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“It’s Grossly Inaccurate Pairing Most XXX Producers with Child Pornography,” Wankus Responds

Reacting to an earlier post [www.adultfyi.com/read.php?ID=30868], RudeTV host, Wankus, offered some alternative thoughts for Dr. Janice Crouse, spokesperson for WRAP (White Ribbon Against Pornography) on Townhall.com:

Wankus wrote: As far as I understand, the Supreme Court’s stance on “obscenity” isn’t exactly as portrayed here. Not all pornographic material or entertainment falls in that category. Obscenity was described by the court as “a shameful or morbid interest in nudity, sex, or excretion.” The decision on what material fits into those labels is based on individual community standards. The Supreme Court on obscenity: “to the average person, applying contemporary community standards, the dominant theme of the material taken as a whole appeals to prurient interest.” I’m not a lawyer but it seems pretty clear to me.

And if obscenity is judged as I understand it, how can you really critique a regular adult film and categorize it as obscene? Without a doubt a few adult companies operate on the line, and there are some who cross it. But they don’t represent the majority. So aside from the few that don’t fit into the average community standards, be very careful when you want to lump sexual acts you may find offensive into one big smut pool because you will then be moving these guidelines and standards outside of the adult community as well and begin influencing Hollywood movies, Broadway, high end Art and the Music business. And once we take this whole thing to that level, we have definitely violated our constitution.

I don’t appreciate the fighting of your cause with scare tactics and blanketed statements when your real attack should consist of unbiased research, followed by education to our youth or interested peers while letting humans be humans, who are allowed to make their own decisions.

Claiming one specific form of entertainment is damaging and horribly addictive, weighed against so many other influential, violent and dangerous mediums is also unfair. People by nature have addictive personalities. As individuals, it is OUR responsibility to recognize our inherent personal issues and stop making excuses while doing something about it.

Back to the piece, Dr. Crouse made a common pairing that is grossly slanderous and inaccurate when she associated XXX biz content producers and distributors, with the outrageously disgusting filthy few who create child pornography. The actual porn community, people who work in the brackets of the laws and guidelines of our trade, are adults, who employ adults and distribute to adult audiences.

As a producer/director in the adult entertainment business, I take offense to the implications, and so does the majority of adult producers who work in “Porn Valley”, as they have the same distaste for this material. So much, our industry actually has formed credible agencies and organizations that specifically target, seek and destroy as many kiddie porn providers.

One of note is the ASACP (www.asacp.org), who not only works to shut down sites and child porn producers, they work closely with the FBI and have been instrumental in the detection, elimination and often the arrest of such human scum.

This article was also quick to point out the annual pornography profit estimates. And while these numbers were presented generically as a tool to make the public think we’re all getting rich, the sad fact is that $5 billion annually, represents the gross profits of thousands of companies, individuals and mediums, where only a select few are really bringing in the big dollars. Further, like the rest of the country, this industry is in a very trying financial state.

And looking at the $5 billion dollar point in another light, take note of our national debt. Isn’t approx 35% (+) of $5 billion a pretty nice tax contribution to the USA?

Thank you for allowing my comments. Please note, the majority of career people in the adult entertainment business obey the law, pay their taxes and raise families too.

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