Tuesday, February 17, 2015

Watching Nymphet Porn is Legal in New York: Not So Fast New Yorkers!



We wrote in the previous post that the documentary Are All Men Pedophiles? (2013) shared that studies have shown that teen sex is the most searched for type of pornography on the Internet and that child pornography is a $3 billion industry. 

What we learned indirectly from the controversial documentary is that viewing child pornography is legal in the state of New York (i.e., one can view but not download\save child pornography).

Not so fast New Yorkers! Firstly, we don't condone watching pornography. We advise hebephiles\ephebophiles to marry nymphets a la Elvis, Steven Bauer, and Doug Hutchison to name a few.

Secondly, Gawker reported that "The ruling was the result of an appeal filed by lawyers for Professor James D. Kent of Marist College in Poughkeepsie." However, the professor still went to jail for having a folder on his computer that "...contained approximately 13,000 images of what the prosecution estimated to be 8 or 9-year-old girls clad in lingerie and bathing suits."

And Are All Men Pedophiles? (2013) related that two Pennsylvanian teens who posted pictures of themselves in pajama bottoms and bra tops were charged with possessing child pornography and distributing of child pornography. 

We don't condone the professor's actions, unless he really was "...doing [a] massive research project that links a certain type of person in America with pedophilia." And we don't condone the teens' activity. But how can Vogue get away with printing and selling topless pictures of 10-year-old Thylane Blondeau? That's because, like the documentary related, there are usually exceptions made with nymphet pornography when it comes to high-end fashion, high-brow art\photography, and mainstream and even arthouse movies. 

And what about this sensuous Prada women's wear advertisement that features a 13-year-old model.