Ron Jeremy says violent video games 'worse' than porn


Violent video games have "a much bigger negative influence on kids" than pornography, a leading porn star has claimed.

He said parents should be more worried about the harmful effects of such games.

Mr Jeremy's comments were made at a session called the Great Porn Debate during the Consumer Electronics Show, CES, in Las Vegas.

His comments angered gamers, who accused him of "ignorance".

Mr Jeremy's appearance at CES in Las Vegas caused some raised eyebrows.

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Good point!
It's breakfast, not porn.
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Tried violence. Tried Porn. Porn's better.
Ok. Let's do a social experiment.
Everyone... go look at porn and then go play a violent video game. Tell me your physical and mental state of mind after each.
Ready?
Go.

Here are my results.

Porn = horny.
Violent video games = amused.

Huh.
Yup.
Neither scenario gave me prostitute killing urges.
Go figure.
no one is more obsessed with sex than the religious right. Its all they talk about....in a negative way of course.

People watching porn eventually get bored with it... People who watch it and are made to feel guilty and self loathing so much that they act out in horrible ways?

Where does the guilt come from? From Porn or the sick twisted sex obsessed mindset that teaches you are horrible miserable filthy sinners for having natural urges? They teach to supress, repress, ignore desire.....it screws people up. Look at their priests!!!
So religion is the real culprit! I knew it!
This is so true. Why is it that they see this unnatural repression of one's sexual desire as "moral." Remember, no masturabation either that way the pressure is maximized! Don't forget that even a sexual thought is a sin that will damn you to hell! Despite the fact that mainstream American culture rejects these morals in day to day life, these teachings are still in the backs of peoples minds. These teachings give people a distored world view when relating to sex.

I had a job once where I had to conduct an interview along with the company HR manager. The HR manager asked the person "How do you handle working with people who you may not get along with?" The guy said, "No problem there, I'm really good at bottling up my anger!" Needless to say, he wasn't hired. Sexual desires aren't ment to be bottled up and fought against either.

Why can't people understand that sex is natural and that someone's sexual fantasies don't necessairly reflect real life intentions.

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