for doing it. If u feel it, just do it. Its not going to kill you nor bring u to hell. You only close yourself in a box by denying the lust….. People, get a life, and brain.

    Comment by Jack — May 17, 2008 @ 3:11 pm | Reply

  23. lol

    Comment by Mindflayer — November 5, 2008 @ 4:50 am | Reply

  24. porn is a great evil
    sex though loving you no 1 guy or girl is best.
    In marriage

    Comment by samuel welsh — May 20, 2010 @ 11:02 pm | Reply


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