Bytes wrote:Porn is showing sex, if it doesn't sexualise the focus then what would be the point? You are aware of the point of porn, yes? The point of porn should be to sexualise your desired gender in a way that you find sexually stimulating.
Sexualise doesn't neccessarily mean demean. (Awful sentence to read)
Thanks to sinewav for pointing out I didn't say "sexualize", I said "sexist".
Riddle me this: Why do you almost always see a woman on her knees with the man standing, but almost never see a man on his knees with a woman standing? And before you say "That's not possible", I've done it, and my wife appreciated it.
Here's another. As a cross dresser with a strong dominant streak that really comes out during sex, I find it offensive that men wearing women's clothes in porn are always portrayed as submissive
. Why do you think that is?
Oh right, because porn is sexist. Women are submissive and men are dominant.
Likewise, the so-called femme-friendly porn is based entirely on stereotypes. Nobody ever bothers to ask women what they really want to see, they just make movies that play up to the stereotypical women. Well I've got news for you. The stereotype is *not* the reality. Science confirms that women are just as interested in casual hook-ups as men. As a demographic, they just don't feel like most men can deal with their needs, while as a demographic, most women can deal with any man's sexual needs. The most common feeling for a woman after a casual hookup? Unsatisfied. And the femme-friendly porn tries to portray everything as "in love" or "a deep connection". I was with a woman who was blindfolded (as was I) from the get-go that I had just met tell me she had two orgasms. The stereotype isn't reality. And that's why the femme-friendly porn sucks. It's not femme-friendly. It plays to the sexist stereotype of a woman, and that's why it offends.
Maybe you'd know this if you actually could satisfy a woman....